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How much data privacy can you expect to have? - Technology & Science - CBC News

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Experts say that the social media technology and the ability for companies to harness our personal information is moving faster than the laws in place to protect our privacy.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 10, 2013 3:35 PM
This is a good read and a good thing to make students aware of.
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Videoconference and Co-Navigate Docs, Slides, Clips and Maps with MashMeTV

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Lee Tonitto's curator insight, December 17, 2013 1:52 AM

MashMeTV is a real-time collaboration web app which allows you to create one or more persistent collaboration rooms that integrate the following features:
 

video-conferencing for up to 12 peoplewhiteboardGoogle Drive collaboration on docs and presentationsSlideShare in-sync presentation viewingYouTube in-sync video viewingGoogle Maps co-navigationco-browsingtext chatroom visual personalizationfree storage of 2.5 GB
sara suarez's curator insight, January 31, 9:35 PM

LAS NUEVAS CHARLAS QUE ENCONTRAMOS EN EL SIGLO XXI...

Internet ha transformado nuestras vidas. Es con mucho una de las revoluciones más importantes que ha experimentado la humanidad y va a seguir cambiando nuestra sociedad en los próximos años.Sin duda la red nos ofrece innumerables oportunidades y es una herramienta indispensable que tiende a reducir las diferencias entre aquellos que tenemos la suerte de vivir en el denominado primer mundo.En nuestra avanzada sociedad, pese a existir aún reductos de marginación y pobreza, los problemas más acuciantes tienen mucho que ver con la educación de los niños.La falta de valores y referentes está marcando de forma indeleble el comportamiento de nuestros hijos. Y el ámbito donde mejor se mueven es precisamente el de la red, donde también es necesario regirse por unos valores y referentes que les permitan atajar los problemas con los que se van a encontrar día a día.La intimidad propia y ajena debe ser un concepto que los chicos deben tener claro.Los límites de lo que pueden subir a la red deben conocerlos y deben saber que la verdadera amistad es mucho más que un amigo virtual.Las consecuencias de una burla en la red son demoledoras e infinitas por definición.Es perfectamente posible que un desconocido pueda contactar con un menor y es una realidad incuestionable que los niños pasan demasiadas horas delante del ordenador sin hacer deporte, sin leer un buen libro y sin un adulto de referencia que le ayude a discriminar lo que le conviene de lo que no.Y por supuesto pueden acceder a contenidos claramente inadecuados para su edad. La red es algo cotidiano en nuestras vidas y algo indispensable en la de nuestros hijos.Es nuestra responsabilidad educarles en el buen uso de la misma y ejercer la patria potestad también en el mundo virtual. Un mundo donde los problemas son absolutamente reales.

Ramon Pavia's curator insight, September 29, 10:51 PM

Let's give it a chance!!!

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Why free online classes are still the future of education

Why free online classes are still the future of education | Ensino, Aprendizagem & Tecnologia | Scoop.it
The MOOC was The Next Big Thing—and then it was written off for dead. But for Anant Agarwal, one of the founding fathers of this online reboot of university education, it’s only just getting started.

Agarwal is an MIT computer science professor and the CEO of the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based non-profit, edX, one of several purveyors of so-called “massively open online courses,” or MOOCs, which offer free online classes from elite universities to anyone in the world. After it was buoyed by an enormous wave of hype two years ago, the MOOC has now plummeted in terms of public perception—with even one of its most prominent backers turning his back on the idea—but Agarwal is unbowed.
Anant Agarwal.

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The way he sees it, effective uses of the MOOC model are only beginning to take shape. Enrollment in edX courses has doubled over last year, and he believes we’re on the verge of an era he calls MOOC 2.0. “We’ve been growing as others are throwing in the towel,” he says of edX

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[eBook] Teaching in a Digital Age (Tony Bates)

[eBook] Teaching in a Digital Age (Tony Bates) | Ensino, Aprendizagem & Tecnologia | Scoop.it

In the book, I identify:

the external developments that are putting pressure on university and college teaching,
the day to day implications for instructors, teaching assistants, and students themselves
some of the ways that instructors and institutions are successfully responding to such pressures,
a set of strategies for redesigning your teaching that will help handle these pressures in a positive way.

Although the book contains many practical examples, it is more than a cookbook on how to teach. It looks closely at the nature of knowledge, and how that results in different approaches to teaching
the science behind how students learn best, the features that distinguish between different technologies from an educational perspective, and from this the implications of using different types of technology for teaching some alternative ways to design your courses so that they better meet the needs of your students some suggestions for managing your teaching work load.

In other words, the book examines the underlying principles that guide effective teaching in an age when everyone,and in particular the students we are teaching, are using technology. I provide you with a framework for making decisions about your teaching, while understanding that every subject is different, and every instructor has something unique and special to bring to their teaching.

In the end, though, the book isn’t really about you. It’s about you helping your students to develop the knowledge and skills they will need in a digital age: not so much the IT skills, but the thinking and attitudes to learning that will bring them success. For that to happen, though, your students need you to be on top of your game. This book is your coach.


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Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's curator insight, September 26, 6:45 AM

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Classrooms Without Walls: Using Digital Media to Connect Inside and Outside of the Classroom (EdSurge News)

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Competencias docentes para los nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje

Uno de los temas clave de la agenda de investigación actual relacionada con la Tecnología educativa hace referencia a los nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje y sus implicaciones. Para comprender mejor la investigación sobre los escenarios de aprendizaje y sus implicaciones, se señalan en este traba- jo algunos de los ámbitos que requieren mayor desarrollo en la investigación orientada a las competencias profesionales de los docentes, necesarias para adaptarse a la nueva for- ma de entender el aprendizaje en un mundo digital. Para ello, se revisan algunas investigaciones en este ámbito, insis- tiendo en aquellas líneas que quedan abiertas y requieren mayor atención. 


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MOOCs -- Completion Is Not Important

MOOCs -- Completion Is Not Important | Ensino, Aprendizagem & Tecnologia | Scoop.it

"Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are oftendescribed as the future of education — or at least a significant part of it. But there may be a significant problem with them: a very small proportion of students who start them actually finish. This poses a serious threat to their legitimacy. Many are beginning to think that if less than 10% of students even complete MOOCs, they must be useless. This worry is largely unfounded, since people benefit even without completion."


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10 Social Media Skills for The 21st Century Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

10 Social Media Skills for The 21st Century Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Ensino, Aprendizagem & Tecnologia | Scoop.it
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katemreid's curator insight, September 19, 1:19 AM

I love the fact that this was inspired by Doug Johnson at the Blue Skunk Blog - I love his perspective on school libraries, teacher librarianship and our roles in an increasingly blended information universe

Ching Rem's curator insight, September 19, 1:30 AM

Faeta!

Elvis Sanfins's curator insight, September 21, 10:29 AM

Technology Skills

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Creating Strong and Passionate Communities of Practice

This is a presentation that Allison Pollard and I have been delivering because of our desire to see communities of practice flourish as vehicles for improvement

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cintia moreira's curator insight, September 21, 10:36 AM

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OER MOOC: Use of Open Educational Resources in Classroom

Welcome to a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on the use of Open Educational Resources in the classroom. This four week course is free and open to all registe…

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Julie Tardy's curator insight, September 8, 10:07 AM

A new short-term MOOC on the use of OER

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Synchronous and Asynchronous Technologies: When Real Worlds Collide - Hybrid Pedagogy

Synchronous and Asynchronous Technologies: When Real Worlds Collide - Hybrid Pedagogy | Ensino, Aprendizagem & Tecnologia | Scoop.it
With the development of electronic and now digital technology, the spectrum between these two extreme communications -- spoken language and etchings on stone -- has been filling in much more rapidly.

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Big data in the classroom

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The days of paper textbooks seem destined to become as distant a memory as cursive handwriting. In 2014, big data is reshaping the way students receive curriculum and learn, and the tools of the new and digital classroom are changing the dynamics for educators.

 

"Data is changing the way people think," says Eileen Murphy Buckley, founder and CEO of ThinkCERCA, a company in the data-driven education space. "From critical accountability to teacher accountability to the way we arrange time, our learning spaces, technologies — data is disrupting everything."

 

The inclusion of the computer in K–12 classes is nothing new; they've been on desks since the days of Texas Instruments. In more recent times, however, pupils aren't turning to their screens to learn a little BASIC or play a round of Oregon Trail — they're increasingly experiencing data-driven teaching as a fully integrated part of a post-textbook, personalized academic process.


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The Future of Technology in Education (Part 2)

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The introductory section of HR14 contains this graphic showing Innovative Pedagogical Practices. And although I realise the HR14 is mainly about emerging technologies and their potential effect on education, pedagogy is closely intertwined with these technologies. HR14 hardly ever expands on this pedagogy wheel at all, and I cannot help but think that they’ve missed an opportunity to spread the word about these important teaching, learning and management practices. Simply listing them is not enough. For teachers who become inspired by the content of HR14, a section (perhaps as an appendix) expanding on these pedagogical practices would be a wonderful opportunity to explore twenty-first century education in even greater depth. (As near as I can tell, the graphic comes from here.)

 


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Disrupting the status quo: Innovating to support collaboration and personalization

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How teachers are co-designing new technology tools to enhance collaboration and expand learning opportunities for students.

 

Technology is not a synonym for innovation, but it has the power to enable and facilitate it. As the Teachers Know Best report tells us, technology in education is not quite where teachers and students need it to be for personalization and collaboration. But technologies such as Khan Academy have disrupted the status quo and innovators are working closely with teachers to design tools that connect both students and teachers to deeper content and new ways of learning independently and with their peers.


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Aprender en red, aprender de otra manera. Jordi Adell


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Marta Torán's curator insight, September 26, 12:14 PM

Magnífica intervención de Jordi Adell sobre Aprendizaje en red.

 

Comienza proponiendo una definición que considera "aprender" como la construcción del conocimiento y con una breve revisión de antecedentes. Continúa con ocho "ideas-fuerza" sobre esta nueva forma de aprender y enseñar. Y, finalmente, aporta algunos ejemplos.

 

Muy, muy, muy interesante!

Laura Rosillo's curator insight, September 27, 1:22 AM

¡Buena reflexión! Aprender en red. 

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[Slideshare] Educación Conectada: La escuela en tiempos de redes

Texto íntegro de la conferencia presentada en el Primer Encuentro de Gestores y Formadores digitales del Programa Computadores para educar. Celebrado en Bogotá…

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María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, September 28, 9:43 AM

Educación Conectada: La escuela en tiempos de redes

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Embracing the Digital Learning Paradigm

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With four children at different educational crossroads, I am fascinated by how wireless technology is transforming teaching and learning. From our preschooler who expertly navigates through early learning apps, to our middle school daughters w...
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Ten tips for leading communities(deloitte)

Presentation 10 tips for leading communitiesStan GarfieldJuly 2011

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Case studies on OER - based eLearning by Som Naidu and Sanjaya Mishra

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The 4 Stages Of Edtech Disruption

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What are the stages of technology in learning, and how can these stages be used as a framework for improving learning?

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Educating the net generation - e-book

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Martin Weller: The iceberg model of OER engagement

"I'm pretty sure I'm the first person to ever use the iceberg analogy...

I've been pondering ways of thinking about open education awareness, and OER usage that might help shape OER policy. So here's one I want to try out."


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Ebner, Martin et al. (2014). How open content servers can be made beneficial for learning and teaching

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Ebner, Martin; Scerbakov, Nicolai & Schön, Sandra (2014). How open content servers can be made beneficial for learning and teaching. In: Transactions on Internet Research, vol.10, no.2 , pp. 26-30, http://vipsi.org/ipsi/journals/


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Los MOOC en la crisis de la Educación Universitaria. Docencia, diseño y aprendizaje. Un modelo previsible (III)

Los MOOC en la crisis de la Educación Universitaria. Docencia, diseño y aprendizaje. Un modelo previsible (III) | Ensino, Aprendizagem & Tecnologia | Scoop.it

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Miguel Zapata-Ros's curator insight, September 2, 11:28 PM

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Hay una línea de pensamiento sobre la universidad, sus funciones y su misión, que ha permanecido invariante desde sus inicios. Es la que satisface las expectativas de muchos profesores, gestores, de no pocos alumnos universitarios y de sus familias.

 

Hay unas fórmulas de educación que establecen el vínculo, sólo a través de los materiales con contenidos, entre destacados especialistas y los alumnos aventajados, que constituyen una minoría. Se hace con estos materiales organizados mediante explicaciones tipo conferencia a un auditorio masivo y con exámenes de pruebas objetivas. Según este pensamiento son las formulas correctas. Y para muchos las únicas, lo que no está contemplado en ellas no es educación.

 

Estas fórmulas siempre han asegurado el éxito y han dado satisfacciones a un modelo de profesor. Pero han dejado fuera una gran cantidad alumnos, y por ende de recursos humanos. Son los alumnos que están en la parte central de la Campana de Gauss. La sociedad no puede prescindir de esos recursos, y las situaciones personales de frustración tampoco están en el horizonte de bienestar que toda sociedad debe perseguir para sus miembros."

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, September 5, 5:33 AM

Esta es la tercera entrada de una serie que, como las anteriores, constituye una parte del capítulo 16, titulado  ”Un modelo previsible”, del libro de próxima publicación Los MOOC en la crisis de la Educación Universitaria. Docencia, diseño y aprendizaje:

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Educación Creativa para la Era de la Información: ¿Misión imposible? (Manuel Castells)

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En el 2002 el 52% de toda la información estaba digitalizada, en el 2007 el 97% de toda la información que existe en el planeta está digitalizada. Esto es una transformación fundamental, no solamente, o mejor dicho, no por el hecho que es información abrumadora, sino porque existe  necesidad para el ser humano de procesar, seleccionar y aplicar esa información. En otras palabras, ya que el 97% de la información del planeta está digitalizada y es accesible por internet, el problema ya no es tener información. Proporcionar información tipo manual o libro de texto, no solamente está anticuado sino que es contraproducente a todos los niveles educativos. 

 Lo crítico pues, es que la educación aumente la capacidad de los seres humanos de buscar, seleccionar, procesar y recombinar la información en conocimiento y el conocimiento en conocimiento significativo. Es decir, que se pueda utilizar con alguna finalidad o propósito específico. Así que la construcción de esta capacidad depende de la educación. Todo ello depende de la capacidad de la educación de organizar las mentes para ser educación creativa. Una educación que fomente la creatividad, entendiendo por creatividad la capacidad de crear nuevo conocimiento o nuevo significado. Y esta capacidad, ya que es conocimiento y significado, que son los elementos fundamentales en nuestra sociedad. Como digo, esta capacidad puede ser un eslabón débil o un eslabón fuerte, dependiendo.  Pero la educación es absolutamente esencial o central. Hablamos de la era de la información y queremos decir con ello, no sólo transformación tecnológica, sino también organizativa basada en networking o establecimiento de redes y también en la capacidad de que la mente humana sea directamente una fuerza productiva y también igualadora. Es decir, la educación a la vez es la materia crítica para la riqueza de las naciones y también la materia crítica para la igualdad de oportunidades. Ambas cosas. Entran conjuntamente todas las políticas incluyendo las sociales. 

En principio estaríamos en el siglo de oro o en una época dorada, de oro con la información, las nuevas tecnologías, la capacidad de procesar la información y convertirla en conocimiento  y, sin embargo, lo que observamos son obstáculos mentales, institucionales y culturales enormes en esta especie de despliegue de esta época de oro o siglo de oro..."

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The Future of Technology in Education (Part 1)

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The most interesting aspect of HR14 is the constant emphasis on the fact that these emerging technologies go hand in glove with reinvigorated pedagogies and attitudes towards education. This is true to such a strong degree that HR14 might be considered as much an exposition of future educational methodologies as it is a consideration of future educational technology.


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