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Mobile pedagogy and perspectives on teaching and learning / Douglas McConatha, Christian Penny, Jordan Schugar, and David Bolton, editors.
Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Ave., Hershey, PA, 17033) : IGI Global, [2014]
PDFs (267 pages) : illustrations.
"This book explores the tools and techniques that enable educators to leverage wireless applications and social networks to improve learning outcomes and provide creative ways to increase access to educational resources"--Provided by publisher.
Towards a mobile learning pedagogy / Scott E. Hamm, Jason Drysdale, Diana Moore -- Student development of e-workbooks: a case for situated-technology enhanced learning (STEL) using net tablets / Selena Chan, Katrina Fisher, Peter Sauer -- Podcasting and pedagogy / Ross Kendall -- Communities of communication: using social media as medium for supporting teacher interpersonal development / Laurie Stone Rogers -- E-book readers for everyone: FATIH project / Nilgün Özdamar Keskin, Firat Sarsar, Michael Sean Gallagher -- Mobile learning for all: accessibility considerations for mobile pedagogy / Luis F. Pérez, Ezzard Bryant -- Mobile learning applications and differentiated instruction / Shelley A. Jackson, Sharla Snider, Nicole Masek, Joanne Baham -- Does mobile technology have a place in differentiated instruction? / Therese M. Cumming -- Mobile technology and differentiated learning: meeting the needs of students with significant disabilities / Ann C. Orr, John F. Conley -- A multiple-case study examining teachers' use of iPod Touches in their pedagogical practices for English language learners / M. Liu, C. Navarrete, E. Maradiegue, J. Wivagg -- New demands of reading in the mobile internet age / Byeong-Young Cho, Lindsay Woodward -- iTeach literacy with iPad devices: preparing teachers for effective classroom integration / Diane Santori, Carol Smith, Heather Schugar -- Journalism and media: from mellowed pedagogy to new mobile learning tools / Pamela E. Walck, Yusuf Kalyango -- Stuck in neutral: why technology hasn't made major inroads into education in Ghana / Mawuadem Koku Amedeker -- An ROI ed-biz approach for deploying mobile pedagogy / Douglas McConatha.
Vendor supplied record for IGI received in 2015.
Includes bibliographical references.

Other Authors:
McConatha, Douglas, editor.

Penny, Christian, 1973- editor.

Schugar, Jordan, editor.

Bolton, David, editor.

IGI Global.
9781466643345 (electronic bk.)

9781466643338 (hardcover)
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Electronic Book XX(1436022.1)

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