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Innovar aceptando los fracasos o Fracasar por no estar dispuestos a Innovar

Innovar aceptando los fracasos o Fracasar por no estar dispuestos a Innovar | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Desde el sector público se tiende a observar a la concertada y a la privada con cierta ‘envidia’ en lo que se refiere a recursos y a innovación pedagógica [aprendizaje cooperativo, inteligencias múltiples, integración de las TIC en el currículo,…], si bien no hay tanto de lo primero como se piensa, mientras que lo segundo está motivado por la necesidad de ofrecer una educación más acorde con el actual contexto sociocultural y económico, y mostrando por tanto a las familias que buscan centro una propuesta educativa más atractiva.
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How to build better eLearning

How to build better eLearning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Are you tired of building the same courses over and over again? Sure you may get to build a hundred courses, but they’re essentially the same course built a hundred times. The result is that many of the courses look the same and they don’t provide the opportunity to expand your course design skills.

Today I’d like to offer a few tips on how you can get out of the hundred course rut.


Build Better E-Learning by Making Time to Do Something Different
Many organizations allow their employees to have some free time to hack together ideas or work on other types of projects. I spoke to one elearning manager that lets his employees spend a few days each month on personal projects. His rationale is that it gives them “time to unwind and play around with ideas.”

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From training to social learning

From training to social learning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

This presentation is an overview of the roles that training, performance support, and social learning play in organizational development. They reflect my own professional development, first as a military training development officer, later as a certified performance technologist, and then on to promoting social learning in distributed knowledge networks.


Modern training has its roots in modern warfare, requiring standard methods to train thousands of soldiers. Prior to the last century, mass training was reserved for the military, and larger scale education was the realm of the church. Training was based on standard methods and best practices. As a training development officer I learned about the multiple facets of training and instruction. Many military practices were adopted by civilian organizations in the 20th century. The systems approach to training that I used in the military included frameworks known to most training professionals today, namely Instructional Systems Design & ADDIE (analysis, design, development, implementation & evaluation). The military used these models to develop skills and knowledge for soldiers. But the military did not stop there. Unlike most civilian organizations, once soldiers are trained, they are not employable. Being trained is not the same as being ready for battle.


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Desintoxicar la Educación

Desintoxicar la Educación | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Para introducir cambios y mejoras tenemos que identificar claramente en qué nos estamos equivocando, es decir, en qué estamos fallando. Por este motivo me gustaría abordar un asunto que me preocupa y mucho: la gente que se dedica a intoxicar y provocar malestar en el clima del mundo de la educación impidiendo de este modo las aportaciones que nos pueden ayudar a avanzar y mejorar. Esta gente tóxica la encontramos en los claustros de profesores, en las familias, en los equipos directivos, en las AMPAS, etc. Pero, ¿cómo podemos identificar a esta gente y protegernos ante ellos fomentando organizaciones inteligentes? 

En todo grupo humano nos encontramos con personas que se dedican a intoxicar y a generar problemas. Son una fuente constante de conflictos… Se trata de gente envidiosa, autoritaria, mediocre, rencorosa, etc. que realmente no han aprendido a convivir. Por tanto nuestro objetivo debe ir encaminado a conectarnos con aquellos que “sintonicemos”, es decir,  con aquellos que nos transmiten ilusión y optimismo frente a las cosas, aquellos que a pesar de la situación en la que estamos inmersos en la actualidad están interesados en actuar para mejorar las cosas.



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How to integrate action mapping in eLearning courses

How to integrate action mapping in eLearning courses | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
If you're looking for a way to improve your workflow and streamline the design and development process of your eLearning course, then you may want to think about action mapping. In this article, I'll share the basics of action mapping in eLearning, and I'll also walk you through how to integrate it into your eLearning course.
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[Infographic] Designing eLearning courses backwards

[Infographic] Designing eLearning courses backwards | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
The Designing eLearning Courses Backwards Infographic presents a Framework to start designing e-courses backwards
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5 cosas que cada profesor debe ser capaz de hacer en YouTube

5 cosas que cada profesor debe ser capaz de hacer en YouTube | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Si eres un profesor del aula 2.0 sabrás que hay una estrecha relación entre la educación moderna, y una de las plataformas de video más importante de hoy como es YouTube.

Pues hoy tenemos una nueva lista de cosas que cada profesor debe ser capaz de hacer en YouTube, ya que sin ello no podrá apoyarse en elementos multimedia tan necesarios en el proceso de enseñanza de tus materias a los estudiantes.
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¿Qué 50 usos le puedes dar al iPad si eres docente?

¿Qué 50 usos le puedes dar al iPad si eres docente? | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Hay muchos docentes que muestran cierta reticencia a la compra de un ipad porque no son conscientes de su potencial. Otras de las razones que argumentan para no tener un ipad es su elevado precio. Por supuesto, se trata de una opinión totalmente respetable, pero me parece importante hacer ver que el precio de un dispositivo, de cualquier dispositivo, no radica en su precio, sino en el uso que haces del mismo. Pero repito, se trata de una opción muy personal y que respeto enormemente.
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Top 10 LMS predictions for 2015

Top 10 LMS predictions for 2015 | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
We co-founded Talented Learning in early 2014 and went on a mission to personally learn and report on the global LMS industry like no analysts ever have.

One-by-one, we established relationships with 65 LMS vendors and now officially “cover” them in our research. In addition to receiving deep-dive product demonstrations with all vendors we had in-depth executive conversations about the LMS industry, technology trends, buyer habits and their business. We discussed their business model, history, target market, differentiation, competitors, clients and goals going forward. We consolidate, study and use all this information to help our blog readers and consulting clients find and buy the right LMS for them.

Based on all we learned in 2014 and a combined 40 years in the learning technology industry, we humbly offer our top 10 LMS predictions for 2015:
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Requisite characteristics of effective learning events

Requisite characteristics of effective learning events | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
An eLearning course consists of several learning events (A learning event is a learning point – a single bit of content/teaching that can’t be divided further. For example, the definition of leadership can be a learning event.) which together contribute towards making a course successful, engaging, and learner-centric. For this to be possible, we have to ensure that each individual learning event attains its prescribed outcomes successfully. So, what are these criteria which learning events should satisfy to be deemed effective?
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Portfolium: Showcase your proyects, skills and yourself

Portfolium: Showcase your proyects, skills and yourself | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Don't tell people your dreams, show them what you're doing to reach them. Portfolium is a collaborative network of people showcasing their projects, skills, and experiences to employers.
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[Infographic] Top 6 mobile learning trends

[Infographic] Top 6 mobile learning trends | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
According to the Benchmark Survey conducted by Towards Maturity, 70% of organizations are planning to implement mobile learning in the next two years. This staggering growth in the popularity of this training medium can be attributed to the high degree of flexibility it offers. Learners can access the courses whenever and wherever they want. Mobile learning helps organizations implement highly effective training, conveniently, at low cost.

Do you too wish to harness the power of this incredible training format? Then, you need to take a look at these trends to make the best use of mobile learning.
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Tutor virtual's curator insight, February 4, 2015 5:45 PM

Aprendizaje móvil....!!!

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Mobile Learning 101

Mobile Learning 101 | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Mobile learning might be just the solution that your organization needs to solve a workforce performance problem. But if you haven’t been introduced to mobile learning, you might not even know it.

Perhaps you have the mistaken idea that mobile learning is miniaturized eLearning. Actually, mobile learning can be in the form of:

  • performance support (providing essential knowledge at the moment it is needed)
  • productivity and reference apps (completing tasks or looking up terms)
  • podcasts (audio learning on-the-go)
  • microlearning (small learning snacks)
  • and any other type of support that people require while on the move or in the field.
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2015 Instructional Design trends compass: calling IDs to action

2015 Instructional Design trends compass: calling IDs to action | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Like most years, 2014 ended with articles about the latest trends in instructional design, e-learning, and training and development. Often these articles describe technology trends by highlighting the “cool” factor to which we should be paying attention. These pieces are important—we need to remain in touch with trends and issues in our field. But perhaps what’s even more important is that we determine how to implement these trends (or decide whether we should). Cool technology is one thing, but what does it mean for instructional design practices?

With support from my colleagues Clare Dygert (senior instructional designer at SweetRush) and Catherine Davis (SweetRush’s instructional design practice lead), I present to you the 2015 Instructional Design Trends Compass. This article will help you identify some of the hot topics and trends and help you navigate the landscape by pointing you in the direction of resources to assist you with putting them into practice. As we like to say in instructional design: it’s great that you know something, but what can you do with this knowledge?
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Self-Regulation: The other 21st century skills

Self-Regulation: The other 21st century skills | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it


Self-regulated learning is the conscious planning, monitoring, evaluation, and ultimately control of one’s learning in order to maximize it. It’s an ordered process that experts and seasoned learners like us practice automatically. It means being mindful, intentional, reflective, introspective, self-aware, self-controlled, and self-disciplined about learning, and it leads to becoming self-directed (The Secret of Self-Regulated Learning).


Self-regulation is a cyclical process. Students who are motivated to reach a certain goal will engage in self-regulatory activities they feel will help them achieve that goal. The self-regulation promotes learning, which leads to a perception of greater competence, which sustains motivation toward the goal and to future goals. (The Role of Motivation in Self-Regulated Learning)


Self-regulation is not only an essential part of healthy emotional development, it is also vital for academic success. Many studies, like the 2010 research conducted by the University of Virginia’s Claire Cameron Ponitz and Oregon State University’s Megan McClelland, show that children with high levels of self-regulation do better on tests when compared to children with low levels of self-regulation. Some researchers even see the inability to self-regulate as the root cause of the economic achievement gap. (Supporting Self-Regulation in the Classroom)


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Lihi Telem's curator insight, January 20, 2016 1:29 AM

מאמר מעניין וחשוב על הנושא של ניהול עצמי בלמידה ובכלל כחלק ממכלול של מיומנויות נוספות על המוכרות לנו במאה ה-21

Tasia Thompson's curator insight, January 24, 2016 5:03 PM

We try to teach this as educators, but self regulation is also a skill most parents  try desperately to teach their teens and young adult college kids so that they will have a fighting chance to be successful/"make it" in this competitive world. 

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#skills #recursos

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Los expertos señalan 2017 como el año de la revolución pedagógica

Los expertos señalan 2017 como el año de la revolución pedagógica | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it


En 2017, metodologías como el trabajo por proyectos, el aprendizaje colaborativo, la educación por competencias o el aprendizaje basado en la resolución de problemas serán una realidad en las aulas. Esta es una de las conclusiones que aporta el estudio Perspectivas 2014: tecnología y pedagogía en las aulas, desarrollado por el Gabinete de Comunicación y Educación de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona y aulaPlaneta, que augura un cambio en la manera de enseñar en las aulas en los próximos cinco años. Esta revolución, que tiene en 2017 su año de máximo desarrollo, vendrá propiciada por introducción de las TIC y los dispositivos digitales en las escuelas. - See more at: http://www.aulaplaneta.com/2015/02/02/noticias-sobre-educacion/los-expertos-senalan-2017-como-el-ano-de-la-revolucion-pedagogica-infografia/#sthash.F8PvRVUk.dpuf

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José Luis García's curator insight, February 3, 2015 5:57 PM

¿Para cuando una ley pedagógica y no ideológica?

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Javier Tourón: ¿Por qué invertir la clase y cómo hacerlo?

Javier Tourón: ¿Por qué invertir la clase y cómo hacerlo? | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Esta vez lo voy a explicar en dos gráficos. El primero expone claramente qué pasa cuando hablamos a una clase, cuando explicamos una lección. Se entiende que es una representación que no refleja ni todas las clases, ni todas las lecciones... Me viene a la memoria aquello que se señalaba hace años: "menos lecciones magistrales y más magistrales lecciones", o aquello otro que oí a un colega que decía que: "una clase magistral es un procedimiento por el que, lo que está en los papeles del profesor, pasa a los papeles del alumno, sin pasar por la cabeza ni del uno ni de los otros...". O aquel eminente geógrafo que enseñaba a jóvenes profesores que "no se puede dar una clase mirando al noroeste", haciendo referencia a la importancia que tiene el contacto visual, el mirar a los ojos de las personas a las que hablamos. ¿No os habéis dado cuenta de que muchos profesores no te miran directamente cuanto te hablan? Si te pasa esto, deberías corregirlo enseguida. Nada interpela más personalmente que el que te miren a los ojos, hablamos a personas no a grupos; sí te hablo a tí. ¿No os parece?

Aquí va una representación que quiere recoger gráficamente las frases anteriores. Pensar que cuando hablamos a una clase nuestro rendimiento puede reducirse al 10% (tómese el dato a modo de mera ilustración) es, cuando menos, un monumento a la ineficacia. ¿O no?

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Digital Learning styles present a challenge for online educators

Digital Learning styles present a challenge for online educators | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Educators are faced with significant questions.

Are there differences in the ways that online students learn that are influenced by their familiarity, comfort and skill level with technology (digital literacy)?
Are there different digital learning styles?
Is there a digital generation gap in online education?

Along with the traditional learning styles (visual, auditory, tactile), online educators should consider digital learning styles (students familiarity and skill levels with the technology). Exploring digital diversity by birth cohorts from baby boomers (1945-1964), Generation X (1964-1980), to millennials (1980-2000) and digital natives (2000 onwards), can help shed light on learning styles of online students. One defining characteristic is the level of technology that permeates each generation and, in the latter cases, significantly shapes their social world and primary communication tools.
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What teachers can and can't do on Google Classroom

What teachers can and can't do on Google Classroom | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Are you still wondering what Google Classroom is all about and whether you should start using it or not? This video explanation created by Amy Mayer is a definitely a must watch. Amy provides a concise overview of the current features of Google Classroom. She started with the things you can do with Google Classroom and used some examples of how teachers are implementing it in their classrooms; how it is used for assignments, how it is integrated with Google Drive, how teachers share files and documents, and many more. Amy also talked about some other features such as how to manage your ‘students tab’ to either allow or disallow students to post comments and interact with you. You will also get to know how to generate a class code that students can use to join your class and other pretty cool stuff that you can do on Google Classroom.
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Modelo de enseñanza y aprendizaje por competencias

Modelo de enseñanza y aprendizaje por competencias | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Los beneficios del modelo de enseñanza y aprendizaje por competencias: preparar a los alumnos para la vida mediante un aprendizaje cooperativo, significativo y funcional. Dotar a los equipo docentes de los Centros Educativos de conocimientos y recursos para incorporar un modelo de enseñanza y aprendizaje por competencias. Reconocer los beneficios del modelo de enseñanza y aprendizaje por competencias, dotar de herramientas y recursos al profesor y/o equipo docente con el fin de incorporarlo activamente en el aula.



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¿Conoces las diferencias entre los métodos Tradicionales y los Inductivos?

¿Conoces las diferencias entre los métodos Tradicionales y los Inductivos? | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
¿Conoces las diferencias entre los métodos “tradicionales” y los “inductivos”?, este sencillo diagrama te puede ayudar a distinguirlos:
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Atributos pedagógicos que debe tener una app educativa

Atributos pedagógicos que debe tener una app educativa | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Niños, apps, educadores, entretenimiento, tabletas, lectura… una mezcla de ingredientes fundamentales para estimular el aprendizaje de los más pequeños de una forma divertida en nuestras aulas y para enriquecer atractivamente su tiempo libre.

En la actualidad, y debido al auge de las nuevas tecnologías, es frecuente que los educadores sientan cierta preocupación y curiosidad sobre cuál es el uso y papel que han de ocupar las tabletas y otros soportes digitales en las aulas. Como adultos, no debemos ver a las nuevas tecnologías como una amenaza, sino como herramienta para facilitar el aprendizaje y estimular el desarrollo de los más pequeños.
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A look inside the classroom of the future

A look inside the classroom of the future | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Over the next generation, whether they work for corporations, small businesses, government organizations, nonprofits, or other organizations, many U.S. employees will move from working primarily with American colleagues, bosses, and customers for American organizations in U.S. cities, to being part of global teams. As leaders, they will use technology to bridge geographic divides, build organizations that transcend borders, and work together with colleagues from around the world on issues such as climate change, food security, and population growth -- issues that require multinational teams coming together to effect change.
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Social Learning is more than just Social Media: Crafting an effective strategy

Social Learning is more than just Social Media: Crafting an effective strategy | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Australia and the United States are the two most individualistic countries in the world. From the time we enter formal schooling, we are expected to forge our own academic paths and pursue individual careers, occasionally crossing paths with others but always keeping our own best interests in mind. But in a world of increasing complexity and interdependence, we can no longer afford “to go our own way.” Informal learning may have already become a social phenomenon, but formal education has a lot of catching up to do–and quick.

One way of explaining this individualistic spirit is to say that many Western cultures still have a “Lockean” attitude emphasising individual freedom and the pursuit of individual affluence above all else. Our founders may have assumed that the freedom of individuals to pursue their own ends would be tempered by a “public spirit” and concern for the common good that would shape its social institutions.

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