The New Landscape of Mobile Learning: Redesigning Education in an App-Based World

The New Landscape of Mobile Learning: Redesigning Education in an App-Based World

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415539234
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/07/2014
Pages: 374
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Charles Miller is an Associate Professor of Interaction Design in Learning Technologies and Co-Director of the Learning Technologies Media Lab at the University of Minnesota, USA.

Aaron Doering is an Associate Professor in Learning Technologies and Co-Director of the Learning Technologies Media lab at the University of Minnesota, USA.

Table of Contents

Foreword
The failure of education’s first mobile device
Dr. Michael Searson

Preface

Section 1: The emerging role of mobile learning

Chapter 1 - Considering the potential of connected mobile learning
James Mundie and Dr. Simon Hooper

Chapter 2 - Paradigms of use, learning theory, and app design
Dr. Vanessa P. Dennen and Shuang Hao

Chapter 3 - Rich remote learning and cognition: Analog methods as models for newer technology
Dr. Brad Hokanson

Chapter 4 - The logic of the And: The nature of collaboration
Bobby George and June George

Chapter 5 - “Apping” its way into the future?: K12 English education
Dr. Cassandra Scharber

Section 2: Mobile Learning Design Guidelines and Frameworks

Chapter 6 - Seven design considerations for mobile learning applications
Lucas Lecheler and Bradford Hosack

Chapter 7 - The future of mobile media for learning
Dr. Seann M. Dikkers

Chapter 8 - A framework for mobile learning app design: DCALE
Donggil Song

Section 3: Mobile Learning Design and Development Narratives

Chapter 9 - Playing with Gravity: On Designing for Children
Bobby George and June George

Chapter 10 - HotSeat: Learning and designing on the move
Nathan Edwards and Jason Nyquist

Chapter 11 - The conceptualization, design, and development of a K-12 adventure learning App
Jeni Henrickson

Section 4: Mobile Learning Integration, Research, and Evaluation

Chapter 12 - Delineation of evaluation criteria for educational apps in STEM education
Dr. Brad McLain

Chapter 13 - Accessibility evaluation of iOS Apps for education
Kari Kumar and Dr. Ron Owston

Chapter 14 - Mobile data tools for teachers: A design-based research pilot study
Suzanne Rhodes

Chapter 15 - iPad-Didactics – Didactical designs for iPad-classrooms: Experiences from Danish schools and a Swedish university
Dr. Isa Jahnke and Dr. Swapna Kumar

Chapter 16 - Going mobile in science teacher education
Dr. Evrim Baran and Dr. Samia Khan

Chapter 17 - Librarian technology leadership in the adoption of iPads in a high school
Renada Geurtz and Carolyn Foote

Chapter 18 - iTeach and iLearn with iPads in secondary English language arts
Gregory Russell and Dr. Joan Hughes

Chapter 19 - Teacher resiliency (problem solving) and handheld computing
Dr. Rita Hagevik, Dr. Irina Falls, and Heather Higgins Lynn

Chapter 20 - iPad-Enabled experiments in an undergraduate physics laboratory
Dr. Roberto Ramos and Dr. Christopher Devers

Section 5: The Future of Mobile Learning

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