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A MobiMOOC hello (home)
General information on the course
Earn Badges and a 500$ Award
List of all the recorded webinars can be viewed here
A list of all the 18 mLearning projects that were build during MobiMOOC can be found here
Week 1: 8 - 14 September 2012
Introduction to mLearning
fac: Inge de Waard
Planning a project
mLearning - basic concepts
Week 2: 15 - 22 September
Collaborative look at mLearning tools
(fac: all of us participants together)
Global issues on mLearning
(fac: John Traxler)
Mobile Learning Curriculum Framework
(fac: Adele Botha)
mLearning tools for classrooms
(fac: peer group, so all of us)
Week 3: 23 - 29 September
Mobile activism & education
(fac. Sean Abajian)
Mobiles for development (m4d/ICT4D)
(fac: Michael Sean Gallagher)
(fac. David Parsons)
Mobile health (mHealth)
(fac. Malcolm Lewis)
From pedagogical theory to mLearning practice
Train the trainer
(fac. Jacqueline Batchelor)
List of profiles of facilitators and speakers can be found here
General MOOC information
Coping with MOOC abundance
History of MOOC: the pioneers
MobiMOOC spaces on the web
Learning actions: plan your learning speed
Why use different online spaces?
Train the trainer
Train the trainer
General highlights (provided on demand of participants):
The list of all the
recorded MobiMOOC webinars
can be found here
Webinar on mLearning for train-the-trainer
given by Jacqueline Batchelor was given on
Monday 24 September 2012.
During this webinar Jacqueline Batchelor gave a structured overview of train-the-trainer issues, challenges and guidelines.
This webinar recording can be viewed at this WizIQ URL (make sure you have a headset for optimal listening/speaking quality):
This webinar recording can be viewed at this URL via YouTube
Or for those on mobile here:
Or if you are interested in the slides of the presentation, look here:
Group on train-the-trainer (Jacqueline Batchelor):
Information on this topic:
Hi to All and welcome to the Train the trainer section of MobiMOOC2012.
My name is Jacqueline Batchelor and I will be your guide-on-the-side for this week. I reside in Johannesburg, South Africa situated on the tip of Africa where I enjoy beautiful sunshine for most of the year and have the privilege of being part of a rainbow nation.
Topics to be covered:
Trainer roles and responsibilities
Trainer mindset and ethics
Exploiting the affordances of multiple and diverse mobile technologies and their integration
Comparing Pedagogy to Andragogy
Dealing with diversity
Understand the training planning process
How to prepare a basic training module
Planned activities for this week:
I am planning a variety of activities kicking off with an introductory webinar followed by a discussion forum.
I have created a #mobitrain for an hour twitter chat session every 3 days (specific GMT time to be announced at a later stage) as an opportunity for all to catch up and reflect. I will save the chats and make them available afterwards for easy access.
During this time together I would also like to explore two training scenarios with differing perspectives.
The first will be to study the complexities of developing material and executing training in a developing world context.
The second scenario and one that I am not too familiar with and will rely on contributions from the mobiMOOC community to further our understanding of training in a developed world context.
Bio and Contact Information
I am a senior lecturer of mobile learning in the Faculty of Education at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. I have a particular empathy for teachers in general and dedicate my time to pre-service as well as in-service teacher development.
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