Daily Diigo Bookmarks from Steve Yuen 02/15/2011

  • tags: education mobile technology parents mobile devices

      • HIGHLIGHTS

        • Parents see the use of mobile technologies in schools as a means of increasing student engagement (43 percent) and preparing students for the working world (41 percent).
        • The most often-cited instructional benefit is mobile devices’ ability to extend learning beyond school hours.
        • Only 12 percent see no significant educational benefit to mobile devices.

        What do you think would be the primary benefits of using mobile devices in education?

        (Multiple responses allowed.)

        Drilldown (click for larger image)
      • HIGHLIGHTS

        • Parents see the use of mobile technologies in schools as a means of increasing student engagement (43 percent) and preparing students for the working world (41 percent).
        • The most often-cited instructional benefit is mobile devices’ ability to extend learning beyond school hours.
        • Only 12 percent see no significant educational benefit to mobile devices.
  • tags: wizdrop web2.0 multimedia contact drop

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About Steve Yuen

I am a Professor Emeritus of Instructional Technology and Design at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States.
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