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ETMOOC – The 7 Stage Model for #MOOC's

ETMOOC –  The 7 Stage Model for #MOOC's | About learning and more | Scoop.it
Ron Fredericks writes: I will present my idea for a 7 layer service classification for MOOC's (Massive Open Online Courses) and the new opportunities it might create. I propose that the responsibil...

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Revista Digital Edmetic

Vol 2 (1), 2013. Monográfico: LOS ENTORNOS PERSONALES DE APRENDIZAJE Edmetic: Vol 2 (1), 2013. Monográfico: Los entornos personales de aprendizaje (Número Completo)  

-Editorial: Los entornos personales de aprendizaje en el entorno formativo. Verónica Marín Díaz. pp. 1-2.
 

-Presentación:. Los entornos personales de aprendizaje. J. Julio Cabero Almenara, pp. 3-6.
 

-Una experiencia de creación de un entorno personal de aprendizaje. Proyecto DIRPO 2.0. Margarita R. Rodríguez Gallego, pp. 7-22.
 

-Los edublogs como elemento de un PLE. Mª Cecilia Fóseca Sardi, pp. 23-40.
 

-Los entornos personales de aprendizaje (PLE): Del cómo enseñar al cómo aprender. Almudena Martínez Gimeno y Mª Luisa Torres Barzabal, pp. 41-62.
 

-Aprendizaje autoregulado y PLE. Mª Del Carmen Llorente Cejudo, pp. 63-79.
 

-Los Entornos Personales de Aprendizajes (PLE) en la enseñanza basada en resolución de problemas: El uso del E-portafolio. Ivanovnna Cruz Pichardo y Ángel Puentes Puente, pp. 80-98.
 

-Los entornos personales de aprendizaje en el marco de la educación permanente. Elvira Navas, pp. 99-116.
 

-Entornos personalizados de aprendizaje (EPA) para dispositivos móviles: situaciones de aprendizaje y evaluación. Zula Cataldi y Fernándo Jorge, pp. 117-148.

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Modelos de rúbricas para un blog de aula

Modelos de rúbricas para un blog de aula | About learning and more | Scoop.it
Artículo que describe el modelo de rúbricas para los proyectos del blog

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Las 12 tendencias en las tecnologías educativas de los próximos cinco años

Las 12 tendencias en las tecnologías educativas de los próximos cinco años | About learning and more | Scoop.it

El reporte anual de New Media Consortium (NMC) y EDUCAUSE Learning ha sido publicado y presenta interesantes predicciones sobre las tendencias en las tecnologías educativas en los próximos cinco añ...


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Posts About MOOCs ~ Stephen's Web

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Stephen's Web, the home page of Stephen Downes, with news and information on e-learning, new media, instructional technology, educational design, and related subjects

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mrsjgarcia's curator insight, February 21, 2013 7:17 AM

This isn't iPad  related really, but I thought you might be interested anyway.

Jen

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Structure & Logic of the Learning Analytics Field - George Siemens

Presented to Teachers College, Columbia U

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Pierre Drouin's curator insight, March 3, 2013 9:03 AM

Une bonne présentation sur les bases du Learning Analytics et les travaux de Geoge Siemens de l'Université d'Athabaska.

davidgibson's curator insight, March 6, 2013 6:12 AM

...like the early maps of the world before everything had been explored by satellite, Siemens gives us the first glimpses of the new field. How much of this picture can be made micro for "within digital experience" analytics such as inside of a single game?

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How Does Collaborative Learning Work in Closed Online Courses vs. MOOCs?

How Does Collaborative Learning Work in Closed Online Courses vs. MOOCs? | About learning and more | Scoop.it
My previous post about the MOOC disaster at Coursera with the Fundamentals of Online Education [FOE] course generated constructive and worthy discussions among readers that focused on the value and...
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Writing Multiple-Choice Questions for Higher-level Thinking by Mike Dickinson : Learning Solutions Magazine

Writing Multiple-Choice Questions for Higher-level Thinking by Mike Dickinson : Learning Solutions Magazine | About learning and more | Scoop.it

We eLearning developers are used to the question, “Which is better, eLearning or classroom instruction?” The answer is, “It depends.” It’s the same answer if one asks, “Which are better, multiple-choice or essay questions?” Either question type is useful for assessing a variety of levels of thinking, depending on how well the designer crafts the questions. Designing multiple-choice questions is not as daunting a task as one might think.

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The Future of E-Learning

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E-Learning is in a state of flux.  The early days saw distance learning programs move online and essentially the same boring ‘learn at a distance’ method occur, but in a more paperless manner.  I have never really been a fan of e-learning in its course delivery model.


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thirteen reasons researchers get asked to write their methods chapter again

thirteen reasons researchers get asked to write their methods chapter again | About learning and more | Scoop.it
Dissertation examiners always check the methods chapter or methodological writings carefully. And the more the doctorate is seen as research training, the more important it will be for examiners to...

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Evolución de la tecnología en el ámbito educativo

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Cada año, la compañía Gartner publica un gráfico que analiza el impacto de las tecnologías en los diferentes niveles de la sociedad. Unos gráficos realmente curiosos, ya que demuestran la evolución...

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Eduardo Díaz Madero's curator insight, February 17, 2013 6:17 AM

La evolución de las TICs nos presentan a los docentes dificultades y dudas...

¿estamos contemplando a las TICs desde didáctica? 

A caso ella ¿también evoluciona?

http://www.saber.ula.ve/bitstream/123456789/34334/1/resenas.pdf

 

Lino's curator insight, February 18, 2013 2:47 AM

La deriva hacia la frustración de profesor y alumno queda en evidencia.

 

Y las ya sabidas consecuencias  son:

 

Agresividad, Regresión y comportamiento infantil.

Tristeza y depresión. Introversión.

Eliminación arbitraria de objetos deseables.

Se Impide a los individuos que completen un trabajo.

Se Induce en los sujetos sentimientos de fracaso y la desconfianza hacia sus propias capacidades.

Refreno desde el exterior a la expresión de los impulsos del individuo y la afirmación de su propia personalidad.

Se Fomenta las discrepancias entre los deseos y las posibilidades de satisfacerlos. Se Implanta un liderazgo insatisfactorio.

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eLearning Guild Research: Reconsidering Bloom's Taxonomy (Old AND New) by Patti Shank : Learning Solutions Magazine

eLearning Guild Research: Reconsidering Bloom's Taxonomy (Old AND New) by Patti Shank : Learning Solutions Magazine | About learning and more | Scoop.it

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juandoming's curator insight, February 15, 2013 10:18 AM

Patti:

 

Podríamos establecer de manera similar una Folcsonomía donde las Comunidaes e aprendizaje pudieran construir sus propios aprendizajes? su propio currículum....por ello necvesitamos que el E-learning entre en una diagnosis y una prognosis previa y en una retroalimentación durante todo el proceso de aprendizaje.

 

.@juandoming

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Confounding redundancy: LMS, Social Networks & E-portfolio Systems ...

This is the presentation that Jon Dron and I did in Vancouver for the Canadian Moodlemoot. We looked at the redundancy between three big institutional e-learnin

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Mark Smithers's curator insight, February 13, 2013 5:49 PM

Interesting model.

Nigel Robertson 's curator insight, February 14, 2013 2:05 AM
Good compare & contrast of LMS, eportfolio and social networks
Katrina Way's curator insight, February 19, 2013 6:58 PM

Simple explanation!

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Education Outrage: MOOCs: The New York TImes gets it wrong again; Europe is not lagging behind the U.S. @Rogerschank

Education Outrage: MOOCs: The New York TImes gets it wrong again; Europe is not lagging behind the U.S. @Rogerschank | About learning and more | Scoop.it

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Los PLE como metáfora del aprendizaje en red

Los PLE como metáfora del aprendizaje en red | About learning and more | Scoop.it
Cristóbal Suárez Guerrero (Universitat de València) ha escrito un post sobre lo que significa un PLE. Interesante post que aquí os lo reproducimos íntegramente:   " Un PLE (Personal Learning Enviro...

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The Use and Abuse of Technology in the Classroom

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The Use and Abuse of Technology in the Classroom

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megriley's comment, February 17, 7:32 AM
Technology is becoming more prominent in classrooms today, it is easily accessible and is believed to help students learn in new ways. The problem is that technology may not be being used in positive ways in the classroom, students may not be receiving all the benefits technology has to offer. In order to make the most out of the laptops, iPads, and iPhones available its important that they're used properly.
megriley's comment, February 18, 7:10 AM
To use technology properly it's suggested that students have a guide such as a teacher to show them extra resources or to be there to further explain a topic. Students shouldn't use the internet to make online flash cards to do anything that can be done on paper, it's only a waste of time. The internet provides students with a whole variety of sources, doing things that would be done in a normal classroom is not taking full advantage of technology. Teachers should not use computers or iPads in class everyday to pass time, as busy work, students will become accustomed to the available technology and become lazy with it. Students need to want to take advantage of technology when it is available to them. Technology should be used to enhance normal classroom activities, branch off from the norm to provide students with a variety of unique ways to really learn and absorb the information they're learning. Computers and iPads can access online supplemental information for the classroom such as online textbooks, YouTube videos explaining the concept, other teachers notes and materials, as well as the ability to chat with other students in other parts of the country or world to discuss material. The ability to share sources and connect with others around the world may be the most beneficial aspect of technology in the classroom and it's important that students take advantage of it.
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The eLearning Guild Publishes 2013 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report by Jennifer Neibert : Learning Solutions Magazine

The eLearning Guild Publishes 2013 Global eLearning Salary & Compensation Report by Jennifer Neibert : Learning Solutions Magazine | About learning and more | Scoop.it

“In this report, we explore the trends in pay and look at how full- and part-time employment status, country, regional areas, gender, industry, company size, number of people managed, years of eLearning experience, years of education, and job focus influence salary calculations. It’s critical to note that there are many more variables than these that impact salaries, and that these factors don’t necessarily cause salaries to change.”


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Dennis T OConnor's comment, February 25, 2013 5:33 PM
Heather, to teach at the community college level you need a masters degree in the subject you will teach. Not many library science majors in CC are there? The next step is to get 18 units in a field that is in demand. Many of our certificate holders were in your position. They completed the E-Learing Certificate (which earned them 15 units) and then added classes in mobile learning, game based learning, or social networking to round out their subject area expertise. This kind of training helps establish you as a faculty trainer in e-learning and online ed. This IS a growth area at community colleges and universities.
Dennis T OConnor's comment, February 25, 2013 5:33 PM
Check out our certificate programs at UW-Stout: http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/elearningcertificate.cfm
Heather Lane's comment, February 27, 2013 6:47 PM
Thanks for your suggestion, Dennis. I wasn't considering library science as a teaching subject. I am trying to decide if it is worthwhile to invest in an 18-credit-hour program in U.S. history or European history, as I said in my comment. But perhaps there are more positions to serve as a faculty trainer in e-learning and online ed. I am enjoying two classes this semester: "Integrating technology into models of teaching" and "Integrating Web 2.0 technologies in classroom learning."
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Empathetic and emotional feedback in e-learning: analyzing facial expressions

Empathetic and emotional feedback in e-learning: analyzing facial expressions | About learning and more | Scoop.it
Research proves that automated affective assessment improves learning outcomes due to the enriched feedback it can provide.

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Towards a Web Literacy standard

More here: http://mzl.la/weblitstd

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The Top 10 Educational Trends

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Teachers rate their interest in today’s Educational Technology trends. With the coming launch of menco.io, you’ll be able to explore these trends and more, and discuss how they will shape the culture of learning around the globe.


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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's comment, May 28, 2013 5:58 AM
Lots of very interesting comments, the trends gated by acceptance, and use within the educational community and the " permission" or purchases within the schools.
Laura Starace's comment, June 3, 2013 12:22 AM
I am also surprised 15% have no interests in using whiteboards though, not all schools have the chance or "permission" as already mentioned to use it or implement it
Ali Anani's curator insight, September 9, 2013 9:16 PM

Exploration of the changing teaching landscape

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Where does Tech ed belong in Edtech?

Where does Tech ed belong in Edtech? | About learning and more | Scoop.it
Edtech is about the use of technology in education, but does it include technology education? Should it include computer science education?

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Los 36 principios del aprendizaje

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La gamificación (si vale el término y que en español se podría traducir como la juguetización) es el uso de la dinámica de la jugabilidad, es decir, del conjunto de propiedades que describen la experiencia de jugar llevada a otros determinados contextos que son (en apariencia) ajenos a los juegos propiamente dichos y que tienen la finalidad de que las personas adopten o den lugar a determinados comportamientos. Al aprovecharse la predisposición psicológica de los seres humanos a participar en juegos, la gamificación sirve para hacer el ámbito de aplicación, sea el que sea, mucho más atractivo, placentero, participativo y comprometido. La dinámica de jugar da lugar a una variopinta gama de posibilidades y sensaciones de satisfacción, generan un aprendizaje adaptativo, son muy efectivos pues concitan la debida atención debido a la inmersión cognitiva, motivación y emoción que producen y (por supuesto) pueden favorecer la socialización.

 

Vía @yastorgas


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The Multimodal Writing Process in Online Distance Education

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Article review of:  Edwards-Groves, C. J. (2011). The multimodal writing process: Changing practices in contemporary classrooms. Language and Education , 25 (1), 49-64. This research study explores...

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How Interactive are YOUR Distance Courses

Like many other programs which offer courses via distance technologies, the State University of West Georgia’s teacher education program has found that one factor that plays a primary role in determining course quality is students’ perceptions of the degree of interaction. The research literature supports this observation (Fulford & Zhang, 1993; Klesius, Homan, & Thompson, 1997; Zhang & Fulford, 1994; Smith, 1996; Zirkin & Sumler, 1995). In fact, in their annotated bibliography on this topic, Zirkin and Sumler found that interaction seemed to have an impact on student achievement, as well as satisfaction: "The weight of evidence from the research reviewed was that increased student involvement by immediate interaction resulted in increased learning as reflected by test performance, grades, and student satisfaction" (p. 101).

However, we also note great variation in what faculty and students view as "interactive qualities." In order to clarify the role of this important factor and encourage faculty to make their distance courses more interactive, the authors have designed a rubric for faculty to use to determine the degree of interactivity in their own distance learning courses. This rubric is based on information obtained from a review and analysis of a considerable body of literature and research on this topic.


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Are Teachers of Tomorrow Prepared to Use Innovative Tech?

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Only half of current working teachers believe they can use technology to motivate students to learn, compared to 75 percent of incoming teachers. Only 17 percent of current teachers believe technology can help students deeply explore their own ideas, compared to 59 percent of incoming teachers. And 26 percent of current teachers believe students can use technology to apply knowledge to problem-solving, compared to 64 percent of aspiring teachers.


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Jeff Van de Poël's curator insight, February 18, 2013 12:45 AM

Great question indeed ;-)

elearning at eCampus ULg's curator insight, February 22, 2013 5:47 AM

Une question qui se pose souvent ;-)

Paulo Moekotte's comment, February 25, 2013 10:39 AM
The major findings corroborate research conducted in the Netherlands in 2011.