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1 Dr. Renee RobinsonDr. Julie McNellis Chair and Associate ProfessorAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Communication Saint Xavier University, Chicago

2 The Teaching-Learning Process Kolbs Experiential Learning Model (ELM) iPad Pilot Study Discussion Questions and Brainstorming

3 Teacher StudentSubject Communication Instructional Technology Learning Style Agency Motivation Preparation Pedagogical Content Knowledge (Paulson, 2001) Technological Proficiency (Bryson & Hand, 2007)

4 General Ed COMM sections per semester Primarily FT faculty Course Objectives Presenting Effectively Speaking Listening Information/Digital Literacy Audience Analysis CELE Proposal iPad Lab

5 Changed the way:Classrooms operateTeachers educate

6 AccommodatorDivergerConvergerAssimilator Based on how students prefer to perceive (feel/think) and process (do/watch) information. Perceiving - concrete experiences and abstract conceptualizations. Processing - experimentation and reflective observation.

7 AccommodatorDivergerConvergerAssimilator CE/AE Active engagement simulations; recall CE/RO More reflective than action Presentations, group discussion; opinion papers RO/AC Ideas not people Theory not practicality AC/AE Both tinkers and doers Prefers tasks not people

8 25 iPads Panopto Blackboard Apps SpeakIt! AudioMemos Digital Recording Lecture Capture Video Storage Interactive Exercises

9 AudioMemos SpeakIt! Notes Learning Management System

10 N = 50 students 33 Females 52% White 66% Freshmen 17 Males Average Age: 19

11 68% of students had no experience with iPads 92% reported no need for training

12 Speed Access to Information Promoted Learning Advanced Technology Literacy Skills

13 ReliabilityCan make things too easyDistraction (Abbondanza & Taranto, 2009; Sherblom, 2010)

14 Research Access online texts Library Databases View Examples Instructor Notes Youtube Clips Deliver Speeches Take Notes Record Audio

15 Students dont perceive theyre learning Teachers/students both need development Faculty must use the device meaningfully

16 Higher Education must change Technology competencies must be established for faculty Instructional competencies must be established for faculty

17 CostTeacher Role Educator – Collaborator in course design, assignments, and teaching

18 What kinds of mobile technology exist in the classroom? How can the device be used instructionally? How can mobile technology assist in learning? What kinds of assignments can be created using mobile technology? How might we assess apps and assignments?

19 Mobile Device TypeClassroom Use of DeviceMobile Technology AssignmentsApp/Assignment Rubric

20 Dr. Renee Robinson Chair and Associate Professor Department of Communication Saint Xavier University


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