Teachers could soon be conducting lessons in holograms around a family's dinner table if mobile technology continues to evolve, an award-winning Auckland teacher says.
Nathan Kerr from Howick College recently represented New Zealand at one of the world's largest teaching conferences, in Washington DC, and has come home with some exciting prospects for incorporating m-learning, or learning through mobile devices, into the curriculum.
As soon as next year, mobile phones will have in-built projectors, and Mr Kerr forecasts this will let students do things such as use their phone to create a film about a subject they are studying, then project it on to a wall in the classroom.
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