Year 2013, Volume 12, Issue 2, Pages 375 - 383 2013-12-01

Mobil Öğrenmenin Öğrencilerin Motivasyon, Başarı ve Derse Katılımına Olan Etkisi: Literatür Taraması
Impacts of Mobile Learning in Motivation, Engagement and Achievement of Learners

Selcan Kilis [1]

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Mobil teknolojiler taşınabilirlik, elverişlilik, zaman ve mekândan bağımsızlık, esneklik, vs. gibi özelliklerinden dolayı son yıllarda eğitim alanında birçok alanda sıkça görülmektedir. Ancak; eğitimciler, öğretmenler ve öğrenciler eğitimde mobil teknolojilerin bazı dezavantajları olduğunu söylemekte ve bu kapsamda yapılan çalışmalara göre, mobil öğrenmenin eğitime yararları konusunda bazı çelişkiler olduğu görülmektedir. Temel sorunlar genel olarak donanımsal problemler (küçük ekran boyutu, düşük çözünürlük, vs.), teknik problemler, öğrencilerin motivasyonu, derse katılımı, başarısı, vs. ile ilgili çeşitli faktörler ile ilgilidir. Bu bağlamda, bu çalışma boyunca daha önce yapılan çalışmalar incelenmiştir. Daha önceki çalışmalar, mobil teknolojilerin bu kapsamda bazı dezavantajları olduğunu göstermekte ve mobil teknolojilerin eğitime başarılı ve etkin bir şekilde entegre edilebilmesi için öğrencilerin motivasyonu, başarısı ve derse etkin katılımı gibi faktörlerin iyi düşünülmesi gerektiğini göstermektedir
The integration of mobile technology into the education is widely proliferated in recent years due to portability, convenience, independence of time, location, flexibility, and so on. However, there are some conflicts among educators, teachers and students with regards to the implications of mobile technology in educational settings. Main challenges are related with hardware limitations such as small screen size, low resolution, etc. technical problems, motivation, engagement and achievement of students and so on. Literature was reviewed in this frame. This study is investigated to both profits and drawbacks of mobile technology and critical points in this consideration. Previous studies declared that there are some critical issues related with these factors and should be taken into consideration for intended integration of mobile technology successfully and effectively into educational settings
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Author: Selcan Kilis
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Publication Date: December 1, 2013

APA Kilis, S . (2013). Impacts of Mobile Learning in Motivation, Engagement and Achievement of Learners. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 12 (2), 375-383. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/jss/issue/24234/256902