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Mobile Learning Report Card

MOBILE LEARNING REPORT CARD Advancements in mobile technology are rapidly changing the way students learn. Schools are seeing the potential too, and noting that mobile devices like tablets and notebooks are cheaper than most laptops and need less infrastructure to support them. Here's a quick look at mobile device use among U.S. students and schools. Digital Devices in Schools U.S. trails other nations in mobile leaming adoption %24 billion is spent each year on K-12 textbooks in the U.S. %24 %24 Jay Diskey, executive director of the Association of American Publishers' school division notes that nearly $8 billion is spent each year on K-12 textbooks in the U.S. alone. Lorem ipsum dolor sit am Lan paum dalor st ames, consectetur adiplecine lem an, et ubioes dui. 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THE NEED FOR SPEED more U.S. students need broadband access A+ Internet Research suggests that home use of computers and broadband technologies for learning can significantly boost math and reading achievement for students at various stages in their education. It has also Math & Reading Achievement Scores go up when kids use connected devices been shown to motivate students and to increase the relevance of content during school hours-ultimately improving student achievement.5 The Department of 1/3 Education's National Education Technology Plan addresses the fact that "about a third of Americans – 100 million people – have not adopted broadband of americans have not at home. Students need home broadband to adopted broadband at home access digital content and to complete Internet based homework."6 CONNECTED KIDS mobile device use by school-aged children 100% h00% 2016 of K-12 students will use mobile handheld devices for education by 2016 Elliot Soloway, founder and chief executive of GoKnow, an education consultancy, predicts that every K-12 student in America will be using a mobile handheld device as a part of learning by 2016.7 1 & 2. 3. 4. 5. Gill Valentine Et Al., Children And Young People's Home Use Of Ict For Educ. Purposes: The Impact On Attainment At Key Stages 1-4, At 8–9 (2005), available at 6. 7. -Mobile-

Mobile Learning Report Card

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Recognizing the potential for mobile devices to improve education in the U.S., FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and Education Secretary Arne Duncan have said they want all students to have digital te...


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