The inclusion of new and emerging technologies in the education sector has been a topic of interest to researchers, educators, and software developers alike in recent years. Utilizing the proper tools in a classroom setting is a critical factor in student success.
Tablets in K-12 Education: Integrated Experiences and Implications explores the use of hand-held mobile devices in primary and secondary classrooms to assist in learning, sharing, and communication among students and teachers. With cutting-edge research on pedagogy, practice, and new initiatives for mobile learning devices and applications, this advanced reference source provides educators, technology coordinators, administrators, and other faculty with the resources needed to effectively implement mobile applications in their classrooms.
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Educators and researchers from the US, Cyprus, and Canada contribute 17 essays on the use of tablets in K-12 education. They address theories and concepts, including a hybrid approach to teaching with tablets, implementation approaches, using mobile devices selectively, classroom management issues, and mobile learning to enhance disaster preparedness education; teaching approaches like using tablets to teach for understanding and knowledge construction in social studies, to support 21st-century learning skills.
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