Project K-Nect

Mobile Learning Proves to Benefit At-Risk Students

Mobile Learning Proves to Benefit At-Risk Students

| July 20, 2011 | 3 Comments

As we explore the potential of mobile learning, especially as it relates to reaching out to disenfranchised students, the most recent results from Project K-Nect seem that much more relevant. The pilot program based in North Carolina, which we covered here on MindShift, was designed to make math more engaging for low-income kids with the […]

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What Exactly Can You Learn on a Mobile Phone?

What Exactly Can You Learn on a Mobile Phone?

| June 24, 2011 | 4 Comments

The mobile phone has been lauded as a tool with the potential to close the digital divide between the haves and have-nots. But what type of learning is best suited for a small mobile device?

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Can a Smart Phone Program Really Close the Achievement Gap?

Can a Smart Phone Program Really Close the Achievement Gap?

| March 29, 2011 | 5 Comments

Students from different geographic regions communicate socially, but also to help each other achieve the common goal of succeeding at Algebra 1. When asked what tech tools students would like to use in learning science and math, their reply was no surprise: “They said they wanted something that would utilize social networking technology — something […]

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