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Optimising teaching and learning with mobile intensive pedagogies DP150101214

Funding: 2015: $110,000
2016: $105,500
2017: $90,000

Project Member(s): Aubusson, P., Kearney, M., Zowghi, D., Schuck, S., Burke, P.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)

Start year: 2015

Summary: Mobile technologies are ubiquitous in Australia but knowledge about their widespread effective application for school education is patchy. This research investigates the complex factors that promote or inhibit quality teaching and learning with mobile technologies in secondary schools. This project brings together multidisciplinary expertise to investigate mobile learning. It will support the development of effective teaching practices and school initiatives that exploit mobile technologies to improve education outcomes in mathematics and science. The project will establish cutting edge instruments, validated and tested in Australian contexts, which can be adapted for future large scale work in the field of technology-enhanced learning.

Publications:

Kearney, M, Burke, PF & Schuck, S 2019, 'The iPAC Scale: A Survey to Measure Distinctive Mobile Pedagogies', TechTrends, vol. 63, no. 6, pp. 751-764.
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Bano, M, Zowghi, D, Kearney, M, Schuck, S & Aubusson, P 2018, 'Mobile learning for science and mathematics school education: A systematic review of empirical evidence', Computers and Education, vol. 121, pp. 30-58.
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Bano, M, Zowghi, D & Kearney, M 2017, 'Feature Based Sentiment Analysis for Evaluating the Mobile Pedagogical Affordances of Apps', Tomorrow’s Learning: Involving Everyone. Learning with and about Technologies and Computing, IFIP TC 3 World Conference on Computers in Education, Springer, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 281-291.
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Keywords: mobile learning, teacher education, maths and science education

FOR Codes: Educational Technology and Computing, Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators, Secondary Education, Teaching and Instruction Technologies, Pedagogy, Teacher and Instructor Development