Los que creemos en el flipped classroom sabemos que el tiempo del aula se aprovecha en muchas ocasiones para el trabajo cooperativo. En este contexto, uno de los principales retos es el de crear grupos que funcionen y estén cohesionados.
“What are the latest emerging trends in education?As trends to do, these are changing almost yearly. Consider how quiet iPads in the classroom have been recently, whereas three years ago they were going to replace teachers and were (unsarcastically) compared to magic. While mobile devices like the iPad can indeed parallel a kind of magic in the learning process, it obviously has to ‘fit’ into a progressive supporting ecology of assessment, curriculum, and instruction.With that in mind, we’ve created a list of 15 (the graphic plus 3 bonus items below) new ideas every teacher should try. Not all will fit or work–again, it depends on the ecology of the classroom, school, and so on. But each of these ideas below–some learning models, some concepts, and some technologies–can be transformational for students, and your teaching.”
“ Using the cloud in the classroom can be a powerful thing. One of the most common uses of the cloud in today’s classroom is word processing, and one of the most common cloud-based word processing platforms is Google Drive. We’ve talked about offering voice feedback to documents. In the above below, teacher Bjorn Behrendt explains how to set up a classroom in Google Drive. He offers dozens of tips to pre-empt the kind of challenges that you’re likely to see (e.g., students unknowingly duplicating the same file several times, not knowing which folder to turn work in to, etc.) Since he clearly has experience in the classroom, this video is immediately better than the vast majority of universal Google Drive tutorials you’ll find.”
Via Edumorfosis, Javier Sánchez Bolado, RIED. Revista Iberoamericana de Educación a Distancia
El proceso creciente de digitalización ha cambiado nuestra manera de relacionarnos y también nuestra forma de aprender, por eso es importante las posibilidades de aprendizaje que ofrece la red y las redes
What the research says is that the brain does process information in different ways, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that a “visual learner” can’t learn by listening, or even that they’ll learn poorly. There is precious little research that says a student will learn ‘more’ if taught ‘their way’–especially if all students are ultimately assessed the same way in the end.
But that doesn’t mean that learning modalities aren’t real. Processing new information in different ways has different effects on how we understand that information. We might benefit from seeing something first, then touching it next, then listening to someone explain it, then seeing it again, and so on. It’s not a linear process.
Los artefactos digitales son aplicaciones web e informáticas hechas tareas en el proceso curricular de aula, como si el objeto (social) digital construido a partir de la(s) herramienta(s) para estructurar la tarea desde una perspectiva educativa en red y de lo que también entendemos como educación digital.
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