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Pedagogical, technological and social dimensions of education in the cyberculture.
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Educação como instrumento para o desenvolvimento sustentável

Educação como instrumento para o desenvolvimento sustentável | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
“Repensar a educação: rumo a um bem comum mundial?” é a tradução para o português do documento Rethinking education: towards a global common good?, publicado pela Unesco em 2015.

O material se propõe a ser instrumento de reflexão em um mundo cujas transformações têm ocorrido de maneira veloz: é necessário pensar em novos modelos de ensino e aprendizagem em condições complexas. Além disso, a tecnologia pode ser usada como potencializadora desse processo.

Partindo de uma abordagem humanista e de princípios como a diversidade, o texto apresenta experiências, conceitos e informações direcionadas à promoção do desenvolvimento sustentável.

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54 Flipped Classroom Tools For Teachers And Students -

54 Flipped Classroom Tools For Teachers And Students - | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
RT @WeAreTeachers: 54 Flipped Classroom Tools For Teachers And Students https://t.co/SATzywxPzC #edchat #edtech https://t.co/ZAqghL1Apl
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54 is a LOT of tools for any teacher or learner to get their head around but there are some good ones in here!
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Creating blended learning content | Jisc

Creating blended learning content | Jisc | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Blended learning provides a combination of face-to-face learning and dynamic digital content that facilitates anytime/anyplace learning. With so many digital technologies available on both proprietary and free-to-use platforms, creating blended learning content can seem like a daunting task. Finding the right approach that meets the needs of your learners is challenging at a time when academics are increasingly being asked to do more with less.

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Blended Learning Implementation Guide 3.0

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“ A DLN Smart Series paper with recommendations for developing and implementing an effective plan to adopt a blended learning model.”
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How is Technology Transforming Education? Sir Ken Robinson Video Series from Adobe Education

Technology is changing the world rapidly, impacting the way students learn and opening new possibilities for educators. Take a look what Sir Ken Robinso

Technology is changing the world rapidly, impacting the way students learn and opening new possibilities for educators. Take a look what Sir Ken Robinso

 

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Ken Robinson is always someone we should listen to ! Education and all the possibilities allowing us to make it better is even more important in days like today !
 
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One of my go-to favorites!  
 
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Tous les dossiers de Thot – Année 2015 | Thot Cursus

Tous les dossiers de Thot – Année 2015 | Thot Cursus | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Le succès possède une qualité formidable pour ceux qui le partagent: il entraîne tout le monde à sa suite, sans effort. De ce fait, il a tendance à déranger ceux qui voient leur pouvoir s’éroder par ce changement, ce qui constitue presque un indice positif du succès réel. Il n’y a jamais eu autant de connaissances et de moyens de la partager sur la terre, ni jamais autant de gens assoiffés d’apprendre. Des écoles et des universités s‘ouvrent en nombre jamais vu et la qualité des enseignements est maintenant à l’ordre du jour. Tous les indicateurs de développement sont en progression, dans presque tous les pays, quoique les économistes et les médias puissent en dire. #Thot a commencé l’année 2015 avec «Valeur en soi» et «Monde Cruel», sans se douter à quel point ces dossiers seraient d’actualité. Nous la finissons avec «L’oreille de la direction» et «Se réinventer»… Comme société […]The post Tous les dossiers de Thot – Année 2015 | Thot Cursus appeared first on La Digital Learning Academy .
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40 Incredible Blogs That Are Changing Education | Edudemic

40 Incredible Blogs That Are Changing Education | Edudemic | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
This is part of a series of ‘Best of 2011‘ posts where we share some of the best education-related materials of the past year. Be sure to check back on a regular basis as we’ve got some pretty exciting stuff coming soon! The world of education is rapidly changing. From an unprecedented amount of teachers and administrators connecting online to the amount of resources being shared on a daily basis, it’s an exciting time. In fact, the world of global education seems to be shifting so quickly that it’s hard to keep up. Lucky for you, there are dozens of incredible blogs and websites that constantly discuss the future of education.
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Les nouveaux défis de l'éducation

Les nouveaux défis de l'éducation | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
“Michel Serres réfléchit à la question des savoirs à transmettre. Ça vaut le temps nécessaire à sa lecture. http://t.co/S9FizE1BPF
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Una interesante reflexión respecto de las siguientes preguntas: qué enseñamos, a quién y para qué...

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Understanding Project-Based Learning in the Online Classroom

Understanding Project-Based Learning in the Online Classroom | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
“ In his wonderful TED talk, Dan Meyer describes how he began one of his math classes by showing students a video of a hose slowly filling a bucket with water. After a while of watching the video, one of the students blurted out “When is this going to end?” at which point Meyer asked the students how they would determine when it would end. The students started listing what they needed to solve the problem, such as flow rate, dimensions of the container, how to determine the volume of a cylinder, etc., and then worked to find the solution. Meyer’s point is that we teach math the wrong way by giving students problems that already contain the relevant information. In the real world, one of the biggest steps in solving a problem is determining which information is relevant from all the information we are given. Here’s a perfect example of the theory and practice behind project-based learning. Project-based learning is a hot topic in education, but most faculty do not understand how to incorporate it into their teaching. The principle is simple: Students learn best when they learn in the process of working toward a goal. Unfortunately, the value of project-based learning is often expressed in vague platitudes about “student-centered learning” or “knowledge creation.” In reality, the main value of project-based learning is that it teaches students to ask the right questions. Traditional assignments predefine the information that the students will use. Project-based learning puts students into the position of having to determine what information they need by asking the right questions.”
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[PDF] Recombinant Education: Regenerating the Learning Ecosystem

[PDF] Recombinant Education: Regenerating the Learning Ecosystem | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
The future is not a fixed point. It is ours to create. This forecast previews five disruptions that will reshape learning over the next decade. Responding to them with creativity rather than fear will be critical to preparing all learners for an uncertain future.
 
An explosion of innovation has been transforming how we think about learning and how we organize talent and resources for learning experiences and has effectively unbundled “school” as we knew it. The tightly bound relationships and resource flows that used to deliver instruction, develop curriculum, perform ssessment, grant credentials, and provide professional evelopment are dissolving. Teaching and learning have become uncoupled from traditional educational institutions and are now available through and enhanced by a vibrant learning ecosystem.
 
Across industries and institutions, the digital explosion has caused a similar breakdown of traditional assumptions, models, and relationships. It has also created unexpected possibilities for those willing to experiment with the novel recombination of resources, talent, and technology. For example, cities struggling to do more with less have been reorganizing to systematically take advantage of citizen contributions. Publishers faced with declining revenue models have been restructuring to leverage tablet computing and social media applications. U.S. board-certified doctors have been reorganizing resources so as to be available to patients 24/7 via mobile communications and video conferencing in order to improve access to healthcare.
 
Knowledge-based industries such as education continue to confro
nt the most significant disruptions and also to find the greatest opportunities for recombination. In keeping with that trend, the next decade promises to bring extensive recombination to education. As new education innovations, organizations, resources and relationships proliferate, we have the opportunity to put the pieces — some long-established and some new — together in new sequences to create a diverse and evolving learning ecosystem. Just as genetic recombination increases diversity by producing new forms of DNA, so too education recombination promises to bolster the learning ecosystem’s resilience, helping it withstand threats and make use of possibilities.
 
At its best, recombinant education will discover diverse organizational forms and learning formats that find many ways to integrate talent, community assets, and global resources in support of student-centered learning. New ways of reassembling what seem like disparate pieces —and of incorporating new kinds of inputs— have the potential to usher in a world of learning that provides rich personalization for every learner throughout a lifetime.
 
Of course, less promising alternatives are also possible. If we do not effectively engage in ongoing education recombination, we risk letting the disruptions of the coming decade perpetuate inequities for learners, undermine the learning ecosystem’s capacity to adapt, and narrow the impact of education innovations by keeping them largely uncoordinated, opportunistic, and fragmented. The choice is ours to make, and the future ours to shape. What will be the future of learning in your organization, community, or region?

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Digital Literacy Dover: Dealing with Digital Distractions in the classroom

Digital Literacy Dover: Dealing with Digital Distractions in the classroom | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it

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Elizabeth E Charles's curator insight, January 16, 6:31 AM

Some of the reasons for  digital distractions in the classroom and how to mitigate these.

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School and Teacher Assessment Collection | Explore Taylor & Francis Online

School and Teacher Assessment Collection | Explore Taylor & Francis Online | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it

We have put together a collection of articles around School and Teacher Assessment, including topics such as;

Ofsted ReportsSchool League TablesExam AssessmentTeacher Observation


These articles have been made free for you to enjoy until the end of 2015.


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How can HE improve the student experience with superior learning resources? | Eduserv Blog

How can HE improve the student experience with superior learning resources? | Eduserv Blog | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it

Following on from the Further Education report we launched in June, we are delighted to be able to share our similar exploration of the Higher Education sector. Our report, ‘The quest for student satisfaction: How can universities improve the student experience with superior learning resources?’ launches today.

Our insight draws on in-depth contributions from senior academics (including the views of three leading Vice-Chancellors) and professional staff at Anglia Ruskin University, University of Bedfordshire, Bishop Grosseteste University, University of East Anglia, Leeds Trinity University, Loughborough University, University of Northampton, University of Nottingham, Plymouth University, Queen’s University Belfast, and University of Salford, as well as a survey of over 100 professional staff working in HE.


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What are Personal Learning Networks?

What are Personal Learning Networks? | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Personal Learning Networks is a concept that we hear around a lot these days, but what is it? and why is it important?

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Un dossier complet sur la classe inversée - Prim à bord

Un dossier complet sur la classe inversée - Prim à bord | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Des ressources et des outils pour se lancer dans la classe inversée
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Gilles Le Page's curator insight, April 26, 5:17 AM

#elearning : utile !

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MIT online learning report notes importance of teachers, instructional designers

MIT online learning report notes importance of teachers, instructional designers | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Report on the future of online education stresses central role of faculty members and instructional designers.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology tasked with examining the future of online education have returned with a simple recommendation for colleges and universities: focus on people and process, not technology.

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L'innovation pédagogique et l'apprentissage à l'ère du numérique: une perspective nord-américaine

Jacques Raynauld – HEC Montréal, MATI Montréal A l'ère du numérique, l'enseignement supérieur doit faire face à de nouvelles problématiques tout e
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Digital Learn

Digital Learn | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Use a computer to do almost anything! 

Choose a course below to start learning or search courses. If you are new to computers, haven't used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, we have the tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed.

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Great resource for users to acquire digital skills, self-paced learning.
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Sala de aula invertida tem aula em casa e tema na escola

Sala de aula invertida tem aula em casa e tema na escola | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
“ Buscando um método que valorize mais o aprendizado no ritmo de cada estudante, alguns educadores passaram a modificar o papel do professor em sala de aula. Em vez de apresentar o...”
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Jose Moran's curator insight, March 26, 2014 9:53 AM

Caros amigos: Alguns exemplos na nossa realidade brasileira de aplicações da Aula Invertida. Confirmam que é uma tendência importante, se feita com competência.

Abraços

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L'apprenance, vers une nouvelle culture de la formation

L'apprenance, vers une nouvelle culture de la formation | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it

Spécialiste de la problématique de la formation d'adultes, Philippe Carré s'attache aujourd'hui à défricher la notion d'apprenance comme illustration des transformations du rapport au savoir dans le cadre de la société de l'information. Son propos s'appuie sur les cinq slogans de l'hypermodernité. Intervention lors du regroupement national e-formation STSI-DGESCO-ESEN


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Bernard Lamailloux's curator insight, October 14, 2013 2:48 AM

Une vidéo passionnante, fort bien conçue et très ergonomique, avec possibilité de naviguer à partir du sommaire, et une présentation de type slideshare en synchrone, tout à côté dans la fenêtre... On aimerait voir ça plus souvent !

thierry eyraud's curator insight, October 17, 2013 3:52 AM

"On apprend seul, mais jamais sasn des autres" ;-)

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Philippe Carré Intervenant dans le Master 2 IPFA UPO

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The Case for Online Education

The Case for Online Education | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
“ Why online education will eventually be better than offline”
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Sciences cognitives et apprentissage – 1/5 – le blog de Solerni – plateforme de MOOCs

Sciences cognitives et apprentissage – 1/5 – le blog de Solerni – plateforme de MOOCs | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Les grands courants théoriques de l’enseignement et de l’apprentissage : du conditionnement au réseau social d’#apprentissage S’appuyant sur les avancées scientifiques, un certain nombre de théories se sont succédées autour de nos façons d’apprendre, bousculant les rôles de l’apprenant (actif ou passif) et du pédagogue, et intégrant les évolutions de nos environnements (outils, culture…). Behaviorisme La théorie behavioriste est la première méthodologie d’apprentissage proposée, au XXème siècle, par le psychologue américain John Broadus Watson. En fondant ses travaux sur la théorie de l’évolution de Darwin, celui-ci considère le cerveau comme une boite noire qui permet à l’individu de s’adapter à son environnement en réagissant de manière conditionnée aux différents stimuli. Il propose ainsi, comme son contemporain russe Ivan Pavlov, une approche de type stimulus-réponse Cognitivisme En rupture avec cette théorie behavioriste, les psychologues américains George Armitage Miller et Jérôme Bruner proposent, en 1956, la théorie cognitiviste. Influencée par l’émergence des […]The post Sciences cognitives et apprentissage – 1/5 – le blog de Solerni – plateforme de MOOCs appeared first on La Digital Learning Academy .
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How Technologies Will Change the Learning Functions Role

How Technologies Will Change the Learning Functions Role | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Learners of the Future: Taking Action Today to Prevent Tomorrow’s Talent Crisis, a new research study from ATD and i4cp examines how organizations will leverage technologies to support their L&D objectives.

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Marta Torán's curator insight, January 16, 2:17 AM

El futuro del Aprendizaje en el Trabajo y de la función de Recursos Humanos.

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New Teachers: Technology-Integration Basics

New Teachers: Technology-Integration Basics | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
Find tips, strategies, tools, and other resources to help new teachers successfully integrate technology to facilitate educational objectives in the classroom.

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The Science of Learning (and technology's impact on how we learn) - A.J. JULIANI

The Science of Learning (and technology's impact on how we learn) - A.J. JULIANI | Education in Cyberculture | Scoop.it
This is the third article in a four-part series answering the question: Does education really need to change? You can read the first two posts here and her

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Marta Torán's curator insight, December 23, 2015 3:02 PM

Excelente artículo. Cómo aprendemos ( atención, codificación, almacenamiento y recuperación ) y cómo la tecnología está afectando en cada punto del proceso.

 

Muy, muy, muy interesante!

JUAN NUÑEZ MESINA's curator insight, December 23, 2015 11:27 PM

Por favor revisar y recomendar...

 

Profesor Juan Nuñez Mesina