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Stanford researchers, working with Google and NVIDIA, have created a new neural network system for machine learning that is six times the size of the unit built last year that taught itself how to recognize cats on the internet.
"This is all still very low compared to the human brain, with some 100 trillion connections, but at this rate of amplification it won't be long until AIs are at the capacity of human-level intelligence." Μπορούμε να κοιμόμαστε ήσυχοι για λίγο ακόμα...
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I think we are seeing consciousness merge with technology at a much more rapid page than is being predicted. Mind directed technology, images from the mind, robotics, and computer neural networks are coming together rapidly.
"Machine learning, a fast-growing branch of the artificial intelligence (AI) field, is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed. In the past decade, machine learning has given us self-driving cars, effective web search and a vastly improved understanding of the human genome. Many researchers believe that it is the best way to make progress towards human-level AI."
As researchers work on these model systems of neural networks, they contribute to our understanding of our brains - how information is gathered (sensed), stored (memory), accessed and employed (thought).
learning profiles:multiple intelligence
great idea from @ktenkely #gtchat #multipleintelligences #education #differentiation
I like this for its interactive format. The more we know about our students, the better we can meet them where they learn.
These videos on how to study represent both the latest in cognitive research on how people learn and Stephen Chew's many years of experience teaching undergraduates.
Useful guidelines for students and teachers.
Students are early adopting trendsetters. Teachers can be too. Just check out these next-gen devices to see what's coming soon.
Curious to see "google glass" implementation in education.
by Leanna Johnson
Why Students Like Scoop.it
1. Inclusion of visual elements
2. Community networking
3. Immediate tap-in to a broad range of social media
4. Autonomy and expression in a collaborative environment
5. Ongoing, succinct conversation through commenting
6. Ownership of personal learning
7. Mobile Learning Potential
Why Educators like Scoop.it
1. It provides personal learning and deeper understanding of topics
2. Individual or cooperative work
3. Research using filters
4. Understanding of how keywords attract online readers
5. Activity similar to discussion boards, a necessary skill for online LMS environments
6. All levels of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy, the low-order to high-order cognitives educators consider when choosing technology tools
A very good tool in constructing our PLN.
ScoopIt is especially powerful if you use it to teach your students the art of curation through critical thinking!
I read the post 10 Questions To Help You Become A Better Teacher This School Year by Terry Heick with interest. The post grabbed my attention as I often sum up my own ideas in ten points. It has so...
Σκέψεις.. για αυτοκριτική και αυτοβελτίωση.
Differentiated instruction is not a single strategy or formula. It is a way of thinking about the diversity of learners in our classrooms and acting on this knowledge throughout the process of planning, implementing, and evaluating so that we can promote the deepest possible understanding for all students.
‘I have to teach content to human beings and I have to know those human beings to teach that content well.” —Carol Ann Tomlinson
Today's classrooms require the implementation of differentiated instruction.
i like this.......nice article....
Interessant. Ik interesseer me erg voor kennis-/informatieoverdracht. Aardige poging. Ik vraag me af of dit ooit compleet kan zijn, zoals hier al staat: 'not a single strategy or formula'. Maar ik zou mij eerst moeten verdiepen in betekenis en reikwijdte van de gebruikte termen!
Bloom's Taxonomy is one of the most cited theoretical constructions within education and e-learning.
Flipped learning has been around for awhile. It's a rethinking of the standard classroom model that puts students in the driver's seat. With the influx of technology into education, the flipped classroom model has really taken off.
Flip teaching, reverse instruction, reverse teaching, blended learning, pre- teaching.
"The flipped classroom is a mindset, not a method" Brian Bennett
What better way to help younger students to understand their (larger) world than to have other kids who are living it teach about it? That's the idea that Touchable Earth is employing for their project.
Θαυμάσιο! Κάτι ανάλογο που γίνεται και στην Ευρώπη, σε επίπεδο σχολείων, με το e-twinning: http://www.etwinning.net/en/pub/index.htm
Here's a brief look at the evolution of classroom technology. Do you have a piece of technology that you think should be included? Tweet @edudemic or let me know in the comments!
Να προσθέσω και τους 3d printers: http://www.3dprinters.gr/news/google/google.htm
I’m both in awe and encouraged at the current trend of teacher-led professional learning occurring across our country. Our nations’ teachers are taking control of their own learning and are using a wide variety of social media platforms to do so.
"I would encourage all school administrators to become familiar with the development of a PLN and ask that they dedicate time and energy to supporting and encouraging teachers in the development of their PLN."
...Πού γίνονται αυτά;
Consider Digital Storytelling as the 21st Century version of the age-old art of storytelling with a twist: digital tools now make it possible for anyone to create a story and share it with the world.
Από το άρθρο:"Digital stories push students to become creators of content, rather than just consumers. Weaving together images, music, text, and voice, digital stories can be created in all content areas and at all grade levels while incorporating the 21st century skills of creating, communicating, and collaborating."
Έξι μήνες και 400 ώρες σκληρής δουλειάς χρειάστηκε ένας πολλά υποσχόμενος Έλληνας φοιτητής της ρομποτικής για να κατασκευάσει το πρώτο ρομπότ στον κόσμο που μιμείται την ανθρώπινη συμπεριφορά.
«Μιμείται μία ανθρώπινη συμπεριφορά, δηλαδή τον τρόπο που θα αντιδρούσε ένας άνθρωπος», λέει χαρακτηριστικά ο Παναγιώτης Γναφάκης.
Penicillin, X-rays, Viagra: Some of man's greatest discoveries were made by accident.
"...a tool that could help autistic users identify facial cues in real time."
30 Incredible Ways Technology Will Change Education By 2028
Flickr: Corey Leopold Inspired by Sandy Speicher's vision of the designed school day of the future, reader Shelly Blake-Plock shared his own predictions
DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION AS A SIGN OF DISTINGUISHED TEACHER
The 21st century is customizable. In ten years, the teacher who hasn’t yet figured out how to use tech to personalize learning will be the teacher out of a job. Differentiation won’t make you ‘distinguished’; it’ll just be a natural part of your work.
Ανακαλύπτοντας τον άγνωστο κόσμο του ερευνητή
Η «Βραδιά του Ερευνητή», η μεγαλύτερη πανευρωπαϊκή γιορτή επιστήμης και έρευνας, πραγματοποιείται την Παρασκευή 27 Σεπτεμβρίου 2013 στο Εθνικό Κέντρο Έρευνας Φυσικών Επιστημών «Δημόκριτος» (ΕΚΕΦΕ «Δημόκριτος») από τις 18:00 έως τα μεσάνυχτα, παράλληλα με άλλα ακαδημαϊκά κέντρα σε περίπου 300 πόλεις της Ευρώπης. Περιλαμβάνει πλήθος εκδηλώσεων, που δίνουν την ευκαιρία στο ευρύ κοινό να έρθει σε επαφή με τους ερευνητές και να γνωρίσει το επιστημονικό έργο και την κοινωνική προσφορά τους.
The future of learning is exciting, filled with innovative ideas, and no one in their right mind knows more than that. Anyone who says otherwise is pulling your leg.
"The idea of school will be completely different. School in general will take the form of self-organized classrooms, remote learning, or some other structure."
And furthermore I 'd say : e-teaching led, artificial intelligence constructed amd expert systems implemented.
Thanks to the Institute of Play’s MobileQuest CoLab, Pittsburgh educators took part in a two-week intensive professional development program for teachers to explore the learning potential of play, game design, and mobile technology.
"...games have the power to teach complex systems thinking—skills that today’s students are going to need in the workplaces of the future."
Another Pittsburgh project integrating game-based learning.
There hasn't been much of a place for Wikipedia in the classroom. But that could soon change after you check out these few learning tips!
Also: create, communicate, think critical
I've found that this isn't as easy to set as an objective for learning as it should be... not because of students or teachers, but because administrators are reluctant to "authorize" these kinds of projects without some kind of assurance it won't lead to demands for change in their buildings, and parents are scared their children will be exposed to all the bad things on the Internet. This was especially true in my school in a high-rent district (after all, aren't rich kids more valuable?)
Don't forget to get buy-in from these essential partners BEFORE you start a project that may lead to a learning revolution Not just in your classroom but everywhere! Load your boat before you set sail!
nao somente criancas, vejo essas expectativas para aprendizado de adultos tambem.
Important message for teachers who might not be in this place yet. "Technology is a tool, not a learning outcome."
Enjoy our HTML 5 interactive infographic that exaplains why infographics are so successful
Works for me!
There's an ambitious project on Kickstarter right now that's aiming to bring a digital library to developing countries. And they just might succeed.
Κάτι σαν το "Μικρό αναγνώστη" του ΕΚΕΒΙ
Ευτυχώς που πρόλαβαν και ανέβασαν πολλά βιβλία πριν το κλείσουν κι αυτό.
Δείτε κι εδώ ¨Παραμύθια ελληνικά"
κι εδώ "Παιχνιδόκουτο"
και φυσικά ο "Παραμυθάς" που έχει παραμύθια σε κείμενο, TV και ήχο
Billed as the biggest educational technology conference in Australia, I note with interest as I sum up the big ideas from EduTECH, that they are not about the technology. These were some of the mes...
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