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UNED, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia

La UNED ofrece nuevas oportunidades de formación on-line y gratuíta

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Wordpress para educación. Configurando un entorno flexible (artículo completo en *.pdf) | francescllorens.eu | Diigo


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Arregla Sanse - Mapa de demandas de Izquierda Independiente

Izquierda Independiente Iniciativa por San Sebastián de los Reyes presenta su mapa interactivo para recoger las demandas de la ciudadanía de Sanse...
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TimeMap

TimeMap | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it

This is a wonderful history site. Watch the history of the world evolve on a world map by choosing an era and clicking on the civilisation you want to view to find out more.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/History

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Archeology from Space

TED Talks In this short talk, TED Fellow Sarah Parcak introduces the field of "space archeology" -- using satellite images to search for clues to the lost sites of past civilizations.

 

The uses of geospatial technologies is NOT limited to studying geography, but it is the bedrock of many research projects that involve spatial thinking (as demonstrated in this TED talk).  Geographic principles and geographers can be very important  members of interdisciplinary teams.

 

Tags: spatial, remote sensing, geospatial, TED, MiddleEast, historical. 


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Joshua Lefkowitz's curator insight, January 15, 8:13 PM

This sounds really intruging to me; I have heard of astroarchiology before in the aplication of finding undiscovered large objects (cities, towns sttlements) by using satellites to map deviations in teh earths surface accurately enough to distingush structures like a building foundation. I just find this sort of thing fascinating. I am still in awe that this dort of thing is possible.

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La UNED ofrece nuevas oportunidades de formación on-line y gratuíta

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What is history's role in society?

What is history's role in society? | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it
Any society that doesn't pay attention to history has dangerously shallow roots, says Sarah Dunant.
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El Estado más rico de Alemania busca profesores y otros profesionales españoles

El Estado más rico de Alemania busca profesores y otros profesionales españoles | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it
No sólo ingenieros.El Estado de Hesse, cuya capital Fráncfort es la sede del BCE, busca profesores, enfermeras, informáticos, personas especializadas en c...
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11 Reasons Teachers Should Make Their Own Videos

11 Reasons Teachers Should Make Their Own Videos | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it

Any company, organization, or individual hoping to take advantage of digital video to educate or entertain the populace or promote a product should have a video strategy in place before springing for the time and equipment involved. Educators, of course, are not exempt from the core tenets of solidifying a viable video strategy — especially when it comes to how exactly they plan to take advantage of everything the medium offers.


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How to Break NRA’s Grip on Politics: Michael R. Bloomberg

How to Break NRA’s Grip on Politics: Michael R. Bloomberg | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it

by MICHAEL BLOOMBERG (Bloomberg View)

 

It has been a week since the massacre in Aurora, Colorado. The two major U.S. presidential candidates spent the past week avoiding the subject of whether anything should be done to prevent such shootings from recurring.

 

Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican nominee, declared Wednesday that “changing the heart of the American people” is our best hope to stop the carnage. President Barack Obama offered little more than support for his past positions, such as banning assault weapons. Very likely, both candidates will spend the next few months avoiding the issue altogether.

 

The wise men of Washington tell us that candidates are silent on guns because to speak out is to incur the wrath of the National Rifle Association. But polls consistently show that gun owners, including NRA members, overwhelmingly support the common sense measures that mayors across the country have been trying to get Washington to pass for years.

 

More than 700 mayors, from both political parties, have joined together to stop the flow of illegal guns into our communities. Mayors know all too well that the debate on the Second Amendment is over. The Supreme Court recognized that the Second Amendment grants citizens the right to bear arms, subject to reasonable restrictions. The question is: What should those restrictions look like? [MORE]

 

 


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An opinion piece from July, after Aurora, but still resonant....

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¿Le damos la vuelta al aula…? The Flipped Classroom

Artículo sobre el concepto de "flipped classroom" con ejemplos de recursos. Me parece un post muy clarito sobre el concepto y el uso de este concepto de E-A. Me gustaría dar mi opinión  fundamentada y reflexionada al respecto en un post... próximamente. 


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"Cómo dar clase a los que no quieren"

"Cómo dar clase a los que no quieren" Revista Digital Práctica Docente.

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BBC Mundo - Noticias - Los padres que hacen huelga y no llevan a sus hijos a la escuela

BBC Mundo - Noticias - Los padres que hacen huelga y no llevan a sus hijos a la escuela | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it
Un grupo de padres en España protesta este jueves contra la ausencia de profesores en las escuelas, tras denunciar que el gobierno redujo un 21% el presupuesto educativo.
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¿Por qué las TIC en Educación? ¿Qué debería hacer la Administración Educativa? 1/2

¿Por qué las TIC en Educación? ¿Qué debería hacer la Administración Educativa? 1/2 | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it

Presentamos a continuación seis razones de peso, y otras consecuencias beneficiosas, que se desprenden de la utilización de las TIC por parte del alumnado.


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Tomb of Maya Queen Found—"Lady Snake Lord" Ruled Centipede Kingdom

Tomb of Maya Queen Found—"Lady Snake Lord" Ruled Centipede Kingdom | e-learning, social media,history,education, b-learning | Scoop.it
The suspected burial site and remains of a powerful Maya ruler have been unearthed in Guatemala, archaeologists say.
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El profesor automático

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Un profesor de la Universidad de La Laguna idea un programa informático que permite a los docentes confeccionar y corregir exámenes en cuestión de minutos.
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