While it can be exciting that there are so many apps and websites for learning content, it can also be daunting and overwhelming to busy teachers.Fortunately there has been a wave of new websites that help teachers locate apps to meet their curricular needs. Two of them include CommonSenseMedia has […]
The connection to the classroom learning goals or curriculum is vital.Just because an app looks fun or is immediately engaging, does not mean that it will meet the needs of the teacher’s classroom learning goals.
- Does the app or website provide opportunities to directly meet your learning goals?Is it indirect? […]
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Multi-device World Is Evolving It’s no secret that we live in a multi-device world. Google was one of the first to talk about this in its 2012 report titled ‘The Multi Screen World’. However, since the publishing of the Google report, the world has changed quite a bit. Let’s […]
1. The Google Report suggested that device choice depends on context (Google 2012).
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6 Reasons Why Responsive Design Makes sense as the Future of #eLearning and #mLearning http://t.co/14qp7Oi0Bc — RJ Jacquez (@rjacquez) March 5, 2015
OMD research: viewers switch devices regularly while the TV is on (Image credit: Nathan Daniels) How many devices do you own? For me, the answer is a […]
So How Should We Design Mobile Learning?
When you consider the new multi-device, multi-screen world we live in and the idea that we no longer get to control which devices learners want to use to access our learning, the answer to this question becomes quite obvious. We need to design learning that is intelligent, flexible and fluid to work everywhere and on any device, content that is device-agnostic if you will.
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