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El lenguaje y la comunicación en niños con autismo - Autismo Diario

El lenguaje y la comunicación en niños con autismo - Autismo Diario | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Uno de los grandes problemas en el autismo es el desarrollo del lenguaje verbal y la comunicación
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Becoming Innovative: 15 New Ideas Every Teacher Should Try - TeachThought

Becoming Innovative: 15 New Ideas Every Teacher Should Try - TeachThought | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
What are the latest emerging trends in education?

As trends to do, these are changing almost yearly. Consider how quiet iPads in the classroom have been recently, whereas three years ago they were going to replace teachers and were (unsarcastically) compared to magic. While mobile devices like the iPad can indeed parallel a kind of magic in the learning process, it obviously has to ‘fit’ into a progressive supporting ecology of assessment, curriculum, and instruction.

With that in mind, we’ve created a list of 15 (the graphic plus 3 bonus items below) new ideas every teacher should try. Not all will fit or work–again, it depends on the ecology of the classroom, school, and so on. But each of these ideas below–some learning models, some concepts, and some technologies–can be transformational for students, and your teaching.

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Susan McDonald's curator insight, June 3, 3:05 AM
This really is a good little framework to use as a 'to do' list in future planning. The implicit message is that ICTs alone won't fix your problems, but combine them with innovative teaching approaches and unit structures and fit them to the 'ecology' of your school and class, and you will be getting close!
Hollie Brassington's curator insight, June 3, 6:51 AM
This is a fantastic summary of ways to transform learning - in fact the PBL and Skype examples in combination with the current hot topic in the news about the value and virtues of allrefugees (Karl Stefanovic on WIN Today show)  makes me think I could devise an English  Unit on refugees where students interact through  these digital pedagogical tools  with actual refugees now in Australia to find out their stories and to hear about racial prejudice towards 'boat people', and then write a letter to the editor type assessment dispelling the negativities towards refugees via an online newspaper or blog situation. These could be shared with actual refugees to show them they have the support of Australian citizens....
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Great list of strategies that are making a difference in the learning space.
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Becoming Innovative: 15 New Ideas Every Teacher Should Try - TeachThought

Becoming Innovative: 15 New Ideas Every Teacher Should Try - TeachThought | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
What are the latest emerging trends in education?

As trends to do, these are changing almost yearly. Consider how quiet iPads in the classroom have been recently, whereas three years ago they were going to replace teachers and were (unsarcastically) compared to magic. While mobile devices like the iPad can indeed parallel a kind of magic in the learning process, it obviously has to ‘fit’ into a progressive supporting ecology of assessment, curriculum, and instruction.

With that in mind, we’ve created a list of 15 (the graphic plus 3 bonus items below) new ideas every teacher should try. Not all will fit or work–again, it depends on the ecology of the classroom, school, and so on. But each of these ideas below–some learning models, some concepts, and some technologies–can be transformational for students, and your teaching.

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Susan McDonald's curator insight, June 3, 3:05 AM
This really is a good little framework to use as a 'to do' list in future planning. The implicit message is that ICTs alone won't fix your problems, but combine them with innovative teaching approaches and unit structures and fit them to the 'ecology' of your school and class, and you will be getting close!
Hollie Brassington's curator insight, June 3, 6:51 AM
This is a fantastic summary of ways to transform learning - in fact the PBL and Skype examples in combination with the current hot topic in the news about the value and virtues of allrefugees (Karl Stefanovic on WIN Today show)  makes me think I could devise an English  Unit on refugees where students interact through  these digital pedagogical tools  with actual refugees now in Australia to find out their stories and to hear about racial prejudice towards 'boat people', and then write a letter to the editor type assessment dispelling the negativities towards refugees via an online newspaper or blog situation. These could be shared with actual refugees to show them they have the support of Australian citizens....
Norton Gusky's curator insight, September 7, 8:16 AM
Great list of strategies that are making a difference in the learning space.
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Entornos digitales y políticas educativas: dilemas y certezas | IIPE UNESCO BUENOS AIRES

Entornos digitales y políticas educativas: dilemas y certezas | IIPE UNESCO BUENOS AIRES | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

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El Vaticano hace santa a la Madre Teresa entre acusaciones de fraude

El Vaticano hace santa a la Madre Teresa entre acusaciones de fraude | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
El Papa ha canonizado este domingo a la "santa de los pobres", a quien las universidades de Ottawa y Montreal calificaron de mito falso tras una investigaciónAlgunos profesionales denuncian malas prácticas médicas y falta de higiene. Otros en India aseguran que forzaba a los enfermos a convertirse al cristianismo El milagro que la ha convertido en santa también está en entredicho: la "inexplicable" curación del cáncer de Mónica Besra tras ver una estampita suya
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Ten types of infographics: Which one works for you?

Ten types of infographics: Which one works for you? | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

"A guide to the different types of infographics and how they can be used to present your data ..."

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La ola imparable del cambio educativo

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ACTIVA, COOPERATIVA Y ASERTIVA

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Emergência de ambiente propício à aprendizagem da relação entre projeto pedagógico e ambiente virtual em cursos a distância: uma abordagem complexa

Emergência de ambiente propício à aprendizagem da relação entre projeto pedagógico e ambiente virtual em cursos a distância: uma abordagem complexa | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Emergência de ambiente propício à aprendizagem da relação entre projeto pedagógico e ambiente virtual em cursos a distância: uma abordagem complexa

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e-learning , conocimiento en red: Construyendo una educación de calidad: un pacto con el futuro de América Latina. Comisión para la Educación de Calidad para Todos @espacioOEI @FundSantillana

e-learning , conocimiento en red: Construyendo una educación de calidad: un pacto con el futuro de América Latina. Comisión para la Educación de Calidad para Todos @espacioOEI @FundSantillana | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
e-learning, web2.0, web 2.0, aprendizaje, formación online, formación virtual, capacitación virtual, comunidad eLearning, technology, edublog, weblog, e-Learning, elearning, formación corporativa...
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Debemos trabajar más sobre la calidad en nuestra querida América Latina, para tener en cuenta.
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Personal Learning Networks: All eLearning Pros Need To Know - eLearning Industry

Personal Learning Networks: All eLearning Pros Need To Know - eLearning Industry | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Wondering what do you need to know about Personal Learning Networks? Check here to learn evevrything you need about Personal Learning Networks.

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Declaración de La Haya sobre acceso abierto

Declaración de La Haya sobre acceso abierto | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
  The Hague Declaration Ver traducción al español Declaración de La Haya sobre la extracción de conocimiento útil (knowledge discovery) en la Era Digital Traducción al español de Eva Méndez (emendez@bib.uc3m.es) Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. La Declaración de La Haya tiene como objetivo fomentar un acuerdo acerca de cómo habilitar mejor acceso a los…

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Programa tu primera actividad para Flipped Classroom

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Infografía que muestra los pasos a dar para programar una actividad FC

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La ansiedad que nos daña

La ansiedad que nos daña | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Actualmente gran cantidad de gente vive con ansiedad, la cual afecta su vida tanto a nivel psicológico como físico. Un ansioso tóxico alimenta a diario pensamientos negativos (a veces catastróficos) del tipo: "¡Cuidado! El mundo es peligroso"; o "algo malo va a ocurrir"; o "nunca lograré cambiar".
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16 herramientas para crear actividades educativas interactivas

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Blog con recursos para docentes y actividades interactivas para todos los niveles educativos

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The Beginner's Guide to Using Periscope for Education - Pike Mall Tech

The Beginner's Guide to Using Periscope for Education - Pike Mall Tech | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Periscope, Twitter’s live video streaming app, is taking the education world by storm.  Since its debut in early 2015, teachers and administrators are trying to figure out how to use Periscope for education and not just as a way for students to stream silly human tricks on live video to their friends.

Before we can get into how to use Periscope for education, let’s first define what exactly Periscope is and how you use it for those of you that are clueless for now.

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I find myself in the same situation. It is really cool but how to make the best use of it with students. 
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¡Vuelta al cole! Ideas para la asignatura de Música - Educación 3.0

Una de las materias que más gustan a los alumnos y que les permiten interactuar enormemente con el material es la asignatura de Música. Antaño la práctica era difícil y

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Know Students Better: 15 Tools for Formative Assessment

Know Students Better: 15 Tools for Formative Assessment | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

There is a very wide variety of digital formative assessment tools that can
be used for free. I’ve made simple graphics for 15 of them. Most of the
tools work with any web browser, so they are great for laptops, computer plabs, iPads, Chroedamebooks, tablets, and smartphones.


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10 food trends you need to know about - Independent.ie

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Food was always subject to fashion. There was a time when the done thing was to serve tablefuls of sweet and savoury dishes all at once, before the influential 19th-century set decided
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Psicología de la Motivación por Diego Jorge Gonzalez en PDF - Instituto de Tecnologías para Docentes | Yo Profesor

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Por motivación se entiende la compleja integración de procesos psíquicos que efectúa la regulación inductora del comportamiento, pues determina la dirección ( hacia el objeto-meta buscado o el objet

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12 things you were not taught about creative thinking

 Michael Michalko
Twelve Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking
September 3, 2016 • 24 Likes • 3 Comments

Aspects of creative thinking that are not usually taught.

1. You are creative. The artist is not a special person, each one of us is a special kind of artist. Every one of us is born a creative, spontaneous thinker. The only difference between people who are creative and people who are not is a simple belief. Creative people believe they are creative. People who believe they are not creative, are not. Once you have a particular identity and set of beliefs about yourself, you become interested in seeking out the skills needed to express your identity and beliefs. This is why people who believe they are creative become creative. If you believe you are not creative, then there is no need to learn how to become creative and you don't. The reality is that believing you are not creative excuses you from trying or attempting anything new. When someone tells you that they are not creative, you are talking to someone who has no interest and will make no effort to be a creative thinker.

2. Creative thinking is work. You must have passion and the determination to immerse yourself in the process of creating new and different ideas. Then you must have patience to persevere against all adversity. All creative geniuses work passionately hard and produce incredible numbers of ideas, most of which are bad. In fact, more bad poems were written by the major poets than by minor poets. Thomas Edison created 3000 different ideas for lighting systems before he evaluated them for practicality and profitability. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart produced more than six hundred pieces of music, including forty-one symphonies and some forty-odd operas and masses, during his short creative life. Rembrandt produced around 650 paintings and 2,000 drawings and Picasso executed more than 20,000 works. Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets. Some were masterpieces, while others were no better than his contemporaries could have written, and some were simply bad.

3. You must go through the motions of being creative. When you are producing ideas, you are replenishing neurotransmitters linked to genes that are being turned on and off in response to what your brain is doing, which in turn is responding to challenges. When you go through the motions of trying to come up with new ideas, you are energizing your brain by increasing the number of contacts between neurons. The more times you try to get ideas, the more active your brain becomes and the more creative you become. If you want to become an artist and all you did was paint a picture every day, you will become an artist. You may not become another Vincent Van Gogh, but you will become more of an artist than someone who has never tried.

4. Your brain is not a computer. Your brain is a dynamic system that evolves its patterns of activity rather than computes them like a computer. It thrives on the creative energy of feedback from experiences real or fictional. You can synthesize experience; literally create it in your own imagination. The human brain cannot tell the difference between an "actual" experience and an experience imagined vividly and in detail. This discovery is what enabled Albert Einstein to create his thought experiments with imaginary scenarios that led to his revolutionary ideas about space and time. One day, for example, he imagined falling in love. Then he imagined meeting the woman he fell in love with two weeks after he fell in love. This led to his theory of acausality. The same process of synthesizing experience allowed Walt Disney to bring his fantasies to life.

5. There is no one right answer. Reality is ambiguous. Aristotle said it is either A or not-A. It cannot be both. The sky is either blue or not blue. This is black and white thinking as the sky is a billion different shades of blue. A beam of light is either a wave or not a wave (A or not-A). Physicists discovered that light can be either a wave or particle depending on the viewpoint of the observer. The only certainty in life is uncertainty. When trying to get ideas, do not censor or evaluate them as they occur. Nothing kills creativity faster than self-censorship of ideas while generating them. Think of all your ideas as possibilities and generate as many as you can before you decide which ones to select. The world is not black or white. It is grey.

6. Never stop with your first good idea. Always strive to find a better one and continue until you have one that is still better. In 1862, Phillip Reis demonstrated his invention which could transmit music over the wires. He was days away from improving it into a telephone that could transmit speech. Every communication expert in Germany dissuaded him from making improvements, as they said the telegraph is good enough. No one would buy or use a telephone. Ten years later, Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone. Spencer Silver developed a new adhesive for 3M that stuck to objects but could easily be lifted off. It was first marketed as a bulletin board adhesive so the boards could be moved easily from place to place. There was no market for it. Silver didn't discard it. One day Arthur Fry, another 3M employee, was singing in the church's choir when his page marker fell out of his hymnal. Fry coated his page markers with Silver's adhesive and discovered the markers stayed in place, yet lifted off without damaging the page. Hence the Post-it Notes were born. Thomas Edison was always trying to spring board from one idea to another in his work. He spring boarded his work from the telephone (sounds transmitted) to the phonograph (sounds recorded) and, finally, to motion pictures (images recorded).

7. Expect the experts to be negative. The more expert and specialized a person becomes, the more their mindset becomes narrowed and the more fixated they become on confirming what they believe to be absolute. Consequently, when confronted with new and different ideas, their focus will be on conformity. Does it conform with what I know is right? If not, experts will spend all their time showing and explaining why it can't be done and why it can't work. They will not look for ways to make it work or get it done because this might demonstrate that what they regarded as absolute is not absolute at all. This is why when Fred Smith created Federal Express, every delivery expert in the U.S. predicted its certain doom. After all, they said, if this delivery concept was doable, the Post Office or UPS would have done it long ago.

8. Trust your instincts. Don't allow yourself to get discouraged. Albert Einstein was expelled from school because his attitude had a negative effect on serious students; he failed his university entrance exam and had to attend a trade school for one year before finally being admitted; and was the only one in his graduating class who did not get a teaching position because no professor would recommend him. One professor said Einstein was "the laziest dog" the university ever had. Beethoven's parents were told he was too stupid to be a music composer. Charles Darwin's colleagues called him a fool and what he was doing "fool's experiments" when he worked on his theory of biological evolution. Walt Disney was fired from his first job on a newspaper because "he lacked imagination." Thomas Edison had only two years of formal schooling, was totally deaf in one ear and was hard of hearing in the other, was fired from his first job as a newsboy and later fired from his job as a telegrapher; and still he became the most famous inventor in the history of the U.S.

9. There is no such thing as failure. Whenever you try to do something and do not succeed, you do not fail. You have learned something that does not work. Always ask "What have I learned about what doesn't work?", "Can this explain something that I didn't set out to explain?", and "What have I discovered that I didn't set out to discover?" Whenever someone tells you that they have never made a mistake, you are talking to someone who has never tried anything new.

10. You do not see things as they are; you see them as you are. Interpret your own experiences. All experiences are neutral. They have no meaning. You give them meaning by the way you choose to interpret them. If you are a priest, you see evidence of God everywhere. If you are an atheist, you see the absence of God everywhere. IBM observed that no one in the world had a personal computer. IBM interpreted this to mean there was no market. College dropouts, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, looked at the same absence of personal computers and saw a massive opportunity. Once Thomas Edison was approached by an assistant while working on the filament for the light bulb. The assistant asked Edison why he didn't give up. "After all," he said, "you have failed 5000 times." Edison looked at him and told him that he didn't understand what the assistant meant by failure, because, Edison said, "I have discovered 5000 things that don't work." You construct your own reality by how you choose to interpret your experiences.

11. Always approach a problem on its own terms. Do not trust your first perspective of a problem as it will be too biased toward your usual way of thinking. Always look at your problem from multiple perspectives. Always remember that genius is finding a perspective no one else has taken. Look for different ways to look at the problem. Write the problem statement several times using different words. Take another role, for example, how would someone else see it, how would Jay Leno, Pablo Picasso, George Patton see it? Draw a picture of the problem, make a model, or mold a sculpture. Take a walk and look for things that metaphorically represent the problem and force connections between those things and the problem (How is a broken store window like my communications problem with my students?) Ask your friends and strangers how they see the problem. Ask a child. How would a ten year old solve it? Ask a grandparent. Imagine you are the problem. When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

12. Learn to think unconventionally. Creative geniuses do not think analytically and logically. Conventional, logical, analytical thinkers are exclusive thinkers which means they exclude all information that is not related to the problem. They look for ways to eliminate possibilities. Creative geniuses are inclusive thinkers which mean they look for ways to include everything, including things that are dissimilar and totally unrelated. Generating associations and connections between unrelated or dissimilar subjects is how they provoke different thinking patterns in their brain. These new patterns lead to new connections which give them a different way to focus on the information and different ways to interpret what they are focusing on. This is how original and truly novel ideas are created. Albert Einstein once famously remarked "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand."

Michael Michalko...........Author of THINKERTOYS (A HANDBOOK OF CREATIVE THINKING TECHNIQUES) www.creativethinking.net





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Arbi Ayvazian Arbi Ayvazian
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"Expect the experts to be negative" ������ Incredible wealth of information Mr Michalko, thank you for sharing this post. This article should be more valuable than a MBA program for entrepreneurs.
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Arbi Ayvazian Arbi Ayvazian
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Michael Michalko Do you offer any online courses in Lynda, Udemy, Alison or any other virtual universities? Perhaps Blinkist???
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Thank you, Arbi, for your kind words. I appreciate your thoughtful response. Best, Michael
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Lance Winslow Lance Winslow
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I sure like Sir Ken Robinson's Ted Talks on this topic.
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Librarypedia: El futuro de las bibliotecas y Wikipedia

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  Librarypedia: The Future of Libraries and Wikipedia By Jake Orlowitz and Patrick Earley on January 25, 2014   Wikipedia y bibliotecas se conectan entre sí en el círculo de la investigación y la difusión. Wikipedia se está convirtiendo en el punto de partida para la investigación de muchos, que lleva a los lectores a…

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La universidad pública perdió un 3,4% de su alumnado en el último curso - EcoDiario.es

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- CCOO lo achaca al encarecimiento de las matrículas y a la reducción de las becasMADRID, 30 (SERVIMEDIA)El número de alumnos matriculados en las universidades públicas españolas cayó un 3,4% durante el curso, 2015-2016, frente al 1,5% de pérdida en la privada, según el avance de datos facilitados por el Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte.

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