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Mastering Complexity: The London Underground

Complexity surrounds us. Mastering new technology, understanding scientific discoveries, even learning how to play an instrument well. But few things are more fearsome to master than the evil intricacies of the London Underground network, a system of such unending complexity that several of the original Victorian innovators are still looping the Circle Line in their top hat and tails, trying to generate enough centrifugal force to escape. 412 more words


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Mobile Learning Design

Preparing content and resources for mobile learning requires specialized design practices that address its unique characteristics. Some of these are:

  • Must be readily available to access from a growing array of portable digital devices.
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Mobile Learning

Connecting Parents to Student Learning

As the new school year quickly approaches, educators will need to determine how they would like to best communicate student learning with parents. Traditionally, teachers send out a letter the first day of school welcoming students into their classroom and listing out some of the items and goals for the school year. 439 more words


New Math App Offers Out-Of-This-World Action!

From Wednesday’s inbox…

Now Available in the iTunes Store! Dear Michael,

We have some exciting news for you – Florida Virtual School has teamed up with the creators of Grom Social to develop an exciting new math app called…

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Relating Smart Learning to Mobile Learning

I made this video to explain how the idea of Smart Learning has grown, in part, from mobile learning.

This captures some of the ideas from the introductory chapter to the forthcoming Smart Learning book.


"Mobile First" Learning: The Way Forward

For years, organizations have looked forward to “going mobile” with training programs for employees, customers and partners. Today, that vision has become a workplace imperative. 641 more words


How to Get the Most Out of Student-Owned Devices in Any Classroom

Tips to make sure classroom technology is focused on asking students to be creative, collaborative and analytical.

Source: blogs.kqed.org

It’s not the device; it’s what you do with the device.

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Educational Technology