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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 4657
Gamification design 29. May 2014 4391
SL Moocs for Educators 01. May 2014 3922
Ebook Mooc 23. Mar 2014 4246
Introduction to Electronic Village Online 31. Mar 2014 4866
Writing ebooks in school 26. Jan 2014 4508
Engineering English and Iron Lord 03. Jan 2014 4135
Playing Agatha Christie in Class 08. Mar 2015 4346
Teach Sherlock Holmes 15. Dec 2013 5233
Learn Vocabulary with two games 01. Dec 2013 4754
Interactive English Dictionary and Games 15. Dec 2013 7086
Revolution In Education System 15. Dec 2013 6322
Digital Games and Language Teaching 15. Dec 2013 6452
Digital Comics in School 05. Jul 2013 5945
Global Learning 15. Dec 2013 10044
Mobile Project with Brazil 25. Jun 2013 7683
Preschool Learning 15. Dec 2013 11224
Interactive Material in Classrooms 13. Oct 2013 7043
SMS Mobile Language 23. Oct 2013 10250
Heterogeneous Classes 29. Aug 2013 6444
 
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