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Ideas para un proyecto con tabletas. El reciente auge de las tabletas en nuestra sociedad sugiere plantearse el aprovechamiento de sus prestaciones en el ámbito educativo.

Ideas para un proyecto con tabletas

Al afrontar la incorporación de estos dispositivos al aula es necesario reflexionar sobre múltiples aspectos de lo que puede suponer poner en marcha esta iniciativa. No sólo porque ello condiciona su éxito o fracaso sino porque permite evitar el currículum oculto haciendo explícitos y por tanto discutibles todos y cada uno de los criterios de decisión. Es una buena forma de reducir la excesiva influencia de modas, tecnofilias docentes o intereses comerciales ajenos al ámbito educativo. 6 Time-Saving Writing Apps For Students. For anyone who has ever had to write a paper, you know that getting the ideas down when they come to you is important. And for those of us who are (ahem) procrastinators (*looks away innocently*) getting the ideas down and the writing done when you’re inspired is key.

For those of us who were educated in the dark ages before smartphones and tablets, if you wanted to write on the go you were pretty much out of luck. Now, there are a host of options for organizing your writing and writing on the go with different apps and web tools. Take a look at some of the various writing apps for students below: Chronicle and Chapters. Apple - Holiday - TV Ad - Misunderstood. El uso del móvil para el aprendizaje. The Unique Affordances of Mobile Learning. 20 Eye-Opening Stats You Probably Didn't Know About Mobile Learning. Five-Minute Film Festival: Mobile Learning. As technology evolves, it's important to make time for fresh beginnings and innovative ideas.

Five-Minute Film Festival: Mobile Learning

For some, this could include a new perspective on the devices that are becoming so ubiquitous in our lives -- mobile gadgets like smartphones, tablets, mp3 players, and eReaders. Schools around the country are struggling with how to deal with these gadgets: is it better to embrace them and incorporate them into the learning process? Ban them and try to keep them out of schools?

Or something in between? In the playlist below, I've gathered some videos about educators and schools who are welcoming the sea change that is mobile learning. 10 Benefits of EPUBs for Mobile Learning. The Mobile Learning Revolution: 101 Top Resources. ¿Sirven realmente las tablets en el aprendizaje?Think Big. The Time to Mobilize Learning is Now: ASTD Houston Keynote Presentation [Slides. My name is RJ Jacquez, Mobile Learning Analyst and Consultant, helping companies understand the potential of Mobile and make a successful transition from eLearning to mLearning in their organizations.

The Time to Mobilize Learning is Now: ASTD Houston Keynote Presentation [Slides

Also a Mobile Learning Evangelist, Podcasting and Blogging the Mobile Learning Revolution as it happens. Before that, I worked for Adobe Systems and Macromedia as a Senior Evangelist. I'm honored to be among great company in the following lists and articles: 1) mLearning’s game changers: Who’s on your dream team? 8 Limitations When Designing For Mobile.

So you have a website designed for standard desktop computers, but you obviously want to keep up with times and make your site mobile-friendly too.

8 Limitations When Designing For Mobile

However, it isn’t just a matter of scaling down your design – it’s a new platform with a new set of interaction patterns and limitations. In this article we’ll explore seven eight UI limitations to be aware of when going from desktop to mobile web. Typography in Mobile Design: Important Aspects and Examples. What makes mobile typography special is the restrictive nature of mobile screens; they are small and used in brightly lit areas so that it is difficult to see anything.

Typography in Mobile Design: Important Aspects and Examples

Therefore, when it comes to typography for mobile devices you have to be very careful about how you go about it. Most people would agree that there are three big components that help making mobile typography great: size, contrast and spacing. Readability Readability is defined as the amount of effort a user has to put in, in order to read and understand text. M-Learning’s dirty little secrets. I have a confession to make.

M-Learning’s dirty little secrets

At my workplace a little while ago, I created a smartphone-friendly version of our online induction course. Ownership of smartphones is relatively common in this corner of the world, and a large proportion of our new recruits are Gen Y. So conventional wisdom dictated that a mobile version of the course would be a smash hit. It tanked. But my confession is not that it tanked. You see, when you have been in the e-learning game for as long as I have, you learn a few things that a surprising number of my peers in the broader L&D industry don’t know – or perhaps don’t want to know! 6 Higher Education Institutions Leading the way with Mobile Learning Apps.

As the high-tech world evolves from dial-up access to lightning-fast smartphones, students benefit from a more mobile classroom.

6 Higher Education Institutions Leading the way with Mobile Learning Apps

But as anyone with a smartphone or tablet already knows, no two apps are alike. Some universities offer fully functional online classrooms in their mobile apps, while others only offer a directory and map. 20 Eye-Opening Stats You Probably Didn’t Know About Mobile Learning. Advanced Distributed Learning. The ADL Initiative produces research-based reports, technical specifications, how-to guides, software prototypes, and policy guidance.

Advanced Distributed Learning

In most cases, these resources are provided to DoD and Federal government organizations under permissive government licenses. In many cases, these resources are also available to the general public under open-source licenses. Technical Reports As a DoD research organization, the ADL Initiative publishes all technical reports to the Defense Technical Information Center. Additionally, you can search or explore these documents on our Publications repository, or click the links below for some of our most popular reports: Teaching Tool Matrix - A Guide for Administrators. M-learning. The convergence of mobile and social learning. I used to view mobile and social learning separately: social learning as ‘the semi formal layers of learning that surround the formal‘ and mobile learning as primarily technology, but my mindset has changed.

The convergence of mobile and social learning

Increasingly they form, for me, part of the same story: parts of a learning journey that stretches from the first contact with the learner right through to the footsteps that they take back into their everyday work. In ‘Mindset for Mobile Learning‘, i argued that mobile is about more than technology, that it’s about a mindset to how we approach and develop learning within organisations. I argued that, within the Darwinian marketplace of mobile Apps and devices, only the strong would survive, and that ‘strong‘, in this environment, means that which is aligned to native behaviours and desires. Materials that can compete: timely, time efficient, relevant, high quality, practical, immediate. 44 Smart Ways to Use Smartphones in Class (Part 1) - Getting Smart by @JohnHardison1 -

This week an online article grabbed my attention.

44 Smart Ways to Use Smartphones in Class (Part 1) - Getting Smart by @JohnHardison1 -

Its title read “94 Percent of High School Students Using Cellphones in Class.” I immediately scoped out the heading and thought to myself, “Finally, teachers are beginning to embrace the powerful little gadgets.” However, it did not take me long to realize the researched article took quite a different slant. One quotation in particular caused serious professional introspection on my behalf. The article quotes the researchers as stating, “‘The potential damage stemming from heightened cell phone use during class casts a pall on the entire educational system, on the school atmosphere, on the educational achievements of the class, on the pupil’s own learning experience and on the teacher’s burnout having to cope with discipline problems in class.’” El aprendizaje móvil se abre camino en América Latina. El uso de celulares en la educación es una tendencia creciente, pero aún hay desafíos para hacerlo sostenible, explica Paula Leighton.

14 Crucial Tips for Mobile Learning Design - Tips for Educators: Online, Blended, and Mobile Learning. Recursos educativos abiertos en la era móvil: Compatibilidad de repositorios de contenidos para dispositivos móviles y tendencias futuras. 12 Most Useful Ways Kids Can Learn With Cell Phones. iWebKit: The free iPhone webapp and website framework.SnippetSpace. iWebKit is a file package designed to help you create your own iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad compatible website or webapp. The kit is accessible to anyone even people with little html knowledge and is simple to understand thanks to the included user guide.

In a couple of minutes you will have created a professional looking mobile website. iWebKit is the framework of choice because it is very easy to use, loads extremely fast, is compatible with all devices & extendable. It is simple html that anyone can edit contrary to some other solutions that use a lot of javascript & Ajax. Simplicity is the key! What is new in V5.04 Commercial License When to buy one? Designing Mobile Performance Support Apps - @elearningcoach. I'm sitting in a Mobile Learning session with one of my favourite people and authors - Connie Malamed, so forgive me for being extremely nice with my write up if that's what happens by the end of this talk. Connie's had a journey learning about apps on Mobile. She wanted to create a performance support app for instructional designers.

It's called Instructional Design Guru. You should check it out. In today's talk she's going to tell us how you can walk through the design experience before you hand it over to a programmer. When designing for mobile it's important to think of the context. Mobile Learning - 7 Interesting Patterns. Over the last two DevLearn conferences, the big buzz has been around Mobile Learning.

While the thinking around this was far more mature this time around, a lot of the initial conversations still seemed to be around porting existing elearning courses onto mobile devices. Of course, the presence of pioneers such as Neil Lasher, Judy Brown, Ellen Wagner and others has helped clear the air around mobile learning a bit. Ten Tips for Designing Mobile Learning Content by Gerry Griffin.

“The responsibility for deciding how, when, and what someone learns, is shifting from learning providers to the learners themselves. This all-of-the-time availability of information is crucial to empower and motivate users as to when, where, and how they “consume” their learning. More motivated learners will hopefully give us higher levels of use, retention, and actual application of the learning — our learning goal.” It’s easy to get hung up about technology with mobile learning, but the real market driver is content.

You can’t re-heat just any old content and drop it onto a mobile. Content needs to be fit for purpose to deliver a return on investment by improving productivity and content retention, increasing compliance, or reducing risk. 1. Tools for Mobile Learning. mLearning in Practice. Like all of our online courses, ‘mLearning in Practice’ is offered 100% online in Moodle. It is fully tutor supported , with one tutor for every 10 participants, and two tutors for courses with 11 to 15 participants. 15 is the maximum group size. This means that you get a lot of personalised support, and are in constant contact with your tutor and course colleagues. For this course, we will also be offering the content for mobile applications such as iPhones, the iPad, etc., through dedicated Moodle apps such as mTouch. mLearning in Practice’ consists of a total of 30 hours work, and runs over six weeks.

You are expected to spend about 5 hours per week on online individual, pair and collaborative group work, including offline reading and reflection. Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0. [THEMATIC_CONSISTENCY] Ensure that content provided by accessing a URI yields a thematically coherent experience when accessed from different devices. [CAPABILITIES] Exploit device capabilities to provide an enhanced user experience. [DEFICIENCIES] Take reasonable steps to work around deficient implementations. Mobile Learning Handbook. Mobile Learning EOI. Android, una apuesta por el conocimiento abierto. Lara, Tíscar.

The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet. Two decades after its birth, the World Wide Web is in decline, as simpler, sleeker services — think apps — are less about the searching and more about the getting. Chris Anderson explains how this new paradigm reflects the inevitable course of capitalism. And Michael Wolff explains why the new breed of media titan is forsaking the Web for more promising (and profitable) pastures.

Who’s to Blame: Us. RA. Sobre la prohibición del uso de teléfonos móviles en escuelas e institutos. Ya se han publicado en Educa con TIC varios artículos con ejemplos de propuestas y experiencias educativas realizadas en escuelas e institutos utilizando dispositivos móviles, y son muchas más las que podemos encontrar por la red. Sin embargo, el profesorado que desea incorporar la utilización de dispositivos móviles en clase se encuentra con un impedimento: la normativa al respecto establecida en el Reglamento de Régimen Interno de los centros educativos, o incluso la establecida por las Consejerías de Educación de algunas Comunidades Autónomas.

Student-Community Collaboration to Construct Mobile Learning Games (EDUCAUSE Quarterly. Key Takeaways. Inicio - Dropbox.

Mobile content

MERLOT Mobile Learning Portal. QR codes. QR Codes In Education. QR Codes in the Classroom. Mobile ESL: QR Codes in the ESL Classroom. Over the last few weeks I've been training a group of Korean teachers here in the UK as part of a development programme organised by their Ministry of Education. As it's been recently announced that Korean schools will be completely digital by the year 2015 and all textbooks will be replaced by tablets or laptops, I've been exposing them to a variety of different technologies and web 2.0 tools to help them see how they might apply them in their own classroom context.

Among the tools we've used are Posterous Groups as a way for them to share pictures and experiences; Google Docs as a way of sharing materials and handouts; we've also discussed the value of digital storytelling via various web 2.0 tools and they all created a Voicethread in one of the sessions. In the classroom I've been actively encouraging them to use their mobile devices, either smartphones, tablets or laptops as a means of checking words or as a way of finding information out about the topic we're discussing.

Mobile apps

Android edapps. Designing a Mobile App? Don't Make These 10 Mistakes. GoClass, aplicación para que los profesores den lecciones en iPads. How To Develop Your Own Mobile Learning Tools. En discusión - Móviles en la educación: De la oportunidad a la realidad. Mobile Moodle FAQ. Proposal for Supporting Mobile Themes and Browser Detection. Mobile. The 1-minute guide to the mobile classroom. Moodbile. Rapid Intake Webinars - Watch Recordings. The Ultimate Teacher's Guide To Creating Educational Apps. Google te ayuda a crear tu sitio web para dispositivos móviles.

Mobile Learning - 158 Resources. Rapid Intake Webinars - Watch Recordings. It’s Not eLearning On A Phone. 20+ Fun Free Apps that Promote Student Centered Learning & Literacy. iLearning: el mobile learning en la palma de tu mano. Is Mobile Learning a Viable Option for the Future of Education? UC mobile,Mobile Browser-The fastest free mobile browser. APLICACIONES EDUCATIVAS MÓVILES. mLearning 3.0. Mobile Learning: tomografía de una tendencia en expansión. » mLearning Thoughts: 3 Mobile Learning Examples You Might Have Missed.

Sample Mobile Learning. Mobile Learning Design. 16 Mobile & Social Learning - Página 1 de 4. Top 20 Uses for Mobile Learning - Elearning. The Seven Myths of Mobile Learning. The Truth About Tablets: Educators are getting iPads and ereaders into students’ hands—but it’s not easy.