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Mobile Pedagogical Framework: a socio-cultural model for mobile learning

Posted on 23 Nov 2015 with 0 comments
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New educational technologies are constantly being developed. With their emergence arise questions of their impact on pedagogical practice and knowledge. This conference paper discusses the Mobile Pedagogical Framework, which presents a socio-cultural model for mobile learning. The author suggests that the use of a framework such as this one identifies the key affordances that mobile technologies bring to learning and assists teachers to use mobile technologies with their students. The Framework has three major dimensions: authenticity, collaboration and personalisation.


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