Old Dominion University
United States of America - Norfolk
Helen Crompton is an researcher and educator in mobile learning.
- Water, Food, Shelter and a Mobile Phone Mobile Learning Despite Crises Syrian Refugees’ Case Study
- Towards an Innovative Approach for Teacher Education: Training Teacher to Train (TTT) Model
- Towards a Persuasive Design Pattern for a Gamified M-Learning Environment
- ISTE’s Mobile Learning Framework and the VMLA Pathway
- Using Technology to Transform Learning: Tell ISTE what Students Need to Know for the Future
- Pre-Service Teacher Social Networking Decisions and Training Needs: A Mixed Methods Study
- Humanoid Robots Supporting Children’s Intellectual and Social Dispositions in an Early Childhood Setting
- Flipping the Classroom in Higher Education: A Design-Based Research Study to Develop a Flipped Classroom Framework
- Educators’ Self-Identified Mobile Learning Training Needs: A Qualitative Study Involving Educators from 12 Diverse North American States
- Using Mobile Learning to Support Students’ Understanding in Geometry: A Design-Based Research Curriculum Study
Dr. Helen Crompton is a Professor of Instructional Technology at Old Dominion University Virginia USA. She is a highly experienced researcher, educator, author and presenter in the field of educational technology. She draws from over 20 years in education and a PhD in educational technology and mathematics education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Crompton has won numerous awards in the USA and her home country England. Dr. Crompton has worked with UNESCO and ITU, two divisions of the United Nations, and the International Society for Technology in Education. Dr Crompton has presented at national and international conferences on the topic of educational technology and published articles, book chapters, and white papers in this field.