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Mobile Learning and Digital Games in School

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This blog is intended to show ways to integrate mobile devices in school. Mobile devices are for example smart phones, readers, GPS, flip cameras, MP3 players, consoles and many more.

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Title Modified Date Hits
Games and Literature 21. Sep 2014 3414
Gamification design 29. May 2014 3246
SL Moocs for Educators 01. May 2014 2852
Ebook Mooc 23. Mar 2014 3181
Introduction to Electronic Village Online 31. Mar 2014 3925
Writing ebooks in school 26. Jan 2014 3516
Engineering English and Iron Lord 03. Jan 2014 3244
Playing Agatha Christie in Class 08. Mar 2015 3466
Teach Sherlock Holmes 15. Dec 2013 4362
Learn Vocabulary with two games 01. Dec 2013 3849
Interactive English Dictionary and Games 15. Dec 2013 5501
Revolution In Education System 15. Dec 2013 5087
Digital Games and Language Teaching 15. Dec 2013 5357
Digital Comics in School 05. Jul 2013 4972
Global Learning 15. Dec 2013 8467
Mobile Project with Brazil 25. Jun 2013 6067
Preschool Learning 15. Dec 2013 8710
Interactive Material in Classrooms 13. Oct 2013 6001
SMS Mobile Language 23. Oct 2013 8425
Heterogeneous Classes 29. Aug 2013 5193

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Interactive English Dictionary and Games

Looking for a Christmas present I came across the interactive English-German dictionary for school children, age 6 to 10, from Ravensburg. The dictionary is part of the Tiptoy collection I referred to in my article preschool learning.


Who applies Mobile Learning?

 Many schools have been using mobile devices to teach. Some schools even have their own apps. Universities rely on Mobile Learning because of the advantages. Primary schools use mobile devices because they have proved to be useful in many ways, for example for disabled kids. Many schools talk about their experiences with Mobile Learning and their positive results. But what do students think? Do they have a different view of Mobile Learning or even further ideas on how can Mobile Learning help us in future? One student explains why Mobile Learning should be standard learning. All in all, we can summarize: Mobile Learning is the future.