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Take Your Teaching Online With the Micro-Lecture

Take Your Teaching Online With the Micro-Lecture | Learning | Scoop.it

"Whether you want to supplement instruction for your in-person class or you teach a fully online course (like me), you're probably looking for effective ways to deliver content and maintain student engagement. Online learning is a different landscape thanks to sites like Khan Academy, the rapid adoption of MOOCs, and digital pedagogies (including blended and flipped classrooms). While online lectures aren’t the only medium for online instruction, they can be a powerful one, and can play a strategic part in how you teach. Short, focused discussions of key concepts or ideas can be a great way to support student learning when they're working independently or at a distance."


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Diferencias entre modelo, enfoque, método, metodología, estrategia y recurso

Diferencias entre modelo, enfoque, método, metodología, estrategia y recurso | Learning | Scoop.it
 
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Conceptos que siempre están presentes en nuestro trabajo diario. Saber la diferencia entre cada uno de ellos es obligatorio.
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¿Por qué aprendizaje personalizado?

¿Por qué aprendizaje personalizado? | Learning | Scoop.it

En gran parte del mundo, la educación todavía sigue un modelo industrial en el que los estudiantes entran en la cadena de montaje de la educación generalmente por razones de edad.


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Generación Z:  ¿Quiénes son y cómo capacitarlos?

Generación Z:  ¿Quiénes son y cómo capacitarlos? | Learning | Scoop.it

¿Cuáles son las características que definen a la generación Z? Conózcalos y póngalos en práctica en sus planes de capacitación eLearning.


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La enseñanza on-line

La enseñanza on-line | Learning | Scoop.it

La educación on-line, es una modalidad de la educación a distancia, que utiliza Internet con todas sus herramientas tecnológicas de la información y la comunicación para realizar el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Cuando se desarrolla mediante operaciones electrónicas y en las redes, se denomina educación en línea o e-learning, cuando está completamente virtualizada y  trabaja por medio de una plataforma: un espacio o portal creado específicamente para dicho fin, que contiene herramientas que apoyan el aprendizaje del alumno. Puede relacionarse en ocasiones con una enseñanza semipresencial, (blended learning).

 

Es una modalidad de la enseñanza a distancia pues el alumno no se encuentra presencialmente con el profesor, sino que busca sus propios lugares para conectarse, su casa, su lugar de trabajo, un ciber-café, una biblioteca... El profesor no está presente y en ese mismo momento  (síncronamente), sino que puede hacerse en cualquier tiempo, sin coincidir necesariamente con los otros alumno o con el profesor (asíncronamente).

 

Tiene en cuenta la importancia mediadora de los medios que utilizan la tecnología digital, y la convergencia de diferentes lenguajes, en un mundo globalizado económicamente, en el que hay conceptos, contenidos y estructuras que no pueden ser ajenas a la red, a la interacción, a la interculturalidad, al trasvase vertiginoso de la información, a estructuras no lineales y a la responsabilidad de los usuarios como productores de información.

 

Debe tener en cuenta, cuando participa de los principios de la educomunicación, de dirigir la mirada en los principales problemas del mundo: la participación de todas las personas, la defensa de los derechos humanos, la multiculturalidad, el medio ambiente, la paz, la libertad de expresión y de comunicación...


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9 Rules For Digital Citizenship

9 Rules For Digital Citizenship | Learning | Scoop.it
Are there ‘rules’ for digital citizenship? And how are the unique from non-digital, ‘local’ citizenship?

These are the questions the fine folks at ISTE tackled in the follow infographic that seeks to clarify ‘norms’ for citizenship in the digital age. We’ve offered a definition for digital citizenship in the past, and this graphic takes that idea and adds general advice for what this might look like in action. ISTE explains,

“Many of the hallmarks of any good citizen–from being respectful and responsible to doing what’s right–are key elements of digital citizenship as well. But students must learn how to apply these tried and true qualities to the realities of the digital age.” While some of the rules may be a bit over-general (7. A good citizen upholds basic human rights…) or curious in topic (6. A good citizen spends and manages money responsibly…), as practical examples of a vague idea, they work well.

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Visita Spreaker y crea un podcast

Visita Spreaker y crea un podcast | Learning | Scoop.it
Spreaker.com está aquí para ayudarte a crear tu propio podcast e descubrir nuevos contenidos. Somos tu solución para creare, distribuir, escuchar y mucho más!

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10 strategies to make learning feel more like a game

10 strategies to make learning feel more like a game | Learning | Scoop.it
We’ve talked about gamification quite a bit, which is different than game-based learning, if you’ll recall. (The definition of gamification is the application of game-like mechanics to non-game entities to encourage a specific behavior. You can read more if you’d like.)

Making your classroom work like a game may not be feasible. Terry Heick talked some about the idea in the past, but was talking specifically about video games, whereas many of the items below are inclined more to “games” in general. So we’ve decided to re-approach from another angle with more specific strategies instead of general suggestions.

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3 good tools for creating Rubrics

3 good tools for creating Rubrics | Learning | Scoop.it
A good rubric can help students understand what is expected of them and it can help teachers score students' assignments consistently. Over the years I've tried a variety of tools for crafting rubrics. The first ones I created were done by hand on a photocopied grid (late 90's at the University of Maine, Farmington) and in Word Perfect documents. These are the tools that I now recommend for generating rubrics.

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How to motivate Millennials: 7 tips for eLearning professionals

How to motivate Millennials: 7 tips for eLearning professionals | Learning | Scoop.it
Motivation is the core of effective eLearning for millennials. Even if none of the other puzzle pieces are present and they are distracted or busy with their everyday lives, motivation can drive millennials to succeed. As eLearning professionals, you must identify their sources of motivation and use them to develop engaging and immersive eLearning courses for your “digital native” audience.

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'Speaking to Students' with Audio Feedback in Online Courses

'Speaking to Students' with Audio Feedback in Online Courses | Learning | Scoop.it
I had one professor in grad school that provided audio feedback on our assignments, which I appreciated, and looked forward to very much even if it was not all positive. Not only did five minutes of feedback pack a lot of punch, but it felt personal, and I found myself putting extra effort into all assignments in his class.

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Sanford Arbogast's comment, November 3, 2015 7:46 AM
We had a faculty member doing this kind of feedback in 2002 with Camtasia and a a HP Compaq Tablet PC
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We had a faculty member doing this back in 2002 using an original HP Compaq Tablet PC and Camtasia

Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, November 3, 2015 12:13 PM

This can be useful in the f2f class as well. Voice Thread now has individual feedback capabilities. 

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How to design a 21st Century Assessment

How to design a 21st Century Assessment | Learning | Scoop.it
Contemporary curriculum design involves multiple facets: engaging 21st Century skills, using digital tools, collaborating with others around the globe, performance tasks, and more. Getting these design elements into a teacher’s current curriculum demands that teachers create professional habits around Replacement Thinking.

In my book Digital Learning Strategies, I describe four considerations for Replacement Thinking around assessments. In a nutshell, those considerations include:

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Sharon Berman's curator insight, October 29, 2015 2:50 PM

On the ball commentary.  The bigger issue is not what we need to be be doing in the classroom to prepare students for their lives in the 21st Century.  More the issue is how do we change teacher's practice and perceptions of their role in preparing students for THEIR futures?

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[PDF] From Individual Learning to Organizational Learning

[PDF] From Individual Learning to Organizational Learning | Learning | Scoop.it

In the last few years several theoretical models of organizational learning have been developed from the perspective of diverse disciplines. One of the most influential models is that of Crossan, Lane and White (1999), who believe that organizational learning occurs through four processes (intuiting, interpreting, integrating and institutionalizing) and in two ways: from the individual to the organization (feed forward) and from the organization to the individual (feedback). This model, however, attributes to intuiting (defined by the authors as “the preconscious recognition of the pattern and/or possibilities inherent in a personal stream of experience” p. 525) the whole explanation for individual learning, ignoring the influence of conscious learning processes. Zietsma, Winn, Branzei and Vertinsky (2002) introduce two modifications to the model: the process of attending and the process of experimenting. The value of their proposal lies in the recognition of the influence of a conscious process in learning, namely attention. Attending, however, is just one of the many processes that intervene in individual learning. Castaneda and Perez (2005) make a contribution to the original model of Crossan, Lane and White (1999) by redefining individual learning from the perspective of social cognitive theory as developed by Albert Bandura (1986). The result is an integration of human capabilities and learning sub-processes beyond mere intuition that excludes other cognitive processes and forms of conscious learning. Humans have the capacity for symbolization, forethought, learning through modeling, self-regulation and self-reflection. Individual conscious learning includes the process of attention; yet, at the same time (according to Bandura, 1986), it includes three other processes: retention, production and motivation. This paper presents an improvement proposal at the group level of the model, adding two conscious processes: conversation and social modeling. Finally, a case is described with examples of each of the new introduced processes, at the individual and group levels.


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Infographic: The Rise of Mobile Learning

Infographic: The Rise of Mobile Learning | Learning | Scoop.it

"47% of organizations are now using mobile devices for their online training needs."


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New Term for Me: "Responsive Design"
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Informe Horizon 2016: tendencias, retos y tecnologías para la educación superior

Informe Horizon 2016: tendencias, retos y tecnologías para la educación superior | Learning | Scoop.it

Las seis tendencias claves que marcarán el futuro de la Educación Superior han sido precisadas por un grupo de 58 expertos que formaron parte del Informe Horizon 2016. El mismo incluye hallazgos basados en encuestas realizadas sobre el futuro de la Tecnología Educativa. El resultado final consiste en la presentación de seis importantes desafíos y seis importantes desarrollos de la tecnología en el contexto educativo superior. 

 


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BYOD y Learning Analytics y Aprendizaje adaptativo (1 año)

Realidad virtual y Realidad aumentada y Makerspace (2-3 años)

Computación efectiva y Robótica (4-5 años)

 

Las  6 tendencias del Informe Horizon 2016 para la Euducación Superior comentadas por Antonio Delgado

Blanca Bernabé García's curator insight, February 6, 3:06 PM

Interesante resumen de los mayores desafíos para el próximo año... sol una observación yo creo que no traer la tecnología a la educación ni llevar la educación a la tecnología... seria suficiente decir utilizar la tecnología como una herramienta muy útil para enseñar como lo es también para escribir...

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Pensamiento Computacional: la generación post-millennials

Pensamiento Computacional: la generación post-millennials | Learning | Scoop.it

Pensamiento Computacional: la generación post-millennials vive en una constante crisis económica, entorno tecnificado y no concibe no estar conectada. En los centros educativos debemos ayudarlos a utilizar el Lenguaje y Pensamiento Computacional mediante el que dialogarán con las máquinas a través de un lenguaje formal, lógico y prediseñado para que puedan indicar a las máquinas lo que se espera de ellas.


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10 Great Critical Thinking Activities That Engage Your Students

10 Great Critical Thinking Activities That Engage Your Students | Learning | Scoop.it
Check out these 10 great ideas for critical thinking activities and see how you can use them with your own modern learners.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?tag=Critical-Thinking

 


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Check out these 10 great ideas for critical thinking activities and see how you can use them with your own modern learners.

 

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Check out these 10 great ideas for critical thinking activities and see how you can use them with your own modern learners.

 

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Arizona State University, Claire McLaughlin's curator insight, April 12, 8:34 AM
These critical thinking activities are rich in language opportunities. Those listed at the end of the article will look familiar to many teachers who teach content information through English.
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Adaptive Learning

Adaptive Learning | Learning | Scoop.it
Adaptive learning technology also has the ability to help teachers individualize learning for every student, regardless of their own personal strengths and challenges. When teachers have access to meaningful, actionable data that dynamically changes as a student learns, they can adapt and meet the needs of everyone in the classroom. Teachers understand that data is the key to help them reach their goals. In a Gates Foundation study, Teachers Know Best: Making Data Work, teachers told researchers that they want data, but in order for it to be useful for personalizing instruction, it needs to help assess, analyze, and pivot—all in a way that can keep up with the speed of teaching.

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Cognitive Load Theory: Making learning more effective

Cognitive Load Theory: Making learning more effective | Learning | Scoop.it
Cognitive Load Theory builds upon the widely accepted model of human information processing shown in Figure 1 (this was published by Richard Atkinson and Richard Shiffrin in 1968.)

It describes the process as having three main parts: sensory memory, working memory and long-term memory. Since then, many researchers have added to our understanding of this concept, but the basic model remains the same.

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4 personalization trends and 5 ways to design Personalized Learning Experiences  

4 personalization trends and 5 ways to design Personalized Learning Experiences   | Learning | Scoop.it
Learning should take place at the individual level. Today’s modern learners have a wide variety of different needs and it’s your job to personalize learning journeys to appeal to their individual requirements. In this article, I’ll look at some personalization trends and show you how to implement personalization in your own eLearning.

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mLearning: How to get started with Responsive Course Design

mLearning: How to get started with Responsive Course Design | Learning | Scoop.it
The world is going mobile. That means learners are using different sizes of devices to view online training content. To accommodate every size of smartphone and tablet for mLearning, you could multiply your course development time designing for each device size and then also testing, and tweaking, and testing each one again; or you could just design multi-device content.

How? Meet Responsive Course Design™ (or RCD for short), a feature in the cloud-based authoring tool Lectora® Online. RCD is your new favorite coworker, here to save the day when you need to create mLearning quickly.

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Guía Práctica de la Educación Digital

Guía Práctica de la Educación Digital | Learning | Scoop.it
Gracias a un equipo de investigadores de la Universidad de Valencia, formado por los profesores Cristóbal Suárez, Carmen Lloret-Catalá y Santiago Mengual, que ha contado con la colaboración de David Álvarez y el prólogo de Francecs Pedró, se ha diseñado una estrategia de trabajo que ha tenido como objetivo explorar y conocer la dinámica, los retos y las tendencias educativas que se derivan de la aplicación del proyecto “Samsung Smart School” en los distintos centros donde se han desarrollado en el curso 2014-2015. Desde esta evidencia, se han identificado las principales dificultades y se han planteado recomendaciones, con el objetivo de ayudar a los docentes a pensar educativamente con la tecnología y favorecer el proceso de aprendizaje en el aula.

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6 claves del Aprendizaje Online (1/6): Aprendizaje Estructurado

6 claves del Aprendizaje Online (1/6): Aprendizaje Estructurado | Learning | Scoop.it

La puesta en marcha de un proyecto de aprendizaje online, por pequeño que sea, tiene un número de implicaciones muy elevado que conviene considerar con detenimiento. A veces se quiere minimizar la complejidad que lleva consigo un curso de este tipo; pero nos parece que esa es una mala estrategia. La realidad es que cualquier proyecto de incorporación de las nuevas tecnologías en la educación supone un cambio cultural, esto es, un enfoque y un modo de trabajar distintos a los tradicionales. Un cambio de estas características se verá acompañado de manifestaciones de escepticismo, críticas y resistencia.

Los materiales de aprendizaje deben estar bien estructurados para proporcionar la secuencia de los recursos y las actividades que llevarán a los resultados de aprendizaje previstos.


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Desafíos de la Educación en el Siglo 21

Recursos para analizar y comprender los Desafíos Educativos del Siglo 21

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Personalización del Aprendizaje a través de tecnologías digitales

Personalización del Aprendizaje a través de tecnologías digitales | Learning | Scoop.it
El planteo conservador y uniforme que dice que, para aprender, un mismo modelo sirve para todos, no contempla un elemento imprescindible: la personalización. Las TIC y el e-learning permiten personalizar la enseñanza y transformar a los aprendices en protagonistas activos de su propio aprendizaje, propiciando la apropiación de la tecnología como herramienta cognitiva, social y de comunicación.

Los invitamos a descargar el trabajo que el equipo de Net-Learning presentó recientemente en las 3° Jornadas de TIC e Innovación en el aula, organizadas por la Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina). Esperamos que este documento sirva de apoyo a todos los educadores y profesionales que buscan replantear modelos pedagógicos actuales de modo que contemplen los intereses y particularidades de los aprendices, con el fin de desarrollar en cada uno de ellos su máximo potencial. El acceso al conocimiento y la construcción de saberes son los principales ejes sobre los que crecen las sociedades. La necesidad de un cambio hacia la personalización de la educación que permita libertad en el modo de aprender es, sin duda, indiscutible.

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