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18 Graduate Programs Embracing Game-Based Learning - Getting Smart by Guest Author - EdTech, game-based learning, games for learning, higher ed, serious games

18 Graduate Programs Embracing Game-Based Learning - Getting Smart by Guest Author - EdTech, game-based learning, games for learning, higher ed, serious games | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it

Thanks to an ever richer assortment of educational games, students at nearly all levels of schooling are getting the chance to learn while having fun, experimenting, and practicing essential skills through video games.


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Best Websites for Teaching Math: More Than 50 Resources!

Best Websites for Teaching Math: More Than 50 Resources! | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
This isn't just any list of the best websites for teaching math. It's the BIGGEST list of the best websites for teaching math. Bookmark it!
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¿Necesitan apoyos para aprender matemáticas, diferentes temas y niveles? Aquí hay una gran lista de recursos.
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7 Pillars of Storytelling :: FREE eBook :: Sparkol

7 Pillars of Storytelling :: FREE eBook :: Sparkol | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it

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"Audiences are tired of traditional marketing. Facts, figures and bold claims bore us. We switch off at aggressive adverts.

"But stories? We’re hardwired to see stories as a gift. Stories strike a chord with the listener. Stories get shared. Stories mean business.

"Any company that wants to reach and connect meaningfully with an audience needs to stop shouting and start telling their story.

"The Seven Pillars of Storytelling shows you how.

I"n these easy-to-follow chapters, explore the expert strategies that brand giants use to rise above the competition. Discover classic storytelling techniques, universal plots and archetypes that will amplify your message and appeal to your customers.

"Quickly learn to produce business stories that get to the heart of who you are. Show your team how to find and put together useful narratives that will influence, convince and inspire your audience.

"It’s time to tell your story."


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Situated Learning Theory (Lave)

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Summary: Situated Learning Theory posits that learning is unintentional and situated within authentic activity, context, and culture. Originator: Jean Lave Key Terms: Legitimate Peripheral Participation (LPP), Cognitive Apprenticeship Situated Learning Theory (Lave) In contrast with most classroom learning activities that involve abstract knowledge which is and out of context, Lave argues that learning is situated; that is, as it normally occurs, learning is embedded within activity, context and culture. It is also usually unintentional rather than deliberate. Lave and Wenger (1991) call this a process of "legitimate peripheral participation." Knowledge needs to be presented in authentic contexts -- settings and situations that would normally involve that knowledge. Social interaction and collaboration are essential components of situated learning -- learners become involved in a "community of practice" which embodies certain beliefs and behaviors to be acquired. As the beginner or novice moves from the periphery of a community to its center, he or she becomes more active and engaged within the culture and eventually assumes the role of an expert. Other researchers have further developed Situated Learning theory. Brown, Collins & Duguid (1989) emphasize the idea of cognitive apprenticeship: "Cognitive apprenticeship supports learning in a domain by enabling students to acquire, develop and use cognitive tools in authentic domain activity. Learning, both outside and inside school, advances through collaborative social interaction and the social construction of knowledge."

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"Situated Learning Theory posits that learning is unintentional and situated within authentic activity, context, and culture."
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The idea here is that learning happens in and out of school. The learning that occurs in school is taken outside and influences that learning, and vice-versa.

We have used the concept of Communities of Practice as a catch phrase. Vygotsky and Dewey were writing about similar concepts at the same time,
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7 tips para enseñar a buscar información en internet a tus estudiantes

7 tips para enseñar a buscar información en internet a tus estudiantes | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
blog sobre tecnologías educativas

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Tips que vale la pena conocer.
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Self Reflected - A First Look

"Self Reflected" is your brain perceiving itself. This is what consciousness looks like. Learn more: http://www.gregadunn.com/self-reflected/ Microetched…
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Newton Papers : Philosophiæ naturalis principia mathematica

Newton Papers : Philosophiæ naturalis principia mathematica | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it

On the Principia Mathematica


Newton's monumental Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, often shortened to Principia, was published in July 1687 and brought him international fame. In this three-part work, he lays out in mathematical terms his laws of motion and account of universal gravitation.

Although he was able to provide a convincing description of the effects of gravitation, Newton failed to provide a sufficient explanation for why gravity occurred, so he sought to address this and other concerns by preparing a further edition. We have digitised Newton's own copy of the first edition. It is interleaved with blank pages so he had sufficient space for annotations and corrections for his second edition, which he eventually published in 1713.

The book was severely damaged by fire and damp some time before it was given to the Library in 1872 as part of the Portsmouth collection.

A BBC Radio 4 'In Our Time' discussion of Newton's laws of motion can be listened to here


What are the novel ideas in the Principia Mathematica?

This item is also available in a free to download iPad app, with expert discussion from Professor Simon Schaffer and additional contextual materials.

This item is included in the Library’s 600th anniversary exhibition Lines of Thought: Discoveries that changed the world which runs until 30 September 2016.

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1686: en Inglaterra, Isaac Newton publica el primer volumen de los "Principia".
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Competencias Docentes

Competencias Docentes: Lo que se exige no es un nuevo programa de estudios, ni la inclusión de una nueva tecnología sino, más bien, una reestructuración del pr…
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Dr. Cristóbal Cobo Romaní: "e-Competencias Docentes"
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UEFA Europa League - UEFA Europa League statistics handbook - UEFA.com

UEFA Europa League - UEFA Europa League statistics handbook - UEFA.com | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
Covering everything from a season itinerary to key facts and figures and all-time records, the UEFA Europa League stats handbook is a truly comprehensive guide.
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Powers of Ten: The 1968 Documentary by Legendary Designers Ray and Charles Eames

Powers of Ten: The 1968 Documentary by Legendary Designers Ray and Charles Eames | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
In 1968, Ray and Charles Eames, the famous LA designers, produced the short film Powers of Ten.
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Inspirations: A Short Film Celebrating the Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher

Inspirations: A Short Film Celebrating the Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it

Almost two years ago, Spanish filmmaker Cristóbal Vila shot an exquisite little film, Nature by Numbers, which captured the ways in which mathematical concepts (Fibonacci Sequence, Golden Number, etc.) reveal themselves in nature.
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"Although Escher had no formal training in mathematics beyond secondary school, many mathematicians counted themselves as admirers of his work."
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Why Are Mathematicians So Bad at Arithmetic?

Why Are Mathematicians So Bad at Arithmetic? | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
18 x 93 is... hey, look over there!
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Tengo suficientes evidencias, recolectadas por mis estudiantes de todas las épocas, registradas en documentos oficiales, etc. Hasta los dependientes de los comercios y los cajeros de los bancos a los que acudo lo saben.
Mi padre mismo se rió de mí cuando dije que seguramente estudiaría contabilidad (a los 15 años).


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La hermosa matemática del coral (y el crochet) | En la red | Mujeres con ciencia

La hermosa matemática del coral (y el crochet) | En la red | Mujeres con ciencia | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
Margaret Wertheim es periodista científica. Lidera el proyecto The Crochet Coral Reef (Institute For Figuring) situado en la intersección entre las matemáticas, la biología marina, la artesanía y el arte comunitario. Este proyecto
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"Margaret Wertheim habla del proyecto –en el que han participado miles de personas– The Crochet Coral Reef, y que consiste en tejer un arrecife de coral."
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Is There Another 'You' Out There In A Parallel Universe?

Is There Another 'You' Out There In A Parallel Universe? | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
If physics conspires just right, there might be an infinite number of parallel Universes out there. But we need some help.
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"In other worlds, would it be possible that there’s a Universe out there where everything happened exactly as it did in this one, except you did one tiny thing different, and hence had your life turn out incredibly different as a result?"
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What is infinity and how do physicists make use of the concept?

What is infinity and how do physicists make use of the concept? | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
From World Science U, Science Unplugged provides hundreds of short video answers to a wide range of questions from "What is a Higgs Particle?" to "What happens to time near a black hole?"
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Ciencia, por científicos serios.
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The Map of Mathematics

The entire field of mathematics summarised in a single map! This shows how pure mathematics and applied mathematics relate to each other and all of th
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"La versión en video del mapa de las matemáticas", compartido por mi hijo.
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Mandelbrot and fractals: different ways of perceiving space - Aleph

Mandelbrot and fractals: different ways of perceiving space - Aleph | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
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"Clouds are not spheres, mountains are not cones, coastlines are not circles, and bark is not smooth, nor does lightning travel in a straight line,’ (Fractal Geometry of Nature, 1982)."
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A Good App and A Good Site for Learning About Endangered Animals

A Good App and A Good Site for Learning About Endangered Animals | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
WWF Together is a beautiful iPad app and Android app that features interactive stories about endangered animals around the world. Each of the interactive stories includes beautiful images and videos, facts about the animals and their habitats, and the threats to each of the animals. Some of the animals currently featured in the app are pandas, marine turtles, elephants, tigers, polar bears, bison, whales, gorillas, rhinos, and snow leopards.

In Pieces is a neat site that features the stories of 30 endangered animals around the world. Visit the site and you will be greeted by a little animation that comes together to form the shape of a whale. After the animation plays click through to see the stories of the 30 animals featured in the site. Each animal's story is told with text, images, and video. You'll learn about the threats to each animal, its native habit, and efforts to save each animal.

Applications for Education
After learning about the animals in the site and apps I might have students conduct their own research about endangered animals then put together visual reports about those animals. I would consider having students use Pic-Collage and Thinglink to make their own interactive displays about endangered animals. Tutorials for that process can be found here.

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¡Sí! Pueden proponer un problema (PBL/ABP) de matemáticas, en torno a esto. 
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The Fabric of the Cosmos with Brian Greene: Watch the Complete NOVA Series Online

The Fabric of the Cosmos with Brian Greene: Watch the Complete NOVA Series Online | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
Forget about inclined planes and pulleys. In this series from the PBS program NOVA, physics is presented as an exotic, mind-bending realm.
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Va de nuevo:  "Forget about inclined planes and pulleys. In this series from the PBS program NOVA, physics is presented as an exotic, mind-bending realm."
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28 caballos en 7 establos

Chiste Matemático de 28 caballos en 7 establos
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No es solamente diversión: ¿qué está escondido en cada procedimiento? 
El texto completo: http://www2.caminos.upm.es/…/vo…/cuen_mat_mat_para_todos.pdf

El video, me dicen, circula en WhatsApp.

Me enteré por Luis M. Iglesias @luismiglesias
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Math Education: Turning Into A Nutrition Course And Not A Love For Cooking

Math Education: Turning Into A Nutrition Course And Not A Love For Cooking | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
Mathematics is the only discipline that implies you must be at least good at it to perhaps enjoy it. I can’t play a musical instrument, unless you count my Recorder skills in Grade 6. But, my love…
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"Mathematics should be learned for pleasure. Instead its instructions read more like a nutrition course — you need x servings of financial math and y amounts of trigonometry."
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Why Zero Is So Ridiculously Important

Why Zero Is So Ridiculously Important | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
Zero is a strange beast. It took until the 7th century for it to be explicitly recognized as a number in its own right, when the ancient Indians developed a numerical system that expressed zero with its own symbol. Since the development of this number system, which we still use today, zero has been instrumental in our exploration of mathematics.  
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¡Es muy importante!
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Por si necesitan. ;)
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More than a Mausoleum: The Library at the Forefront of Digital Pedagogy | ACRLog

More than a Mausoleum: The Library at the Forefront of Digital Pedagogy | ACRLog | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
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"No longer are libraries cenotaphs of long dead books but a growing organism contributed, curated, and built by the members of the university community. A focus on digital pedagogy, allows librarians the flexibility to enter this new age of librarianship with a clearer idea of what we’d like the library to be 10, 15, or 20 years from now."

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The Best Mind Since Einstein - Richard Feynman Biography (PBS: NOVA - 1993) - YouTube

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Inspiring!
Feynman : The best mind since Einstein. 

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Happy Birthday, Mary Somerville: The Brilliant Woman for Whom the Word “Scientist” Was Coined

Happy Birthday, Mary Somerville: The Brilliant Woman for Whom the Word “Scientist” Was Coined | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
How a Scottish polymath forever changed the course of gender in science and made a high art of connecting the seemingly disconnected.
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"The very word “scientist” didn’t always have the overwhelmingly male connotations it has had in recent history. In fact, it was a coined for a woman — the Victorian polymath Mary Somerville (December 26, 1780–November 28, 1872), who had tutored pioneering computer programmer Ada Lovelace and later introduced her to Charles Babbage, thus sparking their legendary collaboration on the world’s first computer."
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Ritmomaquia: el juego para aprender matemáticas que tiene 1.000 años

Ritmomaquia: el juego para aprender matemáticas que tiene 1.000 años | Math, technology and learning | Scoop.it
Compitió en popularidad en su día con el ajedrez.
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"El problema principal de este juego es que no se estandarizó, no había reglas fijas y hoy en día hay numerosas variantes. Aunque su gran popularidad a partir del siglo XI llevó a que se escribieran varios tratados sobre el “juego de los filósofos” que era otro de los nombres que recibía."
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