Document Type: Review Paper

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tabriz university

Abstract

education has stepped to an ultra-place and time in 21st century. We have entered to digital and wireless communication century which mobile technologies have changed the process of education and instruction. The application of these mobile technologies for creation of knowledge, attitude and skill in learners is called Mobile Learning. The effectiveness of mobile learning programs requires new communication skills and modern of educational models, this article is written to cover this subject. In this article, first, cover definition of mobile learning, it’s place in distance education, elements, pubic rules, chances and challenges, performance research’s and epitome of future of mobile learning.
In continue article, educational approaches will be interpreted and collaboration learning and teacher-center instruction will be inspected as sub collection of these approaches and at the end a modern educational model that has been derived from before approaches, will be suggested for mobile learning. This model is combination of best specifications of behaviorism and constructivism theories in macro level, and teacher-center instruction and collaboration learning in micro level.

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