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Klaus Rummler
21 November 2011

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What's the common sense on purpose of mlearning?

What could mobiles overcome within learning & classrooms?

4 Answers:

  1. overcoming fixed learning settings (conservative answer)
  2. extend learning: mlearning makes learning a bit more broadly, push the boundaris a bit
  3. democratise learning: allow the excluded, disadvatagd to catch up a bit
  4. time to change learning. Not changing society but change learning because society changed

Mlearning opens the way for a flexible, contextualized, collaborative, creative learning

Mlearning does not really make sense in school unless assessment changes

Klaus Rummler
16:19 on 21 November 2011 (Edited 16:25 on 21 November 2011)

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Klaus Rummler
4:36pm 21 November 2011


Assimilation vs radicality :: peacefully changing schools rather than burning them down

Klaus Rummler
4:37pm 21 November 2011


Mlearning in order to reach areas that education couldn't reach before vs. "Don't bother me, I'm learning"

Education doesn't necessarily needs to reach and cover every place and millimeter of the learners life

Klaus Rummler
4:40pm 21 November 2011


What's assessment in schools? Understanding individual's principles of transformation vs conformity to authority

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