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8 Technologies That Will Shape Future Classrooms

8 Technologies That Will Shape Future Classrooms | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

What does the future of learning hold? What will classrooms of the future be like? Emerging technologies such as cloud computing, augmented reality (AR) and 3D printing are paving the way for the future of education in ways we may have yet to see. At the very least though, we can extrapolate from what these promising technologies and predict how schools will adopt them in time to come.



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Lo más interesante, desde mi punto de vista las aplicaciones de la impresión 3D.
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E-trucit's curator insight, April 23, 1:17 AM

Very interesting article full of links to others sources that help to span the vision of possible future and not only in teaching.

Yolanda Bernabeu's curator insight, April 25, 5:49 AM

Aplicación de nuevas tecnologías en las aulas de un futuro esperamos que reciente

Al Post's curator insight, April 27, 7:21 PM

Some of these technologies are just too cool! I love trying to "peek" at the future.

 

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Three Social Trends That Will Influence Education in 2014

Three Social Trends That Will Influence Education in 2014 | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

There are patterns within the trend predictions for 2014 that are worthy of paying attention to. There is strong, if not overwhelming evidence that behaviour patterns of students, educators, employees and professionals are moving towards the use of social tools for learning, working and teaching. Collaborating seamlessly face-to-face and at a distance, bringing the human element to virtual interactions, and personalized learning will prevail in 2014; each facilitated by technology. But it’s not going to be about the technology, it will be about making connections by voice and/or visual, contributing to new knowledge, and learning with and from others—all mediated through social media. It will be the behaviours of students, lifelong learners and educators—their use of technology, specifically social media applications that will influence education in the upcoming year.

 
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Ness Crouch's curator insight, December 23, 2013 12:09 AM

Trends for 2014

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Conclusion
Though we can predict and make an educated guess what the year 2014 will hold for education, we won’t really know until we are in it—knee deep. The year 2012 named by the New York Times as the Year-of-the-MOOC, shook the foundations of education, and no one saw it coming. Will social media influence education by increasing collaboration, humanize the learning experience, and support personalized learning in 2014? Time will tell.

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The 8 Digital Skills Students Need for The Future ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The 8 Digital Skills Students Need for The Future ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

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Maria João Loureiro's curator insight, February 1, 12:37 PM

Em síntese, as competências a desenvolver (qualquer que seja o nível de ensino em diferentes patamares, diria eu), relacionam-se com a literacia da informação (com e sem recurso as tecnologias mais recentes), ou seja, pesquisa, seleção e tratamento de informação (para a transformar em conhecimento - diferente de copy/paste) e comunicação (oral e escrita) de ideias, de si próprio e do que faz (de forma rigorosa e atraente), tendo em conta as normas de privacidade e ética (que em contextos online são bastas vezes descuidadas) . Parece-me ficar a faltar outras tantas, como a resolução de problemas, a colaboração, o aprender a aprender...

Paula Schwertner's curator insight, February 27, 6:00 AM

I could help teach students these skills in the context of their other coursework.

CrazyConversations's curator insight, September 27, 9:50 AM

These most needed skills are here right now. In competitive business environments, finding information quickly is a necessity. Judging the quality of information is crucial to decisionmaking.

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Download the SOLE Toolkit

Download the SOLE Toolkit | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

Specifically designed for you, this step-by-step guide will prepare you to ignite the fire of curiosity in kids at home, in school or at after-school programs.


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Interesting ideas not just for kids (8-12 years old) but for any educational level, including Vocational Trainning.
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Ricard Garcia's curator insight, November 18, 2013 11:49 PM

A daring and bold approach

Ramon Pavia's curator insight, November 19, 2013 1:56 AM

Let's think about th use of digital tool and get rid of infoxication

Mirjana Podvorac's curator insight, November 20, 2013 4:19 PM

Self organized learning environment - SOLE, a valuable tool kit! 

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12th World Conference on Mobile & Contextual Learning - Table of Contents

12th World Conference on Mobile & Contextual Learning  - Table of Contents | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

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RESEARCH PAPERS

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Exploring the impact of using tablet devices in enhancing students listening and speaking skills in tertiary education

Ismail FayedAmer YacoubAli Hussein
Abstract . . PDF (759 KB) . PDF with links(516 KB)  2

Post Web 2.0 Media: Mobile Social Media

Thomas CochraneLaurent Antonczak
Abstract . . PDF (4478 KB) . PDF with links(4480 KB)  3

Integrating mLearning Language Application into University Course Content

Olga VibergÅke Grönlund
Abstract . . PDF (204 KB) . PDF with links(188 KB)  4

An ecology of mobile screens: iPads meet XOs in a desert school

Mark PegrumGrace OakleyJan ClarkeJim Sligar
Abstract . . PDF (203 KB) . PDF with links(205 KB)  5

Mobilogue – A Tool for Creating and Conducting Mobile Supported Field Trips

Adam Giemza
Abstract . . PDF (4202 KB) . PDF with links(960 KB)  6

Large Scale Deployment of Tablet Computers in High Schools in Brazil

Giovanni FariasMohamed AllyClaudia Alexandra de Souza PintoFernando José Spanhol
Abstract . . PDF (134 KB) . PDF with links(135 KB)  7

Mobile Technology, Maths Education & 21C Learning

Brendan TangneyAibhín Bray
Abstract . . PDF (341 KB) . PDF with links(297 KB)  8

An Analysis of Socio-Technical Factors in Implementing Mobile Learning Solution at an Educational Institution: A Case Study of Mid-Tier MBA College in India

Varadarajan Sridharan
Abstract . . PDF (103 KB) . PDF with links(104 KB)  9

An Outlook on Future Mobile Learning in Saudi Arabia

Saleh Al-Shehri
Abstract . . PDF (134 KB) . PDF with links(135 KB)  10

Supporting Practitioners in Implementing Mobile Learning and Overcoming Ethical Concerns: A Scenario-Based Approach

Trish Andrews
Abstract . . PDF (168 KB) . PDF with links(172 KB)  11

About the Contextualization of Learning Objects in Mobile Learning Settings

Jalisa SotsenkoMarc JansenMarcelo Milrad
Abstract . . PDF (295 KB) . PDF with links(296 KB)  



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AnswerPro: Designing to Motivate Interaction
Balsam Al Sugair
Abstract . . PDF (346 KB) . PDF with links(222 KB)  13
Creating coherent incidental learning journeys on mobile devices through feedback and progress indicators
Mark GavedAgnes Kukulska-HulmeAnn JonesEileen ScanlonIan DunwellPetros LamerasOula Akiki
Abstract . . PDF (120 KB) . PDF with links(122 KB)  14
Mobile learning through indigenous languages: learning through a constructivist approach
Mmaki JantjiesMike Joy
Abstract . . PDF (408 KB) . PDF with links(410 KB)  15
Academic Achievement in BYOD Classrooms
Dean CristolBelinda Gimbert
Abstract . . PDF (342 KB) . PDF with links(343 KB)  16
Key Challenges Associated with Bringing Personal Mobile Devices to the Classroom
Ieda M. Santos
Abstract . . PDF (151 KB) . PDF with links(156 KB)  17
Integrating Interactive Videos in Mobile Learning Scenarios
Dan Kohen-Vacs
Abstract . . PDF (673 KB) . PDF with links(249 KB)  18
Ubiquitous Computing in Education: A SWOT Analysis by Students and Teachers
Edgar Napoleon AsiimweSana Zubair Khan
Abstract . . PDF (277 KB) . PDF with links(284 KB)  19
Usability issues in mobile learning: Students’ perceptions in Pakistani universities
Umera ImtinanVanessa ChangTomayess Issa
Abstract . . PDF (99 KB) . PDF with links(102 KB)  20
Improving student literacy in adult education through an immediate feedback tool
Martie GeertsemaChris Campbell
Abstract . . PDF (120 KB) . PDF with links(123 KB)  21
A HTML5 Based English Learning System for Learning English on Mobile Devices
Firouz B. Anaraki
Abstract . . PDF (591 KB) . PDF with links(586 KB)  MOBILE LEARNING PRACTICES - LESSONS LEARNED22
Using mobile technologies to promote learning and youth employment: a partnership approach
Chamseddine Ouerdiane
Abstract . . PDF (115 KB) . PDF with links(115 KB)  23
Challenges against the successes of mLearn in Bangladesh
Shahanaj Parvin
Abstract . . PDF (172 KB) . PDF with links(173 KB)  24
M-learn lessons learnt: Bangladesh perspective
Zaki Imam
Abstract . . PDF (151 KB) . PDF with links(151 KB)  25
Jam Today – Embedding BYOD into Classroom Practice
Agnieszka Palalas
Abstract . . PDF (240 KB) . PDF with links(241 KB)  26
An Interactive Mobile Learnign Method to Measure Students performance
David Parsons
Abstract . . PDF (519 KB) . PDF with links(471 KB)  27
The Dawn of Creation with Mobile Learning Technologies and Language Learning Pedagogy
Nicholas Yates
Abstract . . PDF (154 KB) . PDF with links(156 KB)  28
Augmented Reality, Multimodal Literacy and Mobile Technology: An Experiment in Teacher Engagement
Jan Clarke
Abstract . . PDF (582 KB) . PDF with links(582 KB)  29
Device Neutral Assignments for Mobile Learning in an English Language Classroom
Rasha Al-Okaily
Abstract . . PDF (126 KB) . PDF with links(127 KB)  30
Quality of sms-learning as a rapidly growing m-learning mode for foreign language learning
Majid FatahipourMahnaz Ghasemi Najm
Abstract . . PDF (131 KB) . PDF with links(133 KB)  31
Integrating Multimedia in ODL materials and Enhanced Access through Mobile Phones
Maria Augusti
Abstract . . PDF (30 KB) . PDF with links(31 KB)  32
Preparing Mobile Learning Strategy for Your Institution
Agnieszka Palalas
Abstract . . PDF (131 KB) . PDF with links(132 KB)  DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM33
System Architecture for Device and Content Independent Communication Including 3D Imaging
Razia SultanaAndreas ChristPatrick Meyrueis
Abstract . . PDF (234 KB) . PDF with links(173 KB)  34
Targeting FRAME: A new tool for mLearning design
Robert Power
Abstract . . PDF (208 KB) . PDF with links(207 KB)  35
Supporting Interaction in Learning Activities Using Mobile Devices in Higher Education
Wesam ShishahGail HopkinsElizabeth FitzGeraldColin Higgins
Abstract . . PDF (169 KB) . PDF with links(172 KB)  
Paula King, Ph.D.'s curator insight, October 29, 2013 7:40 AM

The 4th screen. 

Richard Whiteside's curator insight, October 30, 2013 6:29 AM

Relevant to ed tech in ELT as well.

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Five Essentials To Create Connected Students (EdSurge News)

Five Essentials To Create Connected Students (EdSurge News) | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

"But being connected isn’t just for socializing; it’s a life skill. When untrained students get online, they treat academic writing online as if it were social media. They write sloppily and don't think of hyperlinking. If they do, it is often a long pasted link instead of a contextual link. In this connected world, there are invisibly disconnected kids, disconnected from the knowledge they need to be successful."


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Karen Bonanno's curator insight, October 4, 2013 11:32 PM

Significant roles we all have in the connected world. Crucial that students understand these.

Lucy Wyatt's curator insight, October 7, 2013 10:23 AM

Curate your digital footprint!

Allan Booth's curator insight, October 9, 2013 2:51 AM

some good insights

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The Students' Guide to Mind Mapping

The Students' Guide to Mind Mapping | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it
Mind maps are a great tool for education. Find out how to improve your memory, take more effective notes and enhance the results of your studying efforts!

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mariosuarez's curator insight, September 29, 2013 1:50 PM

mapas mentales en el aula...

Say Keng Lee's curator insight, October 7, 2013 10:32 PM

Mind mapping is useful for student achievement, and this article illustrates many possibilities of usage.

Christine Bushong's curator insight, October 28, 2013 9:22 AM
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MindMeister have published a great article on mind mapping with students. The article explains the purpose of mindmapping, describes its uses and benefits, and reminds the teachers that MindMeister's maps can be displayed in Presentation Mode.

 

See the first part of the topic The Teachers’ Guide to Mind Mapping http://www.mindmeister.com/blog/2013/09/10/the-teachers-guide-to-mind-mapping/

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EL APRENDIZAJE POR COMPETENCIAS COMO REDUCCIONISMO | INED21INED21

EL APRENDIZAJE POR COMPETENCIAS COMO REDUCCIONISMO | INED21INED21 | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it
El aprendizaje por competencias, en su versión reduccionista, es una nueva variante de idealismo pedagógico. (RT @SandraNegreira: El aprendizaje por competencias como reduccionismo...
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How To Create A Perfect Tweet [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Create A Perfect Tweet [INFOGRAPHIC] | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it
Much has been written about how to write the perfect tweet, from what link shortener to use to how many characters to leave room for retweets.
Now the folks at Neomobile have tried their hand at creating a guide to composing the perfect tweet.

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Dolly Bhasin 's curator insight, September 17, 2013 8:33 PM

A great infographics for newbees to twitter.

Mary Anne Hahn's curator insight, December 30, 2013 6:22 PM

Tweet tips

John Thomas's curator insight, February 12, 5:51 AM
How To Create A Perfect Tweet [INFOGRAPHIC]

Much has been written about how to write the perfect tweet, from what link shortener to use to how many characters to leave room for retweets.
Now the folks at Neomobile have tried their hand at creating a guide to composing the perfect tweet.

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A Must See Graphic on Creative Commons for Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Must See Graphic on Creative Commons for Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

"Creative Commons is a non-profit that helps sharing and reuse of creativity and knowledge via free legal and technological tools . These tools are not alternatives to copyright laws, rather they work alongside them.

To help you better teach your students about Creative Commons and how it works, here is a handy graphic that visually captures the main important things students need to know about Creative commons. Enjoy"


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Ayuda a los estudiantes y docentes a escoger la licencia Creative Commons más adecuada para su trabajo

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KB...Konnected's curator insight, August 2, 2013 6:16 PM

This info is also good for teachers who sell products through TpT and Teacher's Notebook.

Dawne Tortorella's curator insight, August 10, 2013 3:36 PM

Actually good for faculty too!

johanna krijnsen's curator insight, December 4, 2013 10:54 AM

graphic on creative commons

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Q&A With Knewton’s David Kuntz, Maker of Algorithms That Replace Some Teacher Work | Innovation Insights | Wired.com

Q&A With Knewton’s David Kuntz, Maker of Algorithms That Replace Some Teacher Work | Innovation Insights | Wired.com | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it
Image: USDAgov/Flickr When education investors talk about so-called adaptive learning, in which a computer tailors instructional software personally fo
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Entrevista a David Kuntz, creador de los algoritmos de la plataforma Knewton, que pretende ayudar al profesorado en su trabajo de personalización de la enseñanza

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Google Glass and Education

Google Glass and Education | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it
Google Glass is one of those technologies where the idea alone is enough to start conversations. For those who grew up on a diet of Star Trek it is an idea from that world brought to life.
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Analíticas de aprendizaje como Macrotendencia: conociéndonos más para aprender mejor #learnovationday

Analíticas de aprendizaje como Macrotendencia: conociéndonos más para aprender mejor #learnovationday | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it
Las analíticas de aprendizaje como MacrotendenciaEstaba ayer en Learnnovation 2013, en Madrid introduciendo las analíticas de aprendizaje entre los temas que destacan los principales informes educativos (Horizon report en educación superior 2013)...
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The future of learning - Sugata Mitra

The future of learning - Sugata Mitra | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

In this talk, Sugata Mitra will take us through the origins of schooling as we know it, to the dematerialisation of institutions as we know them. Thirteen years of experiments in children's education takes us through a series of startling results – children can self-organise their own learning, they can achieve educational objectives on their own, they can read by themselves. Finally, the most startling of them all: groups of children with access to the internet can learn anything by themselves. From the slums of India, to the villages of India and Cambodia, to poor schools in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, the USA and Italy, to the schools of Gateshead and the rich international schools of Washington and Hong Kong, Sugata's experimental results show a strange new future for learning.


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Leonardo De Freitas Alves's curator insight, June 6, 4:17 PM

Um novo e estranho futuro da aprendizagem. Crianças que aprendem por si mesmo, com recurso a Internet.

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WPI Teaching with Technology Collaboratory - Improving Your Teaching Presence in Distance Learning Courses

WPI Teaching with Technology Collaboratory - Improving Your Teaching Presence in Distance Learning Courses | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

Teaching presence is a significant component of the community of inquiry model developed by Garrison, Anderson and Archer in 2000. The components of this model are cognitive presence, social presence and teaching presence. Cognitive presence encompasses the course content and its contribution to critical thinking skills. Social presence is the social environment created in an online teaching course. Teaching presence includes the organization of course content, activities, and interaction along with the added expertise of the instructor (Anderson, Elloumi, 274). Teaching presence is defined in the model as "the design, facilitation, and direction of cognitive and social processes for the purpose of realizing personally meaningful and educationally worthwhile learning outcomes" (Anderson, Rourke, Garrison, Archer). Although the instructor is not physically present in a distance learning course, implementing the following techniques can improve the sense of presence for your students.


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Steve Klien's curator insight, November 30, 2013 6:17 PM

Presence

Bibhya Sharma's curator insight, November 30, 2013 6:30 PM

a must read for those who are involved in distance and flexible education.

Andrew Doig's curator insight, December 2, 2013 4:01 AM

Says a lot of what we understand in our Solent Online Learning standard

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Using Bloom's Taxonomy In The 21st Century: 4 Strategies For Teaching

Using Bloom's Taxonomy In The 21st Century: 4 Strategies For Teaching | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

For decades, education reform has been focused on curriculum, assessment, instruction, and more recently standards, and data, with these efforts only bleeding over into how students think briefly, and by chance. This means that the focus of finite teacher and school resources are not on promoting thinking and understanding, but rather what kinds of things students are going to be thinking about and how they’ll prove they understand them.


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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, December 19, 2013 5:28 PM

A good review on teaching approaches used in a 21st century teaching and learning  environment.

John R. Walkup's curator insight, January 12, 11:25 AM

A good discussion of Bloom's Taxonomy that includes useful cautionary discussions about the potential misuse of digital technology. I especially liked the mention about improper strategies for teaching introverts, an issue that is often glossed over in our current zest for group activities.

Marcelo Triviño's curator insight, April 21, 10:14 AM

Must read

 

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Seminari Internacional | Wiki For Higher Education (wiki4HE Project)

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El seminario reunirá a especialistas y profesores universitarios con experiencia en el uso docente de Wikipedia, que expondrán sus proyectos y debatirán sobre cómo los académicos perciben e incorporan este recurso en la práctica académica. Entrada libre

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Five Essentials To Create Connected Students (EdSurge News)

Five Essentials To Create Connected Students (EdSurge News) | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

"But being connected isn’t just for socializing; it’s a life skill. When untrained students get online, they treat academic writing online as if it were social media. They write sloppily and don't think of hyperlinking. If they do, it is often a long pasted link instead of a contextual link. In this connected world, there are invisibly disconnected kids, disconnected from the knowledge they need to be successful."


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Karen Bonanno's curator insight, October 4, 2013 11:32 PM

Significant roles we all have in the connected world. Crucial that students understand these.

Lucy Wyatt's curator insight, October 7, 2013 10:23 AM

Curate your digital footprint!

Allan Booth's curator insight, October 9, 2013 2:51 AM

some good insights

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Learning in a small, task–oriented, connectivist MOOC

Learning in a small, task–oriented, connectivist MOOC | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

Given that the MOOC was targeted at new HE lecturers, this MOOC intentionally created a more supportive learning environment than is encountered in some traditional cMOOCs such as ChangeMOOC. Not only were ‘veterans’ encouraged to support participants new to MOOCs and lecturing in HE, but the three tutors and three technologists also had a greater ‘presence’ than is customary in some traditional cMOOCs, providing individual and whole group support, particularly for those participants being assessed, and by monitoring discussions and providing feedback on completed tasks.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 4, 2013 12:26 AM

Interesting article about the use of a MOOC in developing teachers for higher education.

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, October 4, 2013 3:47 AM

Great one.

robyns tut's curator insight, October 4, 2013 3:27 PM

The introduction of MOOCS to students all over the world has tremendously changed the face of higher education in the world. This is because it has provided a platform for university students to extend their learning beyond the lecture room to the comfort of their homes. Also MOOCS gives alternate study opportunities, meaning that students have access to an online university, thus they do not need to enrol in a traditional institution.

 http://opinion.inquirer.net/55095/moocs-for-beginners

 

Sisipho Skweyiya

 

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The Students' Guide to Mind Mapping

The Students' Guide to Mind Mapping | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it
Mind maps are a great tool for education. Find out how to improve your memory, take more effective notes and enhance the results of your studying efforts!

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mariosuarez's curator insight, September 29, 2013 1:50 PM

mapas mentales en el aula...

Say Keng Lee's curator insight, October 7, 2013 10:32 PM

Mind mapping is useful for student achievement, and this article illustrates many possibilities of usage.

Christine Bushong's curator insight, October 28, 2013 9:22 AM
Baiba Svenca's insight:

MindMeister have published a great article on mind mapping with students. The article explains the purpose of mindmapping, describes its uses and benefits, and reminds the teachers that MindMeister's maps can be displayed in Presentation Mode.

 

See the first part of the topic The Teachers’ Guide to Mind Mapping http://www.mindmeister.com/blog/2013/09/10/the-teachers-guide-to-mind-mapping/

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Seven Essentials for Project-Based Learning

Seven Essentials for Project-Based Learning | Tendencias en la Formación Profesional | Scoop.it

A project is meaningful if it fulfills two criteria. First, students must perceive the work as personally meaningful, as a task that matters and that they want to do well. Second, a meaningful project fulfills an educational purpose. Well-designed and well-implemented project-based learning is meaningful in both ways.


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Consejos para utilizar el aprendizaje basado en proyectos en nuestra práctica docente.

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Dr. Debi Ash's curator insight, September 20, 2013 6:23 AM

These essentials are good for post-and secondary settings! 

Nalya Ovshieva's curator insight, September 25, 2013 8:02 AM

The framework for embarking on a successful project.

JennaMRyan's curator insight, December 11, 2013 5:36 PM

In the Educational Leadership Magazine, September 2010 Edition, John LArmer and John R. Mergendoller wrote the article "Seven Essentials ofr Project-Based Learning."  The article opens with a secnario of a teacher plopping a packet of papers on desks saying create a poster on bacteria.  This is a too common "excuse" for a project that lacks meaning and depth.  The process of students' learning and depth of cognitive engagement are more important in PBL than the project.  The seven essentials of PBL  are listed as follows:

1. A Need to Know

2. A Driving Question

3. Student Voice and Choice

4. 21st Century Skills

5. Inquiry and Innovation'

6. Feedback and Revision

7. A Publicly Presented Product

 

In another source curated, the Projects v. PBL, one of the most important differences is that projects get turned in and PBL gets shared with the public, this is consistent with this resource.  Seems like a common thread betwen all these currated sources is this "Need to Know" concept.  All sources agree the project in question needs to stem from a good idea and a good idea is something that is engaging to the kids and sparks the "need" with in them "to know."  The comparison to plopping papers on a desk and making posters with PBL is such a dramatic difference.  I certainly remember making posters for projects in middle school, but if I were to get to make a poster as a component of PBL in my classroom, I'm sure I would have been more intrinsicly motivated and more engaged in the assignment.  I grew from reading this article because I can see seven practical steps and goals for implementing PBL in my future classroom outlined clearly.

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"No matter the outward appearance, a classroom is a complex place, something Carousel Day School well understands. Their focus, since 1956, has been on each child’s unique character and experience.

 

Which is why they reached out to us to sponsor a post about that idea: ways to offer students individual attention in a busy classroom."


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Before Reading or Watching Videos, Students Should Experiment First

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The study’s conclusion suggests that the current model of the flipped classroom should itself be flipped upside down. The researchers advocate the “flipped flipped classroom,” in which videos come after exploration and not before.

 


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La clase al revés, al revés.

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Jim Lerman's curator insight, July 31, 2013 12:21 PM

A very worthy observation.

Dr. Gordon Dahlby's curator insight, August 1, 2013 11:27 AM

and the pendulum swings

Angela C. Dowd's curator insight, August 2, 2013 12:33 PM

Experimenting first sounds good, though I think it depends on the learner and on what is being taught. I like the idea of pushing the envelop to be more inclusive...yet not throwing out things that continue to work (for some types of learners).

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10 Podcasting Projects Every Teacher Should Try

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