Educators Unplugged: Assessing the Readiness of Secondary School Science and Arts Teachers for Mobile Learning Integration

  • Jahan Ara Shams
  • Muhammad Zafar Iqbal


Mobile learning enhances classroom engagement and accessibility, fostering personalized and interactive learning experiences for students while accommodating different learning styles. The study aims to investigate the readiness for mobile learning integration among science and arts teachers from Bhimber district of AJK. It was a quantitative study and researchers used descriptive research design. The researcher used the Mobile Learning Readiness Survey (MLRS) developed by Christensen and Knezek (2017) for data collection about mobile learning integration readiness. The data were collected from 230 secondary school teachers. The collected were analyzed using mean, standard deviation and t-test. The major finding of this study showed that the level of secondary school teachers’ mobile learning readiness was high. It was found that no significant difference exists between science and art teachers on their readiness for Mobile Learning. The study suggested the importance of providing training for teachers to gain the necessary knowledge and skills for effective mobile learning integration in classrooms.

Author Biographies

Jahan Ara Shams

Assistant Professor, ECE & ETE, Allama Iqbal Open University, ISB, PAK

Muhammad Zafar Iqbal

Assistant Professor, EPPSL, Allama Iqbal Open University, ISB, PAK