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Los centros educativos como Comunidades de Aprendizaje

Los centros educativos como Comunidades de Aprendizaje | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Las Comunidades de Aprendizaje se centran no en la enseñanza, sino en el aprendizaje; no en el cumplimiento de programas, sino en el desarrollo integral de las personas (adultas y no adultas) que las componen; no en el cumplimiento de horarios y calendarios, sino en el desarrollo y expansión constante de una profunda curiosidad y el deseo de aprender. En las Comunidades de Aprendizaje, la energía organizacional no se centra en adaptar a profesor@s y estudiantes a una determinada estructura, sino en construir estructuras flexibles que se adapten a los intereses, inquietudes y necesidades de estudiantes, profesor@s y familias. Lasrelaciones entre personas, grupos y generaciones, y entre la comunidad y su entorno, son el tejido, el contexto en el que todo tiene lugar, y son prioritarias para todos. La diversidad en todas sus manifestaciones, incluida la diversidad de estilos de aprendizaje, es reconocida, potenciada, celebrada y asumida como riqueza y fortaleza, no como problema o excepción.

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Minerva y Arturo: ...es decir, los referentes de siempre & los disruptivos de ahora!

Minerva y Arturo: ...es decir, los referentes de siempre & los disruptivos de ahora! | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
El aprendizaje formal tiene muy baja potencialidad para los expertos (también está en ello Clark Quin), pero evidentemente en cambio es de alto valor para los que en principio quieren apoyarse en algo para aprender…. En cambio el trabajo y los aprendizajes son muy importantes y decisivos para los expertos, por la posibilidad de ser más creativos y estar menos encorsetados que ene los formales.

Hay otra relación importante compartida por Clark que está relacionado con la figura de arriba. Como se muestra en la figura de Clark los usuarios móviles interactúan con datos de más corto, pero las sesiones móviles interactúan con datos de más corto, pero las sesiones más frecuentes que los que utilizan los ordenadores portátiles, tabletas, smartphones….
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The future of Google Glass in eLearning

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As eLearning professionals, it's essential to keep up-to-date with the latest tools and technologies, even with those that may not be specifically intended for the world of eLearning. In this post I'll offer insight into the role that Google Glass might play in the future of online learning by delving into many uses of Google Glass in eLearning.

Today, eLearning professionals have access to a wide range of new wearable technologies. Each year brings bigger and better tools that give us the power to make learning experiences even more effective and meaningful for your audience.

Google Glass is one such tool: in this guide, I'll walk you through its many eLearning applications of today and tomorrow.
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RELATEC: Vol. 13, núm. 2 (2014)

RELATEC: Vol. 13, núm. 2 (2014) | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

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[Slideshare] Educadores en Tecnopedagogía Educativa

Ponencia inaugural de las V Jornadas JiTICE 2014. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (campus Móstoles, Madrid) 25-26 de noviembre de 2014

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How to use visuals for effective eLearning

How to use visuals for effective eLearning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
In general, training materials contain loads of text that are presented using bulleted points. Not only are bulleted lists boring, they do very little to help learners remember information. As Instructional Designers (IDs), our job is to make learning easy and effective.

Multimedia Principle states that people learn more deeply from words and pictures than from words alone.

Visuals help you make learners learn faster and better. Visuals support psychological learning process. Visuals are the iconic mental representations of what is being perceived. They often combine text, illustrations, and colors. Visuals are extremely effective in helping learners retain information and apply it on their jobs. Ruth Calvin Clark and Chopeta Lyons, in their book ‘Graphics for Learning’, explain the various types of graphics and how to use them for effective learning.

In this blog, I’m going to share my experience of using different types of visuals based on the learning content.
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What every teacher needs to know about Google in the classroom

What every teacher needs to know about Google in the classroom | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Google just might change the way you teach—in a good way. It makes grading more efficient, enriches the classroom experience, and allows you to connect with your students on a level they understand—all for free.

“After making a full Google Docs integration this year in my history classroom, I will never go back,” wrote Nate Green, an educator and blogger with edSocialMedia.com. With a full educational suite and dozens of other free tools, you may feel the same way. Here’s what you need to know about using Google in the classroom.
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Hierarchies in perpetual beta

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One solution to hierarchical teams are self-forming teams. Many of the organizations described in the book, Reinventing Organizations, are based on the principle of self-organization where hierarchies are temporary, negotiated structures. Bosses are often voted on by their peers. Self-organizing teams are much more flexible than hierarchical ones, but they require active and engaged members. One cannot cede power to the boss, because everyone is responsible for the boss they chose. Like democracy, self-organized teams are hard work. But they are best to deal with complexity. As I have said before, hierarchies work well when information flows mostly in one direction: down. They are good for command and control. They are handy to get things done in small groups. But hierarchies are rather useless to create, innovate, or change.


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[Slideshare] Aprendizaje rizomático: Una metáfora para aprendices independientes

Presentación utilizada para un seminario en el GITE de la Universidad de Murcia

Via Ramon Aragon, JESUS HERNANDEZ GONZALEZ
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Jimena Acebes Sevilla's curator insight, December 21, 10:19 AM

¿Aprendizaje rizomático?

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Five free video editors that deliver impressive results

Five free video editors that deliver impressive results | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

You don't have to buy expensive software to handle small business video editing tasks. The tools on this list will help you quickly put together professional-quality videos .


Recording and sharing with Presentious is the same process you go through already, just in a different order: (1) Upload or import your slides, (2) Present from our site on your laptop, and (3) Share a link to your recording.


Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Jim Lerman
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Bart van Maanen's curator insight, December 15, 8:43 AM

Interessant lijstje video editing webapps die je gratis en online kan gebruiken.

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, December 20, 3:28 PM

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Presentious: A new way to share live presentations

Presentious: A new way to share live presentations | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Presentious turns your live presentations into recordings that pair your audio with each slide. It’s a novel, yet powerful format that combines the narrative structure of slides with the context of commentary. Our online player puts users in control of how they want to engage with your content. They can browse slides and just listen to the ones they want, or sit back and watch your presentation as you intended. Recording and sharing with Presentious is the same process you go through already, just in a different order: (1) Upload or import your slides, (2) Present from our site on your laptop, and (3) Share a link to your recording.

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The longer view: Edtech and 21st-Century Education

The longer view: Edtech and 21st-Century Education | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Technology has the ability to take kids beyond passively taking notes. That methodology was supported for years by blackboards, whiteboards, overheads, and more recently PowerPoint presentations. Maybe we were programmed with a 20th-century mindset, but it's long past time to change it to a more collaborative and personally-driven mindset for the 21st century. If you, as an educator, find your thinking and leanings more in line with the first half of this post and are less comfortable with the latter, you're not alone. Change in education is slow -- it's a very conservative system. Our tech-driven culture, however, is less forgiving and will not wait. If educators aren't striving to be relevant, they're falling behind more and more. We don't need to repurpose today's tools to make them fit a 20th century education model. We need to develop new methodology to meet the needs of 21st century learners. To change the system, we first need to change the culture.
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6 tips to create an Instructional Design cover letter

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Your Instructional Design Resume may get all the glory, but the Instructional Design Cover Letter is a powerful, and often overlooked, tool that can make a world of difference when it comes to landing your dream job. It needs to grab the hiring managers’ attention and make them want to keep reading, or else even the most painstakingly crafted resume isn't going to be given that all-important first glance. Here are just a few tips that can help you create a strong Instructional Design Cover Letter.
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Innovating Pedagogy – Dynamic Assessment

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The basic premise of dynamic assessment is that it is important to assess students’ potential to learn rather than measure what they have just done. Testing acts as a diagnostic tool that enables a teacher or the computer to offer guidance to the student during the assessment process. Thus, it differs from conventional testing in both assessing and guiding the progress of the student. The relationship between the assessor and student is not neutral because the whole purpose is to find suitable ways to promote student learning. A role of the assessor is to identify barriers to the student’s success and then apply an appropriate strategy to overcome the difficulties. Assessment and intervention combine in the process of dynamic assessment.

As well as being a way to offer direct support to the learner, dynamic assessment can inform the teacher about topics and skills that many students are finding difficult and so help the process of re-designing and improving the teaching. It can also motivate learners to reflect on their learning journeys and decide on which skills they need to improve. It is particularly valuable for developing 21st-century skills of reasoning, problem-solving, decision making, leadership, creativity and literacy.
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Investigaciones periféricas y andamiajes abiertos de aprendizajes!

Investigaciones periféricas y andamiajes abiertos de aprendizajes! | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Las Tecnologías de aprendizaje en línea y los entornos virtuales de aprendizaje, en particular, están atrayendo una atención considerable, y es probable que formar aspectos estratégicos clave en el aprendizaje especialmente en el universitarios. Estudiantes de diversos niveles parecen disfrutar de la autonomía de acceder a los conocimientos a través de las comunicaciones en línea y recursos basados en la web. Sin embargo, simplemente tener acceso al conocimiento sin experiencia no parece ser suficiente para el desarrollo de la experiencia la resolución de problemas y el control metacognitivo. Estamos investigando, desde la periferia de los centros de poder, los efectos de las indicaciones metacognitivas incrustados en los alumnos la conciencia metacognitiva, y los efectos de las tutorías virtuales sobre el desarrollo de los estudiantes en su esfera metacognitiva y en la experiencia que poduce la resolución de problemas .

Los decribimos como un entorno en línea que consta de diferentes andamios metacognitivos: modelado experto en el vídeo digital en línea, el acceso a los procedimientos, y los avisos de auto-evaluación, y la interacción entre los docentes y estudiantes en una plataforma Web. Los resultados sugieren que los mensajes metacognitivas incrustados se pueden utilizar como andamios para aumentar la conciencia alumnos de sus procesos de pensamiento en curso, y la necesidad de planificar su curso de acción y comprobar su precisión a medida que progresan a través de cualquier tarea de resolución de problemas. También parece que la externalización de las actividades mentales del experto a los estudiantes puede ser una estrategia efectiva de andamios en la orientación de la atención de los alumnos con aspectos específicos de sus procesos de aprendizaje, e involucrarlos en la autoevaluación de su propio aprendizaje y comprensión.
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A critical analysis of learning styles and pedagogy

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In the adult education field there exist many educational and instructional theories to guide and help educators to provide appropriate education to their students’ needs, and within all the theories, one can find several referring to learning styles. This paper explores a joint analytical project about thousands of learning styles’ models, titled: A Critical Analysis of Learning Styles and Pedagogy in post-16 learning. A systematic and critical review published in 2004 by Coffield F., Moseley D., Hall E., & Ecclestone K.

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According to the authors, their investigation is systematic and critical, based on the analysis of “three linked areas of activity: theoretical, pedagogical and commercial (Coffield et al., 2004),” within several learning styles’ models. The authors also state four additional purposes for the study to:

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Microlearning Pros and Cons

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It’s no more the classroom way when it comes to learning these days. eLearning has become popular. And along with it, a lot of other forms of education are also gaining ground. Among these, microlearning is carving out a niche for itself fast. It is a form of short-term learning that is being embraced by educational institutions as well as corporate organizations across the globe.

According to MarketingProfs, the new millennials cannot think more than 140 characters at a stretch. They have the attention span of a hyperactive weasel. So, the next time you teach something to a millennial kid, be assured that she will be paying uninterrupted attention only the maximum length of a tweet. So, one of the major aims of planning the ways to impart education these days is by short-term methods. This is what is driving the popularity of microlearning with every passing day.
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[Webinar] Developing Personal Learning with @Downes

[Webinar] Developing Personal Learning with @Downes | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

In this online presentation I discuss the evolution of personal learning technology and then itemize in more detail the elements of the NRC Learning and Performance Support Systems program, including the personal learning record, personal cloud, resource repository network, competency detection and recognition, and personal learning assistant.


Keynote presentation delivered to 6th IEEE International Conference on Technology for Education, Amrita University, Kerala, India, online via A-View.


In this online presentation I discuss the evolution of personal learning technology and then itemize in more detail the elements of the NRC Learning and Performance Support Systems program, including the personal learning record, personal cloud, resource repository network, competency detection and recognition, and personal learning assistant.

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A very useful tool to create educational animated videos on Google Drive

A very useful tool to create educational animated videos on Google Drive | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
PowToon is a very powerful web app which you can use on Google Drive to create beautiful animated videos and presentations. PowToon provides you with all the necessary animation tools you’ll need to immediately begin creating your own professional-looking animated explainer videos and animated presentations. It has an easy to use interface with pre-designed templates and a variety of style libraries to choose from.
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[Slideshare] Social Media and the Digital Scholar

The exponential growth of social media and ubiquitous use of mobile technology has changed the way we communicate both socially and for many also professionally. It is therefore timely to consider how social media can be used to develop personal learning networks and through open sharing find opportunities to also develop our scholarly practice.

This presentation was given as a public lecture at the Open University of Catalonia Edul@b, Barcelona Growth Centre



Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) , Suvi Salo
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What is Instructional Design?

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Instructional design or instructional system design is the systematic decision-making process and design of how instruction is going to be delivered. Instructional design draws knowledge from different sciences like psychology and neurology to develop an understanding of how to effectively use teaching strategies and methods. It is the formal process to design training.
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Terri Rice's curator insight, December 23, 1:47 PM

I really like this explanation of what ID is and all of the concepts that contribute to an end result. It is not just using all the latest bells and whistles in a training or teaching course. The ID developer must consider attitudes, aptitudes in the needs analysis.  

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Nuevos espacios de aprendizaje: Responsabilidad y compromiso de todos

Nuevos espacios de aprendizaje: Responsabilidad y compromiso de todos | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Los elementos y los requisitos de competencia digital para el aprendizaje en una sociedad basada en el conocimiento, donde las Tecnologías de la Comunicación (TICs) juegan un papel clave, nada tiene que ver de lo que hemos visto hasta hora.. Los principales desafíos para el futuro aprendizaje son a la vez la necesidad de nuevas competencias digitales y la prestación de nuevos caminos para el aprendizaje y el mantenimiento de los mismos. Para aprovechar el potencial de futuro de aprendizaje basado en las TIC requiere la competencia digital de todos los participantes involucrados en el aprendizaje.


Esta competencia incluye tanto las habilidades básicas de uso de herramientas y habilidades de orden superior para su eficiente aplicación, críticas e innovadoras Pero también implica otros participantes en el proceso de aprendizaje como los futuros espacios de aprendizaje basados en las TIC en sí mismas, apoyar la creación y la mejora de esta competencia con la ayuda de colegas, expertos y de la sociedad en general, cada uno en lo que es mejor.

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El aprendizaje personalizado...del pensamiento crítico al social learning

El aprendizaje personalizado...del pensamiento crítico al social learning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Aprendemos con los procesos de aprendizaje de los demás mediante el análisis de ruta de aprendizaje personal y social. Al mismo tiempo, el mecanismo de aprendizaje tecno-social personalizado nos permite que el aprendiz aprenda de acuerdo a su situación y objetivos.

Una ruta de aprendizaje individual lo podemos modelar para registrar su proceso de aprendizaje. Por tanto, el espacio de aprendizaje personal (PLE), sera siempre un espacio no lineal…, es en esta situación donde el pensamiento crítico actua de manera determianante, para manifestarse capaz de deducir las consecuencias de lo que cada uno sabe, y sabe cómo hacer uso de la información para resolver problemas, y buscar fuentes de información pertinentes para aprender más…

El pensamiento crítico es una habilidad meta-pensamiento. Se requiere una cuidadosa reflexión sobre los buenos principios del razonamiento y haciendo un esfuerzo consciente para internalizar y aplicarlos en la vida diaria. Esto es muy difícil de hacer y requiere a menudo un largo período de entrenamiento….
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Embracing the Serious eLearning Manifesto

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Given decades of informative research on instructional paradigms, human learning, and performance measurement, it seems the burgeoning e-learning industry would have achieved enormous success in bringing each learner to a state of performance mastery economically and as quickly as possible. Instead, however, it seems the industry continually degrades its offerings—relying on technology for learner engagement and focusing more on content presentation than on learner needs and performance improvement.

In disappointment and frustration and as an attempt to disrupt the current, discouraging trends that have diminished prospects of beneficial impact, the Serious eLearning Manifesto has been put forth to bring attention to the foundations of effective e-learning. In this blog, I’d like to review the eight values and characteristics of Serious eLearning. Although each topic is worthy of a focused treatise, let’s step through the comparison briefly.
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[Infographic] Designing eLearning for Readability

[Infographic] Designing eLearning for Readability | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
As an eLearning professional, your responsibility is not just to deliver eLearning content to learners – it’s to make sure that it’s engaging and readable. The Designing eLearning for Readability Infographic presents 5 strategies you can employ in order to deliver content that learners are actually going to read.
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I believe in the 70:20:10 framework

I believe in the 70:20:10 framework | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Charles Jennings promotes a 70:20:10 framework for organizational learning, where on-the-job experiential/informal learning and social learning represent the preponderance of each employee’s overall learning. Only 10% is from formal learning activities.


The reason this framework works is that it more or less reflects what’s actually true for employees in the typical workplace. Formal education has its place in preparing people for the workplace. Once those people become employees, they have a job to get done. People aren’t hired to learn, they’re hired to increase productivity or capability. There are productivity expectations and organizational needs to be met.



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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 20, 7:15 PM

School is a challenging place to learn to be a teacher. We are often isolated and it is difficult to learn informally.

 

The concept is great and it takes effort to put it in place.

 

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june holley's curator insight, December 21, 8:28 AM

True for networks too?