Mobile devices can be used to push the boundaries of education to transform teaching and learning. However, mobile learning involves a nebulous blend of pedagogical approaches, content interactions, social interactions, and school cultures and traditions. This keynote will unpack mobile learning to provide concrete approaches and strategies for impactful mobile learning practices. Dr. Crompton will begin by delineating how mobile learning can go beyond traditional pedagogies. This is followed by research findings of factors that influence mobile learning integration, such as educator beliefs, resources, methods, and purposes. Next, integration frameworks, and a social, ecological systems theory will be presented that can be used to ensure educators are using mobile devices effectively with a system wide approach. Thus, providing a roadmap for transformative mobile learning approaches that use the mobile devices to their full potential.
Dr. Helen Crompton is an Associate Professor of Instructional Technology, Director of the Virtual Reality Lab and the Technology Enhanced Learning Lab (TELL), at Old Dominion University Virginia, USA. She is a highly experienced researcher, educator, author, and presenter in the field of educational technology. She draws from over 25 years in education and a PhD in educational technology and mathematics education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr Crompton was officially recognized as one of nine mobile learning experts in the world by the United Nations. She has received numerous awards in the USA and her home country England for her work in technology integration, including the SCHEV award for the Outstanding Professor of Virginia. She works as a consultant for the United Nations, advising and writing on technology in education. She also consults for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) in designing courses (tech integration, AI, and mobile learning) and coaching. Dr. Crompton has published over 150 papers on technology integration including writing publications for the United Nations and ISTE.
Dr. Crompton’s CV and further information can be found here http://ww2.odu.edu/~crompton/
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