Presentation Proposals for GLoCALL 2021

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Presenters
Main presenter
Dr. Mark PEGRUM
Affiliation
The University of Western Australia (Perth, Australia)
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Presentation details
Presentation title
Going Global, Going Local, Going Mobile
Presentation abstract
In this plenary, we will explore mobile learning at the intersection of the global and the local, examining it from two distinct angles. Firstly, we will focus on mobile learning in the sense of learning which is appropriate for an ever more mobile and superdiverse world; and secondly, we will focus on mobile learning in the sense of learning which exploits multiple levels of mobility, including the mobility of devices, the mobility of learners, and the mobility of learning experiences. We will go on to look at examples of innovative mobile language and literacy learning projects from around the world, drawing on cases from both the Global North and the Global South. It will be suggested that the most effective forms of mobile learning are contextually appropriate; exploit mobility on as many levels as possible; and, in some of the most pedagogically sophisticated cases, build connections between global and local learning. We will wrap up with some reflections on the need for educators and students to develop the critical mobile literacy to carefully evaluate the use of mobile devices, locally and globally, in education and in society as a whole.
Original submission
Keywords
Mobile learning
Topic
Application of technology to the language classroom
Possible presentation times
Presentation video
https://glocall.org/mod/bigbluebuttonbn/view.php?id=815
Comments or questions
Submitted by
Mark Pegrum
Submitted: Tuesday, 30 November 2021, 2:10 PM [JST]
Modified: Tuesday, 30 November 2021, 3:49 PM [JST]
Peer review
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Schedule
Schedule number
226-K