Learning to Teach Using ICT in the Secondary School

Mobile learning: Strategies for planning and implementing learning with mobile devices in secondary school contexts.

Bereits vor einigen Monaten erschienen ist ein Artikel von mir, Norbert, Pachler, Ben Bachmair und Beat Döbeli-Honegger zur Implementierung von Mobilem Lernen in den Schulunterricht. Details zum Lehrbuch, das sich an Lehrkräfte an weiterführenden Schulen richtet, sind verfügbar unter http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415516525/

As the history of mobile learning, which extends to more than a decade by now, has taught us, banning digital mobile devices such as mobile phones, tablets, mp3 player etc. from classrooms and school yards is not the only option to deal with these new technologies in school contexts. In fact, in order to make use of the potentials inherent in the use of technologies which originate in learners’ everyday lifeworlds and that are originally designed for entertainment, communication and networking, it is necessary to scrutinise opportunities and the learning experience that the use of mobile technologies offer to learners. In this chapter we critically discuss both aspects and aim to build a bridge between learners’ media use in everyday life and school learning with mobile devices.

Seipold, Judith; Pachler, Norbert; Bachmair, Ben; Döbeli-Honegger, Beat (2014): Mobile learning: Strategies for planning and implementing learning with mobile devices in secondary school contexts. In: Leask, Marilyn; Pachler, Norbert (eds.): Learning to teach using ICT in the Secondary School. A companion to school experience. 3rd edition, London: Routledge, pp. 185-204. ISBN: 978-0-415-51652-5.

MoLeaP Poster auf der DGfE Medien-Tagung in Innsbruck

Klaus Rummler und ich haben für die Frühjahrstagung der DGfE Sektion Medienpädagogik (Medien – Wissen – Bildung: Freie Bildungsmedien und Digitale Archive), die am 11. und 12. April 2013 in Innsbruck stattfand, ein Poster zur MoLeaP – Mobile Learning Projektdatenbank eingereicht. Das Abstract dazu ist weiter unten sowie im Programmheft der Tagung einsehbar, das Poster kann ebenfalls am Ende dieses Posts sowie über die MoLeaP-Website aufgerufen werden.

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Designing Mobile Learning in School Contexts – Considerations and Examples for Practice

Today I uploaded the following text that I have written a couple of weeks ago already to our LMLG website (www.londonmobilelearning.net). The short piece is a result of my recent work on mobile learning. The pdf-file can be accessed here or as text-version below.

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Learning with mobile technologies.Teaching approaches and systematic change management issues.

On Wednesday, January 11th, 2012, Klaus Rummler (Uni Bremen), Luise Ludwig (Uni Mainz) and me (LMLG) held a small workshop at the BETT 2012 show at Olympia, London. This is the description of the workshop, contents (links to resources and presentations) can be found below.

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Providing continuity for learner centred learning with mobile phones in schools

The following article is a follow up of my presentation given at a Mobile Media Seminar at the University of Aarhus (DK) in March 2008.

Seipold, Judith (2008): Mobile learning at the interface between formal and informal learning. Harnessing mobile phones and their modes of representation for curricular learning. Seminar Mobile Media, 10. März 2008, Aarhus Universitet, Centre for IT & Learning, Aarhus.

The article was written in English (not the best English) and translated into Danish. The Danish language version was published in 2010.

Seipold, Judith (2010): Kan brugen af mobiletelefoner i undervisningen styrke elev-centrerede læreprocesser? (Englischer Titel: Providing continuity for learner centred learning with mobile phones in schools). In: Bang, Joergen; Dalsgaard, Christian (Red.): Læring & Medier (LOM), Nr. 5: Læring i videnssamfundet. Om vidensformidling, videnskonstruktion og vidensdeling. ISSN 1903-248X. Online.

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Interviews from OnlineEduca 2010

Last year, we attended the Online Educa in Berlin and met several interesting people who we interviewed for the “Radio Live at OEB” internet radio show, realised by Pontydysgu.
Doing this was a new experience and great fun. Hope to be involved in one of the shows sometime in the future again, e.g.  the one live from MLCB in Bremen.
The interviews listed below were done during the 2 days of OEB10. They are available on the Ponty website.

Day 1
On day 1 of OEB10, Graham Attwell and Eileen Lübcke did the floor-management, Jenny Hughes, Klaus Rummler and myself, Judith Seipold, made the interviews.
The about 40 min. stream from day 1 includes interviews with

  • Josie Fraser (digital literacies)
  • Larry Johnson (New Media Consortium and “Horizon Report”)
  • John Traxler (mobile learning)
  • Steve Wheeler (Web X and Web 3.0)
  • Tabea Schlimbach and Erik Wallin (G8WAY project)
  • Helen Keegan (guided digital identity development)

Day 2
The second day was even busier. Floor management by Jenny Hughes and Klaus Rummler, interviews by Judith Seipold, Klaus Rummler and Jenny Hughes. The second day brought us

  • Geoff Stead (Informal ethics)
  • Heike Philps (Video conferencing in classroom)
  • Fred de Vries (Audio augmented learning)
  • Jay Cross (Internet Time Alliance and current issues)
  • Linda Castaneda (Madhouse of ideas)
  • Andy Black (Innovation and implementation of mobile learning)
  • Ilona Buchem (E-portfolios)
  • Gráinne Conole & Jan Marković (Open Educational Ressources)
  • Karl Royle (Game-based learning)
  • Magda Balika (Teacher training)
  • Mor Seck (African Distance Learning Centre (AADLC))
  • Russell Stannard (Teacher training with video)

Off-the-show interviews and vox pops
After the live shows, we met several people and recorded the conversations and interviews. They were not aired during OEB10, but are available now on the Pontydysgu website.

  • Ilona Buchem and colleagues (E-portfolios in Germany)
  • Eileen Lübcke & Klaus Rummler (draufhaber.tv)
  • Russell Stannard (Teacher training videos)
  • Blackboard
  • Charles Sancondo (E-learning Africa)
  • Geoff Stead (Mobile learning applications)
  • Grainne Conole (Cloudworks and OER)
  • Sugata Mitra (Self-organized learning)
  • Sigi Jakob-Kühn (teachers and technology)
  • Inmaculada Arnedillo-Sánchez (Collaborative movie making) – first interview covered under the stream called “Sounds of the Bazaar at some exhibition stands”
  • … and some more …

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