The archive recording for the debut of The Intel® Education Mobile Learning Series - The Benefits of Mobile Technologies for K-12: Transformative and Inevitable! is now available!
In this exciting event, Cathleen Norris, a Regents Professor in the College of Information, Department of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas; and Elliot Soloway, an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in the Deptartment of CSE, College of Engineering, School of Education and School of Information, University of Michigan, explore how enabling New Pedagogical Practices can create Dramatic Increases in Student Performance. They also formed and run the Intergalactic Mobile Learning Center "To support the transformation of K-12 throughout space and time..."
During this webinar, we explored Norris and Soloway's 2010 prediction: by 2015, each and every student in America’s K-12 classrooms will be using his or her own mobile computing device 24/7 for curricular purposes, specifically how those miraculously-thin and light, aluminum-encased slabs of glass:
Additionally, the participant question and answer session furthered discussion about: