Advances in mobile learning may open new doors of potential for engaging, authentic, and accessible instruction.  This section includes journals, initiatives, policies, and other resources which may be of benefit for curriculum developers and teachers.

Frisco ISD's Bring your Own Device (BYOD) Policy

See Frisco (Texas) Independent School District's BYOD policy.


Mobile Learning for Teachers in Latin America: Exploring the Potential of Mobile Technologies to Support Teachers and improve Practice

This paper, part of the UNESCO Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning, looks at how mobile devices are being used, or could be used, to support the work of teachers and enhance their professional development.


1000 Education Apps Organized By Subject & Price

Sure, there are plenty of apps you can use in education. There are even apps created specifically for use in education. Apple has a whole category dedicated to education in the App store. But how do you really know which ones are worth downloading, or possibly even paying for?

TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) to the rescue! TCEA regularly tests available apps and recommends apps that teachers should be using.

TCEA maintains a list of recommended apps in a shared document via Google Docs. The list is organized by subject area and free apps are color coded in white.

Source: Edudemic blog


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