I know district administrators who own smartphones but only use a fraction of their capability; I know superintendents who unequivocally reject what smartphones do and what they stand for; I also know administrators who are crafty users of smartphones but still don't appreciate them as a viable alternative in 1:1 environments. So, here's an overview.
Here is a review of the movement of mobile access:
Here's how we can use them to connect and learn:
Here's some of their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats as the movement of mobile access relates to learning:
Here is an example of what the use of mobile access could look like:
Using Mobile Devices with Teaching & LearningHere are some resources and current thinking on mobile learning: