Sorry for the hiatus, this is a good use case article on m-Learning design

Well, we don’t always find real examples and explanations of mobile learning design in practice. But this paper
from Taiwan, goes through an example of mobile learning design from its’ inception to its’ implementation.

I found the reflective dialog idea to be the most interesting tactic. Students able to summarize thoughts and write them down as they are learning procedures are more likely to retain and recall those procedures. I also think that using a mobile device as a workflow learning tool for a task like system building might be a good idea.  It might be especially advantageous, since you typically wouldn’t have a full system screen to look at if you’re building one. Take a read, it’s insightful.


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