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Annals of LPlates
Last week I read Towards a Theory of Mobile Learning which cleverly superimposes learner and technology layers onto an activity system and considers the interplay between these. I lost the plot a a bit early on though with the astounding … Continue reading
http://www.agent4change.net/events/awards/987.html I have a minor association with the stars of this week’s Northern Grid awards – Woodlawn school (were I am a one of the school governors). Wednesday saw a day of interviews for the headship, so between observing assemblies, … Continue reading
What happens when you lend 20 people a chunky smartphone around 2007? Well it seems that lots of them just don’t “take to it” and don’t put their SIM in it, some become enthusiastic users, and some revert to their … Continue reading
OK its not the best start – reclining on the sofa with a glass of wine, my new tablet toy, and a vague idea that I should be undertaking activity a5 “finding out about mobile practices”. The result, a leisure … Continue reading
I have e-constipation. More blog posts, emails and tweets than I can handle in the spare moments that I have to browse them. There’s a real danger of spending more time consuming and filtering information than there is to actually … Continue reading
Weller “using learning enviroments as a metaphor for educational change”. In a nutshelll….when new technologies arrive we tend to use them in old ways. So, the current generation of VLEs are built to replicate a centralised virtual university. You rock … Continue reading