Tag: mobile learning
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5th August 2016, by , in Blog
With the start of the new term fast approaching, shops and websites are fully stocked with new products for the “back-to-school” market. However, beyond new pens and pencils, or even laptops and tablets, this year’s returning students will have a host of novel ways to experience and direct their learning via technology. We’ve put together...
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6th July 2016, by , in Blog
Given that there are few teachers out there who wouldn’t describe themselves as ‘busy’, it’s hardly surprising that so many app developers the world over have jumped at the chance to provide useful apps for teachers. Today, there are apps for just about anything you can think of – whether it’s weight watching, TV channel...
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2nd June 2016, by , in Blog
We recently posted this guide to what mobile learning is, and how you can make the most of it in the classroom. To follow on from that, we’ve found five great mobile apps that you can use in the classroom. All of the five apps listed below can be used alongside existing teaching techniques in...
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27th May 2016, by , in Blog
As an e-learning provider, at Titus we follow the trends of technology in the classroom particularly closely. One such trend – which has been around for a number of years but is now becoming noticeably more prominent – is mobile learning. We say a few years – mobile learning (or mlearning as it’s also known)...
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4th May 2016, by , in Blog
To imagine how different the future classroom might look, we need only think about the classroom ten years ago. What was so different in 2006? There were no tablets – and mobile technology was seen as an unnecessary distraction from learning. Learning platforms were, relatively, in their infancy. Personalised learning had only just been featured in...
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22nd April 2016, by , in Blog
The internet has made finding resources easier – but there’s so much choice! Where should you go for the best e-learning resources? How many websites will you need to trawl through before you find something worth using? To help you find great resources to use in your classroom – and to use in your e-learning...
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14th April 2016, by , in Blog
The most amazing – and challenging – thing about the human brain is that every single one is different. No two brains are exactly the same. Why challenging? Well, from a teacher’s point of view, you have one, two, possibly three dozen brains all taking in the information you provide in every class. And the...
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4th March 2016, by , in Blog
It has been a hot topic among teachers for many years – should mobile technology be used in the classroom? It used to be a rule that mobile phones must be switched off to avoid distractions, however increasingly mobile technology is being embraced by schools as part of the learning process. To an extent the...
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21st September 2015, by , in Blog
A recent global study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has suggested that schools’ investment in classroom technology may not have the positive effect on results that many institutions had hoped for. The report concluded that education systems which had invested in technology in the classroom on a large scale had not seen...
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10th April 2015, by , in Blog
Perhaps the most obvious difference between classroom based and online learning is the latter’s availability from any location at any time. One particular benefit of a VLE in this regard is the ability to use it to support teaching and learning if the school is forced to close, whether that’s due to extreme weather, security...

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