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Comprendiendo los diversos roles de un Diseñador Instruccional

Comprendiendo los diversos roles de un Diseñador Instruccional | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

El diseño instruccional no es tarea de una sola persona limitada a una sola tarea. Existen múltiples disciplinas que intervienen en el mismo, con el diseñador instruccional asumiendo una serie de papeles para completar el trabajo. Esta es la misma idea presentada en el documento: Los diversos roles del diseño: un nuevo método de diseño instruccional.


Cada función es una parte crucial del proceso, todas las funciones son igualmente importantes. Se complementan entre sí. El diseñador instruccional es parte ingeniero, parte fabricante, parte arquitecto, parte artista y parte artesano. Definitivamente implica una gran cantidad de flexibilidad o la capacidad de equilibrar los roles.

Independientemente de si usted es nuevo en la industria, la integración de estas cinco funciones de diseño puede ayudar a mejorar sus procesos de trabajo. He aquí una breve explicación de cada rol.


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Critical elements of Instructional Design

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While each elearning project is unique in its own right, there are still a handful of shared characteristics no matter what the topic or who the audience.


If you are developing elearning courses, over time you start to pick up on these patterns. In fact, with enough practice, much of this becomes second nature.


Still, it can be helpful to create a checklist so that you are always sure that your courses take into consideration the components that span across all projects.


If you have been creating online training programs for some time now, I am sure you have your own list,  or could perhaps add to the one below. Think of the list I have included here as a starting-point rather than a be-all, end-all list.


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How to create a Prezi that will blow away your audience (part 2)

How to create a Prezi that will blow away your audience (part 2) | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

In the context of a prezi, your characters are the specific messages or topics that you wish to share with the audience. More often than not, slide-based presentations start with an agenda slide, but is it really necessary? Do you really want to give away the best bits of your presentation from the start? In film terms, it would be like screening a trailer right before the actual film, giving away spoilers and clues prior to the main event.

When taking your audience on a journey, it’s better to introduce characters bit by bit instead of all at once. Quentin Tarantino is known for the depth of his characters and their introductions into his scripts. In Reservoir Dogs, for example, Tarantino introduces his characters in brief at the beginning of the film and then gradually reveals their backgrounds, motivations, passions, and personalities over the course of the film. You can do this in your prezi by introducing main themes in your establishing shot, then gradually exploring each topic in greater detail as you progress through the presentation.

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Fishtree: Learning platform that provides lesson plans and teaching resources

Fishtree: Learning platform that provides lesson plans and teaching resources | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

With Fishtree you’re able to make a lesson, and then adapt the lesson for individual students, in a way that is easy to manage in the classroom. Each student is given personalized resources to attend to their individual needs or challenges with varying degrees of difficulty. Teachers control the entire process and are given the real time data on each student, without being overwhelmed by individual learning paths or multiple assessments.


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Fishtree Education's comment, June 6, 2014 9:27 AM
Thanks for sharing guys! Looking forward to learn with you!
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Learning technology is about relationships

Learning technology is about relationships | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

What really matters in the 21st Century? Is it the ability to use a computer? Is it to successfully interact with digital landscapes and resources? Is it achieving Ender Dragon experience in Minecraft? Is it knowing the ins and outs of multiple devices and operating systems?

Or is its about connections and relationships?


It’s fascinating–but not surprising–that the Partnership for 21st Century Skills website is severely lacking in the use of the word “computer,” even the word “device.” On their main page describing their framework, the words “device,” “computer,” “application,” or “internet” are not used.



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Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA) para el acceso a contenidos educativos

Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA) para el acceso a contenidos educativos | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Este artículo se enfoca en los llamados Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA), utilizados como un recurso didáctico que pretende favorecer el acceso a contenidos educativos, específicamente en el contexto de las bibliotecas como promotoras de la Alfabetización Informativa (AI).


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Urrutia Torres Martínez, Geovanny Javier's curator insight, July 9, 2014 12:37 AM

Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA), utilizados como un recurso didáctico que pretende favorecer el acceso a contenidos educativos.

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5 commandments for the modern eLearning Designer

5 commandments for the modern eLearning Designer | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Sure, anyone can design an eLearning course. The question is: how can you become a better designer? 


Remember, we're now living in a world that's constantly inundated with information. Allowing people to learn from almost anywhere is no longer an add-on feature. To become a better designer, you have to understand fully how information works in a distributed or networked environment. And you definitely have to be comfortable when working with different tools and technologies too. But, above all, you need to stick to the fundamentals and don't get distracted. 


These five commandments are what you, the modern eLearning designer, need to embrace in order to survive and succeed in today's dynamic and challenging world.


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eBooks gratuitos sobre el eLearning y el Diseño instruccional

eBooks gratuitos sobre el eLearning y el Diseño instruccional | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
En esta entrada encontrarás una lista de 49 libros electrónicos (eBooks) GRATUITOS para diseñadores instruccionales y profesionales del eLearning. Si has leído algún de los libros siguientes, ¡comparte tu opinión con la comunidad del eLearning!
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Diseñando para la educación

Diseñando para la educación | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

El acelerado desarrollo tecnológico y su casi violenta irrupción en las actividades humanas, ha originado el surgimiento de nuevas prácticas productivas y comunicativas en la sociedad actual. Experimentamos ahora distintas formas de actuar e interactuar socialmente y, también, de aprender. De igual manera la práctica del diseño se han transformado notablemente. Los diseñadores cuentan hoy con nuevas herramientas, formas de trabajo y productos, pero sobre todo, con nuevos escenarios de actuación. Entre estos escenarios destacan los de tipo educativo, es decir, los ambientes virtuales y los sistemas multimedia para el aprendizaje, cuyo uso cada vez es más extendido.

Este hecho supone una gran oportunidad para que el diseño muestre una vez más su vocación y compromiso social, pues como lo señala Chávez (2002) "Hay formas de inserción profesional que no pasan estrictamente por el mercado. Provienen de otro tipo de compromiso, de interés o de posibilidades organizativas de la población, que crean así otro tipo de campo de trabajo al diseñador", y la educación es, sin duda, una de las áreas más significativas en las que el diseño puede traducirse en un bien social.

El presente trabajo propone un conjunto de cinco funciones que competen al diseño en el contexto de los nuevos entornos de aprendizaje. Estas funciones se encuentran estructuradas en los siguientes cinco apartados.

- See more at: http://www.nosolousabilidad.com/articulos/diseno_educacion.htm#sthash.S8DhtGyo.dpuf



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Maria Fernanda Lucero's curator insight, July 22, 2014 6:25 PM

Seguimos rediseñando nuestro modelo educativo.

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How to create a Prezi that will blow away your audience (part 1)

How to create a Prezi that will blow away your audience (part 1) | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

If you are reading this, then it is more than likely that you've seen an awesome prezi lately, and you want to learn how to make your own.

Rather than a step-by-step how-to guide, this post is designed to help you understand the fundamental principles of Prezi that will allow you to make an effective presentation time and time again.

The first step is to move away from the linear, slide-based methodology. Prezi works as if you were viewing a scene through a camera lens, incorporating movements like zoom, rotation, oscillation and animations. This movement can be used to evoke emotions in your audience and to highlight key messages and topics within your presentation.

Thinking like a traditional presenter will actually prevent you from making an effective prezi. To make a great prezi, you need to follow one simple rule: Think like a cinematographer.

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7 terrible things which online teachers should never do on Twitter

7 terrible things which online teachers should never do on Twitter | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Considering these changes, we have been following the latest trends, first hand experiences of online teachers, and expert voice on Twitter for the last few months now. This rigorous and collaborative effort has helped us to produce an e-guide, How to use Twitter: The Ultimate Guide for Online Teachers. This guide keeps in mind the current needs of Twitter in 2014. This eguide help online teachers to find the answers to questions such as how to increase your Twitter engagement and reach; basic do’s and don’ts related to Twitter use; tools you can use to exploit Twitter to the maximum; how to effectively utilize the 140 characters.

While you read this eguide and explore new ways of promoting yourself on Twitter, ensure you avoid the common pitfalls that can trap you. You have to make sure that your presence on Twitter is wanted: ensure your tweets are crisp, relevant and attractive. Which are these pitfalls that educators should avoid for a healthy and fruitful presence on Twitter? We have listed seven tips that you can use to ensure your Twitter presence receives the response it deserves:


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6 critical factors that affect how people learn

A lot of research actually goes into a well-designed eLearning material. And like it or not, instructional designers have to dig deep into the psychology of learners, specifically how they learn and what affects their learning. Pay attention to these factors if you want to explore more about the subject:

1. Meaningfulness Effect
2. Practice Effect

3. Interference Effect 

4. Transfer Effect

5. Levels-of-Processing Effect

6. Text-Organization Effect



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3 trucos para captar la atención de tus alumnos

3 trucos para captar la atención de tus alumnos | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Una de las mayores preocupaciones que tenemos los docentes es encontrar estrategias para conseguir captar la atención de nuestros alumnos y bajar la disrupción en el aula cuando les enseñamos algún contenido a nuestros alumnos. Y digo enseñamos, porque los que me leéis con asiduidad sabéis que establezco una distinción entre lo que se entiende por explicar y lo que se entiende por enseñar. Muchos docentes que centran sus clases más en explicar que en enseñar son los que con frecuencia presentan mayores dificultades a la hora de poder captar la atención de sus estudiantes. Es más, les culpan a ellos de no estar atentos a sus explicaciones cuando en muchos casos aquello que explicamos o cómo lo explicamos no reviste el menor interés para el alumno, bien porque le parece aburrido, bien porque no le encuentra ninguna utilidad.


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The Flow Model in Learning

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Flow is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity.Positive psychologist, Mihaly Csíkszentmihályi, first introduced this Flow Model and wrote about it in his book “Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience.”


A flow state can be entered while performing any activity, although most likely when wholeheartedly performing a task or activity for intrinsic purposes. Flow theory suggests three conditions to be met in order to achieve a flow state:


  1. One must be involved in an activity with a clear set of goals and progress.
  2. The task at hand must have clear and immediate feedback.
  3. One must have a good balance between the perceived challenges of the task at hand and his/her own perceived skills.


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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 10, 2014 1:06 PM

This is a bit of an oversimplification which can lead to creating the ext educational fad. The book it is based on, Flow, is an easy read and fills in many blanks. Teachers, who choose to read the book, will recognize flow activities as they read. We have experienced them and experienced students experiencing them, as well as the alternatives.

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Top 5: Cosas que los estudiantes NO quieren en sus cursos eLearning

Top 5: Cosas que los estudiantes NO quieren en sus cursos eLearning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
¿Cuáles son los NO definitivos que conducen a que los estudiantes salgan del curso eLearning tan rápido como les sea posible?
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Yo le añadiría un elemento: Incorporar otras plataformas sociales multicontextuales que le den más vida y dinamismo al curso. Los educadores tenemos la costumbre de hacer de cada herramienta tecnológica una única plataforma de enseñanza. Es como congregarse siempre en la misma sala de clases, a la misma hora: muy predecible...

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TabataOsuna's comment, January 23, 2013 11:03 AM
Lo que se comenta en este artículo es muy importante para garantizar la efectividad de un curso elearning. Todo aquel que desee diseñar y ejecutar un curso elearning de calidad debe poner especial atención a los estilos de aprendizaje y a los canales de acceso a la información (visual, auditivo y kinestésico). Hace un os días, navegando por la web me encontré con este artículo y me parece que es bien importante tomar en cuenta lo que allí aparece "Elearning: lo que no es y lo que no hace", aquí se los dejo: http://blog.evoit.com/2012/03/elearning-lo-que-no-es-y-lo-que-no-hace/
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El Diseño Instrucional (ISD), entre la pedagogía y la tecno-sociopedagogía!

El Diseño Instrucional (ISD), entre la pedagogía y la tecno-sociopedagogía! | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
juandon El Diseño instruccional es el proceso sistemático mediante el cual los materiales de instrucción están diseñados, desarrollados y entregados. Los términos de diseño instruccional, tecnologí...
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