The first report proposes ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education. You can see a summary of each innovation at the menu on the right. Please contribute with comments on the report and the innovations.
It’s hard to find a field that hasn’t been radically changed by technology, and education is no exception. Few classrooms these days operate without digital tools, gadgets, or applications that have made it easier for teachers to track student progress and tailor lessons to student needs and interests.
Los diarios de papel están temblando. Nunca fueron escritos para los niños, pero hace años, los periódicos no se preocupaban por eso. Era una cuestión de tiempo. La tropa infantil, cuando se hacía adulta, se convertía en fiel lectora.
Silvia Prieto's insight:
Uso de la realidad aumentada para convertir noticias del periódico en relatos infantiles animados
See on Scoop.it – E-Learning-Inclusivo (Mashup) juandon Estamos casi todos interesados en el mLearning en estos días, en sus herramientas, en sus planteamientos de aprendizaje…pero pocos en su derivación efectiva ...
"If you hate meetings then you’ll be glad to see that Evermeeting, a new iOS app, could be a good fit. Evermeeting helps record meeting, assign tasks and notes to various constituents, create and share an agenda, create attendee lists, and generally streamline the experience of sitting in a room with other people." TECHCRUNCH
Here's how. It's an easy-to-use App that will enable you to create, record, and share your meetings in a very simple way.
You can create an agenda, take notes, introduce marks and tasks… it's all easy, fast and visual, generating a logical timeline of everything that you deem important, as if it were the minutes of a meeting.
It is a model in which authentic, often hands-on, experiences and student interests drive the learning process, and the videos, as they are being proposed in the flipped classroom discourse, support the learning rather than being central or at the core of learning.
In 2020, students may be able to travel to faraway continents, and attend a school halfway around the world.
Experts predict technology will facilitate distance learning outside of traditional classrooms, according to a survey published by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. In the study, 1,021 education experts and stakeholders including technology researchers, university directors, venture capitalists and Ivy League university professors, relayed their predictions about the future of higher education.
Rather than having them write a paper and hand it in only for the teacher to read, waiting for some kind of assessment, Jimenez offers a different perspective in this interview with the Atlantic at the Aspen Ideas Festival: “Writing should be public, it should give a sense of urgency and visibility… for students to feel that their writing has a voice in the world.”