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Mobile Learning Going Strong

Partnerpedia, an enterprise mobilityvendor, released findings from theirEducation Mobility Survey based onan informal poll of FETC attendees.
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Partnerpedia, an enterprise mobility vendor, released findings from their Education Mobility Survey based on an informal poll of FETC attendees. Highlights include:

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73% of those surveyed plan to issue school-owned mobile devices, with 59% also adopting a policy of BYOD.

68% of the schools plan to purchase mobile apps as their appprocurement strategy.

30% plan to both build and buy, and less than 2% plan to exclusively build apps.

Over the next 12 months, nearly half of those surveyed (46 %) will acquire up to 10 apps. More than 53% will acquire more than 10.

58% of the schools plan adoption of mobile app management solutions in the next 12 months.



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Mobile Learning

From device management to content flow, here’show districts make it possible to offer 24/7learning in a device-agnostic environment.

Going Mobile

I use a desktop computer in my office, a laptop for teacher observations, and a PDA for walk through checklists. Isn’t there some way I can consolidate and have the computing power I need in one mobile device? A tablet PC might be the answer for you. Tablets are available in two styles: the slate and the

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Mobile Computing

It’s hard to imagine being told to leave your device at home and to enter a Wi- Fi-free zone for most of your working day.

Going Mobile?

A few years ago, the Federal Communications Commission approved a pilot program focused on supporting school-issued mobile devices, so long as the programs could prove the devices would lead to increased achievement. What does that mean to your district? iPads, 1:1 initiatives, going mobile…these phrases are both exciting and intimidating. Where does your school start planning for a mobile initiative? For those schools that don’t want to reinvent the proverbial going mobile wheel, Atomic Learning can help!

New Study Reveals U.S. Students Believe Strongly That Mobile Devices Will Improve Education

Pearson Survey Shows High Levels of Personal Tablet, Smartphone Use in Elementary, Middle and High SchoolsNEW YORK – April 29, 2013 – Nine in ten of today’s elementary, middle and high school students believe that mobile devices will change the way students learn in the future (92 percent) and make learning more fun (90 percent), according to a new study conducted by Harris Interactive and released today by Pearson. The majority (69 percent) of elementary, middle and high school students would like to use mobile devices more in the classroom.


This is a resource from the Digital Library at San Francisco's Exploratorium. Kid friendly experiments and explorations for curious minds. October 2008 10 02 Diamagnetism Activity This activity provides instructions for demonstrating diamagnetism using a grape and a strong rare

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Mobile Computing

It’s hard to imagine being told to leave your device at home and to enter a Wi- Fi-free zone for most of your working day.