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Speaker: Jan Herrington

Keynote speaker at ULearn11, Dr Jan Herrington, explores the use of mobile phones as powerful ‘cognitive tools', where students’ phones can be used to research, produce and publish polished products of learning. Jan is Professor of Education at Murdoch University, and she discusses here some strategies for the design of innovative learning activities and tasks for mobile devices, using authentic learning principles, where whole units of study or projects can be designed around complex and engaging tasks.

Views 10,797
Date added: 22 Oct 2011
Duration: 61:59

Tools for learning: Mobile phones and authentic learning tasks

Keynote speaker at ULearn11, Dr Jan Herrington, explores the use of mobile phones as powerful ‘cognitive tools', where students’ phones can be used to research, produce and publish polished products of learning. Jan is Professor of Education at Murdoch University, and she discusses here some strategies for the design of innovative learning activities and tasks for mobile devices, using authentic learning principles, where whole units of study or projects can be designed around complex and engaging tasks.

Views 10,797 Date added: 02/10/2012

Tools for learning: Mobile phones and authentic learning tasks

Date added: 02/10/2012

Tools for learning: Mobile phones and authentic learning tasks

Keynote speaker at ULearn11, Dr Jan Herrington, explores the use of mobile phones as powerful ‘cognitive tools', where students’ phones can be used to research, produce and publish polished products of learning. Jan is Professor of Education at Murdoch University, and she discusses here some strategies for the design of innovative learning activities and tasks for mobile devices, using authentic learning principles, where whole units of study or projects can be designed around complex and engaging tasks.

Views 10,797 Date added: 02/10/2012

Tools for learning: Mobile phones and authentic learning tasks

Date added: 02/10/2012

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