In our community's next webinar, we will see how mobile learning devices have been successfully implemented into the curriculum at St. Marys City Schools in Ohio. Educator Scott Newcomb, also known as the Mobile Native blogger, will share his experiences working with students and mobile learning devices over the last five years.
He will highlight the assorted challenges and benefits of implementing mobile learning devices within the classroom. You also will hear about numerous useful resources for mobile learning, including BYOD, smart phones, and iPads. No matter where you are in the process of integrating mobile learning into your classroom, you will learn something new from Scott to improve your program.
Join him on July 10th to learn how to ramp up mobile learning with your students.
Mobile educators from across the country are gathering for three days to share, collaborate, and explore the many facets of mobile learning. In addition to traditional breakout sessions, we have inspiring keynotes, fast-paced Ignite presentations, lots of networking opportunities, and a concluding game show. This year's topics include project-based learning, assistive technologies, Common Core State Standards, Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT), and the open content revolution. Those topics are in addition to basic sessions on the most compelling apps, device deployment, and training tips and hints.
While mobile learning isn't about a specific device, many sessions will have an iPad focus. Mobile Learning Experience 2013 will also address other devices like laptops, Chromebooks, and Android tablets.
Please consider presenting at Mobile 2013. The Call for Proposals is open and the submission deadline is June 27, 2013.