The leading edge of Pearson is innovating every day in and around digital, online and blended learning models. At the core of what we value in the digital products we build for teachers and learners is a belief that learning design is a key to successful use that enhances teaching and learning experiences–making them available, engaging, pedagogically sound, learner-centered and research based.  This session will discuss our approach, provide a number of examples of how some teachers are having a huge impact in their teaching by using mobile, as well as provide examples of how to engage students. Audience members will rate each example with real-time polling and there will be time to discuss the merits of the top-rated approaches.

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