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El Musical de Edutify: "Seré más freak que el Coordinador TIC"

Una de las sorpresas más divertidas que se encontraron los más de 1.000 docentes que asistieron al Encuentro Internacional EducaRed 2011 fue la actuación de ...
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Teaching How to Write a Paragraph Shows How to Write an Essay

Teaching How to Write a Paragraph Shows How to Write an Essay | Education CC | Scoop.it
Almost everything students must know to write an essay they can discover from how to write a paragraph. Expository paragraphs are the most important paragraph writing products.
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Infographic Of The Day: 13 Rules For Realizing Your Creative Vision | Co. Design

Infographic Of The Day: 13 Rules For Realizing Your Creative Vision | Co. Design | Education CC | Scoop.it
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Professor tries improving lectures by removing them from class | Inside Higher Ed

Professor tries improving lectures by removing them from class | Inside Higher Ed | Education CC | Scoop.it
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Socrative | Student response system | Engage audiences

Socrative | Student response system | Engage audiences | Education CC | Scoop.it
Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational games and exercises via smartphones and tablets. Our apps are super simple and take seconds to load and run.
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bubbabrain, K-12+, AP/IB, SAT Interactive vocabulary practice!

K-12+, AP/IB, SAT Interactive vocabulary practice!
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Project Based Learning & iPad Integration

In this http://POWERONTEXAS.COM video you can see at ACU the belief is that motivated and capable teacher candidates can and should be involved in research. ...
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Half an Hour: The Role of Open Educational Resources in Personal Learning

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PLACE: Population, Landscape, and Climate Estimates

PLACE: Population, Landscape, and Climate Estimates | Education CC | Scoop.it
PLACE II estimates the number of people (head counts and percents) and the land area (square kilometers and percents) represented within each class of a number of physical, biological and climate variables, for each country around the world...
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100 Video Sites Every Educator Should Bookmark | Accredited Online Colleges.com

100 Video Sites Every Educator Should Bookmark | Accredited Online Colleges.com | Education CC | Scoop.it
One way many teachers are reaching out is with the multitude of material found on the web, allowing them to turn everyday lessons into a multimedia experience.
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iPad progression in 3 months!

Kaiden has had his iPad for 3 months. Here is how far he has come! I had been trying for nearly a year to teach him to use his pointing finger and it took ab...
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Field Trip Experiment – Kids Using Google Goggles at the Museum

Field Trip Experiment – Kids Using Google Goggles at the Museum | Education CC | Scoop.it
Recently, my AP Art History kids and I took a field trip to the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center. I decided that it would be a great opportunity for the students to play with Go...
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Save paper & ink printing only what you want « PrintWhatYouLike.com

Save paper & ink printing only what you want « PrintWhatYouLike.com | Education CC | Scoop.it
Format any web page for printing in seconds with this free online editor...
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Creative Commons: What every Educator needs to know

This slideshow provides the framework for a discussion about how educators can model 'creative integrity' and how they can assist students in leverage the Creat...
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Born to Learn ~ You are Born to Learn

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Born to learn is a fun, thought-provoking series of animations that illustrate ground-breaking new discoveries about how humans learn...
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Science - 100+ Free Internet Resources for Real Teachers in Real Classrooms

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Personal Learning Environments and Vygotsky - Graham Attwell (April, 2010)

Personal Learning Environments and Vygotsky - Graham Attwell (April, 2010) | Education CC | Scoop.it

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Within this perspective a Personal Learning Environment could be seen as allowing the representation of knowledge, skills and prior learning and a set of tools for interaction with peers to accomplish further tasks. The PLE would be dynamic in that it would allow reflection on those task and further assist in the representation of prior knowledge, skills and experiences. In this context experiences are seen as representing performance or practice. Through access to external symbol systems (Clark, 1997) such as metadata, ontologies and taxonomies the internal learning can be transformed into externalised knowledge and become part of the scaffolding for others as a representation of a MKO within a Zone of Proximal Development. Such an approach to the design of a Personal Learning Environment can bring together the everyday evolving uses of social networks and social media with pedagogic theories to learning.

 


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Ken Morrison's comment, November 25, 2011 6:42 PM
Thank You for sharing this!
I sometimes fail to find the perfect balance between the Constructivist idea that inquiry/tension is the catalyst for engaged learning and this following quote:
”During scaffolding the first step is to build interest and engage the learner. Once the learner is actively participating, the given task should be simplified by breaking it into smaller sub-tasks. During this task, the teacher needs to keep the learner focused, while concentrating on the most important ideas of the assignment. One of the most integral steps in scaffolding consists of keeping the learner from becoming frustrated. The final task associated with scaffolding involves the teacher modelling possible ways of completing tasks, which the learner can then imitate and eventually internalise” (Dahms et al., 2007).
This article gave me some important things to think about. Thanks