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The Case of the iPad - Mobile Literacies in Education
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The Case of the iPad - Mobile Literacies in Education
von: Cathy Burnett, Guy Merchant, Alyson Simpson, Maureen Walsh
Springer-Verlag, 2017
ISBN: 9789811043642
277 Seiten, Download: 5104 KB
 
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  Contents 5  
  Editors and Contributors 7  
  List of Figures 9  
  Introduction 10  
  1 The Case of the iPad 13  
     Moving Targets 15  
     Inside the Case 17  
     Smear 19  
     Are We Moving? 20  
     Are We Learning? 22  
     And 24  
     References 25  
  2 The Fluid Materiality of Tablets: Examining ‘the iPad Multiple’ in a Primary Classroom 27  
     Introduction 27  
     Researching Tablets 29  
     iPad as Schooled Device 32  
     iPad as Plaything 34  
     iPad as Community Artefact 35  
     iPad as One Among Many Objects 36  
     The Fluid Materiality of the ‘Tablet Multiple’ 36  
     Implications of the iPad Multiple 38  
     References 39  
  3 Russian Dolls and Three Forms of Capital: Ecological and Sociological Perspectives on Parents’ Engagement with Young Children’s Tablet Use 42  
     Introduction 42  
     Ecological and Sociological Perspectives 43  
     The Study 45  
     Parental Engagement in Young Children’s Use of Tablets 46  
        Microsystem 46  
        Mesosystem 51  
        Exosystem 52  
        Macrosystem 52  
        Chronosystem 53  
     Conclusion 55  
     Acknowledgements 56  
     References 56  
  4 Chasing Literacies Across Action Texts and Augmented Realities: E-Books, Animated Apps, and Pokémon Go 59  
     Three Models of Literacy Learning in iPad Play 60  
     Theoretical Framework for Examining Literacy Learning Models 62  
     Methods 63  
     Reading an E-Book, a Digital Literacy Illustration 64  
     Multiplayer Collaboration with an Animation App, a Participatory Literacy Illustration 66  
     Playing Pokémon Go, a Socio-Material Literacy Example 70  
     Literacy Models as Waves and Ripples 72  
     References 73  
  5 Multimodal Layering: Students Learning with iPads in Primary School Classrooms 77  
     Scenario 77  
     Introduction 78  
     Theoretical Perspective 79  
     Epistemological Metaphors 79  
     Methodology 82  
     Framework for Analysis 84  
     Exemplars with Descriptive Analysis 84  
        Exemplar 1: Reading Phase 85  
        Exemplar 2: Writing Phase 87  
        Exemplar 3: Talking and Listening Phase (Private) 87  
        Exemplar 4: Talking and Listening Phase (Public) 88  
        Exemplar 5: Critical Reflection 89  
     Coda 90  
     Summary 90  
     Discussion 91  
     Conclusion 93  
     References 93  
  6 The New Digital Divide: Digital Technology Policies and Provision in Canada and Australia 96  
     Introduction 96  
     The Rapid Shifts in the Technology Landscape of Schooling 97  
        Policy and Centralized/Decentralized Systems 98  
        Testing and Technology 99  
        ‘Take Up’ of Mobile Devices 100  
        Bring Your Own Device 101  
        Domesticating the Device 102  
        Affordances of iPads 103  
     Mapping the Landscape of Provision 103  
     Digital Policies and Practices in School and at Home 106  
     Risk Management 108  
     Surveillance and Control 108  
     Technological Shifts in Complex Entangled Environments: Implications for Practice 109  
     Acknowledgements 111  
     References 111  
  7 Slate-Enabled Literacy Practices in a Futureschool@Singapore Classroom 114  
     Mobile and Twenty-First Century Literacies 114  
     Researching the Mobile Literacies ‘Ecosystem’ 116  
        National Level 117  
        School Level 117  
     A Classroom Micro-ethnographic Approach 119  
        Literacy Event 1: Pre-writing 120  
     Activity System 1.1––Developing a Coherent Content 120  
     Activity System 1.2—Sharing Digital Writing Plan 123  
        Literacy Event 2: Teacher/Peer Assessment 125  
     Activity System 2.1––Peer Assessment 125  
     Literacy Practices and Outcomes 129  
     Conclusion 130  
     References 131  
  8 Apps and Autodidacts: Wayfaring and Emplaced Thinking on iPads 134  
     Introduction 134  
     Applying Ingold’s Ontology 135  
     Tutoring by Design: An iPad-Driven Tutoring Research Study 136  
        Context 136  
        Data Analyses 137  
     Unpacking Autodidacticism and Its Wayfaring Properties 138  
     Focal Case Study: The Case of Cole and His Tablet 140  
        Journeying Through Cole’s Castle of Mind 140  
        Cole’s Wayfaring Ways 141  
        Clashes Between Linear Schooling Models and Rhizomatic Wayfaring Models 144  
        From Autodidacticism to Design Work 144  
        Apps as Autodidacts 147  
     Following Wayfarers 148  
     References 149  
  9 Game 2 Engage: Using iPads to Mediate and Develop Social Relationships in College Learning 152  
     Introduction 153  
     The Project Participants 154  
     Fancy Spaces for Learning 155  
     Making IT Personal (MITP) 156  
     Preparing the Digital Media Students and the Launch Event 156  
     Technology: Combining the Mundane and the Exotic 158  
     Learning Support Staff and Tandem Learning 160  
     Negotiating Identities 161  
     Learning at the Mall 162  
     Conclusions 163  
     Afterword 166  
     References 166  
  10 The Affordances of Touchscreen Tablets and Digital Cameras as Tools for Young Children’s Multimodal, Multilingual Composing 168  
     Theoretical Frame 169  
     Study 1: The Prekindergarten eBook Project 171  
        Research Context 171  
        Digital Tools and eBook Composing Routines 171  
        The Affordances of Digital Tools 173  
     Study 2: The Second Grade eBook Project 177  
        Research Context 178  
        Digital Tools and eBook Composing Routines 178  
        The Affordances of Digital Tools 179  
     Discussion 183  
     References 185  
  11 Personalized Story-Making on the iPad: Opportunities for Developing the Self and Building Closeness with Others 188  
     Introduction 188  
     Multimedia Personalized Stories 189  
     Sociocultural Theories of the Self 189  
     Closeness Through Collaborative Story-Making 190  
     Methodology 191  
        Method 192  
           Observation 192  
           Analysis 192  
     Findings 194  
        Personalization Empowers the Child to Have an Emotive Effect on the Immediate Audience 194  
        Personalization Enables the Child to Reflect on Self-Competencies 195  
        Personalization Offers a Chance for the Child to Celebrate Important Relationships 196  
        Personalization Can Connect Different Parts of a Child’s Life 197  
     Discussion 198  
     References 201  
  12 Children’s Engagement with iPads in Early Years Classrooms: Exploring Peer Cultures and Transforming Practices 203  
     Introduction: Touchscreen Devices and Schooled Literacies 203  
     Apps, Literacy Goals and Expanding Communicative Repertoires 204  
     The Study, Data Collection, Selection and Analysis 206  
     Episode 1: Letter Formation—Lucy Traces Letters 207  
     Episode 2: Paul Explores a Phonics App 208  
     Episode 3: Blaise and Harry Steering the Robot 209  
     Episode 4: Amalia, Abida and Sarah Play Lego Friends © 211  
     Discussion: Apps in the Classroom and Print Literacy Goals 213  
     Apps, Operational Skills Associated with Touchscreen Devices, and Expanding Repertoires for Meaning Making 214  
     Shared Cultural Resources, Emerging Peer Cultures and the Significance of the Material Environment 215  
     References 217  
  13 Collaborative and Dialogic Meaning-Making: How Children Engage and Immerse in the Storyworld of a Mobile Game 219  
     Introduction 219  
     Playing or Reading 220  
     Immersion in the Storyworld 222  
     Engagement with the Strategic Play of the Game 225  
     Collaboration or Competition 227  
     Conclusion 229  
     Acknowledgements 231  
     References 231  
  14 Relational Methodologies for Mobile Literacies: Intra-action, Rhythm, and Atmosphere 234  
     Introduction 234  
     Moving Methodologies Forward 236  
     Moving Methodology from Interaction to Intra-action: The Case of the iPad in Education 237  
     Project Background 238  
     Rhythms and Atmospheres of New Media Making with iPads 240  
        Rhythm 240  
        Atmosphere 245  
     Relational Methodologies for Mobile Literacies: Moving Forward with the Past 248  
     References 249  
  15 Hands, Fingers and iPads 252  
     Introduction 252  
     Handy Devices 253  
     New Tablets in Young Hands 255  
     A Different Story 258  
     Lessons in Handiness 259  
     Reflections on Touchscreens 260  
     References 261  
  16 Mobile Literacies: Moving from the Word to the World 264  
     Place in Space: How Mobile Are My Literacies? 266  
     Where to Next and What Counts? 270  
     References 271  
  Index 273  


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