Why mobile learning is the future of education on the go

Mobile Apps

With schedules becoming more demanding, education on the go is an approach favoured by many, all around the world. It’s always great to learn new things, whether it be a new practice, language or job-specific skill, mobile users are eager to learn. Even for those that struggle with traditional learning methods, mobile learning is one of the most engaging ways to deliver educational material. With the majority of people browsing on mobiles as opposed to desktops nowadays, it’s no surprise that mobile learning is on the rise. What’s more, with 5G technology on course to change the world, mobile use is only going to increase.

Long gone are the days when learners have hours on end to take part in traditional education methods. Instead, educators are favouring one of the most convenient methods yet, mobile learning. Thanks for innovative technology, education on the go has never been more accessible for learners all around the world. With technology turning traditional learning techniques on their head at a rapid pace, mobile learning is shaping the future of education. As technology becomes increasingly mainstream, mobile learning is only set to increase in popularity. With mobile phones dominating many aspects of lives from socialising and entertainment to education, learning was just a natural progression.

The mobile app market

Today, the mobile app market is made up of a considerable number of education apps, which is undoubtedly increasing at a dramatic pace. With the young generation genuinely invested in learning through interactive mobile apps, it’s safe to say this is a trend that is here to stay. Whether education is delivered through presentations, virtual reality, videos or gamification, mobile devices enable both students, and teachers access easily digestible content in a personalised manner. As new techniques become increasingly sophisticated, the software on mobile learning apps will only improve over time, promising an exciting future for the delivery of on the go education.

The results

Of course, it’s not just the everchanging world of technology that is driving this movement, but also the success rates. There are a whole host of benefits to the inexpensive world of mobile learning, from convivence to increased retention and engagement we’re taking a look at some of the key benefits:

  • Mobile learning offers incomparable flexibility.

By giving learners an option to access a course anywhere, anytime, course completion rates have significantly improved. Along with the added flexibility that removes the need of learning to be carried out during set times, users can learn when they’re feeling most productive and engaged, driving better results.

  • It’s diverse.

Mobile learning offers a vast variety of learning material that can be digested easily. By providing learners with varied learning techniques such as podcasts, videos, gamification and presentations, information becomes easier to consume and retain. Not only does this make courses more successful, but also more enjoyable.

  • It’s great for information recall.

By allowing users to access specific information as and when they need it, knowledge retention and information recall is significantly improved. For example, if a user is completing a course for on the job training, being armed with all the information they need in their pocket allows them to utilise that information when they need it most, leading to a direct result and an increase in the likelihood of retaining that information long-term.

In a nutshell, a new era of education has begun, so if you’re not on board yet, it’s about time you are. As one of the most revolutionary and accessible methods of learning that can be utilised by people of all walks of life, no matter where they are in the world, mobile learning is the future.


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