The psychology of mobile devices, a 12 year-old app developer, how phones make us antisocial, and more
TED Talks are some of today’s most popular examples of the internet’s power to expand learning opportunities to all. They’re also fun to watch.
I picked this month’s theme because I find the subject endlessly fascinating and the talks listed here, illuminating. For educators juggling using mobile devices in their personal lives and in the classroom, the past, present, and future of the device has a special importance. There’s plenty to learn about the psychology, anthropology, and future of the mobile device.
First, check out this very funny, very true three minute TED Talk on our “antisocial phone tricks” from social strategist Renny Gleeson, then check out our full list.
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(Next page: 7 mobile-focused TED Talks)
- TC- What student choice and agency actually looks like - November 15, 2016
- What student choice and agency actually looks like - November 14, 2016
- App of the Week: Science sensor meets your smartphone - November 14, 2016