Saturday, August 13, 2005
Mobile phones have become a ubiquitous, unavoidable part of daily life, with an estimated three out of every five children under 15 owning one. But instead of teachers continually trying to fight the distraction as the phones find their way into classrooms, the idea now is that they get students to use them for learning.
The proposed adoption of these devices in learning comes largely as a result of the m-learning project completed by the Learning and Shills Development Agency (LSDA), in which they used hybrid phone/personal digital assistant (PDA) devices in an effort to teach and motivate young adults who are not in employment, education or training.
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