Mobile technologies in teacher education: Preparing pre-service teachers and teacher educators for mobile learning
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As more and more children bring personal mobile devices to school, schools struggle to formulate policies that acknowledge their power as learning tools. Until quite recently, policy often simply prohibited the use of mobile phones in any form while on school grounds, despite parental approval for students to carry them for personal safety and convenience.
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