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Free eBook: 158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation

Free eBook: 158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
This year, the question is “How should we do mLearning?”
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Inclusión educativa, la nueva "excelencia" personalizada!

Inclusión educativa, la nueva "excelencia" personalizada! | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
juandon Las tecnologías con el soporte de la Web 2.0 para el aprendizaje colaborativo en un contexto de educación superior, significa un antes y un después... Una revisión de la literatura es neces...

Via Mariano Sbert Balaguer
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alguna reflexiones sobre pensamiento de los docentes...

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La importancia del curador de contenidos o documentalista en la empresa

La importancia del curador de contenidos o documentalista en la empresa | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
La figura del documentalista o curador de contenidos esta en auge debido a la paradoja de la información: la infoxicación.
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Labor quehacemos tod@s, pero que requerirá de acuerdos dentro de nuestras propias organizaciones.

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Brene Brown and the Power of a Vulnerable Leader

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As studied by Brene Brown, entrepreneurs who embrace vulnerability are the ones who are able to take on risks and accept defeat without giving up.

Via Susan Bainbridge
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Very useful insight that really makes a difference in undesrstanding key points for an educational leader. Access  the video at http://youtu.be/X4Qm9cGRub0

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30 Outdated Leadership Practices Holding Your Company Back

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According to the American Society of Training and Development, U.S. businesses spend more than $170 Billion dollars annually on leadership-based curriculum. My question is this; to what end?

Via Susan Bainbridge
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fácilmente traspsable al ámbito educativo

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Doris Palomino's curator insight, July 30, 2013 7:21 AM

It can look simple but it is so clear! I love the fact of focusing on the why, the purpose, and find a way to get "yes" imply that people need to think about what they are doing, and not just producing and producing... Also, the idea that this is a task that cannot be done by one person, collaborate is a must as well as to take the responsibility and develop next practices. 

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Ten tips: How to be a successful leader | Bdaily Business News

Ten tips: How to be a successful leader | Bdaily Business News | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it

Via Susan Bainbridge
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Liderago para asesoras y equipos directivos.

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John Michel's curator insight, July 22, 2013 4:34 PM
The best business leaders need to be firm, decisive, sympathetic and forward-thinking, and it can be hard to strike a balance. People often think that they will be good leaders, but for many senior managers it is often the one area where they are actually really bad. Effective leadership isn’t as easy as it looks and few of us are naturals. But effective leadership can be learned.
Martina Preece's curator insight, July 23, 2013 2:56 AM

...a leader of people needs all these things;  a timely reminder and refresher of what is important in engaging and leading a team, and what we need to aim for to do it better

Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, July 23, 2013 5:21 AM

Hot summer easy-reading reminder to the basics... you can read it anywhere on your smartphone (I myself am writing this on an iPhone...:-))))... during your holiday, in the 5-star all inclusive hotel or in your cottage in the country, in your yacht or on your sailboat...:-))) one or to point could even catch your attention in a new light... good swimming after reading it...:-)))

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27 magical phrases for public speakers

27 magical phrases people should remember when doing their public speach!


Via Eric Van Camp
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For you all.....

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Jacci Lewis's curator insight, September 9, 2013 11:25 AM

Aphorisms often offer good advice...

Anita Vance's curator insight, September 14, 2013 6:54 AM

 a good checklist before we begin...

Marc Woltering's curator insight, October 19, 2013 12:11 AM

Nuttig, vooral als je het ook doorleest.

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Infografía: Curación de Contenidos

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Después de un largo periodo de silencio “blogueril” por motivos que no vienen al caso, hago un pequeño paréntesis para compartir con vosotros esta excelente infografía de Ready4Social...


Via Víctor V. Valera Jiménez, Aida, Sonia C. Alonso
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Dos interesantes infografías sobre lo que supone analizar y difundir contenidos en la web.

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Víctor V. Valera Jiménez's curator insight, July 14, 2013 4:52 PM

Esta #infografia explica de una manera clara y concisa (y en español) que es la curación de contenidos,sus fases (recolección, criba o filtro, elaboración, distribución y análisis), la importancia de la content curation (mejor posicionamiento, buena reputación online y crear una comunidad), los errores más frecuentes que un buen content curator no debe cometer (la información no tiene jugo suficiente o es demasiado general, utilización excesiva y casi exclusiva de keywords o palabras clave en tus publicaciones y no realizar nunca prácticas de “copy+paste”) y las cualidades que ha de tener un buen curador de contenidos (sintético, proactivo, crítico, experto, empático y curioso).

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Learning Theories for the Digital Age

A slidedeck created for the ELESIG webinar on 9 May, 2013 hosted by Nottingham University
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Beyond the LMS – Tools Every E-Learning Provider Should Consider

Beyond the LMS – Tools Every E-Learning Provider Should Consider | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
Is it time to move beyond the LMS? If yes, would you be interested in an e-Learning tool checklist for training providers?
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looking a bit further ...

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Los 5 principios esenciales para gestionar la información externa

La información externa es la materia prima de todas las empresas que en el presente y en el futuro quieran sobrevivir en la economía del conocimiento
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Algunos aspectos concretos sobre el tema. A mí me preocupa más el cómo organizar y compartir de manera eficaz -con etiquetas- lo que vas eligiendo.... El prblema que yo veo a las herramientas que disponemos es la organización coherente de la información ya que la mayoría de llan no dispone de etiquetas ni subcategorías suficientes o adecuadas.

 

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Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, July 2, 2013 4:19 AM

No os perdáis la infografía del post original

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Crea tus cursos eLearning con EasyGenerator Free edition

Crea tus cursos eLearning con EasyGenerator Free edition | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
EasyGenerator es una herramienta  de autor que te permitirá crear tus cursos eLearning de una manera fácil e intuitiva sin saber nada de código. EasyGenerator dispone de una parte “free” que te dar...
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Investiagación para este verano. Si nos gusta primer curso para Navidad.....;-sobre el proceso de escrirtura

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10 Techy Icebreakers for The 21st Century Teacher

10 Techy Icebreakers for The 21st Century Teacher | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Tibshirani
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great resource for training sessions

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FEED THE TEACHER's curator insight, June 26, 2013 11:09 AM

Super cool!

Carmenne K. Thapliyal's curator insight, October 6, 2013 6:31 AM

A list of resources teachers can use

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Coaching: Ten Essential Ideas

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Coaching is a challenging job. Change is often not welcome. Being told what to do often results in compliance, not growth and learning. My recent work and learning as part of PLP’s Connected Coaching course has been different.
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What do you think? 

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9 Stages of Transformational Change

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The "Grief-Then-Growth" Cycle Transformational change just "feels" hard, don't you think? It's an unsettling, unpleasant, "when is life going to return to normal" kind of thing. At least that's the...

Via Susan Bainbridge
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Do you see your teachers at any point of the continuum? Clarifying post

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Linda Alexander's curator insight, August 10, 2013 8:51 AM

It is an interesting take on transformation change that school administrators and others should know---perhaps not everyone's path or experience, but evidentially the process for some folks. 

Mark Taylor's curator insight, August 11, 2013 2:56 PM

J Curve with some new distinctions.

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El Dualismo Del Liderazgo

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En la vida y en el liderazgo, estamos constantemente tratando con la dualidad.

"Para aprender, hay que ser curioso. Para liderar, debemos tener seguidores. Para ser fuerte, hay que ser vulnerable. Para dar, tenemos que recibir".

 

Como a principios del siglo XX los líderes , nosotros necesitamos comprender que nosotros nos estamos moviendo hacia un NUEVO concepto de ética , uno que esté constuyendo hacia una situación de dualismo. [...]


Via Jordi Carrió Jamilà
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Yo creo queen el liderazgo si quieres recibir (conocimiento, colaboración, sugerenciasa de mejora...) primero hay que dar.......De todos modos hay un libro, de hace veinte años......¡uf!..... que explica bien el tema   'La Paradoja' de James C. Hunter, 1996.

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Jordi Carrió Jamilà's curator insight, June 21, 2013 11:39 PM

"Para aprender, hay que ser curioso. Para liderar, debemos tener seguidores. Para ser fuerte, hay que ser vulnerable. Para dar, tenemos que recibir."


Muy interesante reflexión de Ricard Lloria - ¡Felicitats Ricard!!!

Begoña Iturgaitz's comment, August 2, 2013 3:25 PM
gracias Jordi.
Ricard Lloria's comment, November 29, 2013 2:59 AM
Moltes gràcies Jordi, Muchas gracias Jordi.! Me alegra que te haya gustado
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El perfil del docente como facilitador en los nuevos modelos de aprendizaje en red

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El perfil del docente como facilitador en los nuevos modelos de aprendizaje en red

Via Ramon Aragon, Mariano Fernandez S.
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Artículoque introoduce y clarifiva conceptos básico sobre la evolución de los docentes y su adaptación al contexto eskola XXI.

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Microcursos, una idea para la formación del profesorado | Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la educación | Educa con TIC

Microcursos, una idea para la formación del profesorado | Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la educación | Educa con TIC | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
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Muy nuevo no es, pero si muy interesante.

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Communities of practice...

Communities of practice... | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
I was chatting this week with a new teacher who told me there were no opportunities for learning at her previous school. Her comment got me thinking about the culture of learning that we have estab...

Via juandoming, Nicolás Dominguez, Marta Braylan
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Hace ya mucho tiempo, desde el minuto tres exactamente, que yo dejé de creerme el papel de la asesora como aquella que va repartiendo perlas de sabiduría por el árido campo de los centros educativos. Si queremos tener algún tipo de influencia y que la innovación llegue al alumnado más necesitado de apoyo y ayuda (de cualquier tipo), más vale que cambiemos de modelo. La reflexión siguiente ayuda, creo, a clarificar ideaas y así hay que entenderla como punto de partida para elabora vuestro model propio (el que os y les sirva para ayudar a la mejora de esas aulas o esos centros)

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55 Content Curation Tools To Discover & Share Digital Content

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55 Content Curation Tools To Discover & Share Digital Content

Via Susana Ari
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Imprescidiblepara nosotr@s quenos dedicamos a analizar y pasar información.¿ El debate sería cuál es la más adecuada? 

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Curators as Filter Feeders and Ecosystem Engineers: You Are What You Link To


Via Robin Good
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Robin Good's curator insight, July 14, 2013 3:39 AM



Back in 2003 visionary artist Anne-Marie Schleiner wrote an inspiring paper entitled "Fluidities and Oppositions among Curators, Filter Feeders and Future Artists" describing the future role of online curators as nature's own filter feeders.


Anne-Marie is clearly referring to curators to and filter feeder in art world, but her rightful intuitions are equivalently applicable to the larger world of information, data, digital and content curation as well.


But let me explain better.


First. The term "filter feeders" is used in nature to describe a group of animals which thrives on its ability to filter organic matter floating around them.


From Wikipedia: "Filter feeders are animals that feed by straining suspended matter and food particles from water, typically by passing the water over a specialized filtering structure.


Some animals that use this method of feeding are clams, krill, sponges, baleen whales, and many fish (including some sharks). Some birds, such as flamingos, are also filter feeders.


Filter feeders can play an important role in clarifying water, and are therefore considered ecosystem engineers."


From Wikipedia: "In marine environments, filter feeders and plankton are ecosystem engineers because they alter turbidity and light penetration, controlling the depth at which photosynthesis can occur.[4]"


Second. If you re-read this last sentence slowly and look at what it could mean if applied to the field of content curation, it would read to me something like this:


"In large information ecosystems like the web, filter feeders/content curators and content itself are ecosystem engineers because they:


a) directly influence our ability to inform ourselves effectively and to discern truth from false and useless info (turbidity) 


b) shed light and clarity on different subjects which would otherwise remain obscure (light penetration)


c) determine our ability to make sense of our own generated information streams (photosynthesis)."


A very inspiring parallel indeed, giving a way to visualize the true importance and role that curation, disenfranchised from the confines of museums and art galleries, could have on the planetary information ecosystem.


Anne-Marie writes: "Most web sites contain hyperlinks to other sites, distributed throughout the site or in a "favorites" section.


Each of these favorite links sections serves as a kind of gallery, remapping other web sites as its own contents.


Every web site owner is thus a curator and a cultural critic, creating chains of meaning through association, comparison and juxtaposition, parts or whole of which can in turn serve as fodder for another web site's "gallery."


Site maintainers become operational filter feeders, feeding of other filter feeders sites and filtering others' sites.


Links are contextualized, interpreted and "filtered" through criticism and comments about them, and also by placement in the topology of a site.


The deeper a link is buried, the harder it may be to find, the closer to the surface and the frontpage, the more prominent it becomes, as any web designer can attest to.


I am what I link to and what I am shifts over time as I link to different sites...


...


In the process, I invest my identity in my collection - I become how I filter."



Anne-Marie vision (2003), pure and uninfluenced by what we have seen emerge in the last few years, paints a very inspiring picture of the true role of content curators and of the key responsibility they do hold for humanity's future.



Inspiring. Visionary. Right on the mark. 10/10


Original PDF: http://opensorcery.net/opposition.pdf 



(Thanks to Emma Watermann and her post, who has helped me discover this gem)




David Álvarez's curator insight, July 17, 2013 12:12 AM

Robin Good's insight:

 

Back in 2003 visionary artist Anne-Marie Schleiner wrote an inspiring paper entitled "Fluidities and Oppositions among Curators, Filter Feeders and Future Artists" describing the future role of online curators as nature's own filter feeders.

 

Anne-Marie is clearly referring to curators to and filter feeder in art world, but her rightful intuitions are equivalently applicable to the larger world of information, data, digital and content curation as well.

 

But let me explain better.

 

First. The term "filter feeders" is used in nature to describe a group of animals which thrives on its ability to filter organic matter floating around them.

 

From Wikipedia: "Filter feeders are animals that feed by straining suspended matter and food particles from water, typically by passing the water over a specialized filtering structure.

 

Some animals that use this method of feeding areclams, krill, sponges, baleen whales, and many fish(including some sharks). Some birds, such as flamingos, are also filter feeders.

 

Filter feeders can play an important role in clarifying water, and are therefore consideredecosystem engineers."

 

From Wikipedia: "In marine environments, filter feeders and plankton are ecosystem engineers because they alter turbidity and light penetration, controlling the depth at which photosynthesis can occur.[4]"

 

Second. If you re-read this last sentence slowly and look at what it could mean if applied to the field of content curation, it would read to me something like this:

 

"In large information ecosystems like the web, filter feeders/content curators and content itself are ecosystem engineers because they:

 

a) directly influence our ability to inform ourselves effectively and to discern truth from false and useless info (turbidity) 

 

b) shed light and clarity on different subjects which would otherwise remain obscure (light penetration)

 

c) determine our ability to make sense of our own generated information streams (photosynthesis)."

 

A very inspiring parallel indeed, giving a way to visualize the true importance and role that curation, disenfranchised from the confines of museums and art galleries, could have on the planetary information ecosystem.

 

Anne-Marie writes: "Most web sites contain hyperlinks to other sites, distributed throughout the site or in a "favorites" section.

 

Each of these favorite links sections serves as a kind of gallery, remapping other web sites as its own contents.

 

Every web site owner is thus a curator and a cultural critic, creating chains of meaning through association, comparison and juxtaposition, parts or whole of which can in turn serve as fodder for another web site's "gallery."

 

Site maintainers become operational filter feeders, feeding of other filter feeders sites and filtering others' sites.

 

Links are contextualized, interpreted and "filtered" through criticism and comments about them, and also by placement in the topology of a site.

 

The deeper a link is buried, the harder it may be to find, the closer to the surface and the frontpage, the more prominent it becomes, as any web designer can attest to.

 

I am what I link to and what I am shifts over time as I link to different sites...

 

...

 

In the process, I invest my identity in my collection - I become how I filter."

 

 

Anne-Marie vision (2003), pure and uninfluenced by what we have seen emerge in the last few years, paints a very inspiring picture of the true role of content curators and of the key responsibility they do hold for humanity's future.

 

 

Inspiring. Visionary. Right on the mark. 10/10

 

Original PDF: http://opensorcery.net/opposition.pdf 

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70 herramientas para monitorear las redes sociales | Relpe

70 herramientas para monitorear las redes sociales | Relpe | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
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yo no estoy completamente segura de la relación entre escuela y redes sociales, pero, desdde luego, creo que resultan cada vez más imprescindibles para la formación de los docentes. Es ésta la razón de incluir un post de este tipo.

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Legal issues in LMS (Edulearn 2013)

Learning management systems (LMS) are commonly used in many universities. Teachers develop many courses in these pedagogical environment. Ten years ago, these o
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what to do with copyrighted/ copyleft materials..

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Free Technology for Teachers: Fair Use, Copyright, and Educational Blogging

Free Technology for Teachers: Fair Use, Copyright, and Educational Blogging | TfT- Training for Trainers- Gogoetak | Scoop.it
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Some thought on reusing other's materials

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Hacerlo distinto marca la diferencia

La rutina nos produce seguridad y comodidad, nos sitúa en la llamada “zona de confort” y salir de ella implica incertidumbre, riesgo y la posibilidad de equivocarse.
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'Cuando decidimos abordar algo que nos supone un reto o un desafío, estamos a punto de establecernos un nuevo límite.' .......ideas a la hora de tratar con la innovación


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