Café puntocom Leche
11.3K views | +3 today
Follow
Café puntocom Leche
Espacio Social de creatividad y aprendizaje ..
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Learning & Mind & Brain
Scoop.it!

ECBCheck | e-learning programme certification

ECBCheck | e-learning programme certification | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

e-Learning Qualidade

ECBCheck é um esquema de melhoria da qualidade para os programas de e-learning, que conduz à atribuição de um rótulo de certificação. Ele consiste de uma comunidade profissional, um procedimento de auto-avaliação para melhorar a garantia de qualidade interno e um peer-review externo para fornecer recomendações de melhoria, bem como um rótulo de qualidade. ECBCheck foi inicialmente projetado para organizações que trabalham no desenvolvimento de capacidades, mas é aberto a todas as organizações de e-learning.


Via Harvey Mellar, Miloš Bajčetić
Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's insight:

adicionar sua visão ...

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Learning & Mind & Brain
Scoop.it!

Adapting courses for the digital era: the professors' perspective

Adapting courses for the digital era: the professors' perspective | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it
"O que eu gostaria de enfatizar que é algumas pessoas vêem como concorrentes educação on-line Com a educação tradicional", disse ele. "E eu os vejo como complementos."

Via Peter Mellow, Miloš Bajčetić
Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's insight:

adicionar sua visão ...

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Learning & Mind & Brain
Scoop.it!

A New Zealand analysis of MOOCs

A New Zealand analysis of MOOCs | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it
Estou sozinho querendo saber o que aconteceu com a educação para a linha de crédito no governo a pensar no futuro? É como se de 20 anos de desenvolvimento de cursos de graduação e pós-graduação de cursos e programas on-line nunca existiram. Certamente uma questão crítica para as instituições e os planejadores do governo é: quais são as vantagens e desvantagens relativas de MOOCs sobre outras formas de aprendizagem on-line? O que MOOCs pode aprender com a nossa experiência anterior com a aprendizagem on-line baseado em crédito? Há várias razões para considerar isso, mas uma das mais importantes é o enorme investimento muitas instituições, e, indiretamente, os governos. já fizeram na aprendizagem on-line à base de crédito. Por e aprendizagem grande, on-line nas universidades públicas, tanto na Nova Zelândia e no Canadá, tem sido muito bem sucedido em termos de aumento do acesso e na aprendizagem dos alunos. Também é importante ter clareza sobre as diferenças e as semelhanças entre a aprendizagem e MOOCs on-line baseado em crédito. Algumas das implicações estabelecidas neste artigo, tais como possibilidades de consórcios e colaboração institucional, se aplicam tanto ao crédito- aprendizagem on-line baseado como a MOOCs, e muitas das críticas negativas de MOOCs, tais como dificuldades de apreciação e falta de apoio ao aluno, desaparecem quando aplicado à aprendizagem. online baseado crédito por favor, formuladores de política, perceber que MOOCs não são sua única opção para a inovação através da aprendizagem online. Existem soluções mais estabelecidas e bem testados já está disponível.









Via Miloš Bajčetić
Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's insight:

adicionar a sua visão ...

more...
Cesar Oswaldo Cesaroswaldo's curator insight, November 22, 2014 8:27 PM

Hi, enjoy this reading, tell me about it¡¡ thanks bye

Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Maximizing Business Value
Scoop.it!

CourseSites as a MOOC Platform: Getting Started (vidéo)

Discover how you can utilize CourseSites as a free, hosted MOOC platform. It is easy to get started! www.coursesites.com

Via Pablo Andrés Castell, CECI Jean-François, Mark Smithers, midmarketplace
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Massively MOOC
Scoop.it!

#MOOCs – The revolution has begun, says Moody’s - University World News

#MOOCs – The revolution has begun, says Moody’s - University World News | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

Another take on the profitabilty of MOOCs - this time looking at who is likely to 'lose in the face of the growing availability of MOOCs'.


Via Curtin Teaching and Learning
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

Stories to TEL: About formal and informal (non-formal) learning

Are #MOOCs only suited for formal or only for informal learning? Or does it depend? And what is the distinction about anyway? 

 

Comment: blog post of mine. (peter sloep, @pbsloep)


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, February 3, 2013 3:34 PM

blog post of mine. (@pbsloep)

Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

#MOOCs: neither the death of the university nor a panacea for learning by Jane Den Hollander

#MOOCs: neither the death of the university nor a panacea for learning by Jane Den Hollander | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

"Over the last few months most of us who work in higher education, as well as those who watch and comment on what we do have been fascinated by a singular topic: the MOOC. [...] They are very new, and no-one yet knows what they will mean or what role they will play. But many already believe that Pandora’s box has been opened. [...] For the first time in our existence, some are questioning the university’s purpose and future. [...] Clearly MOOCs are not the panacea, or a replacement, but they do contribute to a worldwide learning community, hungry to learn and engage with others who wish to do likewise."

 


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

Brainstorm in Progress: Nine Essential #MOOC Links by Geoff Cain

Brainstorm in Progress: Nine Essential #MOOC Links by Geoff Cain | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

A handy list of URLs compiled by Geoff Cain on MOOCs. 


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, February 7, 2013 4:23 PM

A handy list of URLs compiled by Geoff Cain on MOOCs. 

Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

'Conventional' online universities consider strategic response to #MOOCs | Inside Higher Ed

'Conventional' online universities consider strategic response to #MOOCs  | Inside Higher Ed | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

Quite a good, though very US-centred piece on converting MOOC courses into genuine credits. Competence based learning, portfolios and assessments play a pivotal role in the argument. (Peter Sloep)


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Learning & Mind & Brain
Scoop.it!

Where are MOOCs Going? What is the Future of Distance Learning?

Where are MOOCs Going? What is the Future of Distance Learning? | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it
Nesta apresentação eu esboço Quando as novas MOOCs perdeu as verdadeiras inovações em nossos MOOCs conectivistas - não apenas a noção de 'open', mas também o architechture distribuído. A partir dessa base que eu descrevi a nova abordagem aos funcionários com base em uma abordagem de aprendizagem experiencial e envolvente para a aprendizagem. Slides são semelhantes ao meu recente palestra em Glasgow, mas o conteúdo é bem diferente. Para áudio consulte http://www.downes.ca/presentation/366

Via Miloš Bajčetić
Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's insight:

adicionar sua visão ...

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Learning & Mind & Brain
Scoop.it!

The Real Revolution in Online Education Isn’t MOOCs

Por questões de educação baseada em competências.

 

Dados está confirmando o que já sabemos: o recrutamento é uma atividade imprecisa, e graus não se comunicam muito sobre ajuste potencial e de um candidato. Os empregadores precisam saber o que o aluno sabe e pode fazer.

 

Algo está claramente errado quando apenas 11% dos líderes empresariais - em comparação com 96% dos diretores acadêmicos principais - acreditam que os formandos têm as habilidades necessárias para a força de trabalho. É, portanto, improvável que os líderes empresariais estão seguindo de perto o que está acontecendo no ensino superior. Mesmo a mais recente polêmica em torno de cursos on-line massivos abertos (MOOCs) eleva-se a mais do mesmo: acadêmicos de cursos de projeto que correspondem com os seus próprios interesses e não as necessidades da força de trabalho, mas agora a fazê-lo online.

 

Mas há uma nova onda de provedores on-line de aprendizagem com base na competência que não tem absolutamente nada a ver com a oferta de cursos gratuitos, em massa, ou abertos. Na verdade, eles não estão mesmo a construção de campos de per se, mas a criação de uma arquitetura totalmente nova de aprendizagem que tem sérias implicações para as empresas e organizações em todo o mundo.

 

É chamado de educação baseada em competências on-line, e que vai revolucionar o mercado de trabalho.


Via Miloš Bajčetić
Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's insight:

adicionar a sua visão ...

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

Blended Learning Model Definitions | Christensen Institute

Blended Learning Model Definitions | Christensen Institute | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

A definição de blended learning é um programa de educação formal em que um aluno aprende:

(1) pelo menos em parte, através da aprendizagem on-line, com algum elemento de controle aluno ao longo do tempo, lugar, caminho e / ou ritmo;

(2), pelo menos em parte, em um local de tijolo e argamassa supervisionado fora de casa;

(3) e as modalidades ao longo caminho de aprendizagem de cada aluno dentro de um curso ou assunto são conectados para fornecer uma experiência integrada de aprendizagem.

 


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, April 12, 2014 3:41 PM

The focus of these scoop.it pages is networked learning. As the above definition points out, online learning is part and parcel of blended learning experiences. In some cases, the online part is of a social nature, thereby qualifying it as a form of networked learning. Apart from that, next to MOOCs blended learning is another attempt at marrying the online and the offline in learning. Although the terminology used is different, although the intentions are different (for sure if it concerns xMOOCs), there are a lot of similarities worth drawing attention to. This is particularly so since the various forms of blended learning discussed in this short scoop offer useful food for thought for those interested in furthering the evolution of MOOCs. I am thinking in particular of the à-la-carte model and the enriched-virtual model. Also, the classification is unlikely to be exhaustive and therefore provides food for the imaginative thinker.

 @pbsloep

Milena Bobeva's curator insight, April 25, 2014 8:28 AM

The link above is no longer available, but the full details are publishes in the following paper: 
http://www.christenseninstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Is-K-12-Blended-Learning-Disruptive.pdf

Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Alfabetización Mundos Inmersivos
Scoop.it!

Sugata Mitra – Sistemas auto-organizados de alfabetización digital masiva.

Sugata Mitra – Sistemas auto-organizados de alfabetización digital masiva. | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

Internet:Es la primera vez que tenemos una prótesis para ampliar las habilidades de la mente

 

Sugatra Mitra es un profesor proveniente de la India, que entre sus múltiples pasiones se encuentra la relativa a estudiar el proceso de enseñanza y de aprendizaje en función de mejorarlo por una educación más amplia y justa.


Via Alfredo Corell, juandoming, PuertoTICs
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Massively MOOC
Scoop.it!

Alec Couros: Edtech #MOOC, January 2013?

Alec Couros: Edtech #MOOC, January 2013? | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

"During my sabbatical year (July 1/12 to June 30/13), I plan to focus on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) as one of my key areas of research. To do so, I’m considering planning, organizing and facilitating a semester-long MOOC focused on educational technology starting January 2013."


Via Mark Smithers, Kim Flintoff
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

The March of the #MOOCs: Monstrous Open Online Courses by Jesse Stommel | Open Education | HYBRID PEDAGOGY

"MOOCs are a red herring. The MOOC didn’t appear last week, out of a void, vacuum-packed. The MOOC has been around for years, biding its time. Still, the recent furor about MOOCs, which some have called “hysteria,” opens important questions about higher education, digital pedagogy, and online learning. The MOOCs themselves aren’t what’s really at stake. In spite of the confused murmurs in the media, MOOCs won’t actually chomp everything in their path. And they aren’t an easy solution to higher education’s financial crisis. In fact, a MOOC isn’t a thing at all, just a methodological approach, with no inherent value except insofar as it’s used."

Comment: article/blog post that may serve as an introduction to the MOOC about MOOCs Hybrid Pedagogy has organised. I am not sure I get everything (why can't a solution be a methodological approach at the same time?) or agree with everything (the O for openness is not about being free but about lacking formal entrance requirements, as with Open universities), the piece should serve its purpose of as a discussion starter (peter sloep)


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, February 7, 2013 4:27 PM

Article/blog post that may serve as an introduction to the MOOC about MOOCs Hybrid Pedagogy has organised. I am not sure I get everything (why can't a solution be a methodological approach at the same time?) or agree with everything (the O for openness is not about being free but about lacking formal entrance requirements, as with Open universities), the piece should serve its purpose of as a discussion starter (@pbsloep)

Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

What is necessary and what is contingent in #MOOC design | presentation by George Roberts et al.

What is necessary and what is contingent in #MOOC design | presentation by George Roberts et al. | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it
Presentation to HEA/SEDA conference on First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (FSLT12) massive open online course...

 

Comment: useful overview plus tips for those who want to give it a shot themselves. (peter sloep)


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Carlos Rodrigues Cadre from Networked Learning - MOOCs and more
Scoop.it!

E-Learning: Going down to the crossroads. Track 2: Same as it ever was: Pedagogical slippage in #MOOCs and other top 40 hits | Peter Bryant

E-Learning: Going down to the crossroads. Track 2: Same as it ever was: Pedagogical slippage in #MOOCs and other top 40 hits | Peter Bryant | Café puntocom Leche | Scoop.it

"Our understanding of learning, teaching and assessment evolves, and adapts into new ways of thinking about pedagogy. But as these practices seep into the mainstream, they don’t mutate or replicate, they can become hollowed out, a fresh new shell for the way we have always done ’it’. This pedagogical slippage occurs across most of the e-learning landscape. New ideas become old ideas in a shiny new suit. And in the end, all we are innovating is the technology and not the way it’s used."

 

Comment: Peter Bryant quite rightly notices that innovation in education is robbed of its novelty quite often once it gets mainstraimed. In my words, everybody reads in it what suits them best, not really making the effort to understand the design as it was intended, thus adding to confusion or, worse, to an understanding of educational innovation as unable to deliver something really worthwhile. ePortfolios turned into institutional monitoring systems are a prime example, I feel. Getting back to Peter's article, MOOCs are an innovation that gets mainstraimed (cMOOCs) or really are distance education reinvented  (xMOOCs). Same story for the so-called flipped classroom. (peter sloep)


Via Peter B. Sloep
more...
No comment yet.