Challenges of mobile learning – a comparative study on use of mobile devices in six European schools: Italy, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Turkey

  • Ana Monteiro University of Minho
  • Marco Bento University of Minho
  • José Lencastre University of Minho
  • Marcelo Pereira University of Minho
  • Altina Ramos University of Minho
  • Antonio J. Osório University of Minho
  • Bento Silva University of Minho

Resumen

Although mobile technology is not yet widely used in schools, and in some cases even prohibited by internal regulations, the truth is that this technology, besides being a hallmark of contemporary life, is a powerful tool that challenges teachers and students to innovate in teaching learning practices. This article intends to contribute to the understanding of this phenomenon. The article is part of a project called "Bringing life into the classroom: innovative use of mobile devices in the educational process" (BLIC & CLIC), which aims to diagnose the use of mobile devices in the educational context for the development of digital skills by students and school teachers. This diagnosis will be the first "output" of the project, and the results will allow the (re)design of the future interventions that will respond to the general objectives of the project.

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Publicados
2017-12-17
Cómo citar
Monteiro, A., Bento, M., Lencastre, J., Pereira, M., Ramos, A., Osório, A. J., & Silva, B. (2017). Challenges of mobile learning – a comparative study on use of mobile devices in six European schools: Italy, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Turkey. Revista De Estudios E Investigación En Psicología Y Educación, (13), 352-357. https://doi.org/10.17979/reipe.2017.0.13.3229
Sección
XIV Congreso Psicopedagogía. Área 13: TECNOLOGÍAS Y COMUNICACIÓN EDUCATIVA