Mobile Media Learning Classroom Practices & Integration
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting
American Educational Research Association
San Francisco, CA
Though a short time ago Mobile Media Learning (MML) could be framed as immature in terms of classroom integration (Traxler, 2007), much has developed and transpired in the last five years that has accelerated the actual adoption of customized MML. MML is maturing as a pedagogical practice through the combination of refined theoretical understanding of its affordances, free and improving editors, and a growing community of practice (Dikkers, Martin, & Coulter, 2012). This paper presents the work of three teachers (excerpted from a study with n=9) to highlight and contrast interesting features that express the broad application potential of MML.
Dikkers, S., Holden, C., Litts, B. K., Martin, J., & Mathews J. (2013, April). Mobile Media Learning Classroom Practices & Integration. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting: San Francisco, CA.