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VRT1 Mobile Learning II
22. April 2012 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sunday, 22 April 2012 – 11am GMT | 8pm Tokyo | 4am LA
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Adobe ConnectPro room (enter as guest)
Parallel Sessions (90 min)
Mobile Learning in Business English
There has been much talk of mobile learning in recent years and how to implement it in teaching both in and outside the classroom, although focus is often placed on school or university settings. In this presentation I’ll outline how mobile learning can be applied to a Business English setting where training generally takes place within the learner’s company. I’ll give some practical examples of how teachers of such learners can use mobile devices to help them teach, and the learners themselves can use mobile devices to help and encourage their learning and usage of the their target language.
Mike Hogan is a communications & intercultural skills trainer and Business English author based in Germany. He is also a blended learning specialist with experience in a range of platforms and training types and advises organizations on training concept development and implementation. He coordinates and moderates free monthly online teacher developement workshops as part of the BESIG Online Team.
Magic Moments in Mobile Learning:10+ Simple Ideas
A teacher trainer, author, international speaker, host of American TESOL’s Free Friday Webinars & the Social Media Community Manager for The Consultants-E. Blog: Teacher Reboot Camp Book: The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators. Twitter, @ShellTerrell. Download the Presentation Resources: Bit.ly/ShellTerrell
mlearning for language learning
Mobile learning, through the use of mobile technology, will allow citizens of the world to access learning materials and information from anywhere and at anytime. Learners will not have to wait for a certain time to learn or go to a certain place to learn.There has been increased interest in portable technologies which allow learners to access tools for learning languages in virtually any time or place that suits them. The quickly developing functionalities of mobile phones, MP3 players, laptop and tablet computers, and other hand-held devices with touch screen technology mean that the range of possibilities for language learning has greatly diversified.
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I’m an Information Technologist from India. I have been working in both educational and corporate environments using my background in the engineering and technology to improve the learning process for each individual participant. My interests focus on integrating of web 2.0 and mobile devices for teaching and learning.