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Rubric for Deeper Thinking About Learning

Rubric for Deeper Thinking About Learning | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
We were exploring how to make metacognitive thinking more visible for our students, keeping it aligned with our mandate to keep thinking and learning visible, transparent, tangible, critiqueable and accountable within learning spaces.

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Robyn Lockwood's curator insight, October 11, 2016 2:42 PM
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Dr. Helen Teague's curator insight, October 11, 2016 2:49 PM
Don't often see a rubric specifically for metacognition: Rubric for Deeper Thinking About Learning
Dr. Theresa Kauffman's curator insight, October 12, 2016 10:44 AM
Interesting rubric for self assessment to make metacognition more accessible for our students. Check it out!

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Major Technologies That Will Shape The Future Of Education

Major Technologies That Will Shape The Future Of Education | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
Innovative technologies change the way we used to learn and that happens incredibly quickly. What major technologies will define the future of modern education?

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Jarrod Johnson's curator insight, May 9, 10:12 PM
Read through this and we are ticking all of these boxes at Pulteney. Some in more depth than others, our VR classes only exist in the STEM labs at the moment, but we are working to set up experiences across the school, and instead of designing camps with a learning focus, such as a robotics camp, our camps have had the learning experiences identified and expanded upon.
Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, May 11, 10:25 AM
Major Technologies That Will Shape The Future Of Education
Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, May 12, 9:06 AM
Interesting infographic on Major "Shift" in Applied Learning Technologies that will Shape the future of Education by Noplag.com
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What Is Web 3.0 And How Will It Change Education?

What Is Web 3.0 And How Will It Change Education? | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
We'll reach a new state of web skills when we reinvent technology tools to better enhance our personal learning. We'll be at 3.0 when schools are everywhere and not viewed as daycare.

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Serge Dielens * Branding * Reputation * Influence * Phygital Marketing Communication expert @ EdgeCommunication.be *'s curator insight, February 17, 5:40 AM
De l'école du web 1.0 au web 3.0.
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What Is Web 3.0 And How Will It Change Education?
Ginger Jewell's curator insight, March 3, 9:47 AM
I'm not sure I would define it this way.  How would you fill in column three?
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7 astuces sur l’apprentissage par projets | Open Education Europa

7 astuces sur l’apprentissage par projets | Open Education Europa | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
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Leveraging change through digital capability | Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog

Leveraging change through digital capability | Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
At the recent Jisc Connect more… event in London I facilitated a session on digital capability and introduced the topic by exploring the work we have done in this area. The session was filmed and can be watched on YouTube. We also had contributions from Kingston University and Lambeth College.
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Stanford researchers find students have trouble judging the credibility of information online | Stanford Graduate School of Education

Stanford researchers find students have trouble judging the credibility of information online | Stanford Graduate School of Education | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
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Connectivism – the knowledge of the connected individual

Connectivism – the knowledge of the connected individual | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
Knowledge is everywhere. In a mobile phone, a fitness tracker and our brains. Not a science fiction film but the learning theory of connectivism. Recently over a coffee

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Margarita Saucedo's curator insight, January 13, 11:58 AM
A partir de las redes sociales
Elizabeth Karvonen's curator insight, January 20, 4:44 AM
Definitely a new slant on Bloom. Important for all teachers in the digital age.
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Connectivism – the knowledge of the connected individual
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Amending competition and copyright law to enable open access to universities’ research

“John Naughton began a classic column, on the world of university research being held to ransom by academic publishers charging exorbitant prices for subscriptions, by quoting Sir Patrick Cul…
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The Digital Skills Metro Map

The Digital Skills Metro Map | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it

All Aboard is rising to the challenge identified in the national Digital Roadmap of building our ‘digital capacity,’ not just in terms of infrastructure, but also in terms of people, their skills, their levels of confidence and their ability to critique and challenge pre-conceptions.


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Jacques Lebègue's curator insight, November 12, 2016 4:38 AM
Tous les points fondamentaux du digital  en une seule carte interactive!
Willem Kuypers's curator insight, November 14, 2016 5:02 AM
Idéé originale pour représenter les compétences digitales.
Daniel Collins's curator insight, January 18, 12:02 AM
A really useful map of a range of digital skills necessary for higher education.
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A Quick Comparison of Behaviorism, Cognitivism and Constructivism

A Quick Comparison of Behaviorism,  Cognitivism and Constructivism | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it

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Rachel groff's curator insight, September 17, 2016 10:24 AM

This chart is very helpful for showing the similarities and differences between these schools of psyxhology

Sharaya Baltimore's curator insight, September 20, 2016 12:29 PM

I like that it gives a comparison of behaviorism, cognitism and constructivism (even though we aren't looking at that school) and it also gives information about the teachers, learner and techniques, etc.


 

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Potential Power of Blogging for Pedagogy

Potential Power of Blogging for Pedagogy | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
I believe in the potential power of blogging. I believe it can be harnessed to be a powerful pedagogical tool in the 21st Century.

 

4 Benefits of Integrating Blogging into Pedagogy

1. Blogs promote participation and collaboration of knowledge and skills. There are a myriad of resources available on the internet that can help students become creators, and not merely consumers of different texts and bodies of knowledge.

 

2. Blogs promote global communication and collaboration. Teachers can facilitate interactions with diverse cultures, ethnicities, and religions, and social contexts. Students can be helped to challenging their thinking by considering other viewpoints.

 

3. Blogs promote the critical analysis of pedagogy and literacies.

 

4. Blogs create the potential for interactive spaces for authentic exchanges. Strategies including reading logs, book reviews, parental communication, encouraging reading and writing and responding around a particular theme or focus.

If we can harness this power, we have a strong pedagogical tool on our hands. As with other areas in education, we can begin to harness this power by asking ourselves the right kinds of questions that can bring about the results we want to see.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2016/06/06/blogging-is-it-difficult-i-guess-not-a-all-follow-my-advice/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/practice/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/10/14/practice-using-blogs-for-home-work-to-get-ict-skills-and-creativity/

 


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Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, June 15, 2016 3:55 AM
useful ideas and facts why blogging is useful in education
Dr. Theresa Kauffman's curator insight, June 15, 2016 8:58 AM
I encourage my teachers to blog for the same reasons listed here. Powerful learning tool for the 21st Century.
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William Reville: Beware of faddish teaching methods that scorn ‘rote learning’

William Reville: Beware of faddish teaching methods that scorn ‘rote learning’ | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
So-called ‘drilling’ teaching methods may be unpopular nowadays, but they have been proven effective
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The seven techniques of Learning to Learn

The seven techniques of Learning to Learn | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
Learning should not be as hard as you think. There is a method to the art and just like any skill, learning to learn needs practice and mastery. It is much like speed reading. If you know how to read faster, you can end up reading more books in a given time. Similarly, if you learn how to learn efficiently you can spend less time doing the learning and more time enjoying what you have learned.

As a trainer, the topic of learning to learn is even more important since it is not only beneficial to you, but it also helps you to improve your training. As such, it is worth investing time in.

In this article, you will be introduced to seven highly effective techniques that help you maximise learning in a given time. The following methods are presented as if you are applying them to yourself, but you should consider how you can take advantage of them for your learners in a training environment.

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Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, May 19, 5:40 AM
Zeven toetsstenen om na te gaan of je in jouw klas leert leren. 
Andrea Mejia Medina's curator insight, May 23, 2:35 PM
A paper published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest evaluated some techniques for improving learning. Be aware that everyone thinks they have their own style of learning (they don't, according to the latest research), and the evidence suggests that just because a technique works or does not work for other people does not necessarily mean it will or won’t work well for you. If you want to know how to revise or learn most effectively you will still want to experiment on yourself a little with each technique. Elaborative Interrogation (Rating = moderate) A method involving creating explanations for why stated facts are true. The method involves concentrating on why questions rather than what questions and creating questions for yourself as you are working through a task. This is a good method because it is simple, so anyone can apply it easily. It does however require enough prior knowledge to enable you to generate good questions for yourself, so this method may be best for learners with experience in a subject. Self Explanation (Rating = moderate) A technique that is useful for abstract learning. The technique involves explaining and recording how one solves or understands problems as they work and giving reasons for choices that are made. This was found to be more effective if done while learning as opposed to after learning. Self explanation has been found to be effective with learners ranging from children in kindergarten to older students working on algebraic formulas and geometric theorems. Like elaborative explanation, self explanation benefits from its simplicity. Summarisation (Rating = low) An old staple, tested by having participants summarise every page of text in to a few short lines. Summarising and note taking were found to be beneficial for preparing for written exams but less useful for types of tests that do not require students to generate information – such as multiple choice tests. Highlighting and underlining (Rating = low) The runaway favourite technique of students was found to perform spectacularly poorly when done on its own under controlled conditions. It seems pretty intuitive that highlighting alone is ineffective for the same reasons it is so popular – it requires no training, it takes practically no additional time and crucially, it involves very little thought above the effort taken to simply read a piece of text. The keyword mnemonic (Rating = low) A technique for memorising information involving linking words to meanings through associations based on how a word sounds and creating imagery for specific words. Much research has found that mnemonics are useful for memorising information in the short term in a range of situations including learning foreign language, learning people’s names and occupations, learning scientific terms etc. However, it seems the keyword mnemonic is only effective in instances where keywords are important and the material includes keywords which are inherently easy to memorise. Imagery for Text Learning (Rating = low) Experiments asking students to simply imagine clear visual images as they are reading texts have found advantages when memorising sentences, but these advantages seem much less pronounced when longer pieces of text are involved. Interestingly, visualisation was found to be more effective when students listened to a text than when they read text themselves, implying the act of reading may make it harder to focus on visualizing. Rereading (Rating = low) Overall, rereading is found to be much less effective than other techniques – however the research has drawn some interesting conclusions. Massed rereading – rereading immediately after reading - has been found more effective than outlining and summarising for the same amount of time. It does seem however, that rereading spaced over a longer amount of time has a much stronger effect than massed rereading. Practice Testing (Rating = High) testing is often seen as a necessary evil of education. practice testing seems to result in benefits. Unlike many of the other techniques mentioned, the benefits of practice testing are not modest – studies have found that a practice test can double free recall! Research has found that though multiple choice testing is indeed effective, practice tests that require more detailed answers to be generated are more effective. Importantly, practice testing is effective when you create the questions yourself. Distributed Practice (Rating = High) if you want to remember something for a year you should study at least every month, if you want to remember something for five years you should space your learning every six to twelve months. If you want to remember something for a week you should space your learning 12-24 hours apart. It does seem however that the distributed-practice effect may work best when processing information deeply – so for best results you might want to try a distributed practice and self-testing combo. 

 So it is clear that we are all expected to be able to learn but currently we don’t ever really get taught how to learn. The trick is to experiment with different methods or techniques and to discover the ideal technique for us according to our needs and the one that suits our learning style, as we know there are techniques that can work for many people but for us they do not work as effectively as We expect it.
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What is digital fluency?

What is digital fluency? | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
Image by George Couros under CC A recent announcement from Hon. Hekia Parata signalled that digital fluency will be a key focus for Ministry centrally-funded professional learning support in 2016 (…
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The Pedagogy, Andragogy, Heutagogy of Mobile Learning

This presentation explores the move from pedagogy to andragogy to heutagogy and from instructivism to constructivism to connectivism – all within the context o…

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Temos de evoluir no ensino e integrar as novas tecnologias com a pedagogia

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, January 24, 2015 8:30 PM
Much of what we know about learning, or think we know about learning, has been worked and re-worked by the likes of John Dewey, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Alfred North Whitehead, Maria Montessori, etc. @ivon_ehd1
Margarita Saucedo's curator insight, March 14, 10:05 PM
Los programas denominados "ejecutivos" requieren de estrategias didácticas idóneas
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The Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit – Modern Workplace Learning Magazine

The Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit – Modern Workplace Learning Magazine | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it

 

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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/learn-every-day-a-bit-with-curation/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/?s=blogging

 


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Abdallah Tanfouri's curator insight, February 7, 12:02 PM
do you think diet is the only way to keep healthy?

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Excellent !

Ginger Jewell's curator insight, February 11, 12:53 PM
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NC DL/I Programs - Immersion Curriculum Map

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GoConqr - Changing the way you learn

GoConqr is a personal learning environment that allows students & teachers to create, discover and share learning resources. Transform your learning and achieve your goals with GoConqr
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Demonstrating expertise in digital scholarship

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It’s a conundrum. Digital scholarship can readily be defined by the use of technology to support the access, retrieval and application of knowledge – but that’s only a fraction of the story.
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A Holistic View Of WHAT Will Influence EDUcation In The Future

A Holistic View Of WHAT Will Influence EDUcation In The Future | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
. . WHAT Will Influence EDUcation In The Future? Through ICT the Real-World and especially the Virtual-World (both are influencing each other...) are changing quicker then WE can learn about, BUT WE must adapt to it and so must EDUcation! Therefore Universities must do research about the How-To to adapt and teaching about it... Luxembourg,…
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10 Social Media Skills for Every Modern Teacher [Infographic] by GDC

10 Social Media Skills for Every Modern Teacher [Infographic] by GDC | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
Med Kharbach lists 10 essential social media skills for teachers of all sorts in a creative infographic, based on an article by Doug Johnson.

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drula eric's curator insight, May 3, 2016 1:02 AM
Peu de domaines dans les affaires et dans la société qui n'a pas été affectées par la révolution des médias sociaux, même comme il a commencé il y a moins d'une décennie. De nombreuses entreprises ont réagi à cette nouvelle situation, en prenant la pleine mesure de la force et le potentiel que ces technologies représentent pour leur organisation ainsi, les wikis permettent une collaboration virtuelle plus efficace dans des projets transversaux; blogs internes, forums de discussion et des chaînes YouTube promouvoir les échanges avec le partage à la fois la connaissance comme un aperçu de chacun; campagnes virales sophistiquées possibles pour engager la relation client et la fidélité; prochaine génération de produits co-développé grâce à des processus d'innovation ouverte; et enfin les dirigeants travaillant pour définir leur stratégie d'entreprise
Susan Wegmann's curator insight, May 3, 2016 9:15 AM
Could relate to Bloom's Digital Taxonomy
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Student Success Week 2015 - Virtual Conference

Student Success Week 2015 - Virtual Conference | Scholarship in the digital age | Scoop.it
A week of free webcasts devoted to sharing ideas and best practices with educators and students about writing, plagiarism and academic integrity.
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