Selected case studies…
Mobile English: Article and series of 5 mLearning lesson plans by Gavin Dudeney & Nicky Hockly, on the OneStopEnglish website:
- An introduction to mobile English [article]
- Ideal phone [lesson plan]
- Mobile phone dictation [lesson plan]
- Digital word banks [lesson plan]
- Secret instructions [lesson plan]
- Pet hates [lesson plan]
Three articles about mLearning by Nicky Hockly in Modern English Teacher (reproduced with permission):
- Mobile learning: What is it and why should you care? [ download PDF ]
Modern English Teacher 21/2 April 2012
- Substitute or redefine? Mobile learning in and out of class [ download PDF ]
Modern English Teacher 21/3 July 2012
- Tech-savvy teaching: BYOD [ download PDF ]
Modern English Teacher 21/4 October 2012
A series of research papers published by The International Research Foundation (TIRF) on MALL (Mobile Assisted Language Learning) in October 2013:
Designer Learning: The Teacher as Designer of Mobile-based Classroom Learning Experiences by Nicky Hockly
Beyond the Classroom: Mobile Learning in the Wider World by Ken Beatty
Some Emerging Principles for Mobile-assisted Language Learning by Glenn Stockwell & Philip Hubbard
From toy to tool: Cell phones in learning
Learning in Hand
m-learning is good
The mobile learner
7 things you should know about...
Cell Phones in Learning
The Mobile Learning Edge
Mobile Learning 21
Living in the 4th Screen
mLearning: Beyond the Digital Divide
Brooks-Young, S. (2010) Teaching With the Tools Kids Really Use: Learning With Web and Mobile Technologies. Corwin Publishing
Danaher, P; B. Moriarty & G.Danaher (2009) Mobile Learning Communities: Creating New Educational Futures. Routledge
Gliksman, S. (2013) iPads in Education for Dummies. John Wiley.
Hockly, N. & G. Dudeney (2014) Going mobile: Teaching and learning with handheld devices. Delta Publishing.
MacDonald, J. & L.Creanor (2010) Learning with Online and Mobile Technologies. Gower Publishing
Ng, W (2010) Mobile Technologies and Handheld Devices for Ubiquitous Learning: Research and Pedagogy. Information Science Publishing
Pachler, N; B.Bachmair; J.Cook; & G.Kress (2009) Mobile Learning: Structures, Agency, Practices. Springer Publishing
Quinn, C.N (2011) The Mobile Academy. Jossey-Bass
Rosen, L.D (2010) Rewired: Understanding the iGeneration and the Way They Learn. Palgrave Macmillan Publishing
Vavoula, G; N.Pachler & A.Kukulska-Hulme (2009) Researching Mobile Learning: Frameworks, Tools and Research Designs. Peter Lang Publishing
Berge, Z. L. & Muilenburg, L. (Eds.) 2013. Handbook of Mobile Learning. Routledge.
Herrington, J., Herrington, A., Mantei, J., Olney, I., and Ferry, B. (editors). 2009. New technologies, new pedagogies: Mobile learning in higher education. Wollongong: Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong.
Kukulska-Hulme, A., Norris, L. & Donohue, J. 2015. Mobile pedagogy for English language teaching: a guide for teachers. British Council.
Mobile Learning Infokit. 2011. JISC.
Traxler, J. & Wishart, J. (Eds) 2011. Making mobile learning work: Case studies in practice. ESCalate.
App smashing - Combining the physical and digital to create multimedia content by Greg Kulowiec of EdTechTeacher
Unleashing Creativity with App Smashing with Greg Kulowiec - Information about App Smashing by Kate Wilson of EdTechTeacher
The art of App Smashing - A mindmap on app smashing ideas and apps to smash by Meghan Zigmond
Unleashing Creativity: Greg Kulowiec App Smashing - More information about App Smashing by Beth Holland of EdTechTeacher
Taking the Multimedia Appsmashing iPad Challenge! - A webinar with Joe Dale talking all about App Smashing mostly on the iPad
Why App Smash - A blog post on the reasons to app smash, key rules for successful app smashing, key apps and some examples by Richard Wells
App Smash Examples - A Padlet board full of App Smashing ideas and useful apps by Laura
Thinking outside the box - App Smashing with Thing Link - A blog post with lots of ideas for app smashing by Rachel Smith
Calling all app smashers - An invitation to join an app smash challenge by Craig Badura of Comfortably 2.0
#appsmash4 Challenge – Smashing Word Clouds - An app smashing project with first graders by Meghan Zigmond of Zig Zagging