Mobile Learning Experience 2012 - April 11-13 in Phoenix, Arizona


Interested in iPad, iPod touch, tablets, netbooks, laptops, phones, apps, podcasting, Android, iOS, and web-based tools? Excited about mobile technology for learning and teaching? Want to connect with other educators and learn from their successes and challenges? Then join me for Mobile Learning Experience 2012 April 11-13 in Phoenix, Arizona.

It's my pleasure to be on the team organizing Mobile Learning Experience 2012. It's the second year of this terrific conference. If you'd like to get a feel for 2011's conference, then read dozens of blog posts submitted during the event.

Registration for Mobile Learning Experience 2012 is open. You can save $200 if you register before January 20, 2012. 

Please consider applying to present a session at Mobile Learning 2012. We're looking for presentations that address topics like:

  • Web-based tools
  • Netbooks and laptops
  • iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone
  • Mobile phones
  • Classroom management
  • One-to-one learning environments
  • Personalized learning
  • Collaborative learning
  • Project-based learning
  • Inquiry learning
  • Research about mobile learning
  • Assistive technology
  • Common Core
  • Science, math, and language
  • Higher order thinking

Presenters receive a $50 discount on registration.The deadline for session proposals is November 16, 2011. Read more about the call for proposals.

The event will offer dozens of breakouts sessions, but the best part is connecting with other conference participants. As I'm reading Steve Job's biography, I'm learning that he believed in the power of random encounters. Walter Isaacson, the biography's author, wrote:

Despite being a denizen of the digital world, or maybe because he knew all too well its isolating potential, Steve was a strong believer in face-to-face meetings. "There's a temptation is our networked age to think that ideas can be developed by email and iChat," he said. "That's crazy. Creativity comes from spontaneous meetings. From random discussions. You run into someone. You ask what they are doing. You say, 'Wow,' and soon you're cooking up all sorts of ideas."

That's certainly what happened at 2011's conference and I look forward to cooking up all sorts of ideas April 11-13, 2012!