It’s that time of the year again and we are starting to think about the Mobile Learning Project 2015! We’ve changed the application process a little this year – you don’t have to have any ideas about how you might integrate mobile technologies into your teaching, learning and assessment practices to get involved but just know that you’d like to try it out. Everybody who registers for the project must attend the workshop in Tuesday April 28th from 10am-12noon and there you will be introduced to mLearning and the benefits mobile technologies have to offer when integrated effectively into teaching, learning and/or assessment practices; be exposed to a range of ways that mobile technologies can be integrated seamlessly into a range of classroom activities; and presented with ideas as to what you could do in your own practice e.g. use mobile technologies to conduct some formative assessment, encourage student collaboration and/or communication, or utilise them to create interactive presentations for example.
So, keep an eye on this space. The official call for participation will go out by all staff email in the coming weeks. The LTTC have a number of devices on hand so if you do not have an iPad or Android tablet you can request to borrow one from us, and these will be given out on a first come, first served basis. The project runs for semester 1 only.
We look forward to working with you!