Kids today have gone wireless. It seems nearly impossible to pry them away from their laptops, tablets and smartphones.
A 2009 Parent/Teen Cell Phone Survey conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International found that 74 percent of teens surveyed owned a cellular or smartphone, up from 45 percent in 2004. Further, the vast majority of participants received their first cell phone between the ages of 10 and 15.
It should come as no surprise that both private companies and educators are getting on board with mobile learning. Through the power of smartphones, students are able to learn beyond the classroom parameters. They can stream lectures, access course notes and participate in classroom blogs, podcasts and discussion boards.
To meet the diverse needs of students and schools, it is especially important to contact mobile application developers, which can customize smartphone-based learning to meet these diverse and changing needs in the classroom. Make use of mobile development training to offer comprehensive instruction on the platform to which pupils and trainees alike are accustomed.
Contact Stacey Burris at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.309.670.7595 and ask for a mobile learning demo today!