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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

April 2018 Volume 10, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. From iTE to NQT: Evaluating Newly Qualified Teachers' Use of Mobile Technology in Their First Two Years of Teaching

    Sinéad Ghuidhir, Brendan Mac Mahon & Seán Grádaigh, School of Education, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

    This article outlines a study to examine if newly qualified teachers (NQTs) who had incorporated iPad within pedagogical practice during initial teacher education, continued to do so in their first... More

    pp. 8-19

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  2. Technology Experiences of Student Interns in a One to One Mobile Program

    Theresa Cullen, University of Oklahoma, Norman, United States; Tugra Karademir, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey

    This article describes how a group of student intern teachers (n = 51) in a one to one teacher education iPad program were asked to reflect using Experience Sampling Method (ESM) on their use of... More

    pp. 20-35

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  3. The Affordances of Mobile-App Supported Teacher Observations for Peer Feedback

    Olcay Sert, English Studies, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden; Sercan Çelik, TED University, Ankara, Turkey; Evrim Baran, Iowa State University, Ames, United States

    Mobile technologies offer new affordances for teacher observation in teacher education programs, albeit under-examined in contrast to video technologies. The purpose of this article is to... More

    pp. 36-49

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  4. Mobile Technologies as a Catalyst for Pedagogic Innovation Within Teacher Education

    Helen Caldwell, University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom

    This article reviews the use of mobile technologies within teacher education at the University of Northampton. In order to develop a strong commitment to digital literacy, the School of Education... More

    pp. 50-65

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  5. Mobile Learning, Teacher Education, and the Sociomaterial Perspective: Analysis of the SMS Story Project

    Marguerite Koole, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada

    This article is primarily a theoretical piece that uses a model of mobile learning, the FRAME model (Koole 2009), to explore a mobile teacher-training project that took place in Papua New Guinea:... More

    pp. 66-77

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  6. eTexts and Teacher Education: Considerations for Text Structure and Purpose in Mobile Pedagogy

    Jordan Schugar & Heather Schugar, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, West Chester, United States

    This article describes how misunderstandings about eTexts may misguide educators when choosing how to incorporate eTexts into teaching and learning. A review of the existing literature finds that... More

    pp. 78-87

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  7. Designing an Educator Toolkit for the Mobile Learning Age

    Kevin Burden, The Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education, The University of Hull, Hull, United Kingdom; Matthew Kearney, STEM Education Futures Research Centre, University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Sydney, Australia

    Mobile technologies have been described as ‘boundary' objects which enable teachers and learners to transcend many of the barriers such as rigid schedules and spaces which have hitherto... More

    pp. 88-99

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