Making the most of MiLK : harnessing the contemporary culture and interests of natural born cyborg
Polson, Debra (2008) Making the most of MiLK : harnessing the contemporary culture and interests of natural born cyborg. In AGTA/STiS Conference 2008, September 29 - October 2 2008, University of the Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast, Queensland. (Unpublished)
MiLK is a mobile learning kit that allows students and teachers to author their own place-based learning events using simple web and mobile technologies. We will demonstrate how MiLK has been used by a number of teachers in various contexts to connect students, curriculum and everyday environments. This workshop will introduce participants to the various MiLK tools and processes; including mapping, designing, playing and reviewing events, group journals, discussion forums, student profiles, and class profiles. We will focus on the role of place as a potential resource for curriculum design and delivery. The MiLK Team are looking for enthusiastic mobile technology champions to join us. No previous experience or training in this area is needed. This workshop is designed to be relevant to all KLAs. During this session teachers will have an opportunity to experiment with simple tools to create dynamic resources for their own classrooms.
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