In this best practice, Mind/Shift researches how two innovative schools use mobile devices to teach Advanced Placement Chemistry and history.
As part of a BYOD Pilot Group, PTHS teachers are participating in a their own Professional Learning Community (PLC) in order to better understand how BYOD can impact teaching and learning. These educators have created this website, chock full of BYOD lesson plans and tips to be able to understand processes, develop skills, solve problems, and share ideas and best practices.
Get specific lesson plans for STEM and history classes. Examples include a mobile scavenger hunt for history and geometry digital blogging books.
This online training and development consultancy lists mLearning lesson plans created by educators, such as “Creating mobile audio tours,” “Meeting the Flatmates” (exposing students to podcast listening and critical review), and “Movie Your Body” (a STEM activity).
As part of an “Integrating Technology Into the Classroom” course for the Boise State Universities EdTech graduate program, students are given a choice menu of options for integrating technology into their respective content areas. One of these choices is to develop a Mobile Learning Lesson Plan, and these lesson plans have been posted to User Generated Education.
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