Using Activity Theory to Problematize the Role of the Teacher During Mobile Learning

@inproceedings{Cowan2013UsingAT,
  title={Using Activity Theory to Problematize the Role of the Teacher During Mobile Learning},
  author={Pamela Cowan and Ryan Butler},
  year={2013}
}
  • Pamela Cowan, Ryan Butler
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Research to date in mobile (m-)learning has focused mainly on the learners and the processes they utilize when learning using mobile technologies. This action research study considers the role of the teacher in (m-)learning—the responsibilities, the pedagogies employed in teaching when using mobile devices, and also the changing levels of power and control in the m-learning context. Activity theory (AT) is used as the lens through which the teacher’s role during m-learning is analyzed. The… CONTINUE READING

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