1. Mobile Learning Concept.
2. Mobile Learning advantages and disadvantages.
3. What mobile learning tools that can be used in educational situations?
4. Where is the teacher`s role in the development of the skills required of the learner in order to employ mobile learning in different educational situations?
5. Do you think that mobile learning can cancel other learning tools? Explain that, and justified the answer?
Written introduction, a conclusion on the subject and subheadings are required.
MOBILE LEARNING By: Professor name: Institution: Course title: Date: Introduction There are trends in learning and teaching that have developed over the years to facilitate the effectiveness and efficiency of learning in this fast changing world. The development of the internet plus technology with the introduction of handheld gadgets has tremendously changed the face of education. The trends in wireless technology and networks and devices that support these gave rise to the mobile learning concept. Mobile learning concept Mobile learning involves learning through social interactions and across multiple contexts. It comprises of the use of handheld gadgets, therefore, making it very flexible, mobile and convenient for learning. It involves the use of devices like mobile phones, notebooks, iPads, mp3 players, handheld computers, and tablets. The idea came from the known fact that the current generation is attached to handheld devices, and it has become part of their lifestyle. The Mobile learning concept is about the student or learner not being restricted to a physical location when engaging in learning activities. The notion of this concept also includes matters of urgency and timing. This makes mobile learning support the personal urgency of the learners` decision on when, where and how they will learn (Khaddage, Muller and Flintoff 2016, p. 16). What differentiates mobile learning from e learning is mobility, personal ownership and informality...