1004 Innovative Solutions: Using Real-world Practice in Mobile Learning

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, June 10


Lone Star F

As organizations realize the value of mobile learning, an increased number are jumping at the opportunity to offer their employees mobile training opportunities. Currently, many mobile learning applications focus on delivering content. However, the most effective learning comes from applying information, especially with peers. How can you create mobile learning opportunities for learners to practice new concepts and receive real-time feedback from peers?

In this session, you will learn the value of providing learners with the opportunity to practice new information in a nonthreatening setting in order to advance professional skills. You’ll also see how cutting-edge organizations are successfully implementing these innovative methods. You’ll then look individually at scenario-based practices and peer feedback opportunities in mobile learning, using a video platform. What exactly are these methods, why are they important, and how can you effectively use them to create valuable trainings?

In this session, you will learn:

  • How organizations are adopting more mobile training approaches to address training needs
  • About the value of scenario-based practices and peer feedback opportunities in mobile learning programs
  • To develop a plan to incorporate scenario-based practices and peer feedback opportunities in mobile learning programs
  • To view mobile learning opportunities in a new way
  • About real-life mobile practices to improve your professional skills

Novice to advanced designers, project managers, and directors.

Technology discussed in this session:
Mobile phones (Apple or Android).

Angie Generose

Instructional Designer


Angie Generose, an instructional designer for SkillStore, has a master’s degree in educational psychology and a graduate certificate in online learning. She is currently a PhD candidate and is studying best practices in designing programs to develop people skills. Angie has taught and designed courses for the Community College of Denver for four years and has also worked on numerous grants to design and deliver innovative training programs. She has worked for organizations including Colorado State University–Global, Phronesis Global Solutions, and Denver Public Schools. At SkillStore, Angie designs mobile-based employee training modules.

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