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La scuola, gli editori e il digitale secondo Dino Baldi (Giunti Scuola)

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L'editoria scolastica digitale secondo Dino Baldi (Giunti Scuola)
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Ho voluto interpellare Dino Baldi su alcune questioni che mi stanno particolarmente a cuore e che ho affrontato in modo articolato in un ebook di prossima pubblicazione all’interno della collana Deep di:duepunti edizioni, in cui compare anche una parte di questa chiacchierata.

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Il digitale e la scuola

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aggiornamenti, integrazioni, interviste e recensioni del libro
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Per chi ha letto il libro e vuole approfondire; per chi non l'ha letto e vuole sapere di che si tratta. 

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Project Based Learning » Instructional Techolog...

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Project Based Learning http://t.co/5CkkU8uoKH (Project Based Learning » Instructional Techology | @scoopit via @tektrainer http://t.co/xzXIc757yE #PBL)...
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10 Tips For Effective eLearning - Infographic

10 Tips For Effective eLearning - Infographic | Education 2.0 | Scoop.it
These ten 'links' are basically some step by step tips to ensure that your eLearning and teaching time is well-planned, dynamic, efficient, and effective.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, January 20, 2014 1:49 PM

These apply to all learning settings and should be repeated regularly so we follow good principles in 'classrooms' regardless of their design.

niftyjock's curator insight, January 22, 2014 4:35 PM

and turn computer on

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Digitale e scuola: questo matrimonio s’ha da fare? — Il digitale a scuola — Medium

Digitale e scuola: questo matrimonio s'ha da fare? - Il digitale a scuola - Medium
Mentre scrivevo, nel 2013–14, il mio breve saggio Il digitale e la scuola italiana, il dibattito su tecnologie e scuola …
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Alcune riflessioni su dei recenti articoli riguardanti educazione e tecnologie.

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Digitale, creatività, apprendimento

Digitale, creatività, apprendimento | Education 2.0 | Scoop.it
In perfetta coerenza con lo spirito e lo scopo di questo spazio, creato proprio per integrare, ampliare e approfondire a…
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Di come il digitale sta rivitalizzando (e rivalutando) teorie e metodi vecchi di un secolo e più. 

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eLearning Business Trends in 2014

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I’m sure by now you’ve seen all kinds of predictions on what elearning is going to look like in 2014. Social, MOOC, gamification, games, byte-sized learning, performance management, mobile content, HTML5, Tin Can API - these were the buzz words in 2013, and many gurus have predicted that these trends will gain further momentum in 2014.

World-a heterogeneous eLearning market 

eLearning has different drivers in different geographies, and this is what I see happening basis our conversations with customers and prospects across the globe..


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, January 8, 2014 6:14 PM

Predictions on how e-learning business might trend in 2014 based on key business drivers across geographies, L&D challenges and e-learning buzz words like Social, MOOC, gamification, games, byte-sized learning, performance management, mobile..

Mellissa Rempfer, Founder of the Brilliance and Business Community's curator insight, January 8, 2014 8:26 PM

Organizations whether it be a small business, NPO, or corporation- each are always looking for a way to increase performance, and training and development are right in alignment with supporting this work. This is an interesting read and insight in how e-learning is growing and changing around the world. If you have an organization that is just in one country or expands internationally, this article provides some great insight in what is happening so you can accommodate with the growing trend.


What I find also interesting is the increase in demand for ROI with learning retention, while using mobile devices and the need to have search capabilities and different mediums of presenting the content. Whew, that is a lot to demand from an instructional designer to work magic with, and still be able to make sure learning and engagement are taking place between the facilitator/instructor and learner. It seems like we are living in a time when people want everything yesterday and as quick as possible at their fingertips. Learning is a development skill and does not happen instantly; it happens over time. This writer at least is aware that there is a need of having further continual learning structure that e-learning can offer to support the initial learning, which I know helps connect and resonate the information in a more integrated way.


This article also demonstrated that not everyone can be instructional designers and teachers, and having someone who is skilled in this field can make or break the success of how effective your staff and organization is going to do with its growth and clients. Having someone who has no formal experience/training to design classes, workshops, trainings, and programs is a disservice to your organization and can hurt your growth. By not understanding or leveraging the ins and outs of what are the needs for success for the adult learner is dangerous! I say this because I once thought I was this fabulous trainer and designer just because I could figure out how to do a ttraining and people liked what I did. However after spending several years working on a Masters in this field, I discovered the complexities of not only the learning process, but the design components need to be addressed. Together this makes a faboulus designer and trainer/education.  Often times people leave what could be a great learning experience  as an ok to flat one (and not one that people are eager to share to have other people sign up that they know). I can say with confidence since this new insight and commitment to the understanding the complexitities of this line of work. Program and trainings designs from myself and my company have sold themselves, because attendees who have participated in something we designed for another company approach us to have us design work for their companies to help them grow and thrive. 


So my wish for your 2014 year, don't bore people. Engage them and meet them right where they are. These are fellow humans who hate being participants in yet another dull and boring trainings. Make your trainings interesting, relevant, applicable, thought provoking, and memorable. If you are not doing these, then it is time to reassess your training program.


Best wishes,

-Mellissa Rempfer

www.GivingExcellence.com 

Your Organization. Thriving. 



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10 Tips For Effective eLearning - Edudemic

10 Tips For Effective eLearning - Edudemic | Education 2.0 | Scoop.it

Teaching online involves all the difficulties of teaching in person, with a few extra wrenches thrown in. Navigating the path of online learning can sometimes be rough, so the makers of the handy infographic below put together ten ‘links’ that make the ‘chain of e-Learning’ to help guide you on the online teaching path.  These ten 'links' are basically some step by step tips to ensure that your eLearning and teaching time is well-planned, dynamic, efficient, and effective.


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