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Open Access Explained!

What is open access? Nick Shockey and Jonathan Eisen take us through the world of open access publishing and explain just what it's all about. Make sure to w...
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VIDEOJUEGOS EN EDUCACIÓN - Magazine INED21

VIDEOJUEGOS EN EDUCACIÓN - Magazine INED21 | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
¿Por qué utilizar videojuegos en educación? ¿Cómo utilizar los videojuegos en educación?
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The Results are In: #CreateaPLN 30 Day Challenge

The Results are In: #CreateaPLN 30 Day Challenge | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
By Sarah McKinney Welcome back! It’s good to see you here at Saints IgnitED. From August 2013 to April 2014, we ran three iterations of the #CreateaPLN 30 Day Challenge. The goal of the challenge w...
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cómo transformar un blog en un Portafolio de aprendizaje

cómo transformar un blog en un Portafolio de aprendizaje | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
Sites y blogs que se convierten en Bibliotecas y Portfolios para revolucionar el proceso de enseñanza y aprendizaje. Ésta es la experiencia de Óscar Boluda y
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Los dispositivos móviles en educación: ¡una tendencia en aumento

Los dispositivos móviles en educación: ¡una tendencia en aumento | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
Durante 2014 hemos estado recogiendo información sobre el uso de las tablets y los smartphones para acceder a recursos educativos en España y Latinoamérica, y hemos podido darnos cuenta de que están pasando cosas muy interesantes.
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Libro recomendado: Desafíos de las TIC para el Cambio Educativo

Libro recomendado: Desafíos de las TIC para el Cambio Educativo | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it

Libro Recomendado: Desafíos de las TIC para el Cambio Educativo. Se Puede descargar.


Via Angel Pio Gonzalez Soto, Silvan Pan Morel, Ifigenia Requena Negrón
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Guía para educadores: Estándares de competencia para el pensamiento crítico

Guía para educadores: Estándares de competencia para el pensamiento crítico | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
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La Evaluación en la Educación Actual.: CONSTRUCCIÓN DE MATRICES DE VALORACIÓN O RÚBRICAS ANALÍTICAS Y HOLÍSTICAS.

La Evaluación en la Educación Actual.: CONSTRUCCIÓN DE MATRICES DE VALORACIÓN O RÚBRICAS ANALÍTICAS Y HOLÍSTICAS. | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it

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Do You Know How Successful Your eLearning Program Really Is?

Do You Know How Successful Your eLearning Program Really Is? | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
Do you know if your eLearning and training efforts are worthwhile? Start measuring their effectiveness NOW.
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elearn Magazine: Data Analytics and Predictive Modeling

elearn Magazine: Data Analytics and Predictive Modeling | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
The growth of online learning mandates that institutions evaluate instructional effectiveness to ensure students receive a high-quality educational experience. While a number of rubrics exist to benchmark best practices in online teaching, advances in learning management technology are expanding opportunities for utilizing data analytics to effectively and efficiently monitor instructional quality. At present, learning management systems can track logins, activity patterns and time-on-task, but
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Moodle y Office 365 combinan sus funciones en la nueva iniciativa de Microsoft

Moodle y Office 365 combinan sus funciones en la nueva iniciativa de Microsoft | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
Microsoft Open Technologies (MS Open Tech),subsidiaria de Microsoft que trabaja en proyectos open source, anunció una nueva iniciativa integrando Moodle y Office 365.
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Javier Tourón: 10 tendencias para personalizar el aprendizaje en 2015 (4/4) #Educación

Javier Tourón: 10 tendencias para personalizar el aprendizaje en 2015 (4/4) #Educación | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it

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Who's in Control? Minimalism in the Modern Learning Classroom

Who's in Control? Minimalism in the Modern Learning Classroom | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
couple of years ago my 10th Grade advisees asked my help in conveying to the rest of the faculty how overwhelming their technology demands were becoming. Just in terms of note-taking, for me and my partner teacher they were required to use Evernote, for another teacher they were expected to use Google Drive, in another class they were asked to use Dropbox and in another—with a more traditional teacher—they were tasked with organizing a three-ring binder. (With real paper!)

And this was a just the tip of the iceberg. In addition to the school’s homegrown website, all students were required to use Jupitergrades (link is external) and either Edmodo (link is external) (6-10) or Managebac (link is external) (11-12) even before adding on the requirements of individual teachers. The situation created not only a chaotic and confusing online environment for the kids, it fostered negative attitudes toward technological innovations that were meant to ease their burden, not increase it.

This prompted my partner (the schools’ Instructional Technology Coordinator) and I to reflect on our practice with the goal of reducing the burden on our students, our teachers and us. We reviewed the professional development schedule for the previous eighteen months, and we realized that almost two-thirds of the training was devoted to new apps and technologies, while none was devoted to follow-up or reflection sessions on the technology already in use. Furthermore, many of our other sessions were spent on exchange-based meetings like “Appy Hours (link is external)” and unconferences (link is external) intended to get teachers teaching teachers how to use even more apps than could be introduced in a traditional PD setting.

Unwittingly, between our enthusiasm and anxiety—and what we witnessed whiz by in our Twitter feeds—we had created a culture of accumulation: our teachers believed that more was better, that everyone else out there had more, and that we had to catch up! –We had become app-a-holics.

Therefore, the two of us challenged each other to narrow down our technology use to no more than seven applications or key software items (not including basic word processing and school mandated technology). This rule held both for our students AND ourselves.

We established a set of five parameters for the applications we were allowed to adopt:

Relevance. All chosen apps must pertain directly to class goals. No bells and whistles for the heck of it.
Not redundant. (I.e., if you require iAnnotate (link is external), you can’t also choose Notability (link is external).)
Flexibility. Whenever possible, apps must be cross-platform and cross-device. (I.e., work on both Mac and Windows; on desktops, tablets and mobile phones, etc.)
Authentically useful. We use Evernote, Dropbox and Twitter in our daily lives and careers for both personal and professional purposes. Why ask our students to use apps that are useless outside the school environment?
Longevity. Too many apps are here today, gone tomorrow. We only want apps that are going to at least span the course of a student’s high school, and ideally, college career.

After devising this set of rules, I sat to reflect on our essential needs and came up with this final list for all my high school social studies classes:

Google Apps (link is external) –A bit of a cheat here as Google Apps offers so much. But because the platform makes it easy for students and teachers to move from one application to the other without burdensome new learning, we allowed it. We also teach of all our students how to use Google Sites, but allow them to use other site creators and media platform of their choosing. Their favorites are Wordpress (link is external), Wix (link is external), Cargo Collective (link is external) & Tumblr (link is external).
Turnitin (link is external) –Editing and originality checks
Evernote (link is external) – Note-taking and sharing. Always synchronized, never lost.
Zotero (link is external) –Research organization and citation.
Dropbox (link is external) –File storage and back up.
Memrise (link is external) –Formative assessment (self-quizzing). This choice had dramatic, and amazing, repercussions for my teaching).
Twitter (link is external) –PLN-building and knowledge-sharing.

Our commitment to less also had a brilliant ripple effect (it was a paradigm shift, really) on the way that we taught as well. But that will be the subject of my next Mindsets post on Minimalism in Instruction. In the meantime, what have been your experiences with app-addiction and the scramble to "stay relevant"? How have you dealt with/are you dealing with the issue? Are you riding the tiger by the tail, or have you let it run free in the wild where it belongs? Boil your practice down: what are your seven essential apps?
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El móvil para alfabetizar el mundo

El móvil para alfabetizar el mundo | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
La educación está en el centro para conseguir un mundo mejor -más sostenible, más justo, más próspero-, pero en este momento hay 774 millones de personas en el planeta que no saben
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Conversar, cocrear y curar: las tres Cs del nuevo aprendizaje corporativo

Conversar, cocrear y  curar: las tres Cs del nuevo aprendizaje corporativo | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
Transcribo aquí  el articulo que hoy publicaba el Butlletí Compartim Nº 29 . Reflexiona sobre los tres componentes del nuevo aprendizaje corporativo: cocrear, curar y conversar. La entrada es un po...
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10 Online Learning Trends to Watch in 2015 [#Infographic]

10 Online Learning Trends to Watch in 2015 [#Infographic] | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
The future's biggest online movements in education are taking shape today.

Via Dr Peter Carey, juandoming
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¿Es el fin del Conectivismo?

¿Es el fin del Conectivismo? | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
En 2011 George Siemens perdía interés en los medios sociales (Losing interest in social media: there is no there there), ahora Stephen Downes anuncia en facebook su posible abandono de facebook y t...
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Reflexiones sobre Aprendizaje: Aprendizaje en el trabajo. No son cursos, son recursos.

Reflexiones sobre Aprendizaje: Aprendizaje en el trabajo. No son cursos, son recursos. | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it

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Three lessons from data on the best ways to give feedback to students

Three lessons from data on the best ways to give feedback to students | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
Proponents of computerized instruction often point out that software can give instant feedback to students. And that helps students learn more. That’s why a personal tutor can be so powerful. He or she can immediately react when there’s a misunderstanding and provide an explanation or a hint. But the truth is, educators don’t really understand …
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Educación 2.0: el conocimiento ya no reside en el docente, sino en la interacción entre alumnos

Educación 2.0: el conocimiento ya no reside en el docente, sino en la interacción entre alumnos | Pasion por el Conocimiento | Scoop.it
  Ayer se publicó el artículo Al infierno con la cultura, de Vicente Verdú, en el que éste analiza (no me queda claro si lo celebra, lo condena, ambas cosas o simplemente constata) el asesinato de ...
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