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Rethinking mlearning and the Promise of Flying Cars ConfabEdu 2014

Mobile technology’s innovation and growth have outpaced and outgrown our current teaching ideals and delivery methodologies at all levels of education. We are entering into a perfect storm for m-learning. Instead of top-down transmitting models, we could engage learners with collaborative models that are already in place via text messaging and crowdsourcing available via social networks. We could encourage anywhere, anytime learning through instant access to information and more satisfying inquiry for teachers and learners.

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Rethinking mlearning and the Promise of Flying Cars ConfabEdu 2014

  1. 1. Rethinking Mobile Learning and the Promise of Flying Cars Andrew Smyk ConfabEDU Edition 2014 @andrewsmyk
  2. 2. @andrewsmyk
  3. 3. "It will soon be possible to transmit wireless messages around the world so simply that any individual can carry and operate his own apparatus." Nikola Tesla New York Times, October 1909. @andrewsmyk
  4. 4. Calvin & Hobbes 30 December 1989 @andrewsmyk
  5. 5. This is the only flying car my kids know.
  6. 6. But they know mobile.
  7. 7. Mobile Learning (mLearning) who what where when @andrewsmyk
  8. 8. Mobile Learning (mLearning) who what where when student content anywhere any time @andrewsmyk
  9. 9. Educational Technology ? How are we using it @andrewsmyk
  10. 10. Credit: Gregor Kennedy - University of Melbourne Management and Administration of Teaching and Learning Interactive Learning, Teaching and Assessment Delivering Electronic Teaching Resources Research and Scholarly Inquiry @andrewsmyk
  11. 11. Credit: Gregor Kennedy - University of Melbourne Management and Administration of Teaching and Learning Interactive Learning, Teaching and Assessment Delivering Electronic Teaching Resources Research and Scholarly Inquiry @andrewsmyk ✔ ✔ ✔
  12. 12. Interactive Learning, Teaching and Assessment We need to improve on this! Credit: Gregor Kennedy - University of Melbourne @andrewsmyk
  13. 13. eLearning @andrewsmyk
  14. 14. mLearning @andrewsmyk
  15. 15. eDistribution @andrewsmyk
  16. 16. Where is my context-aware mobile learning, leveraging geolocation, social media, peer-to-peer personalization and multisensory experiences?
  17. 17. Selling a PDF as mLearning is like giving the learner a dead parrot.
  18. 18. Credit Tim Klapdor (@timklapdor): Innovation Technology Officer at Charles Sturt University @andrewsmyk
  19. 19. Credit Tim Klapdor (@timklapdor): Innovation Technology Officer at Charles Sturt University @andrewsmyk
  20. 20. Credit Tim Klapdor (@timklapdor): Innovation Technology Officer at Charles Sturt University @andrewsmyk
  21. 21. collaboration audio/video assessment distribution mobile? Is implementation organic?
  22. 22. Hoadley’s 3Laws of Education Technology @andrewsmyk
  23. 23. 1It’s not the technology. It’s what you do with it. @andrewsmyk
  24. 24. 2It’s not what the technology makes possible. It’s what technology makes easy. @andrewsmyk
  25. 25. 3Pay attention to the trends in learning, not in technology. @andrewsmyk
  26. 26. No simple export tools!!!! Limited mobile support? Java Update!!!!! Simplicity???? Print outs?
  27. 27. We are held back by our past.
  28. 28. Move past #EduTech flotsam and jetsam
  29. 29. What’s your strategy?
  30. 30. Instructional Designer Creative Technologist* Content Strategist Multimedia Specialist
  31. 31. Content Strategist Instructional Designer Multimedia Specialist Creative Technologist* *Someone who won’t take any guff.
  32. 32. Stop being risk averse.
  33. 33. Let’s explore
  34. 34. Off the shelf solutions
  35. 35. sentry
  36. 36. Major Gen. Sir Isaac Brock
  37. 37. Major Gen. Sir Isaac Brock
  38. 38. Mobile has become the students first choice for internet access - NMC Horizons Technologies Report 2011
  39. 39. Learning activities need to be accessed on a variety of devices and platforms.
  40. 40. Learning activities WILL be accessed on a variety of devices and platforms.
  41. 41. Be backwards compatible
  42. 42. Be backwards compatible <html> <head></head> <body> <p>Due Dates</p> <p>Oct 11th, 2013</p> <p>Nov 7th, 2013</p> <p>Nov 21st, 2013</p> <p>Dec 3rd, 2013</p> </body> </html>
  43. 43. Blobs vs. Chunks
  44. 44. Create new experiences for learners.
  45. 45. There are great opportunities to engage learners with mlearning.
  46. 46. Build simple and engaging experiences
  47. 47. Tin Can API
  48. 48. We will need to change how and what we teach.
  49. 49. Because we won’t know where, when or how students will want to learn.
  50. 50. • Social • Contextual • Spatial
  51. 51. Pivot, Snack, Bursts
  52. 52. Not tethered to the desktop.
  53. 53. How do I turn in my homework?
  54. 54. Spend a week accessing content on mobile
  55. 55. Let’s collaborate!
  56. 56. Questions?
  57. 57. Let’s continue the conversation!
  58. 58. On Twitter: @andrewsmyk #mlearning #confabedu

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