Posts Tagged ‘ student tracking ’

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Free mobile SMS service: Bullyproofing schools

“Some parents indicate cyberbullying is the source for their kids suicide”…
Spread the word and let’s get Bullyproof SMS software in schools…
it’s available for free!

How it Works:

Students text a report to a dedicated number and the report is then instantly forwarded to the appropriate person(s) mobile phone so they can respond in a timely manner. The report is also automatically forwarded via email to the school counsellor or principal. The Bullyproof SMS software comes preloaded with a database of tips and strategies for students that can be accessed by sending the keyword ‘bully tip 1,2,3,4 ‘etc to a dedicated number.

via Ignatia Webs: Free mobile sms service getting to grips with bullying in schools: Bullyproof.

Why Flash on the iPhone/iPad doesn’t always help mLearning

Not only do most mobile devices NOT support the Flash Player, but they also don’t support Java.  Why does this matter? A big part of eLearning revolves around being able to not only VIEW content, but to also TRACK content.  Tracking is fundamental to delivering formalized eLearning training, which usually involves Learning Management Systems.  Here is the second part of the mLearning problem.  Many Learning Management Systems use client side Java (meaning Java runs in the browser) to do the actual tracking with SCORM and AICC content.

via Why Flash on the iPhone/iPad doesn’t solve #mLearning.