Author(s): Okan SARIGÖZ

Mobile learning means all kinds of learning or learning activities happening through mobile technologies such as desktop computer or laptop, tablet, internet and smart phone. The aim of this research is to determine the opinions of vocational school students about mobile learning by considering some demographic variables. The sample of the research constitutes 803 students studying at Çukurova University of Vocational School of Adana in 2015-2016 school years. General screening model and mixed model was used in the research. Such results have been reached in the research that the desired and current information can be reached to mobile devices, and productivity will be increased in the class including mobile devices, mobile devices will be effective on providing self-control, and forget fullness will be reducedin learning with mobile devices. Moreover, such results have been reached in the research that there is no a significant difference of opinions about mobile learning between the students in the 1st grade and the students in the 2nd grade depending on grade level variable, and female students have stronger views and more heightened perceptions regarding mobile learning than male students depending on gender variable.


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