Who says virtual world is not real, that people online are pretenders, cheat and bad. So beware when meeting someone you met online. I am so sorry for those who found internet people as fraud and dangerous ones.
Created through collaboration by members of Partnership for 21st Century Skills and the talented folks at FableVision, Above & Beyond is a story about what i... (This is what 21st Century Skills looks like.
Arab democracy isn’t likely to succeed without educational reforms. And yet serious reform efforts are conspicuously hard to find in the Arab world. It will take time to revamp schooling and instill values from the beginning of children's education. But that is the only way to prepare the ground for real change.
L'enseignement en ligne accessible à tous et gratuit est la forme d'éducation de l'avenir, mais elle est aussi... la meilleure. Tandis que l'Unesco souligne que la numérisation de l'enseignement est le meilleur moyen de garantir le développement...
"The picture is of a medieval baker and his apprentice, a choice that will have a poignancy for veterans of knowledge management, especially those of us who really don't by the electronic bread maker idea. That concept from Nonaka, like too much of KM ignores the social context of buying bread. That triggers memories of cycling down a country lane early in the morning to the holiday gîte with a couple of ficelle sticks and a bag of pain au chocolate that you were told not to get, but you know will all be consumed in minutes.
Memories aside, its time to get back to my post of yesterday and talk about the issue of standardisation, accreditation and professionalism. I'm doing this is part with the whole Agile/Lean/Kanban/Scrum community in mind as well as the knowledge management community whose latest attempt in this area triggered me to write this two part mini-essay.
I actually think its too late for KM by the way, the time was years ago and the field is now a subset of IT, but I will finish off with some suggestions there. For Agile the movement is new, but it is starting to fragment. It faces a fundamental need to find ways to be seen by strategy and business operations as something more than a better way to meet their requirements. Creating something in the early stages of a movements life cycle is a lot easier than at its end."
This short animation shows how teachers can use Skype in the classroom - A new way to meet new people, introduce experts, and connect with different cultures from around the world. Skype is a free and easy way to transform learning experiences.
Les OMD figurent dans tous les programmes d'éducation au développement durable et à la solidarité internationale. Ils structurent tous les projets de solidarité internationale et de nombreuses politiques nationales.
This post describes how The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture can be used to support maker education and tinkering with the focus being on students acquiring more process-oriented “how-to” skills, skills needed to develop and enhance creativity and innovation.
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We are living in a historical moment of transformation and realignment in the creation and sharing of knowledge, in social, political and economic life, and in global connectedness. There is wide agreement that we need new models of education suited to this historic moment, and not simply new models of schooling, but entirely new visions of learning better suited to the increasing complexity, connectivity, and velocity of our new knowledge society...for more info go to http://connectedlearning.tv
[...] So Cooper spent the next three years traveling the world, from France and Germany to Korea and China, to photograph virtual world players, placing their portraits next to their avatars. The results — poignant, powerful, remarkably eye-opening — are gathered in Alter Ego, a fascinating and, at its core, profoundly human glimpse of our quest for selfhood, identity, and social belonging. Micro-essays by each gamer offer a layered look at how we assemble our personas in a way that transcends the physicality of our bodies, our genetics, and our circumstances.
by Jordan Times Telecom and consulting experts on Sunday said demand for e-learning in Jordan is expected to witness a boom in the next five years, driven by a rise in Internet penetration and the spread of smartphones in the country.
Engagement: media that grabs attention Motivation: encouragement to go deeper Persistence: capturing more learning hours per day Production: ability to publish high quality work product Presentation: professional quality presentations Personalization: customized learning experiences Access: 24/7 access to great teachers and content Collaboration: instant interest and subject groups Acceleration: more and faster performance feedback Options: many new pathways to mastery We could add convenience—the ability to vary rate, time, and location
Well constructed tech-enabled learning leads to:
More writing More thinking More motivation More automaticity More time on higher order teaching More higher order practice (using games & sims) More publishing to wider audiences More investigating More collaborating More making, inventing, & creating
Digital learning can lead to deeper learning by engaging and motivating students and by encouraging production and publication of high quality products.
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