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Gamification: How we can improve K-12 Education

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In this article we investigate how we can improve K-12 education by adopting some principles that derive from gamification, the use of game mechanics.

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How Technology Helps (And Hinders) Education

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Use of technology in education is a somewhat problematic premise because it has generated a heated debate on whether it helps or hinders learning.

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9 Surprising Mobile Learning Facts

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"Mobile learning is hot right now, and it will only continue to gain in popularity – as evident by its growth in various sectors, such as in K-12 education."


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Martin Debattista's curator insight, December 27, 2013 12:35 AM

I am not surprised.

Beatriz Olivares's curator insight, February 24, 2014 11:50 PM

Sin duda, la tendencia hoy en día es el aprendizaje con apoyo de los móviles. En este texto se retratan 9 datos interesantes que pueden soportar la idea de dicha tendencia. De las cifras que se dan, las dos que me parecen básicas son: Para el 2017 se espera que las tablets se vendan más que las laptop. Se espera que un alto porcentaje de usuarios utilicen su móvil por motivos de estudio y trabajo.

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The Golden Moment - Designed For Learning

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"Is ignorance really bliss? An article in New Scientist back in the Summer (30 July) suggests that too much knowledge can be a bad thing."


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EDTECH@UTRGV's curator insight, December 24, 2013 9:33 AM

The challenge for teachers is how to keep all students working in the golden moment longer.