Student engagement in mobile learning: breakdowns and breakthroughs

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Abstract

The ubiquity of mobile devices together with the potential to bridge classroom learning to real-world has added a new angle to contextualising mathematics learning. The goal of this research was to evaluate student engagement in a series of mobile learning activities. The research was a mixed method study using the micro, meso and macro (M3) evaluation framework. Twenty-four Primary 7 students participated in the study. The mobile learning activities were found to have facilitated visualisation, encouraged reflection and promoted active learning. However, some issues regarding mobile use has affected student engagement with the activity. The challenges identified highlighted the role teachers play in designing and carrying out novel technology use.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCongress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education
EditorsUT Jankvist
Place of PublicationUtrecht, the Netherlands
PublisherFreudenthal Group & Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University and ERME
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jan 2020
EventCongress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education - Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Duration: 6 Feb 201910 Feb 2019

Conference

ConferenceCongress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education
CountryNetherlands
CityUtrecht
Period6/02/1910/02/19

Keywords

  • mobile learning
  • mathematics education
  • technology enhanced learning
  • issues of mobile learning
  • student engagement

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    Fabian, K. (2020). Student engagement in mobile learning: breakdowns and breakthroughs. In UT. Jankvist (Ed.), Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education Freudenthal Group & Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University and ERME.