Mobile Learning is Worldwide

mobile learningUS Leads the Global Mobile Learning Market.

In the 2010 market, the US was the top Mobile Learning buying country, followed by Japan, South Korea, the UK, China, and Taiwan.

By 2015, the top buying countries will be the US, China, India, Japan, Indonesia, and Brazil, respectively.

(Source: The Worldwide Market for Mobile Learning Products and Services: 2010-2015 Forecast and Analysis)

More on mLearning from Kevin Corbett: Mobile Learning

learning trendsAccording to the American Ambient Insight Report 2011, one of the growing learning trends is for 39% of organizations to  already be making use of a mobile strategy.

Additionally they reported a growth rate of 29.3% among US corporations buying mobile learning, including the large ones, like IBM, Kraft and Pepsi.

Anywhere, anytime, learning with a mobile devices should another  trend at all levels of school and college. I’m not saying we have to prepare students for work by “teaching how to use phones”. I am saying, the mobile devices should be seen as a valuable tool for learning, inside and outside of a formal school setting.

More on mLearning from Kevin Corbett: Mobile Learning

Mobile Devices Accessing The Internet

mobile learningI don’t know about you, but use my mobile devices (smartphone, tablets, and ipad) to access the Internet and other things–check email, update twitter, check-in on Facebook, etc.– MORE than I ever do to make phone calls!

By 2015, 80% of people accessing the Internet will be doing so from mobile devices.

How do YOU use your mobile device?

(Source: 2011 Horizon Report)

More on mLearning from Kevin Corbett: Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning

Mobile LearningIn 2010, the top 5 adopters of mLearning were the U.S., Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. Together these 5 countries accounted for about 70% of the 2010 market.

By 2015 they will account for only 40% with the highest growth rates in China, India, Indonesia, and Brazil.

(Source: Ambient Insight’s Market Report on mLearning)

More on mLearning from Kevin Corbett: Mobile Learning

Blended Learning: An Introduction

I shot this video yesterday, as a precursor to a project I’m working on.

Blended Learning is about combining the best aspects of using technology as a tool,  with the expertise of the individual teacher, within a classroom environment, to increase learning.

 

See more at: http://kevincorbett.com/blended-learning/ where I’ll be aggregating more resources on blended learning.

The second video “4 Blended Learning Models” is at: http://kevincorbett.com/2013/07/4-blended-learning-models

Blended Learning: 4 Models for Instruction

This is the 2nd of two videos I  shot leading-up to a project I’m working on.

The Blended Learning Models and definitions are from the work of Clayton Christensen.

 

Clayton Christensen Institute of Disruptive Innovation

See more at: http://kevincorbett.com/blended-learning/ where I’ll be aggregating more resources on blended learning.