Mobile Learning should be Implemented in Wake Christian Academy's English Department By: Joseph Bevan

Students are more involved when learning on mobile devices.
Jobs have often switched from non-electronic devices to the use of electronic devices, like the aviation world.
Wake Christian's English department would argue that the use of textbooks is the same price as e-textbooks.

College students using a mobile device to complete a lab.

Students collaborating on an in class project.

This online student uses purely mobile devices for obtaining a degree.

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