domingo, 27 de mayo de 2012

UNESCO to release research into mobile learning initiatives, policies and teacher development



Hoy traemos a este espacio ... algunas investigaciones de la UNESCO sobre mobile learning , que nos presentan así :
UNESCO to release research into mobile learning initiatives, policies and teacher development


Over five weeks UNESCO, in partnership with Nokia, is launching its Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning with the release of a set of twelve papers reviewing mobile learning initiatives, implications for ICT in education policies and how mobile technologies support teacher development. The papers will be released according to regions of the world.
Information and communication technologies (ICT) can contribute to achieving the pillars of Education for All (EFA), which are universal access to education, equity in education and the delivery of quality education. Given the unprecedented uptake of mobile devices in the world – there are now almost 6 billion mobile phone subscriptions – these ICT present a new and exciting possibility for supporting EFA.
UNESCO is committed to fully exploring how mobile learning, using mobile devices alone or in combination with other ICT, can improve education. While mobile learning is certainly not new, only in very recent years is it receiving widespread attention and building serious momentum. The evidence base for how mobiles can improve grades, increase learner motivation, deliver content to hard-to-reach communities, support district and school administration, and enable adult education in areas such as literacy, is mounting. (...)
En resumen... aquí tenéis los enlaces a los 5 informes

Mobile Learning Initiatives

UNESCO Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning: Africa and the Middle East


(leer más...) Fuente: [unesco edtechdebate mobile learning ]

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