Although the proliferation of mobile devices sets the stage for a revolution of education in developing countries and the evolution of education in developed countries, the formation of an effective mLearning pedagogy remains a bit elusive. The process of discovery outlined in this study begins with identifying and applying an appropriate learning theory to mobile learning, and by evaluating the role of technology in the classroom. The mLearning pedagogy advanced here is no different than others in its focus on content, instructional assets, cognitive processes and evaluations. However, with two parts harnessing the power of the Internet and the other two parts pushing technology to the background the result is a convergence of vital human interaction with nearly worldwide reach. A learning management system-less (LMS-less) approach is the element missing from previous studies and it is also the element that puts the immediate application of the mLearning pedagogy within reach.
"The Future of mLearning Begins with a Baseline Pedagogy,"
Internet Learning: Vol. 4
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.apus.edu/internetlearning/vol4/iss2/3
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