Personalized Learning Through Mobile Learning
Over the past few years, schools have begun to evaluate the efficacy of both mobile learning and social networking. While concepts have usually been evaluated separately, the advent of numerous mobile devices and new education based social networking tools has caused the ideas to become tightly interrelated. Presenter Shawn Gross shared an overview on how to incorporate the use of social networking and mobile devices into your curriculum in this month’s Mobile Learning Explorations webinar. He included sample lesson plans, best practices and case studies, as well as an overview of the newly formed Mobile Technology Learning Center at the University of San Diego. Watch the webinar to find out more about personalized mobile learning.
Quotes from the session:
“Great webinar. Thanks for the pointing us in right direction.”
“Thank you Shawn! What a valuable session!”
Sponsored by AT&T
Presented by Shawn Gross, Director of Technology and Innovation for the Mobile Technology Learning Center (MTLC) at the University of San Diego.
Shawn Gross is the Director of Technology and Innovation for the Mobile Technology Learning Center (MTLC) at the University of San Diego. In addition, Mr. Gross is also the Managing Director for Digital Millennial Consulting. Gross has developed a unique and comprehensive understanding of Mobile Learning through its anchor initiative named, “Project K-Nect.” The Project has been recognized as a national model of excellence in K-12 mobile learning. Mr. Gross is an internationally recognized expert in the field of mobile learning.
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