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Mike Sharples - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
...the next Handheld Learning Conference. He doesn’t believe that extending schools into the home is the right approach as there is a risk of denying the very rich learning that is already happening out …
11 July, 2008
 
Derek Robertson - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
...results that made the devices and software deployed in this project a winning combination:Even for teachers approaching retirement:Part of the initiative in Aberdeenshire and the use of Nintendogs was …
23 March, 2008
 
Mobile Learning and the demise of the PDA (Articles/Latest)
...board. Or perhaps this is simply about control, teaching vs learning?Mobile communicators on the other hand approach connectivity differently. In addition to Wi-Fi capability, many devices come with m …
15 August, 2007
 
Creative Assessment with Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...ollow the rules rather than break them and come up with really exciting ideas. Project e-scape is a new approach to the assessment of creativity and design innovation at GCSE level where students …
17 March, 2007
 
Handhelds in Feltham - An Evaluation (Articles/Latest)
... 2005 and 2006 Y6 classes. PDAs for all or laptops for allThis study has demonstrated many advantages of an approach which supports ‘PDAs for all’, particularly in comparison with a ‘Laptops for all’ …
17 March, 2007
 
Handheld Learning 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...ce in America. Those in the U.K. are arriving to the handheld learning party fashionably late. However, the approach where government officials, technology companies, and educational agencies subscrib …
31 October, 2006
 
Adding value through podcasting (Articles/Latest)
...the podcast feed then the individual will automatically receive the file. This differs from the traditional approach of delivering audio files which involves the student locating the audio file on the …
03 March, 2006
 
MoLeNET (Web Links / Universities)
The Mobile Learning Network (MoLeNET) is a unique collaborative approach to encouraging, supporting, expanding and promoting mobile learning, primarily in the English Further Education sector, via sup …
09 July, 2007
 
 
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