Category Archives: mLearn Digest

The International Handbook of Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (2016), Agnieszka Palalas & Mohamed Ally (Eds.)

The International Handbook of Mobile-Assisted Language Learning is a practical resource book on mobile-assisted language learning (MALL) as well as many notions of mobile learning in general. This handbook is about a new understanding of teaching and learning – a perspective enriched by voices of educators from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds. It introduces mobile-assisted language learning, or… Read More »

The Neuroscience of Perseverance

Psychology Today @ https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201112/the-neuroscience-perseverance by Christopher Bergland Perseverance separates the winners from the losers in both sports and life. Are you someone who perseveres despite difficulties and setbacks, or do you tend to throw in the towel and call it quits when faced with a challenge or adversity? What makes some people able to keep pushing […] Dopamine is… Read More »

The Glass Room- Take more control over your data

See how your location is tracked through your phone, your wifi connections, the websites you visit, and the social media platforms and email providers you use. ENCRYPTION MATTERS Privacy is important to our everyday lives in ways we don’t always consider. See where you’re protected by privacy and […] Click here to view original web page at theglassroomnyc.org

Teaching is a design science, lets trust the teachers to do this.

My colleague Inge Ignatia de Waard @Ignatia Webs in her report on the Limitless Learning plenary on owning learning #OEB16 observed, based on the comments of the plenary speakers, that “Teaching is a design science” and we should trust teachers to do their job. At the same plenary Diana Laurillard, reminds us that the teacher is an indispensable part of… Read More »

The Course Resource Appraisal Modeller (CRAM)

The Course Resource Appraisal Modeller (CRAM) The CRAM tool enables you to model the teaching costs and learning benefits of any type of course, whether classroom-based, wholly online, or blended. It may be any length, and may run in any education or training sector. The tool is Java-based and […] Click here to view original web page at… Read More »

Stay safe online

Securing our online lives is a shared responsibility. Get involved this October and empower our global digital society to use the Internet safely and securely. Wedding planning has gone mobile. From this day forward, if you want to live happily ever after online, vow to follow these simple tips. […] STOP. THINK. CONNECT. asks TeleSign questions about their… Read More »

Mobile Phone Panel Surveys in Developing Countries : A Practical Guide for Microdata Collection

Household survey data are very useful for monitoring living conditions of citizens of any country. In developing countries, a lot of this data are collected through “traditional” face-to-face household surveys. Due to the remote and dispersed nature of many populations in developing countries, but also because of the complex nature of many survey questionnaires, collection of timely welfare… Read More »

Teno App – Changing The Way Schools In India Communicate With Parents

Mrs. Savarkar from Mumbai has never been more involved in her daughter Meera’s school activities ever before. Advertisement Likewise, Mrs. Agarwal from Gurgaon parent of Kirti Agarwal from Starex International School and Mrs. Murthy from Bangalore, parent of Lathika Murthy studying in an elite Bangalore school have gone out […] There is one thing common between the schools… Read More »

Why elearning can be the future of education: 15 effective EdTech tools for students

Find out how effective elearning can be for the current education system and learn about 15 helpful online tools to use for productive learning process. When you imagine a classroom, what do you see? It’s likely that you conjure up an image of students sitting in desks, looking at […] They can be accessed through corresponding mobile apps.… Read More »

John Traxler: The Future of Mobile Learning

When it comes to digital learning teachers no longer have control over what device their students are learning with. They bring their own device, their smartphone and their tablet computer. And this is a nothing but a revolution in higher education, says John Traxler of Wolverhampton University, one of the pioneers of mobile learning. So how do teachers… Read More »