Le Mobile Learning, accélérateur de la montée en compétences. L’usage du mobile dans la formation ne fait qu’accentuer l’inéluctable transformation digitale de la formation.
Le Mobile Learning au service du dispositif de formation Le Mobile Learning constitue une des composantes du dispositif de formation multimodale. Ce dernier, composé d’espaces d’apprentissage ciblés, de modalités et d’activités pédagogiques variées, est conçu en réponse à des enjeux stratégiques précis et prend en compte les caractéristiques de la cible et les conditions de réalisation (sur son lieu de travail ou chez soi, population nomade ou pas, éclatée ou non…). Les portails de formation donnent accès, renseignent et instrumentent les autres éléments du dispositif. Ils ouvrent un univers de formation dédié offrant du contenu et des services ciblés à une population d’apprenants spécifique. 4 Mobile Learning Myths. As mobile learning continues to receive attention and gain momentum as an effective tool for learning, as do the myths surrounding mobile learning.
Unfortunately, many people do not have an accurate understanding of what mobile learning is, exactly, and how businesses and educational institutions alike can benefit from it. Because the mobile learning domain is unchartered territory for a lot of people, this confusion is to be expected. However, the myths surrounding mobile learning may be holding it back from being adopted and used as widely as it could be. Today, it is our intention to uncover some of the most common myths surrounding mobile learning. In doing so, we hope to shed some new light on this concept and give people a better idea about what to expect when considering implementing mobile learning as a tool for their business or organization. Myth #1. Myth #2. Sure, people are far more likely to misplace or have their smartphone stolen than say, as desktop computer. Myth #3. 4 instructional design tips for better mobile learning. As you can easily imagine, with the fourth strategy the term “chunk” is no longer applicable.
We are not going to build anything with small pieces; it’s not a Lego game, it’s more like a 3D figure that spontaneously emerges by linking different points. We can’t predict how that will look, but we can be sure that it would be customized. Conclusion Now you, as a trainer, can choose one or more strategies to start creating learning contents for mobile delivery. There is no one perfect strategy – knowing the audience is an element that can guide you in selecting the right learning strategy/ies. If you want to start testing your methodology, try our mobile app in your next elearning project by adding a good mobile learning session! 12 Ways Teachers Can use Google Classroom. January 20, 2015 Google Classroom which is only six months old has managed to host over 30 million assignments turned in by teachers and students.
This is a big sign that the tool is being widely endorsed within the education community particularly in the States. With this increasing popularity of Google Classroom, Google recently released some new updates to enhance its performance and make it more mobile friendly. The major update is the release of Google Classroom apps for both iPad and Android . For those of you who are not familiar with google Classroom, here are some of the things you can do with this platform: Watch this video to learn more about Google Classroom. Formation innovante : BYOD, hybride, netware, cloud, deep learning.
Quelles sont les tendances innovantes en formation aujourd’hui ?
J’ai repris cinq éléments innovants que je pratique dans mes propres formations : le BYOD, la formation hybride, l’usage du netware et du cloud. Et enfin, mais peut-être surtout : une stratégie de deep learning (apprentissage profond) ! Formation et innovation : les six avantages du BYOD. Le BYOD – Bring Your Own Device – est une nouvelle tendance lourde du monde numérique.
La traduction de cette expression est « Apportez votre propre appareil ». Les apprenants viennent donc avec leur appareil familier pour apprendre. Dans l’article sur la formation innovante paru hier, je cite entre autres innovations, le BYOD. Cet acronyme constitue une nouvelle tendance lourde du monde numérique. Five Tips: Are You Ready to Deploy Mobile Learning? by Stephanie Ivec. “There’s a reason mLearning is the buzzword of the moment—it can be extremely powerful when you take the time to carefully plan and deploy it.
Get your mobile strategy ready now, so you’re prepared when it’s time to launch your first mLearning initiative.” It’s time to think deeply about mobile-learning strategy. After all, mLearning is the buzzword of the moment. A lot of discussion in the eLearning industry has focused on the importance of developing learning content for mobile. This includes factors like HTML5 and responsive web design. When choosing an authoring tool, you certainly want to be sure that it can help you develop great-looking eLearning that functions on a variety of devices—thank you, BYOD, for that particular prerequisite. But after you do all that, will you be ready to deploy mLearning? There’s another factor you need to consider—what tools are you going to use to deliver the mLearning you’ve been so carefully crafting and planning?
One concern about BYOD is security.