Thursday, 11 October 2012

m-learning survey


Have you ever heard of the term m-learning? What do you think it means? See if these pictures can help you.



Take this survey and let's find out how m-learning is used in Greek schools and how YOU would like to use technology in class.


Find information and write a comment on what m-learning is and what positive or negative effects you think it'll have on students.

5 comments:

Elpida Dev said...

The term M-Learning (mobile learning) is any sort of learning that happens when the learner is not at a fixed, predetermined location, or learning that happens when the learner takes advantage of the learning opportunities offered by mobile technologies. M-learning is convenient in that it is accessible from virtually anywhere. In addition, it is simple to utilize mobile learning for a more effective and entertaining experience.
The drawback of m-learning is that the pupils have an easy lesson and they don’t learn how to use the books. They also aren’t in touch and they lose the opportunity for discussion and exchange of views near.

Winners Education said...

M-learning does sound fun Elpida! It's also true that if used inappropriately all kinds of technology can deprive us from the opportunity to exchange views and communicate with people we are close with.

Chris Paps said...

M-learning is what Elpida wrote.I found the same things. Sorry Miss.But there is one more negative effect.That is very dangerous for our eyes and the whole body,because It transmitting radiation.

Winners Education said...

M-learning is helpfull and students don't need to take at schools books,pencils rubbers...Using M-learning we keen on with technology :P
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Thanasis Erm said...

M-learning is: learning with portable technologies including but not limited to handheld computers, MP3 players, notebooks, mobile phones and tablets. M-learning focuses on the mobility of the learner, interacting with portable technologies, and learning that reflects a focus on how society and its institutions can accommodate and support an increasingly mobile population. There is also a new direction in MLearning that adds mobility of the instructor and includes creation of learning materials "on-the-spot, "in the field" using predominately smartphone with special software such as AHG Cloud Note. Using mobile tools for creating learning aides and materials becomes an important part of informal learning.