mobile learningResearch for UNICON, produced by Ashridge, November 2011
Research Question:  How are mobile technologies changing the executive learning landscape?

DOWNLOAD MOBILE LEARNING RESEARCH REPORT HERE (64 pg PDF)

Table of Contents

  • Definition of ‘Mobile Learning’
  • What is a Mobile Device?
  • Why Mobile Learning?
  • How Mobile Devices can be used for Learning

Case Examples

  • Introduction
  • Hub of expertise in the education sector:
    Abilene Christian University
  • Hubs of activity in the education sector:
    Embedding library resources within programmes
  • Hubs of activity in the education sector:
    Bringing the real world into the classroom
  • Hubs of activity in the private sector:
    Cementing knowledge through simulations

Moving Forwards with Mobile Learning

  • Implementation
  • Getting Buy In
  • Choosing Technology
  • Costs
  • Knowing your Mobile Learner
  • Pedagogy First
  • Content
  • Support
  • To Evaluate or Not?
  • Next Steps

The Creativity Crisis-The Decrease in Creative Thinking Scores on the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking The Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) was developed in 1966 and renormed five times: in 1974, 1984, 1990, 1998, and 2008.

Research Population & Sample Size

The total sample for all six normative samples included 272,599 kindergarten through 12th grade students and adults.

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