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  1. The world in our hands: enhancing the power of mobile emerging technologies to transform learning Dr. Mar Camacho Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain) Colloque international Mobile Education &Mediation Université de Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle | Paris, 5th-6th December 2013
  2. emerging technologies …Are reshaping the nature of education …Hold great potential for increasing the access to information as well as promoting learning. …Are transforming classrooms into more engaging, collaborative and productive learning environments in which instructions can be customized to student’s specific needs, interests and learning styles…
  3. emerging technologies more personal – networked - fun more interactive – spontaneousshorter in duration - to the point - for instant use- engaging users to contribute and share …
  4. At the time that a distinct learning culture emerges, in which learners take mobility and context-awareness as departing point and become more visible as innovators, creators and producers they develop new skills, attributes and literacies enabled by mobile devices that offer them further possibilities to extend their learning and link the use of social media to their own context and interests. (Kukulska-Hume, 2010)
  5. Digital natives, but digitally competent?
  6. More self directed, less top-down Better arrayed to capture new information inputs More reliant on feedback and response More inclined to collaboration More open to cross discipline insights and creating their own “tagged” taxonomies More oriented towards people being their own individual nodes of production Pew Internet Project, 2012
  7. … y diferentes formas de comunicación
  8. The NMC Horizon Report: 2011
  9. m-learning phases focus on devices 90s focus on learning outside the classroom focus on the mobility of the learner
  10. … is not just the miniaturization and convenience of portable computing, but is transforming how we conceptualize and interact with computing and our environment, communicate, and create and manipulate information (Cheney, 2010; Pachler, Bachmair, & Cook, 2010). … is about ubiquitous social connectivity, instant information access, and enhancing how we view the world through digital augmentation (Cook, 2010). … is empowering for learners, who can become content and context generators within authentic learning environments (Herrington & Herrington, 2006, 2007) rather than simply consumers of transmitted content in classrooms.
  11. Source: @jokay
  12. emerging technologies to watch … Within the next12 months
  13. #mobile apps Defined as the fastest growing dimension of the mobile space in higher education right now, with impacts on virtually every aspect of informal life,and increasingly, every discipline in the university.
  14. Top apps functions • Games • News/weather • Maps • Social networking • Music • Entertainment/food • Banking • Sports • Shopping • Movies Info updates Communication Learn about interests Destinations Work tasks Purchases Extra info about event Health
  15. The relevance of Mobile Apps for teaching, learning and creative inquiry in Higher Education becomes evident when designing project-based workshops, geo-localization activities or using storytelling techniques to explore place and community.
  16. #tablet computing Higher Education institutions are seeing them not just as an affordable solution for one-to-one learning, but also as a feature-rich tool for field and lab work, often times replacing far more expensive and cumbersome devices and equipment.
  17. #m-URV
  18. • To design and pilot test the mobile phone supporting functions to enhance teacher development • To develop short training courses and workshops, supporting resources, and interactive functions that are appropriate for the commonly used mobile phone in the local context. • To explore the institutionalization mechanism to provide sustainable content development
  19. Actions: • Content creation w/ mobile devices • Empower pre-service teacher’s with training regarding the use of mobile devices for T and L (UNESCO, 2012) • Create training courses addressed to teachers on the pedagogical use of mobile devices.
  20. #m-activities
  21. #geolocalization #AR & QR #show & tell w/ a cell #mstorytelling #scavenger hunts #podcasting
  23. #challenges oEconomic pressures and new models of education are bringing unprecedented competition to the traditional models of higher education. oDigital (and mobile) media literacy continues its rise in importance as a key skill in every discipline and profession. o3. Institutional barriers present formidable challenges to moving forward in a constructive way with
  24. #questions oHow will institutions respond to students bringing in their own mobile multimedia communications devices? BYOD oHow can institutions manage the tension between informal networked learning and formal institutional learning? oWhat types of mobile learning are appropriate and cost-effective for colleges, universities and the workplace?
  25. … and some #conclusions 1.- There is the need to envision the transformation of teaching and learning for 21st-century skills and citizenship, including emerging mobile technologies. 2.- There is a growing emphasis in higher education on non-traditional learning models, which is further fueled by the integration of mobile and emerging technologies. 3.- Education paradigms are shifting to include mobile learning, at the time that there is new emphasis in the classroom on more challenge-based and active learning.
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Notas do Editor

  1. According to the 2012 Pew Internet Report, students are more self- directed, better arrayed to capture new information inputs, more reliant on feedback and response, more inclined to collaboration, more open to cross discipline insights and creating their own “tagged” taxonomies and more oriented towards people being their own individual nodes of production.
  2. Para intentar dar respuesta y adelantarse a las necesidades futuras, EDUCAUSE, org no gubernamental dedicada a la educación superior publica cada año un informe en el que establece las tendencias uqe van a tener un impacto en la educaci´n de los años futuros…….
  3. THE IMAGE CONTAINS A LINK TO A VIDEO: The NMC Horizon Report > 2012 Higher Education Edition is a collaborative effort between the NMC and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), an EDUCAUSE Program. This ninth edition describes annual findings from the NMC Horizon Project, a decade-long research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in higher education. Six emerging technologies are identified across three adoption horizons over the next one to five years, as well as key trends and challenges expected to continue over the same period, giving campus leaders and practitioners a valuable guide for strategic technology planning.
  4. VIDEO!!!