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Apuntes de aprendizaje distribuido

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El aprendizaje distribuido es un modelo de instrucción que permite que el instructor, los estudiantes y el contenido se ubiquen en lugares diferentes, no centralizados, para que la instrucción y el aprendizaje puedan ocurrir independientemente del tiempo y el lugar.


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At The Intersection of Innovation and Disruption is People

At The Intersection of Innovation and Disruption is People | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
Innovation……..you know that word that gets tossed around a lot? Well what does it mean, and how can you prepare yourself and your company t
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My Growth Mindset Lessons Usually Go Well, But What I Did Today Was The Best Yet (Student Hand-Outs Included)

My Growth Mindset Lessons Usually Go Well, But What I Did Today Was The Best Yet (Student Hand-Outs Included) | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
I’ve done a variety of different types of lessons over the years about a growth mindset, and you can see most of them at The Best Resources On Helping Our Students Develop A “Growth Mindset” – along with a ton of other related resources.
The one I did today, though, was probably the best one yet.

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#143: Do You Know How To Learn? | Dr. Barbara Oakley - The LEADx Show with Kevin Kruse

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Dr. Barbara Oakley co-teaches the world’s most popular course, “Learning How to Learn,” which is a Massive Open Online Course (or MOOC) with over 2 million students. She is the New York Times bestselling author of Mindshift: Break Through Obstacles to Learning and Discover Your Hidden Potential.
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30 Biographies That Encourage a Growth Mindset | Imagination Soup

30 Biographies That Encourage a Growth Mindset | Imagination Soup | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
We can encourage a growth mindset in children and teens by reading biographies of famous individuals.
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Changing Company Culture Requires a Movement, Not a Mandate

Changing Company Culture Requires a Movement, Not a Mandate | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
Frame the issue in a way that stirs emotion.
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Can Being A Leader Really Damage Your Brain?

Can Being A Leader Really Damage Your Brain? | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
What is it about being a leader that is hazardous to one's mental well-being and decision making? What combats it? The remedies even show how hard it is.
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Carácter: es la motivación interna para hacer lo correcto, no lo conveniente

Carácter: es la motivación interna para hacer lo correcto, no lo conveniente | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
El carácter es la más importante de todas las virtudes, pero requiere coraje, honestidad y lealtad con uno mismo para hacer siempre lo correcto.

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Is Freedom for Everybody?

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This past month, I conversed with a resident of a Muslim country. He commented on how many of his fellow citizens couldn’t understand why Americans thought they were free. “They have all these laws directing them. They can’t drive as fast as they want and they even need the government’s permission to drive (licenses).” Coincidentally,... Read More
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Howard Gardner: “Una mala persona no llega nunca a ser buen profesional”

Howard Gardner: “Una mala persona no llega nunca a ser buen profesional” | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
Por qué cuestiona que la inteligencia es lo que miden los tests?Porque yo soy un científico y hago experimentos y, cuando mido la inteligencia de las personas, descubro que algunas son mu

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Types of Knowledge

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Understanding the different forms that knowledge can exist in, and thereby being able to distinguish between various types of knowledge, is an essential step for knowledge management (KM). For example, it should be fairly evident that the knowledge captured in a document would need to be managed (i.e. stored, retrieved, shared, changed, etc.) in a totally different way than that gathered over the years by an expert craftsman.

Over the centuries many attempts have been made to classify knowledge, and different fields have focused on different dimensions. This has resulted in numerous classifications and distinctions based in philosophy and even religion. Though not directly related to our purpose here, the wikipedia article on knowledge provides some interesting background reading (go to article).

Within business and KM, two types of knowledge are usually defined, namely explicit and tacit knowledge. The former refers to codified knowledge, such as that found in documents, while the latter refers to non codified and often personal/experience-based knowledge.

KM and organisational learning theory almost always take root in the interaction and relationship between these two types of knowledge. This concept has been introduced and developed by Nonaka in the 90's (e.g. Nonaka 1994) and remains a theoretical cornerstone of this discipline. Botha et al (2008) point out that tacit and explicit knowledge should be seen as a spectrum rather than as definitive points. Therefore in practice, all knowledge is a mixture of tacit and explicit elements rather than being one or the other. However, in order to understand knowledge, it is important to define these theoretical opposites.

Some researchers make a further distinction and talk of embedded knowledge. This way, one differentiates between knowledge embodied in people and that embedded in processes, organizational culture, routines, etc. (Horvath 2000). Gamble and Blackwell (2001) use a scale consisting of represented-embodied-embedded knowledge, where the first two closely match the explicit-tacit.

Without question, the most important distinction within KM is between explicit and tacit knowledge. However, I find that the embedded dimension is a valuable addition, since the managerial requirements for this type of knowledge are quite different. For this reason, the discussions on this site will, when relevant, use all three categorizations of knowledge but the focus will always be primarily on the explicit-tacit dimension.

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How your brain decides what is beautiful

How your brain decides what is beautiful | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
Anjan Chatterjee uses tools from evolutionary psychology and cognitive neuroscience to study one of nature's most captivating concepts: beauty. Learn more about the science behind why certain configurations of line, color and form excite us in this fascinating, deep look inside your brain.

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Notes from an Agile Coach and Trainer from Argentina: Carolina Gorosito

Notes from an Agile Coach and Trainer from Argentina: Carolina  Gorosito | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
  Carolina Gorosito is an Agile Coach, Trainer, and Consultant based in Argentina. Resolving conflict makes Carolina proud of her work. Listen to an example of how she resolved a conflict with a team. Find out the one mistake she did as a rookie Scrum Master. She believes remote teams can actually be a good…
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‘Critical Creativity’ | ShelfTalker

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Why keep it in the classroom?
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“An artist has a tendency to resolve aesthetic issues in very similar and predictable ways.” An interview with Mike Berg

“An artist has a tendency to resolve aesthetic issues in very similar and predictable ways.” An interview with Mike Berg | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
www.artdependence.com Arts and Culture Magazine, featuring articles, interviews, book and event reviews.
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The Learning Innovation Cycle

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Disruption is an interesting topic for the same reason that cowboys, gangsters, and villains are interesting. It’s unpredictable. Problematic. Against the grain.

It’s kind of aging as a buzzword in the “education space,” but it’s other-worldly powerful, and there are few things education needs more. How exactly it produces change is less clear, but I thought I’d create a model to think about. First, a quick preface. The iconic vision of disruptive innovation comes from Clayton Christensen, who uses the term to “describe a process by which a product or service takes root initially in simple applications at the bottom of a market and then relentlessly moves up market, eventually displacing established competitors.”

“Companies pursue these “sustaining innovations” at the higher tiers of their markets because this is what has historically helped them succeed: by charging the highest prices to their most demanding and sophisticated customers at the top of the market, companies will achieve the greatest profitability. However, by doing so, companies unwittingly open the door to “disruptive innovations” at the bottom of the market. An innovation that is disruptive allows a whole new population of consumers at the bottom of a market access to a product or service that was historically only accessible to consumers with a lot of money or a lot of skill.”

I usually think of disruption as any change that forces itself substantially on existing power sets. This force causes transfer–a redistribution of something–market share, money, credibility, knowledge, or something we collectively value. Here, in this literal re-vision (seeing again) and neo-vision (seeing new), is where enduring learning innovation can be born.

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A little disruption never did anyone any harm
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Preparing for perpetual beta

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The latest technology gadget or silicon valley ‘disruptive’ business model is merely incremental change. But I am convinced that we are living in the middle of an epochal change. I use David Ronfeldt’s TIMN model (2009) to explain that we are shifting from a tri-form society, where markets dominate, to a quadriform society, where networks dominate. This new societal form will be one of working and learning in perpetual beta.

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The psychological importance of wasting time

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There will always be an endless list of chores to complete and work to do, and a culture of relentless productivity tells us to get to it right away and feel terribly guilty about any time wasted. But the truth is, a life spent dutifully responding to emails is a dull one indeed. And “wasted” time is, in fact, highly fulfilling and necessary.

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We need to take a break and focus on the things which make life worth living.
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Eline Snel: “Una mente no estresada aprende mejor”

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Learning to Learn: You, Too, Can Rewire Your Brain

Learning to Learn: You, Too, Can Rewire Your Brain | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
How an engineering professor who “flunked my way” through high school math and science went on to create the world’s most popular online course.
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Kill Your Old Ideas So You Can Be More Creative

Kill Your Old Ideas So You Can Be More Creative | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
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Why most change management initiatives fail

Why most change management initiatives fail | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
Why do most change management initiatives fail? To many leaders believe that "we" need to change "them" is the way forward - Torben Rick

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Show the way and create alignment to allow people to change themselves.

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Agile for Startups

This presentation was given at the Agile Australia 2011 (http://www.agileaustralia.com/) Startup businesses face significant risk in the search for a sustainab…
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RMP 22: Cheryl Bond - How To Make Good Decisions

RMP 22: Cheryl Bond - How To Make Good Decisions | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
Cheryl Bond is an executive coach, trainer and facilitator. She's been working in the field of training and development for over 20 years, and one of the interesting things about Cheryl is that she uses her understanding of the inside-out nature of life as the foundation of what she does in businesses.
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Diversity and creativity: the link is not as simple as we think - The Globe and Mail

Diversity and creativity: the link is not as simple as we think - The Globe and Mail | A new #management is possible! #coaching | Scoop.it
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