The Mobile Learning
Mindset series offers practical knowledge and strategies for successful
implementation of K-12 BYOD programs and 1:1 initiatives. This six-book
collection provides district leaders, principals, teachers, IT staff,
educational coaches and parents with the information they need to make any
mobile learning program a success.
The next generation of learners must be able to think
critically about real-world problems and come up with creative solutions. While
technology can help facilitate these goals, teachers must understand how to
effectively integrate technology to drive deeper learning. That's where The
Teacher's Guide to Implementation
comes in, offering insight and inspiration to
teachers who are about to participate in a mobile device initiative or already
Through practical examples the book addresses how to leverage
mobile technology to:
- Center learning around the student.
- Provide efficient formative assessments.
- Facilitate parent communication and professional development.
Other books in this series:
Learning Mindset: The District Leader's Guide to Implementation
Learning Mindset: The Principal's Guide to Implementation
Mobile Learning Mindset: The Coach's Guide to Implementation
Learning Mindset: The Parent's Guide to Supporting Digital Age
Learning Mindset: The IT Professional's Guide to Implementation
About the Author
Carl Hooker is director of innovation and
digital learning at Eanes Indepenedent School District in Austin, Texas. He is
the founder of “iPadpalooza,” a three-day learning festival in
celebration of the shift iPads have brought about in education and beyond.
Hooker was named Tech & Learning Magazine’s 2014 Leader of the Year and he
is a member of the Apple Distinguished Educator class of 2013.