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.
Cuando hablamos de cuál es la misión de la escuela la mayoría coincide en que su papel principal es la transmisión de conocimientos, creencias, costumbres y valores. La escuela tiene el objetivo de preparar a los alumnos para la vida dentro de una sociedad. Pero si
Looking for some good audio note taking apps to use on your iPad? The collection below has you covered. These are four of our favourite apps for recording audio notes on the go. Check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to add to the list. Enjoy
Audio books have become increasingly popular in recent years (see Google Tends), but some people believe that listening to a good book is not as legitimate as reading one. In fact many authors, such as Dickens, wrote their books to be read out aloud. You can make the case that listening to Dickens’ books is more authentic than reading them.
“ 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
Once in awhile we curate a list of what we call veteran EdTech websites that have tremendously contributed to the enhancement of teaching and learning. Of course, there are tons of other websites and tools that are being used in different educational settings to promote learning and teaching but the platforms below are definitely among the best. If you are a teacher keen on integrating technology in your class, the collection below is a great place to start with. Check it out and share with us your feedback.
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