Digital Thinking and Mobile Teaching
by Renee Robinson , Julie Reinhart
Publisher: Bookboon 2014
Number of pages: 114
To assist teachers and students in thinking about how to utilize mobile devices in instructional spaces, this book explores how mobile devices can be incorporated into learning environments to promote a digitally-rich curricula resulting in a framework that identifies a right time, right place and mobile device aimed at maximizing student learning.
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