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MOOC : un concept à développer

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learning world - Francois Taddéi dirige le Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire à Paris. Egalement directeur de recherche à l’Inserm, il plaide pour plus d’innovation dans l’enseignement…
 
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Vincent Datin's curator insight, April 16, 2013 12:42 AM

Une vidéo de François Taddéi pour expliquer le phénomeme des MOOCs et les différents enjeux .. A diffuser largement

Martin Ryssen's comment, April 16, 2013 5:28 AM
Of course! La best practice restant www.coursera.org
Vincent Datin's comment, April 16, 2013 8:18 PM
Martin, la meilleure pratique consiste peut-être à augmenter le nombre de plateformes de façon à préserver la diversité et la richesse des MOOCs
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5 Proven Ways to Engage Students In Your Classroom - Edudemic

5 Proven Ways to Engage Students In Your Classroom - Edudemic | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
No matter what subject they teach or what age group their students fall into, all teachers face the same basic challenge: They have to find a way to actively engage students in the learning process. Today’s learners tend to respond best to interactive teaching methods, so many instructors have integrated technology into their lesson plans. …

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 20, 5:37 PM

The five proven ways to engage students are:

* Use Responsive Technology - There are many ways to have students respond to questions throughout a class period. One that is free that you may want to check out is Socrative.

* Define Objectives - Make sure there are clearly define goals that are written in student-friendly language. And be prepared to make quick changes if the responsive technology shows the need.

* Add Context - The post explains this as having a pre-assessment question to help gauge the existing topic knowledge, followed by a question part way through the period to help see the students understanding. At the end of the period a final question (post assessment) would help see if the students are understanding the concept taught.

* Keep it Simple - Make sure that your presentation material is simple. Too much information on a slide may be too much for the students to understand. Remember that visuals are critical and classroom discussion will also help students learn new material.

* Make it Interactive - With technology it is easier to keep students engaged, but make sure to change things up throughout the lesson. There are many great resources online that help with this, and many have been explored in this Scoop.it.

Do you have unique strategies that you use in your classroom? Share them by adding a comment!

Melissa Marshall's curator insight, July 21, 12:40 AM

An excellent article: Engage student using these methods. 

1. Use Responsive Technology - not just tech for tech's sake, such as writing answers. Use tech that demands a response. 

2. Define Objectives - Tell students what they need to be able to do, know, learn, show. And tell them early on, so they get time to practise it before you assess. 

3. Add Context - Make it connect with what they know already. Look for prior learning (the old KWL chart is great for this!) 

4. Keep it Simple - Your presentation and the way the content is delivered should be simple to access.

5. Make it Interactive - With technology it is easier to keep students engaged, but make sure to change things up throughout the lesson and the term!

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A Professional Learning Teacher Toolkit

A Professional Learning Teacher Toolkit | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, July 24, 5:16 PM

Fresh and updated professional development teaching and learning resources.

Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, July 25, 1:48 AM

AITSL's professional learning toolkit.

Susan Wegmann's curator insight, July 25, 6:16 AM

Adults learn differently -- !

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The Definition Of Digital Literacy

The Definition Of Digital Literacy | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

Terry Heick writes: "When we think of digital literacy, we usually think of research–finding, evaluating, and properly crediting digital sources. The “research” connotation makes sense, as it is the sheer volume of sources and media forms on the “internet” that stand out.

But we are living in a world where the internet is disappearing, replaced by sheer connectivity. Are you “on the internet” when you tweet? Skim through a social reader like Flipboard? Send a text? Mark up a pdf and sync it with the cloud so you can access it later? Are the cloud and the “internet” the same thing?"

 


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Mary Clark's curator insight, May 9, 9:52 AM

Reflecting on the definition is important in our fluid online world. My students are all over the spectrum of being digitally literate!

Mlik Sahib's curator insight, May 13, 7:40 PM

"Cornell University offers a definition that works, but seems a bit limited, and dated as well: “Digital literacy is the ability to find, evaluate, utilize, share, and create content using information technologies and the Internet.”

This isn’t wrong so much as it focuses too much on technology and “the internet.” Literacy can’t be about the forms unless we’re talking about form literacy. Digital tools exist for access–finding information. Then finding better information. Socializing thinking. Connecting and contributing to digital communities you care about.

It is also a matter of “literacy” to understand concepts like digital footprints and identity. This reflects the overlap between digital literacy and digital citizenship, much in the same way there is overlap between traditional literacy and citizenship.

To settle on a definition then, here’s one that reflects the depth and breadth of the concept without getting overly wordy or complex:

“Digital literacy is the ability to interpret and design nuanced communication across fluid digital forms.”

Sample Student's curator insight, May 15, 3:47 PM

This makes sense! When my daughter searches for prom dresses, she searches on Facebook. Social networking and reputation have become increasingly important in the connected world. There is also evidence of a growing movement in youth social networks that a Google is not necessarily as reliable as their own extended networks.

 

Is this more broadly applicable? Interesting that yesterday I received a survey request from an online travel agent. The questions were more related to reputation and social networks than internet-provided information.

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Reading Writing Responding: What's So Digital About Literacy Anyway?

Reading Writing Responding: What's So Digital About Literacy Anyway? | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

Aaron Davis writes: "In a post titled, 'The Importance of Modeling Positive Use of Social Media', +Chris Wejr suggested that schools need to do more to both model the appropriate use of social media, as well as promote more positive stories. This got me thinking about some of the other things that we may do personally online , but not necessarily model all the time in school. One such practise is that of reading and responding online. So often students are told to use tracks and be active readers, to write regular journal reflections, but this usually starts and stops at the physical book. When are students getting the same opportunity to read and respond online?"


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Mary Clark's curator insight, June 13, 10:03 AM

Lots of great stuff in here to ponder.  The blog post itself is a great answer to how reading digital content is a different skill than reading print--do you wander off to the embedded links as you're reading? Do you read the entire post, then go back and visit the links? I find myself down a rabbit hole too often, clicking links, reading, clicking more links.  That works fine for me, but would that work for a student trying to gather information for a research project? Online reading definitely feels more scattered to me, as I am easily distracted. Does that matter to students researching? Do we need to highlight the differences for them? I think at least making students aware by modeling online reading would be helpful, as they can reflect on how they  interact with print and digital information.

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The 7 characteristics of a digitally competent teacher

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“Being a proper digitally competent teacher is not as simple as picking up an iPhone and tweeting. You need to be a good digital citizen, understand privacy, and more.”


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Mary Clark's curator insight, June 15, 8:07 AM

This will be good to share at the beginning of the year. I think it will reassure some teachers, and light a fire under others:)

gwynethjones's curator insight, June 15, 8:55 AM

Like my friend Mary Clark said (She's a great follow!)  This is a really great graphic to share with teachers at the start of school! 


I'm also gonna share this on my New Teacher Survival Guide wikipage!

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Comment le numérique bouleverse-t-il l’individu au travail ? - Digital Society Forum

Comment le numérique bouleverse-t-il l’individu au travail ? - Digital Society Forum | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
Souvent perçue comme un changement nécessaire, la numérisation de l'entreprise n'est pas un processus simple et doit s'accompagner d'une politique d'introduction réfléchie. Multiplier les canaux de communication ne suffit par exemple pas à fluidifier les échanges. Les études montrent plutôt un empilement des outils, qui engendre pour les salariés stress et dispersion, tandis que leur instantanéité tend à générer un impératif de vigilance et de réactivité qui enferme l'individu dans l'immédiateté et accélère la réalisation des opérations.
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TICMooc, un MOOC pour intégrer les outils numériques à l'enseignement... à partir du 28 septembre

TICMooc, un MOOC pour intégrer les outils numériques à l'enseignement... à partir du 28 septembre | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

TICMooc est une initiative d’enseignants pour des enseignants qui souhaitent intégrer les outils numériques à leur enseignement au service des apprentissages des élèves. Au cours de 6 modules les participants exploreront des outils numériques au cours d’activités tutorées à réaliser avec ou sans les élèves.


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CECI Jean-François's curator insight, May 16, 5:50 AM

A voir...approche différente

Beatrice Josse's curator insight, July 19, 11:48 PM

Si vous souhaitez essayer un Mooc pour faire évoluer ses pra

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La pédagogie 3.0 expliquée simplement.

La pédagogie 3.0 expliquée simplement. | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
La pédagogie 3.0 se veut être une approche qui engage tous les élèves de la classe et génère une amélioration des résultats et des apprentissages de chacun.

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eLearning Cyclops: Our Many Hats

eLearning Cyclops: Our Many Hats | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

eLearning Designers wear many hats – some by choice, some placed upon us. Here are the hats I wear because I need these skills as an eLearning one-person shop. Those on the second list are ones placed upon me either because they are skills I can adapt my elearning skills to or because assumptions are made (e.g., you are an IT guy, right?).


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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 14, 6:30 PM

eLearning Designers wear many hats – some by choice, some placed upon us. Here are the hats I wear because I need these skills as an eLearning one-person shop. Those on the second list are ones placed upon me either because they are skills I can adapt my elearning skills to or because assumptions are made (e.g., you are an IT guy, right?).


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http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/education-collaboration-and-coaching-the-future/



Katherine Kennett's curator insight, July 17, 3:25 AM

So, so, true!

 

Just because you sound important doesnt mean you are offering anything to the people you train............

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Apprendre/désapprendre. Sur la ligne de crête des apprentissages numériques - Digital Society Forum

Apprendre/désapprendre. Sur la ligne de crête des apprentissages numériques  - Digital Society Forum | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
Pour qui s’intéresse, comme le fait le Digital Society Forum, aux relations entre les technologies et nos sociétés, la question de l’apprentissage est un vrai cas d’école. Dans ce domaine comme dans tant d’autres, il suffit de chercher à mesurer l’effet des technologies sur les performances scolaires pour ne rien trouver.
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Le numérique une opportunité mal perçue par le top management français

Le numérique une opportunité mal perçue par le top management français | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
À l'inverse de leurs homologues étrangers, les dirigeants français sont peu nombreux à percevoir la composante numérique comme un facteur clé d'évolution.

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Education permanente - La formation à l’épreuve du numérique

Education permanente - La formation à l’épreuve du numérique | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

3ème  hors-série AFPA/Education Permanente

 

La révolution numérique a bousculé le rapport aux savoirs, le cadre organisationnel de la formation des adultes et la relation apprenant/formateur. Ce numéro rassemble des contributions qui explicitent les transformations des modalités collectives et individuelles d’apprentissage, lesquelles obligent les formateurs à des remises en cause techniques et pédagogiques, notamment dans les dispositifs qui s’adressent précisément aux personnes peu préparées aux usages des technologies numériques. Or certaines fractures sociales, amplifiées par les conceptions académiques et élitistes du savoir, ne sont-elles pas en train d’être dépassées par les nouvelles pratiques sociales permises par les technologies numériques ? Les apprentissages informels ne deviennent-ils pas plus visibles et plus lisibles dans les processus ouverts par les dynamiques des réseaux ? L’appropriation des technologies et des ressources numériques n’ouvre-t-elle pas la voie à une refondation du rôle des formateurs ?

Lien : http://www.education-permanente.fr/public/articles/articles.php?id_revue=1721

 


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Michèle Drechsler's curator insight, February 27, 4:27 AM

Les apprentissages informels ne deviennent-ils pas plus visibles et plus lisibles dans les processus ouverts par les dynamiques des réseaux ? L’appropriation des technologies et des ressources numériques n’ouvre-t-elle pas la voie à une refondation du rôle des formateurs ?

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Infographie : Comment créer votre charte graphique | http://www.squid-impact.fr

Infographie : Comment créer votre charte graphique | http://www.squid-impact.fr | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

“ Comme ce sont les fêtes de fin d'année, voici mon cadeau pour vous, fidèles lecteurs de Squid-impact (pour les autres, bienvenue et profitez-en aussi !). Cette infographie résume les grandes étapes de la création d'une charte graphique et quelques clés pour ses différents éléments : polices, logo, couleurs, ... J'y ai ajouté quelques astuces et anecdotes qui, je l'espère, sauront vous intéresser. La création d'une charte graphique est une étape délicate. Elle sera le Bescherelle de la communication pour tous vos collaborateurs et impactera tous les services de votre entreprise. Afin de limiter les écarts et les imperfections, vous devez prévoir tous les scénarios, même les plus improbables, pour, par exemple, éviter que votre logo ne se retrouve mis en scène de façon incongrue. En complément, si vous êtes en plein développement ou refonte de vos outils de communication, je vous propose la lecture des ces quelques articles : - Préparer sa stratégie de communication - Les 7 éléme”


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Laurence Galambert's curator insight, June 2, 2:38 AM

Vous n'avez pas encore de charte graphique? Voici les étapes essentielles pour vous aider à la créer (couleurs, logo, typos...) et tout ceci en infographie !

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20 Things Educators Need To Know About Digital Literacy Skills

20 Things Educators Need To Know About Digital Literacy Skills | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
Widely understood to be essential to success in the workplace and modern life, digital literacy is beginning to emerge as a necessary component of curric

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 25, 7:21 PM

What does it mean to be digitally literate? If you ask teachers, students, parents, administrators, and community members the responses may be very different. This post explores this issue and notes (for the teacher):

"Digital literacy isn't about knowing computers inside and out; it's about using technology to change the way you think. If critical thinking skills haven't yet become a part of your students' digital citizenship, it's time to think your teaching strategy."

After the introduction, the post is split into two sections:

5 Teaching Practices that Destroy Digital Literacy. One of the practices is "using 'cool' technology to deliver a planned lesson." To learn why click through to the post.

The final section is 15 Habits to Cultivate in Your Students. Two are listed below.

* Read past the first page of Google results (and my suggestion would be to use some of the many alternative search engines. You may be surprised that many other search engines work better for students).

* Train students to react skeptically if they read the phrase  'Research says...' or 'A recent study revealed..."

To learn more about the 15 habits check out the post. Do you have ideas that would be helpful to others? If so, please share them.

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How to Infuse Digital Literacy Throughout the Curriculum

How to Infuse Digital Literacy Throughout the Curriculum | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

Jen Carey writes: "The problem students face in the new world is no longer access to information, but rather how to deal with the glut of content that confronts them when they google a research topic. If we want them to effectively navigate online material (as 21st century learners), then research now needs to include not only “traditional” methods and materials, but digital ones as well. We need to ensure that they know how to evaluate a website, a blog post, a tweet, a Facebook entry."


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Mary Clark's curator insight, April 30, 8:50 AM

Thoughtful summary of the issues we need to deal with every day to ensure students learn to think critically about resources.  I don't think we can ever say anyone is digitally literate, as the digital landscape changes almost daily!

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How Do We Teach Digital Literacy to Digital Natives?

How Do We Teach Digital Literacy to Digital Natives? | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

C.J. Kettler writes: "Is it possible for our students to be both digital natives and digitally unaware? Young people today are instant messengers, gamers, photo sharers and supreme multitaskers. But while they use the technology tools available to them 24/7, they are struggling to sort fact from fiction, think critically, decipher cultural inferences, detect commercial intent and analyze social implications."


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Mary Clark's curator insight, May 22, 8:11 AM

Using social media to follow news stories is a great way to help students (and adults) develop critical thinking and digital literacy skills.  Our recent wildfires served as a great example.  Twitter gave us some timely information, but I also read a lot of misinformation and spam.  Teaching digital literacy and using examples that interest students isn't that hard!

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Developing Digital Literacy Through Content Curation

Developing Digital Literacy Through Content Curation | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
With the vast amount of content that is shared on the Internet, content curation is becoming an essential digital literacy skill for teachers and students.

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Mary Clark's curator insight, June 13, 9:50 AM

Good article to share with teachers new to content curation, as it gives a good summary of several curation tools.

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Curation as Digital Literacy Practice

Curation as Digital Literacy Practice | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

Ibrar Bhatt writes: "Digital curation therefore is not just about finding relevant material, although that is a significant part of it, but is also about creating a specific and unique experience by utilising the resulting materials which then become contextualised within a new space. A curator, therefore, whether she is a journalist-by-proxy such as Popova or a student completing an assignment in a classroom, not only collects and interprets, but also creates a new experience with it. In this respect, curation is a process of problem solving, re-assembling,re-creating, and stewardship of other people’s writing." 


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Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's comment, July 25, 12:34 AM
curiosity, of course. And should be a way to teach life-long learning.
Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's curator insight, July 25, 12:40 AM

was not aware that curation.... definition was born in 1990

lynnegibb's curator insight, July 25, 4:53 PM

This gave me plenty of food for thought and some new insights into the art of and purposes of curation

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Conférence : “L’innovation pédagogique et l’apprentissage à l'ère du numérique : une perspective nord-américaine”

Conférence : “L’innovation pédagogique et l’apprentissage à l'ère du numérique : une perspective nord-américaine” | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
L’Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne présente une conférence de Jacques Raynauld, professeur d’HEC Montréal.

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Philippe-Didier Gauthier's curator insight, June 26, 3:24 AM

#DémarchePortfolio #Numérique #Sérendipité   l'Evolution des pratiques pédagogiques autour du triangle éternel de l'Education : "Accès, Qualité, Coût" alors que les générations d'étudiants changent.

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12 Dozen Places To Educate Yourself Online For Free

12 Dozen Places To Educate Yourself Online For Free | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
All education is self-education.  Period.  It doesn’t matter if you’re sitting in a college classroom or a coffee shop.  We… (All education is self-education.  Period...

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Richard Samson's curator insight, July 21, 11:38 PM

There is something for everyone here. You can learn about anything online!

Liz Falconer's curator insight, July 22, 7:41 AM

Great quote

 

Linda Alexander's curator insight, July 25, 6:24 AM

An incredible list organized by subject matter....

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Qui transmet quoi dans l'entreprise numérique ? - Digital Society Forum

Qui transmet quoi dans l'entreprise numérique ?  - Digital Society Forum | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
Récemment, dans les discours politiques, on entendait parler de « contrat de génération », dispositif visant à ce que les seniors transmettent leur savoir aux plus jeunes. Or, ce modèle tend de plus en plus à s'inverser. Ou plutôt à s'équilibrer ; certaines entreprises faisant le pari de l'alliance des générations pour améliorer leur production.
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10 Tips To Build Your Professional Learning Community Infographic

10 Tips To Build Your Professional Learning Community Infographic | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
The How To Build Your Professional Learning Community Infographic presents how you can curate your own professional learning community.

 

Learn more:

 

- http://www.scoop.it/webwizard

 


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Chris Carter's curator insight, July 15, 4:47 PM

So very true.

Profleluherne's curator insight, July 16, 2:59 AM

Bon, là il me manque le blog

ManufacturingStories's curator insight, July 16, 5:44 AM

For more resources on Advanced Manufacturing and STEM Education visit http://bit.ly/1640Tbl

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MOOC : retour d’expérience d’une participante engagée | La révolution MOOC

MOOC : retour d’expérience d’une participante engagée | La révolution MOOC | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
RT @MatthieuCisel: MOOC : retour d'expérience d'une participante engagée - http://t.co/oiId7zeI0m http://t.co/oiId7zeI0m

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Gilles Le Page's curator insight, July 7, 1:28 AM

Confirme ce que j'ai ressenti lors des (bons) Moocs que j'ai suivi. 

futurisgood.org's curator insight, July 10, 1:41 AM

Un vrai témoignage d'une personne réelle sur son expérience MOOC:

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The 6-Step Guide To Becoming A Better Learner - Edudemic

The 6-Step Guide To Becoming A Better Learner - Edudemic | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it
“Education is what people do to you and learning is what you do for yourself,” said Joi Ito in his TED2014 talk. “You’re not going to be on top of mountain all by yourself with a #2 pencil … What we need to learn is how to learn.” Indeed, traditional education may not be for …

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W. Bradley Gooderham's curator insight, July 9, 8:00 AM

Some good tips that we can all follow over the summer.    I really like #2: READ.   Reading transports us to places and introduces us to situations that can inform our worldview in the most significant ways.

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Scénariser un module de formation

Scénariser un module de formation | Apprentissage en ligne | Scoop.it

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Louis Levy's curator insight, June 7, 12:46 AM

J'ai parcouru ce didacticiel et l'ai trouvé remarquable, pédagogique et efficace le moins q'on pouvait en attendre bien entendu vu le sujet. A consulter absolument par tout pédagogue même s'il ne prépare pas de cours en ligne tant il développe et illustre les fondamentaux de la pédagogie.

sarah's curator insight, June 7, 2:05 AM

très utile pour élaborer nos UD´s

Authentis Formations's curator insight, June 9, 8:18 AM

Pour réaliser vos modules de formations e-learning