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Mobile Devices & Mobile Education (Article Style) The Framework for the Rational Analysis of Mobile Education (FRAME) model describes mobile learning as a process resulting from the convergence of mobile technologies, human learning capacities, and social interaction. It addresses contemporary pedagogical issues of information overload, knowledge navigation, and collaboration in learning. This model is useful for guiding the development of future mobile devices, the development of learning materials, and the design of teaching and learning strategies for mobile education (Koole, 2009). Koole’s (2009) Framework for the Rational Analysis of Mobile Education (FRAME) builds on the three respective fundamental components of mobile learning: Device, learner, and social. Koole indicated that the intersection of these aspects allows designers and educators to consider at a deeper level the implications of involving any two of these aspects when designing mobile learning. These intersected components include device usability (i.e., device + learner), social technology (i.e., device + social), and interaction learning (i.e., learner + social). Finally, mobile learning is at the confluence of the device, learner, and social aspects. The FRAME model provides an intuitive and concise way for considering and designing mobile learning activities (Hsu & Ching, 2015). Koole developed a framework for the rational analysis of mobile education (FRAME) model which presents three aspects of mobile learning: the device, the learner, and the social environment. This model also highlights the intersections of each aspect (device usability, social technology, and interaction learning) and the primary intersection of the three aspects (mobile learning process) in a Venn diagram. What makes this FRAME model useful are the criteria and examples of each aspect and interaction and the checklist that might help educators plan and design mobile learning environments (Deb, 2012).
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© Best-Selling Mobile Devices @ DigiOpti.Net 2017
Mobile Education
Mobile Devices & Mobile Education (Article Style) The Framework for the Rational Analysis of Mobile Education (FRAME) model describes mobile learning as a process resulting from the convergence of mobile technologies, human learning capacities, and social interaction. It addresses contemporary pedagogical issues of information overload, knowledge navigation, and collaboration in learning. This model is useful for guiding the development of future mobile devices, the development of learning materials, and the design of teaching and learning strategies for mobile education (Koole, 2009). Koole’s (2009) Framework for the Rational Analysis of Mobile Education (FRAME) builds on the three respective fundamental components of mobile learning: Device, learner, and social. Koole indicated that the intersection of these aspects allows designers and educators to consider at a deeper level the implications of involving any two of these aspects when designing mobile learning. These intersected components include device usability (i.e., device + learner), social technology (i.e., device + social), and interaction learning (i.e., learner + social). Finally, mobile learning is at the confluence of the device, learner, and social aspects. The FRAME model provides an intuitive and concise way for considering and designing mobile learning activities (Hsu & Ching, 2015). Koole developed a framework for the rational analysis of mobile education (FRAME) model which presents three aspects of mobile learning: the device, the learner, and the social environment. This model also highlights the intersections of each aspect (device usability, social technology, and interaction learning) and the primary intersection of the three aspects (mobile learning process) in a Venn diagram. What makes this FRAME model useful are the criteria and examples of each aspect and interaction and the checklist that might help educators plan and design mobile learning environments (Deb, 2012).
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