Known and unknown in mLearning

It is the question that will not die and doesn’t evolve as it should. Can technology improve learning outcomes?  We have known for decades that certain things can help in the learning process: computer aided instruction, Sesame Street, reminders, feedback since way before the proliferation of mobile phones. The right questions are how?, how can[…]

How SciDev.Net article fails in mobile learning analysis

In this article on SciDev.net titled “How teachers in Africa are being failed by Mobile Learning” Niall Winters asserts that: Teachers are being excluded en masse from mobile learning projects with a whole sub-heading called “excluding teachers” (though the examples cited are irrelevant to mobile learning such as a project that fixes computers inside brick[…]