In Teaching Crowds, Dron and Anderson introduce a new model for understanding and exploiting the pedagogical potential of Web-based technologies, one that rests on connections — on networks and collectives — rather than on separations. Recognizing that online learning both demands and affords new models of teaching and learning, the authors show how learners can engage with social media platforms to create an unbounded field of emergent connections. These connections empower learners, allowing them to draw from one another’s expertise to formulate and fulfill their own educational goals. In an increasingly networked world, developing such skills will, they argue, better prepare students to become self-directed, lifelong learners.
At some point when you’re studying, you’re bound to run into some group work. Yes, this mean being able to work with others. Sometimes, it’s hard enough communicating with your peers but having the right tools when dealing with group work can help a great deal. In today’s digital age, ... Continue reading »
Featuring more than 150 charts, 300 tables, and over 100 000 figures, it provides data on the structure, finances, and performance of education systems in the OECD’s 34 member countries, as well as a number of partner countries.
Publicado no Boa Informação Título original: "Filósofo francês que estará em evento do EXTRA, Pierre Lévy defende: ‘Não há conhecimento sem esforço" Um professor com jeitão de guia e um aluno mais responsável pela sua formação. Esse é o futuro projetado pelo filósofo francês