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How to Succeed on LinkedIn

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Here is the blueprint for succeeding on LinkedIn laid out in simple to understand infographics.


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150 herramientas gratuitas para crear materiales didácticos on line

150 herramientas gratuitas para crear materiales didácticos on line | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
más de 150 herramientas gratuitas para crear materiales didácticos on line
Generadores de cuadernos, libros y publicaciones digitales

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Via Raúl, Francisca Manchado Pérez, Mila Solà Marqués, Juergen Wagner
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Manuel García Ibañez's curator insight, June 26, 7:06 AM

Para quienes quieran utilizar a parte del libro de texto otras herramientas

Salon de tecnologia's curator insight, July 6, 5:43 PM

Y vss a seguir, claro que si disfrutalo

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De voz a texto con Dragon Dictation y otras apps

De voz a texto con Dragon Dictation y otras apps | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
Cada vez hay más dispositivos en el mercado que pueden activarse por medio de la voz.

Efectivamente, las técnicas de reconocimiento de voz han tenido un avance significativo desde los 90, cuando dictábamos palabra por palabra usando, por ejemplo, Voice Type Simply Speaking de IBM. Además, los micrófonos actuales son mejores y más sensibles. Ello posibilita prescindir de teclados u otros sistemas de entrada y es clave para que personas con discapacidad visual o motora puedan usar tecnología.

Via Gumersindo Fernández, Javier Sánchez Bolado
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The Neuroscience Behind Stress and Learning

The Neuroscience Behind Stress and Learning | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

The highest-level executive thinking, making connections, and "aha" moments of insight and creative innovation are more likely to occur in an atmosphere of what Alfie Kohn calls exuberant discovery, where students of all ages retain that kindergarten enthusiasm of embracing each day with the joy of learning.


Via Nik Peachey, David Hain
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LSE Learning Technology and Innovation's curator insight, August 1, 8:49 AM

Learning that is rewarding is also learning that's more effective. The challenge lies in producing engaging pedagogies which promote discovery and the joys of learning; something that can be quite challenging in an increasingly metrics driven sector

Imanol Oquiñena's curator insight, August 10, 4:22 AM

The highest-level executive thinking, making connections, and "aha" moments of insight and creative innovation are more likely to occur in an atmosphere of what Alfie Kohn calls exuberant discovery, where students of all ages retain that kindergarten enthusiasm of embracing each day with the joy of learning


If students are stressed out, the information cannot get in.


The factors that have been found to affect this comfort level such as self-confidence, trust and positive feelings for teachers, and supportive classroom and school communities are directly related to the state of mind compatible with the most successful learning, remembering, and higher-order thinking



David Hain's curator insight, October 29, 5:08 AM

Well worth knowing about for everyone interested in learning mechanisms.

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Storytelling Neuroscience -- Rethinking Training + Online Courses

Storytelling Neuroscience -- Rethinking Training + Online Courses | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
How can the neuroscience of storytelling help you create online courses?

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, October 28, 4:20 PM

This article by Ahmed Mori of SchoolKeep is written for educators but applies to anyone in business doing training or delivering online courses. There are great points made here about:

  • your brain on stories
  • tips to take advantage of storytelling
  • and a few cautionary thoughts


Here is what I like about the post:

  1. There is a clear research example given confirming that storytelling process both sensory parts of the brain while concurrently stimulating language processing areas.
  2. That stories do more than inform or entertain -- they stimulate critical thinking skills, capture non-linear situation complexities, and construct new knowledge.
  3. There is such a thing as bad storytelling.
  4. That the "storytelling" of marketing is a misnomer


The only point I take exception to is a quote by author Christian Salmon of Storytelling: Bewitching the Modern Mind, who says that "stories are moving away from being spontaneous cultural practices to methods of manipulation citing examples like George W. Bush, Steve Jobs,..." 


Oh please. Manipulation with stories has been going on for 100,000 years. Think the Crusades, the European witch hunts, the Holocaust, etc. But also think of Winston Churchill, Gandhi, and Christ. That's why we need to get really smart about storytelling -- both as storytellers and listeners.


And storytelling remains just as spontaneous as it ever was, thank you very much!


OK -- off to my accountant's office. While I'm gone, go read this really good article and I'll post my next article + review tomorrow.


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

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Wideo, WeVideo, and Magisto - Three Good Tools for Creating Videos Online

Wideo, WeVideo, and Magisto - Three Good Tools for Creating Videos Online | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
This morning I received an email from a reader who was looking for a video creation tool that offers project themes like those that you can find in iMovie. Here are three nice online video creation tools that I frequently recommend to teachers. All three of these tools have themes and or templates that you can apply to your videos.

Via Gumersindo Fernández, Javier Sánchez Bolado
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Auderio : un nouveau service en ligne pour convertir les vidéos de Youtube en MP3

Auderio : un nouveau service en ligne pour convertir les vidéos de Youtube en MP3 | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
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Google announces Inbox, a brand new way to do email | Google Gooru

Google announces Inbox, a brand new way to do email | Google Gooru | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

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Chris Carter's curator insight, October 27, 8:16 PM

E-Mazing!

Chris Carter's comment, October 28, 8:31 PM
Luciana, thank you for sharing this useful article. More often now than in the past, I think we need to better exploit the tools that we are already using rather than jump to "the next big thing."
Luciana Viter's comment, October 29, 5:23 AM
You're welcome, Chris, I agree with you!
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How to Get a Free Domain Name in 60 Seconds

How to Get a Free Domain Name in 60 Seconds | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
Want to register a domain name for free without having adverts on your site, or your data sold? Find out how to get a free domain name in under 60 seconds.

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Creative Commons from a Student's Perspective | Edudemic

Creative Commons from a Student's Perspective | Edudemic | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

As a student, I’d have to say that one of the most annoying tasks when writing an assignment, whether a blog, a report or an essay would have to be citing sources. It’s not like I don’t feel that authors deserve credit for their work or that I’m too lazy to cite something. It’s the fact that teachers request that information be cited in a certain way. Sadly however, the “way” continually changes and differs. Within this article, I hope to describe my challenges with citing my sources and also develop my thoughts, as a student and blogger, on not only the new “Creative Commons” style of citing images, but also where I believe citations need improvement.


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Pippa Davies @PippaDavies 's curator insight, October 28, 11:23 AM

Creative commons from the student perspective.  I agree with this student!

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Marketing: Guía del Marketing Online

Marketing: Guía del Marketing Online | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
Básicamente es un plan de acción de 6 meses pasando por las 8 herramientas básicas del Online Marketing.

Cada mes se desarrollan las acciones más importantes de cada disciplina, aumentando la complejidad a medida que avanza el tiempo. Las acciones más complejas no se inician hasta pasados los primeros meses.

Aunque no creo que la guía sea tan milagrosa como la anuncia, sí es un buen punto de partida para familiarizarnos con términos del marketing online y saber dónde ubicarlos y por dónde empezar.

Plan de acción de 6 meses

Mes 1. Configurar las etapas de tu plan de Marketing Online
Mes 2. Diseñar, construir, crecer y comunicar
Mes 3. Un acercamiento optimizado al Marketing
Mes 4. Adquirir, medir, valorar y atraer
Mes 5. Networking, construir enlaces entrantes (Linkbuilding) y empezar a testear
Mes 6. Feedback, Segmentación, concursos y Linkbait
Acciones en cada una de las 8 herramientas del Marketing Online

1. Social Media Marketing (SMM)



El Social Media Marketing consiste en generar tráfico hacia la página web, atención o reconocimiento de la marca a través de las redes sociales. Las acciones en este campo son innumerables, pero las imprescindibles al empezar toda estrategia de Marketing Online son:

Mes 1

Crear y definir tu marca en las principales redes sociales. Debes crear una marca única y ser accesible a quien te quiera encontrar: Twitter.com/tumarca; LinkedIn/tumarca; Facebookcom/tumarca…
Configurar tu cuenta de Twitter. Puedes echar un vistazo a los ‘12 trucos para sacarla partido a Twitter‘ que comenté en un post anterior.
Definir tu estilo. ¿Eres creador, curador o parlanchín?
- Creador: El que comparte contenido que él mismo ha escrito. Es una buena forma de llegar a convertirte en un líder de opinión en tu nicho.
– Curador: El que filtra, sintetiza y luego comparte el contenido que ve, convirtiéndose en una fuente de recursos muy valorada por sus seguidores que acudirán a él para encontrar información recomendada.
– Parlanchín: El que se dedica a conversar (comentando desde donde está hasta lo que ha tomado para desayunar, y comentando lo que hacen los demás). Este estilo no suele funcionar de primeras, a no ser que seas una celebrity. Lo mejor es el término medio. Tener algunas conversaciones con tus seguidores e incluir aspectos personales para que tu cuenta se vea humana e interesante, pero sin saturar.

Mes 2

Ganar seguidores en Twitter
Mes 3

Programar tus tweets. Para optimizar tu tiempo y no desaprovechar los mejores momentos para difundir tu mensaje en las redes sociales. Puedes utilizar herramientas como Hootsuite o Tweetdeck.
Mes 4

Crear una página de fans en Facebook para ganar conversión. Puedes tomar nota de los ‘12 trucos y recursos para crear una buna página de Facebook’ que comenté en otro post.
Conectar tu blog a Facebook
Ganar fans de Facebook
Mes 5

Empezar a hacer networking a través de LinkedIn
Mes 6

Mantener conversaciones. Ya sabemos que las redes sociales no consisten en que tú lanzas mensajes y los demás los leen, sino en tener interacciones y conversar.
Crear páginas de concursos y contenido viral en redes sociales
2. Email Marketing

 El Email Marketing es una de las herramientas más difíciles porque una vez que envías el correo ya no hay manera alguna de hacerlo volver.

Lo más importante en el Email Marketing es tener en cuenta que las llamadas ‘campañas de goteo’ suelen funcionar mejor que el bombardeo de emails para que tu audiencia se vuelva activa y comprometida, y no se sature y te odie.

Mes 1

Elegir un proveedor de emails. Mail Chimp  el más popular, por ser efectivo y fácil de utilizar
Diseñar una plantilla para tus emails corporativos. En la web campaignmonitor.com tienes algunos ejemplos y puedes crear una plantilla rápida y eficaz.
Mes 2

Crear una campaña de goteo para empezar a adquirir y retener a tu público objetivo
Mes 3

Segmentar a tu público y crear listas de correo
Mes 5

Hacer test A/B. Muchos proveedores como Mail Chimp permiten hacer pruebas para ir conociendo el impacto de los emails que envías. Por ejemplo puedes conocer con cuál ‘Asunto’, qué día de la semana y en qué momento del día tienes más tasa de apertura.
3. Generación de leads

 ¿Qué pasa si no puedes hacer Email Marketing porque aún no tienes ningún correo electrónico de tu público objetivo o cliente potencial a quién enviar tu información?

Pregunta muy obvia, y ahí es donde entra en juego la Generación de leads (los leads son los clientes potenciales identificados por medio de un nombre, teléfono o correo electrónico).

La generación de leads es el proceso por el cual se encuentran a estos clientes potenciales que suponen oportunidades de negocio.

Las fórmulas para generar leads pueden ser pagadas, pero si quieres hacerlo de forma natural algunas ideas van desde simplemente pedir que sigan tu web por email hasta crear un ebook  con tus contenidos y enviarlo a quienes te proporcionen su dirección.

Otros métodos comentados por Oli Gardner son:

Mes 1

Crear una cuenta de Feedburner.com para capturar y rastrear los lectores RSS
Crear una página de ‘vuelve pronto’ para mejorar la conversión. (Se puede crear desde plataformas como launchrock.co)
Mes 3

Dedicar un tiempo a iniciar debates o responder comentarios en los grupos de LinkedIn, donde puedes interactuar con personas segmentadas por gustos o aficiones. En este post de Factoría de clientes se explica Cómo hacer Lead Generation en Linkedin.
Mes 4

Dar algo a cambio de los datos de posibles clientes. El ebook que escribiste, la suscripción a un seminario online, un informe o estudio comparativo, etc.
4. SEO – Posicionamiento orgánico

El SEO (Search Engine Optimization) es posiblemente la asignatura más complicada para los principiantes, por eso es importante conocer algunos pasos básicos para empezar.

Mes 1

Configurar la herramienta Google Webmaster Tools (para lo que necesitas una cuenta de Gmail)
 Investigar y definir las principales palabras clave por las que quiero que me encuentren en los buscadores de forma orgánica (no pagada)
Mes 2

Diseñar el blog para facilitar esa búsqueda. Por ejemplo, definiendo las ‘categorías’ del blog con palabras clave
Mes 5

Hacer linkbuilding. Conseguir que otras webs enlacen tu web de forma que obtengas más relevancia en los buscadores. El Linkbuilding puede dar peso tanto a tu marca como a las palabras clave a las que quieres asociarla. Por ejemplo, si alguien en su blog escribe:
Imprescindible artículo sobre marketing online publicado en Dircomtomia

Imprescindible artículo sobre marketing online publicado en Dircomtomia

5. Optimización de la conversión (CRO)

El CRO (Conversion Optimization Rate) es otro de los términos complejos del marketing online. Básicamente son las técnicas para aumentar el número de conversiones, es decir, el número de visitantes que se convierten en clientes.

Las técnicas se centran en optimizar las landing page o ‘páginas de aterrizaje’ que son las páginas a las que el usuario llega después de hacer click en algún banner o anuncio que hayas colocado.

Algunas acciones básicas sobre CRO y landing page son:

Mes 3

Definir un único propósito y un único Call To Action en cada landing page. Cuando el usuario aterrice en la página ofrécele una única propuesta, oferta o producto. Focalizar la atención de los visitantes en una sola idea es imprescindible para que no se distraigan y lleven a cabo la acción o acciones que queremos que hagan (comprar, registrarse…)
Mes 4

 Testear tus páginas con la ayuda de un cuadro de mando (Oli Gardner propone este test online y después de hacerlo se pueden saber los fallos y las formas de optimizar la página de aterrizaje.
Mes 5

Hacer el ‘Test de los 5 segundos’. Este test se basa en la teoría de que la mayoría de los internautas solamente esperan una media de 5 segundos antes de decidir si se quedan o abandonan un sitio web. Aunque existen webs como fivesecondtest.com que hacen esta prueba automáticamente, la versión natural de este test consiste en encontrar a un conejillo de indias (alguien de tu target pero que nunca antes haya visto tu web) y lanzarle la página durante 5-10 segundos. Pasado ese tiempo pregúntale de qué iba tu página y con qué elementos se ha quedado. ¿Saldrá el resultado que esperas?
Mes 6

Utilizar herramientas de feedback. Para conocer la opinión de los usuarios, lo puedes hacer desde los comentarios o chats, hasta todo tipo de encuestas.
6. Analítica

En análisis de resultados suele ser la parte más aburrida y liosa del marketing online (más incluso que el CRO), pero las acciones imprescindibles se pueden resumir en conocer a fondo la herramienta Google Analytics.

¿Qué hacer?

Mes 1

Crear una cuenta de Google Analytics 
 Establecer objetivos de conversión. Es decir, las acciones que quieres que tus visitantes realicen una vez llegan a tu web. Pueden ser: Abrirse una cuenta, suscribirse a tu newsletter o RSS, descargarse archivos, etc.
Anotar los hitos importantes en Google Analytics. Sobre todo los picos de tráfico y los motivos por los que se producen (un gran post, una mención, un link en otra web o blog, etc.) de forma que más adelante puedas recordar y analizar qué fue lo que atrajo más tráfico a tu web, cuándo y por qué.
Mes 2

Añadir informes personalizados en tu panel de Google Analytics
Mes 4

Descubrir las áreas de bajo rendimiento de tu sitio web. (Tasas de abandono, de rebote, de conversión y puntos de embudo).
7. Marketing de contenido

El contenido ya no es el rey, sino más bien el emperador. El contenido es el inicio, el medio y el final de una buena historia de Marketing Online. El marketing de contenido es un mundo abierto de posibilidades, ¿por dónde empezar?

Mes 1

Comenzar un blog corporativo donde ofrecer tu conocimiento de forma gratuita
Compartir el contenido en tus redes sociales
Utilizar plataformas de promocionar contenido. Gardner recomienda delicious, aunque para público en español son más populares algunas como menéame o mktfan.
Mes 2

Establecer un calendario de publicaciones
Mes 3

Crear un ebook con tu contenido
Mes 4

Escribir posts como invitado en otros blogs
Mes 5

Escribir sobre otros para construir relaciones. (Siempre menciona a los autores y enlaza las fuentes cuando escribas
Mes 6

Crear infografías y contenido más visual
8. Marketing de búsquedas pagadas (Pay per click o PPC)

El PPC es la forma más rápida de conseguir tráfico inmediato al sitio web. Sin embargo, es difícil hacerlo bien, por lo que Gardner recomienda no hacerlo hasta el tercer mes de su plan de acción.

Lo principal es conocer la herramienta Google Adwords y

Mes 3

 Crear una cuenta de Google AdWords
 Enviar tráfico hacia las páginas de destino (landing pages) y no hacia la homepage. Es decir, si tengo una web de viajes y coloco un banner anunciando una oferta de un crucero, ese anuncio debe dirigir a la oferta en cuestión y no a la página principal.
Mes 4

Tener una landing page por grupo de anuncios.  Es decir, si ofrezco varios productos o tengo varias promociones a la vez, debo diseñar anuncios específicos para cada uno, siempre bajo la máxima ‘Una propuesta, una acción’.
Mes 6

Obtener ayuda de un experto en PPC. Es la solución última para completar tu estrategia si te has quedado estancado en alguno de los niveles.
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Si te ha gustado te animo a compartirlo

Saludos de Luna M. Moreno @lunammoreno :)

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Free Online Karaoke

Free Online Karaoke | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

This is a great tool which matches up YouTube music videos to lyrics. Just enter the name of a singer you like then select a song. You'll see the lyrics appear beside the song. Great way to improve your language skills.


Via Nik Peachey, Gust MEES, Régine Ballonad-Berthois, Michèle Drechsler, Rui Guimarães Lima, Juergen Wagner
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malek's comment, May 3, 2013 10:39 AM
Out of service for now
Ana Sclerandi's comment, May 3, 2013 11:16 AM
I've just searched for a couple of songs and artists and worked out for me.
Ness Crouch's curator insight, May 14, 2013 4:29 PM

Lol! just for fun!

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Daily 18-Minute Social Media Plan For Small Businesses by @OlsySpeak

Daily 18-Minute Social Media Plan For Small Businesses by @OlsySpeak | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
At first, spending under half an hour on managing social media may sound like a tall order, especially considering that an average user spends approximately 3 hours on social media per day. Before you commit to the new schedule, analyze your current one: which social media network do you visit first? Do you go through the same steps for each network every time, or prioritize your actions on the spot?

Another important consideration before you create your speedy social media management plan is what social networks your business needs to be on. Time equals money, especially for a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel. In the sample plan, we will go over the 5 major networks—Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, and Instagram—and steps you can follow with each one.

Instead of dividing your plan by network, we’ve divided it by blocks dedicated to an important social business activity. You may go over the 18-minute mark in the first few tries as you adjust to the new rhythm; but once you familiarize yourself with the routine, you will never waste a minute on extraneous social media activity again. Become a social media management rockstar with this 18-minute-a-day social media plan for small businesses.

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Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, October 25, 2:44 PM

This article by Olsy Sorokina @HootSuite shares many great tips to help you with your lean content strategy and save you time with social media.


Using the combination of content curation power of Scoop.it and the social networking power of Hootsuite you can move from sharing to engagement and lead generation with a few easy steps. 


Already have HootSuite account you can integrate Scoop.it within the HootSuite App Directory


Don't know what to share here is a tip from the article.


On Facebook, choose storytelling, visually rich messaging. Limit your posts to 1-2 a day.
On Twitter, if you schedule Tweets, make sure to space them out, to avoid being perceived as “spamming” your audience. Include Tweets with different formats—photo, video, different placement of the links—to test which ones perform best. If you are sharing content from an external source, include the appropriate hashtags and @mentions.
On LinkedIn, share content with a more serious tone, oriented to a professional audience, through LinkedIn’s publishing platform.
On Google+, share any news from your business, as well as external content relevant to your business, your field, or may otherwise be interesting to people in your Circles.
On Instagram, plan photo content to complement social media messaging on your other, less visual channels. If you have a campaign or a product release coming up, schedule a photo to spread awareness among a bigger audience. Instagram also presents a great opportunity to give your customers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at your business and the people who run it.



Denise Gabbard's curator insight, October 25, 7:51 PM

So many social networks-- so little time-- some good tips to lessen the time commitment but still get effective results. 

Rhonda White's curator insight, October 26, 9:10 AM

A good reason to determine which social media networks are best for your business:

 

"Time equals money, especially for a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel."

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Evernote: dicas para aprimorar o uso do app e deixar você mais produtivo

Evernote: dicas para aprimorar o uso do app e deixar você mais produtivo | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
O Evernote é uma das ferramentas de sincronização de anotações mais versáteis existentes no mercado e há diversas maneiras de utilizar este software para aprimorar sua produtividade. Conheça algumas delas.

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Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, & Learning Science

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, & Learning Science | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
By Abbie Brown | Abbie Brown created a magazine on Flipboard. “Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, & Learning Science” is available with thousands of other magazines and all the news you care about. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Abbie Brown”.

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12 ways to use your older iPad

12 ways to use your older iPad | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

If you're among the millions planning to upgrade to a new iPad, then what can you do with your older Apple tablet? Here's some cool suggestions.


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Evermeeting - Graba audio de forma ilimitada en la nube, lo transcribe y lo adjunta un documento

Record, share and keep all your information safe on the cloud. Evermeeting: Do it simple. Do it together

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22 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes From October 2014

22 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes From October 2014 | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
Although I like the nightlife, I wouldn't say I want the nights to get longer. I enjoy a long day's - well - daylight. With autumn having undoubtedly arriv

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How to make a teacher using Moodle happy, again | Moodle - PHP - MYSQL - APACHE

Help them. Help them by looking at their course while they are developing it and provide resources to help them build a really good course with good content and activities.

"Hey teacher, did you know you could use this activity for that...." or

"Hey teacher, that looks great, loved the content, did you know you can add .....".

Also - when the course is *done, back it up for them. Tell the teacher that you have created a new master from their updates and will use it for future deployments. This motivates the teacher too!

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What’s Going on Inside the Brain Of A Curious Child?

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New research suggests that curiosity triggers chemical changes in the brain that help students better understand and retain information.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, October 27, 8:42 PM

It seems that most days you can find an article that discusses new findings about how the brain works...and many of these finding my be important to educators. This post looks at how curiousity may trigger chemical changes in the brain, specifically "the parts of their brains that regulate pleasure and reward" as well increased activity in the hippocampus, which plays a role in the creation of memories.

As a teacher I ask myself how can we get our students to ask questions? How can we ask our students to be curious (something that may be declining as standardized testing is pushed)?
This post may raise more questions than it answers for you, but it is well worth the time to read it and to consider how you might increase curiosity in your classroom. Who knows, you may find yourself very pleased with the results!

Aurore A.N Beaini's comment, October 28, 10:26 AM
http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2013/04/how-to-stimulate-curiosity/
Aurore A.N Beaini's comment, October 28, 10:28 AM
I think your post is very interesting for children anyway, it's also useful for mothers
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Is “Hard” The Goal of Good Learning? | Ideas and Thoughts

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Let’s Talk About Student Engagement | Oakland Schools Literacy

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Last week, teacher blogger Marcia Bonds explored the idea of engaging her students through developing a learner identity, an identity that she too needs to have and models daily with her students. As I read Marcia’s blog, I couldn’t help recalling how many times over the past two months I’ve heard the topic of “engagement” raised.

Engagement–what does it mean? How do we foster engagement in our classrooms? Like Marcia, I see learner identity as a key part of engaging learners. The idea of mindset playing a role in how a learner engages is well researched. But I’m also encountering more conversations about engagement via digital tools. The use of social media tools in the classroom, such as Twitter, Facebook, blogs, Instagram, or Vine, continues to be debated as a possible way to re-engage students. I can’t help but wonder: could there be a relationship between learner identity and digital tools in the classroom?


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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, October 25, 12:06 PM

What does it mean?  How do we foster it?

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10 Free Scripts to Create Your Own Url Shortening Service

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“ Since the popularity of Twitter started to rise and the 140 characters mania began, there has been an outburst of Url shortening services which allow you to sqeeze a long url in the given...


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[VIDEO] Rúbrica de Evaluación

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Vídeo que describe lo que es una Rúbrica de Evaluación, las cuatro etapas básicas para su diseño y la estructuración del instrumento con todos los criterios requeridos para evaluar la experiencia de aprendizaje.

 


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Driplr, la app que gestiona inteligentemente tu timeline de Twitter

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¿Te siente agobiado cuando vas a leer Twitter?, no te preocupes hoy tenemos una buena aplicación llamada Driplr.

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7 Trends in education that will disrupt our work as teachers

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From our analysis of education in New Zealand and internationally, as well as from other sources including technological innovation, silicon valley ed-tech and other startups, we see the following ...

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, October 25, 5:29 PM

We do not provide education. We provide Schools where some learning and education might happen. It is sad when neo-liberal economic and political agendas are the driving forces behind School.

 

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