A l’heure du « tout connecté », inutile de souligner que ceci s’applique également au monde de l’enseignement. Du cours magistral enseigné à des élèves il y a quelques années au cours digital, le monde de l’enseignement est lui aussi en pleine mutation. Et le monde des étudiants aussi.
Dr. John Orlando, associate director of faculty support at Northcentral University, joins us with a unique perspective for teaching online. “If you start thinking like a coach, you will transform the whole way you teach.”
What is the difference between Piaget's constructivism and Papert’s “constructionism”? Beyond the mere play on the words, I think the distinction holds, and that integrating both views can enrich our understanding of how people learn and grow. Piaget’s constructivism offers a window into what children are interested in, and able to achieve, at different stages of their development. The theory describes how children’s ways of doing and thinking evolve over time, and under which circumstance children are more likely to let go of—or hold onto— their currently held views. Piaget suggests that children have very good reasons not to abandon their worldviews just because someone else, be it an expert, tells them they’re wrong. Papert’s constructionism, in contrast, focuses more on the art of learning, or ‘learning to learn’, and on the significance of making things in learning. Papert is interested in how learners engage in a conversation with [their own or other people’s] artifacts, and how these conversations boost self-directed learning, and ultimately facilitate the construction of new knowledge. He stresses the importance of tools, media, and context in human development. Integrating both perspectives illuminates the processes by which individuals come to make sense of their experience, gradually optimizing their interactions with the world
"In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m quite a fan of the iPad (the Lollipop Nexus 9’s not too bad either). Not because of its design or because its by Apple or any of that, but because of its keen heritage in the learning arena.
Elles seront les premières occupantes de la Cité de l'innovation. Six start-up (*), actuellement hébergées au Pôle universitaire de Chartres, dans les locaux provisoires du Centre européen d'entreprises et d'innovation (CEEI), vont rejoindre, début 2017, le bâtiment 22 du CM 101, au Coudray. Des négociations sont en cours pour quatre autres start-up : deux qui développent des produits cosmétiques innovants ; une autre, un outil de diagnostic pour l'aéronautique s'appuyant sur l'imagerie et le scanner 3 D ; la dernière, des plateformes Internet professionnelles et des solutions numériques.
Comme chaque début d’année, Edupronet se livre au jeu des pronostics et des prédictions. Pour 2017, nous nous sommes intéressé aux technologies qui devraient contribuer à une transformation de l’espace d’#apprentissage et favoriser de profonds changements dans la salle de classe. 1. Les MOOCs pour virtualiser la salle de classe Selon les chercheurs en didactique et les spécialistes en #pédagogie, l’enseignement ne sera plus conscrit au seul espace « formel » de la classe. Dans un futur proche, certains prédisent […]The post Comment les outils numériques impacteront la salle de classe en 2017 ? | Edupronet appeared first on La Digital Learning Academy .
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How might we define intelligence? What do we mean when we speak of intelligence and what evidence do we seek when we look for it? Is it a singular, fixed attribute determined at birth or does it vary across time and environment? These are questions educators have struggled with for years and thanks to improvements in brain science are questions that today can be given more complete answers. But away from the world of high-tech laboratory research and MRI analysis or neural patterns what ev
Though impressive, the first Virtual Reality offerings in education primarily consisted of pre-created experiences where students could explore famous landmarks, geographic regions and unique locations. For instance, thoughtfully developed tools such as Google Expeditions and Nearpod VR allow teachers to guide their students through … Read more
pedagogy is a child-focused teaching approach, whereas andragogy an adult-focused teaching approach; or, formally, pedagogy is the art and science of helping kids learn, whereas andragogy is the art and science of helping adults learn
3D printing for kids is a fun way to learn 3D modelling software and enter the complex world of 3D printing design. The popularity of 3D printing and the opportunities for learning in school and home, has given rise to more user friendly 3D design software. Many professional modelling tools are very complex, and require users to take tutorials to get to grips with toolsets and options available. More simple and intuitive software that young children can use with the greatest of ease, is now available. With that steep learning curve reduced, 3D printed toys or objects have become a reality, letting kids express their imagination in a way that only technology can. Even the costs associated with 3D printing have been minimised, with more affordable 3D printers for kids on the market and online printing services for those without a printer. The best 3D printing design software tools for kids, that will excite and nurture creative minds, are listed below.
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