In a paper recommended by Tessa Gray (here), she pulls out the following quote:
There is an ongoing need to examine the pedagogies that are suitable for m-learning, and to conceptualise m-learning from the perspective of learners’ experiences rather than the affordances of the technology tools (Traxler 2007, p. 1)Tessa goes on to explain that Viewing mobile learning from a pedagogical perspective "unpacks a pedagogical framework - developed from two mobile learning projects (Australia and UK) from a socio-cultural perspective". She also indicates that the 3 aspects highlighted are authenticity, collaboration and personalisation.
What are your own experiences with mLearning (either as a learner or a facilitator / teacher / trainer)? What are your responses to the framework in the paper? Is it something you might find useful?
Reference: "Guidelines for learning/teaching/tutoring in a mobile environment". MOBIlearn. October 2003. p. 6. Retrieved June 8, 2009.