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A Pedagogical Framework for Mobile Learning

Categorizing Educational Applications of Mobile Technologies into Four Types
Yeonjeong Park
Erstpublikation in: IRRODL, Vol 12, 2 (2011)
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Instructional designers and educators recognize the potential of mobile technologies as a learning tool for students and have incorporated them into the distance learning environment. However, little research has been done to categorize the numerous examples of mobile learning in the context of distance education, and few instructional design guidelines based on a solid theoretical framework for mobile learning exist. In this paper I compare mobile learning (m-learning) with electronic learning (e-learning) and ubiquitous learning (u-learning) and describe the technological attributes and pedagogical affordances of mobile learning presented in previous studies. I modify transactional distance (TD) theory and adopt it as a relevant theoretical framework for mobile learning in distance education. Furthermore, I attempt to position previous studies into four types of mobile learning: 1) high transactional distance socialized m-learning, 2) high transactional distance individualized m-learning, 3) low transactional distance socialized m-learning, and 4) low transactional distance individualized m-learning. As a result, this paper can be used by instructional designers of open and distance learning to learn about the concepts of mobile learning and how mobile technologies can be incorporated into their teaching and learning more effectively.
Von Yeonjeong Park im Text A Pedagogical Framework for Mobile Learning (2011)
Instructional designers and educators recognize the potential of mobile technologies as a learning tool for students and have incorporated them into the distance learning environment. However, little research has been done to categorize the numerous examples of mobile learning in the context of distance education, and few instructional design guidelines based on a solid theoretical framework for mobile learning exist. In this paper I compare mobile learning (m-learning) with electronic learning (e-learning) and ubiquitous learning (u-learning) and describe the technological attributes and pedagogical affordances of mobile learning presented in previous studies. I modify transactional distance (TD) theory and adopt it as a relevant theoretical framework for mobile learning in distance education. Furthermore, I attempt to position previous studies into four types of mobile learning:
  1. high transactional distance socialized m-learning,
  2. high transactional distance individualized m-learning,
  3. low transactional distance socialized m-learning, and
  4. low transactional distance individualized m-learning.
As a result, this paper can be used by instructional designers of open and distance learning to learn about the concepts of mobile learning and how mobile technologies can be incorporated into their teaching and learning more effectively.
Von Yeonjeong Park im Text A Pedagogical Framework for Mobile Learning (2011)

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William G. Anderson, Henry Jenkins, Eric Klopfer, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, Jun Li, Heidy Maldonado, Joel A. Michael, Michael Grahame Moore, Roy Pea, Jeremy Roschelle, Allen A. Rovick, Mike Sharples, Kurt Squire, Josie Taylor, John Traxler, Giasemi Vavoula, Lew Semjonowitsch Vygotsky, Kevin Walker, Mark Weiser, Niall Winters

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distance learning / Fernunterrichtdistance learning, Lernenlearning, Lernen zu Lernenlearning to learn, mobile learningmobile learning
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2006 local secure The Cambridge Handbook of the Learning Sciences (R. Keith Sawyer) 10, 5, 10, 13, 7, 3, 12, 20, 11, 11, 18, 24556424827
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2005 local secure web Towards a Theory of Mobile Learning (Mike Sharples, Josie Taylor, Giasemi Vavoula) 8, 5, 3, 1, 4, 3, 2, 2, 1, 4, 4, 211122504
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