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¿Cómo debemos tratar al alumnado de altas capacidades para su corrector desarrollo?
I teach a graduate course for the Boise State University's Educational Technology program called Social Networked Learning. I discussed it in Educators as Social Networked Learners and Educator as a Social Networked Learner: Presentation Materials.
Reporting out of some work at Brown University on personal learning environments. What are those?
"A PLE is the method students use to organize their self-directed online learning, including the tools they employ to gather information, conduct research, and present their findings. As the name implies, PLEs give learners a high degree of control over their work by allowing them to customize the learning experience and connect to others, including experts in the field."
Is anyone paying attention to our Personal Working Environments?
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"Long have educators, from Aristotle to Dewey to Sizer, called for “'learning by doing' and “'student as worker,' modes that worked in long-ago ages when practical skills were paramount and information volume still narrowly bounded. When information grew in volume, but access to it remained sharply limited (textbooks and teachers’ minds), and professional careers entailed a great deal of internalized knowledge, we had a short interval, a century or so, of education primarily via lecture, textbook reading, and test-taking. But as Drexler points out, we are in a new era where information is abundantly available and professionalism is far more about the effective manipulation– access, evaluation, & application– it only makes sense to reorient learning toward facilitation of students’ 'active role in the learning process' and teachers’ provision of the right balance between structured lessons and autonomy; let’s never forget it is an ongoing balancing act."
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