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The future of handwriting

The future of handwriting | educacion-y-ntic | Scoop.it
This is the second in our Future Of series, where we analyze and dissect one facet of life that's been impacted by digital technology. Today, we look at handwriting.



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Sobre el futuro de la escritura manuscrita. Interesante ver su importancia en el desarrollo neurológico.

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Schools ask parents to stump up £200 for iPads

Schools ask parents to stump up £200 for iPads | educacion-y-ntic | Scoop.it
Many families are being forced to buy or rent tablets for classroom use
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Reino Unido: familias obligadas a comprar o rentar tablets para sus hijos, por la escuela...

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Derechos de autor en las aulas virtuales · pompilo

Derechos de autor y aulas virtuales: polemica.

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The Trouble with On Line Education…mis fire by NY Times op ed | The High-Velocity Edge

Defensa de la educacion online, por Steven Spear. En respuesta a critica de Mark Edmundson en el New York Times.

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MOOCs: neither the death of the university nor a panacea for learning

MOOCs: neither the death of the university nor a panacea for learning | educacion-y-ntic | Scoop.it
My childhood was influenced in some measure by two great icons that no longer exist. The first was Kodak – I adored my Box Brownie and I still have the wonderful grainy black and white pics. The second great icon was larger than Kodak: it was a stack of books known as Encyclopaedia Britannica.

The childhood I experienced was not unusual. For baby boomers, Kodak was our memory collector of choice and Encyclopaedia Britannica the Google of its day. But neither has survived the remorseless advance of the digital economy.

The invention of the internet, the inevitable convergence to a mobile phone or tablet, and the discovery of how to monetise a digital transaction have been death blows to these two icons and to so many others we can all name. And this transformation is far from finished.

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.

This abbreviation – for Massive Open Online Course – is a term likely to enter into our common vernacular. A MOOC is a course or unit accessible, usually with no prerequisites, to anyone who wishes to enrol, usually for free, and with self-assessment or peer assessment along the way. Many now are being offered by household name universities who may not give you credit towards a degree, but will often award certificates of participation, or even a grade.

Most MOOCs are now delivered by acknowledged experts and outstanding teachers. 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.

 

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"La misión principal de la escuela ya no es enseñar cosas"

"La misión principal de la escuela ya no es enseñar cosas" | educacion-y-ntic | Scoop.it
"Internet lo hace mejor", dice Francesco Tonucci
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Para debatir, declaraciones de Francesco Tonucci sobre el rol de la escuela.

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Polémica sobre los niños y el uso de videojuegos y pantallas interactivas

Polémica sobre los niños y el uso de videojuegos y pantallas interactivas | educacion-y-ntic | Scoop.it
science - Un controvertido estudio de la Academia de las Ciencias de Francia asegura que el uso dosificado de videojuegos y pantallas interactivas podría tener un efecto positivo en los…

Via Francisco Revuelta
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Estudio dice que uso de juegos en pantallas interactivas puede ser positivo, en compañía de adultos.

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Un tema que ha generado tanto opiniones en pro,como en contra...los videojuegos y su efecto formativo...(???!!!)

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The Trouble With Online Education

The Trouble With Online Education | educacion-y-ntic | Scoop.it
Internet courses are monologues. True learning is a dialogue.
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Traditional face-to-face higher education will become a privilege of a few | Cristobal Cobo

Traditional face-to-face higher education will become a privilege of a few | Cristobal Cobo | educacion-y-ntic | Scoop.it

Segun Cristobal Cobo, la educacion cara a cara se volverá un privilegio para unos pocos.


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