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Developing Your Mobile Learning Landscape: From Readiness to Digital Citizenship

Product code: EVTIP
Topics: BYOD, Tools, Essential Conditions, Education leadership, Project-based learning, Personalized learning, Mobile learning, Literacies, Flipped learning, Digital citizenship, Curriculum, Assessment, 1:1, Standards
Length: Approx. 60 min.

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This event is scheduled for Wed., June 3, 2015 at 2 pm PST/ 5 pm  EST.

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) will introduce a powerful professional learning experience for teachers, tech coaches, and administrators who are interested in bringing their school up to digital age standards. The Verizon Mobile Learning Academy (VMLA) is a free, facilitated, 10-week online professional learning course for educators focusing on developing mobile learning at the school or district level.

Funded by ConnectED partner the Verizon Foundation and designed by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), this 10-week course covers key areas for mobile learning integration efforts, including assessing institutional readiness, frameworks on technology integration, mobile lesson development, management strategies, and digital citizenship. Successful completion of the course also results in 2.5 CEU’s from Johns Hopkins School of Education for participants; all at no cost to schools and districts!

The program uses surveys to assess program impact, and collects suggestions for changes to the course to maximize usefulness. The first cohort, who completed the course in December 2014, reported a 30% increase in student engagement, a 28% increase in student learning, and a 48% increase in student technology proficiency.All participants are enrolled in the VMLA professional learning network (PLN) that affords them the opportunity to collaborate and share best practices with educators across the United States implementing mobile learning initiatives, as well.

Come and meet ISTE faculty to develop your own understanding about mobile learning, and learn about an amazing opportunity to take mobile learning at your school to the next level!

 

Authors/Contributors:


Jenna Linskens

Bio: Jenna Linskens is a Senior Educational Consultant with ISTE’s Professional Services team. She provides staff development trainings and support in technology integration, instructional design, and e-learning to K-12 and higher education communities. Jenna has over 18 years of teaching experience as an elementary educator and professor of Educational Technology at Marian University, Wisconsin. Jenna is a Google Certified Educator and Google Certified Teacher (GTAUK 2014). She has been called an "Ed Tech Rockstar" and has presented internationally, at state and at national education conferences around the United States. Jenna has a Master of Arts in Education in Curriculum and Instruction and is currently earning an Educational Doctorate in Technology and E-Learning through Northcentral University, Arizona.

 

Helen Crompton

Bio: Helen Crompton,Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at Old Dominion University, Virginia. Professor Crompton with over 16 years in the classroom is a keen researcher and educator in the field of instructional technology. She gained her PhD in educational technology and mathematics education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research is focused on mobile learning and the effective integration of technology into K-12 education. Dr. Crompton works as a consultant for two United Nations Agencies (United Nations, Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization: UNESCO and International Telecommunication Union: ITU) to research, author and edit publications summarizing research on mobile learning. Dr. Crompton is also a faculty member for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), teaching the ISTE Standards academy, consulting, and recently designing ISTE’s self –paced Mobile Learning Academy and Verizon’s Mobile Learning Academy.