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Interactive Learning Environments Vol. 17, No. 4 (December 2009) pp. 367–382
This article examines the potential of mobile computing and Web 2.0 technology to support knowledge building in formal and informal settings. Desktop-based knowledge building tools have limited affordances of supporting one-to-one access, learning ...
Transformation of Participation and Learning: Three Case Studies of Young Learners Harnessing Mobile Technologies for Seamless Science Learning
Asia-Pacific Education Researcher Vol. 26, No. 5 (2017) pp. 305–316
The main goal of this research is to understand how young children use mobile technology such as smartphones to traverse different learning contexts and harness a constellation of resources to make sense of their science learning in daily lives. We...
Seamless Learning in the Mobile Age: A Theoretical and Methodological Discussion on Using Cooperative Inquiry to Study Digital Kids On-the-Move
Learning, Media and Technology Vol. 38, No. 3 (2013) pp. 301–318
This paper shares the theoretical and methodological frameworks that are deployed in a 3-year study to examine how Singapore primary school students leverage on mobile technology for seamless learning. This notion of seamless learning refers to the...
Chee-Kit Looi; Lung-Hsiang Wong; Hyo-Jeong So; Peter Seow; Yancy Toh; Wenli Chen; Baohui Zhang; Cathie Norris; Elliot Soloway
Computers & Education Vol. 53, No. 4 (December 2009) pp. 1120–1132
With the mass adoption of mobile computing devices by the current school generation, significant opportunities have emerged for genuinely supporting differentiated and personalized learning experiences through mobile devices. In our school-based...
BaoHui Zhang; Chee-Kit Looi; Peter Seow; Gean Chia; Lung-Hsiang Wong; Wenli Chen; Hyo-Jeong So; Elliot Soloway; Cathie Norris
Computers & Education Vol. 55, No. 4 pp. 1504–1523
The history of science education reform has been fundamentally centered around science curriculum development and implementation. The advent of mobile technologies has necessitated a re-examination of how students could better learn science through...