Recently there has been a rise in what are called “micro learning moments”. These are very short moments in time when students can access learning material on their mobile device allowing more frequent opportunities to review class material. As mobile devices are always with learners (and they are continually looking at them for updates on facebook) why not get your students to use their device as a tool to learn?
The instructor share the methods to put all your course information on easy to build and use Google Sites. Enable your students to access the information ubiquitously, that is anytime and anywhere. Students who reported using their devices for ‘micro moment’ learning scored higher than average on assignments and exams. Also, by using free Google Site Analytics with your course websites, you can to learn more about how the students used the site, what they liked, and where they “dropped-off” using their devices. This paper discusses a study using Google education tools to enhance student micro learning moments. Both qualitative and quantitative feedback will be discussed.
Instructor, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Certified Innovation
Warren has been an educator for 24 years, and he earned his Doctorate in Education (EdD) in 2002, studying in-class FLOW: Optimal Engagement and Learner Motivation. Warren began his work in technology with start-ups in Silicon Valley by working in Communication and HR. Currently Warren is a Tech Trainer/Advisor and PD Trainer for primary and secondary schools, universities, and businesses in Hong Kong, China, and Asia.
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Sunday September 11, 2016 9:40am - 10:40am
SSC Room 5