Many technologies are suspected of impoverishing our capabilities, making us shallow (Carr, 2010). But things look not to be simple, and those kind of asseverations always come with some controversy.
Last week’s post outlined the suitability of mobiles for informal learning. This week, more ideas lead us to think that, effectively, informal learning seem to be the genuine arena for mobiles. Likewise, the theoretical foundations of mobile learning “examines how
While reading the articles about mobile learning, I have remembered the following idea, taken from an assessment of ADTED542: Formal and non-formal learning settings (schools, for instance) may improve not a little if they incorporate processes taken from self-directed and informal
Learning supported by mobile computers is, first of all, learning, as it has always been. The specific factor of this kind of learning lies in the tool employed: mobile technology, including tablets, iPads, and so on. Learning supported by mobile
As said in another post, I live in Spain. From 2008 to 2013, every student at primary school was given a laptop when started 5th grade. From my point of view, it was a failure, for many reasons that I
Hi, My name is Josemaria, but you can call me Jose, if you prefer. I live in Seville, Spain. You can see in Google Earth that there are only 3.765 miles between my city and University Park. I work as