Seamless Learning in the Age of Mobile Connectivity

The book departs from the approach of related titles by focusing on describing and reflecting upon the notion of seamless learning with regard to salient characteristics of learner mobility and bridging of learning experiences across learning spaces. It is the first such work that is solely dedicate...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Wong, Lung-Hsiang (Editor), Milrad, Marcelo (Editor), Specht, Marcus (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Singapore Springer Singapore 2015, 2015
Edition:1st ed. 2015
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505 0 |a From a simple communication tool to a learning tool: Using mobile phones for seamless learning in developing countries -- Section D: Seamless Learning in Social Contexts -- Chapter 19: Methodological issues in mobile computer-supported collaborative learning -- Chapter 20: Combining a seamless learning approach with collaborative scripts for supporting the extended classroom -- Chapter 21: Classroom and beyond as socio-technical environments -- Chapter 22: Designing the situation for pervasive Knowledge Building with mobile technology -- Chapter 24: Bridging, not formalizing?: The potential roles of social media in seamless language learning -- Section E: Seamless Learning – Bridging Research and Practice -- Chapter 25: Schooling in the age of mobilism: The biggest transformation in K-12 classrooms in 200 years -- Chapter 26: Seamless learning implementation and scale-up research -- Commentary: Editors.    
505 0 |a Editors -- Section A: Modeling and Theorizing Seamless Learning -- Chapter 1: A brief history of seamless learning -- Chapter 2: Seamless learning and context -- Chapter 3: Seamless learning in the lens of distributed intelligence -- Chapter 4: Recognising mobile devices as cultural resources and the creation of user-generated contexts for learning -- Section B: Technology Enhanced Seamless Learning -- Chapter 5: Learning Theory Mashups to support seamless knowledge, performance and well-being -- Chapter 6: Connecting learning contexts with Ambient Information Channels -- Chapter 7: A resource organization model for ubiquitous learning in seamless learning space -- Chapter 8: Supporting seamless learning using Ubiquitous Learning-Log System -- Chapter 9: Using mobile augmented reality for visualizing complex natural phenomena --  
505 0 |a Involving graduate students in the design and design research of seamless learning environments using mobile augmented reality -- Chapter 11: Applying situated learning theory to develop seamless learning -- Section C: Pedagogies and Application Domains of Seamless Learning -- Chapter 12: Mobile seamless learning and its pedagogy -- Chapter 13: Tapping into teen spirit to develop mobile applications that connect formal and informal learning about personal energy consumption -- Chapter 14: Formal-informal cycles in mobile language learning -- Chapter 15: Connecting in-class and outdoor learning activities of local cultural courses using mobile and wireless communication technologies -- Chapter 16: Learning across space and time: Using mobile digital storytelling to support learning about cultural heritage -- Chapter 17: Designing personal practicing and assessment for mobile training in the armed forces --  
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520 |a The book departs from the approach of related titles by focusing on describing and reflecting upon the notion of seamless learning with regard to salient characteristics of learner mobility and bridging of learning experiences across learning spaces. It is the first such work that is solely dedicated to research on and the practice of seamless learning, uniquely combining interpretations, visions, and past research on and practices in seamless learning from diversified perspectives. The book also strikes a good balance between theoretical and practical perspectivess, going beyond a collection of reports on specific research projects. Instead of thick descriptions of research processes and findings, readers will find significant insights and food for thought intended to inspire further advances in the research on and practice of seamless learning