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« Transmettre les compétences clés du XXIe siècle » | #ModernEDU #ModernLEARNing

« Transmettre les compétences clés du XXIe siècle » | #ModernEDU #ModernLEARNing | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

Si l’école se concentre sur la mémorisation et le calcul, l’homme sera un jour dépassé par la machine, prévient François Taddei. D’où la nécessité d’enseigner à l’école coopération, créativité, communication, critique constructive et compassion.

 

François Taddei

Polytechnicien, directeur de recherche à l’Inserm, auteur du livre Apprendre au XXIe siècle (1)

La Croix  : La diffusion du numérique marque-t-elle une rupture dans l’histoire de l’école ?

François Taddei : Avec le numérique, l’école ne fait pas table rase du passé. Elle s’enrichit de nouvelles possibilités pédagogiques, suivant une évolution graduelle et hétérogène. Certains professeurs recourent beaucoup à ces outils, d’autres moins. De même, certains vont utiliser un tableau blanc interactif sans abandonner leurs méthodes d’enseignement très frontales.

Il n’empêche, les technologies de l’information et de la communication pour l’enseignement démultiplient les opportunités. En 1920, Célestin Freinet utilisait l’imprimerie pour permettre à la classe de communiquer avec le reste du monde. Aujourd’hui, le numérique permet de décloisonner instantanément la classe, par exemple en lui permettant de rédiger collectivement de courts textes postés sur Twitter.

De plus, on a accès, avec Internet, à une masse infinie d’informations situées hors des murs de l’école, à une multitude d’interactions avec l’extérieur. Si un enseignant et ses élèves s’intéressent au climat, ils peuvent aujourd’hui entrer en contact avec des chercheurs en mission dans ­l’Antarctique !

 

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Si l’école se concentre sur la mémorisation et le calcul, l’homme sera un jour dépassé par la machine, prévient François Taddei. D’où la nécessité d’enseigner à l’école coopération, créativité, communication, critique constructive et compassion.

 

François Taddei

Polytechnicien, directeur de recherche à l’Inserm, auteur du livre Apprendre au XXIe siècle (1)

La Croix  : La diffusion du numérique marque-t-elle une rupture dans l’histoire de l’école ?

François Taddei : Avec le numérique, l’école ne fait pas table rase du passé. Elle s’enrichit de nouvelles possibilités pédagogiques, suivant une évolution graduelle et hétérogène. Certains professeurs recourent beaucoup à ces outils, d’autres moins. De même, certains vont utiliser un tableau blanc interactif sans abandonner leurs méthodes d’enseignement très frontales.

Il n’empêche, les technologies de l’information et de la communication pour l’enseignement démultiplient les opportunités. En 1920, Célestin Freinet utilisait l’imprimerie pour permettre à la classe de communiquer avec le reste du monde. Aujourd’hui, le numérique permet de décloisonner instantanément la classe, par exemple en lui permettant de rédiger collectivement de courts textes postés sur Twitter.

De plus, on a accès, avec Internet, à une masse infinie d’informations situées hors des murs de l’école, à une multitude d’interactions avec l’extérieur. Si un enseignant et ses élèves s’intéressent au climat, ils peuvent aujourd’hui entrer en contact avec des chercheurs en mission dans ­l’Antarctique !

 

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https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Modern+Learning

 

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Le désir d’apprendre : un oublié de l’école… - Ecole changer de cap! 

Le désir d’apprendre : un oublié de l’école… - Ecole changer de cap!  | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

Motiver ?


Depuis la fin du XIXème siècle, de nombreux de pédagogues ont avancé des propositions pour donner vie et force au désir d’apprendre. Alfred Binet, pédagogue et psychologue français, plus connu pour ses tests, écrivait par exemple en 1902 dans son livre « Les idées modernes sur les enfants » :

 : « Au lieu de lui expliquer des idées, il vaut mieux les lui faire trouver ; au lieu de lui donner des ordres, il vaut mieux lui laisser la spontanéité de ses actes, et n’intervenir que pour contrôler ». Il ajoutait plus loin : « Entrez dans une classe ; si vous voyez les élèves immobiles, écoutant sans peine un maître agité qui pérore dans sa chaire, ou encore vous voyez ces enfants, copier, écrire le cours que le maître leur dicte, dites-vous que c’est de la mauvaise pédagogie. J’aime mieux une classe où je verrais des enfants moins silencieux, plus bruyants mais occupés à faire le travail le plus modeste, pourvu que ce soit un travail où ils mettent un effort personnel, un travail qui est leur œuvre, qui exige un peu de réflexion, de jugement et de goût. »

Depuis la mise en place des écoles actives voici plus d’un siècle, l’activité justement et l’autonomie de l’élève, son plaisir de découvrir par lui-même, de se questionner et de chercher sont recommandés comme les meilleurs agents de la motivation. Les questions nourrissent la curiosité et entraînent la dynamique du « connaître ». Les attentes de l’enfant, ses projets jouent un rôle moteur, auquel contribuent fondamentalement la confiance dans ses compétence intellectuelles et l’estime de soi, que notre système scolaire met particulièrement à mal.

 

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Motiver ?


Depuis la fin du XIXème siècle, de nombreux de pédagogues ont avancé des propositions pour donner vie et force au désir d’apprendre. Alfred Binet, pédagogue et psychologue français, plus connu pour ses tests, écrivait par exemple en 1902 dans son livre « Les idées modernes sur les enfants » :

 : « Au lieu de lui expliquer des idées, il vaut mieux les lui faire trouver ; au lieu de lui donner des ordres, il vaut mieux lui laisser la spontanéité de ses actes, et n’intervenir que pour contrôler ». Il ajoutait plus loin : « Entrez dans une classe ; si vous voyez les élèves immobiles, écoutant sans peine un maître agité qui pérore dans sa chaire, ou encore vous voyez ces enfants, copier, écrire le cours que le maître leur dicte, dites-vous que c’est de la mauvaise pédagogie. J’aime mieux une classe où je verrais des enfants moins silencieux, plus bruyants mais occupés à faire le travail le plus modeste, pourvu que ce soit un travail où ils mettent un effort personnel, un travail qui est leur œuvre, qui exige un peu de réflexion, de jugement et de goût. »

Depuis la mise en place des écoles actives voici plus d’un siècle, l’activité justement et l’autonomie de l’élève, son plaisir de découvrir par lui-même, de se questionner et de chercher sont recommandés comme les meilleurs agents de la motivation. Les questions nourrissent la curiosité et entraînent la dynamique du « connaître ». Les attentes de l’enfant, ses projets jouent un rôle moteur, auquel contribuent fondamentalement la confiance dans ses compétence intellectuelles et l’estime de soi, que notre système scolaire met particulièrement à mal.

 

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Pistes pédagogiques pour mettre l'éducation aux médias au service de l'éducation à la philosophie et la citoyenneté. Vive les écrans actifs ! - CLEMI.FUN...
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Articuler éducation aux médias et citoyenneté : u… – Lien social et Politiques –

Articuler éducation aux médias et citoyenneté : une analyse du Programme de formation de l’école québécoise préscolaire-primaire. Un article de la revue Lien social et Politiques (Citoyenneté des enfants et des adolescents) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

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MEMORYA - Jeu documentaire scientifique sur la mémoire

MEMORYA - Jeu documentaire scientifique sur la mémoire | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

MEMORYA est une exploration ludique des multiples facettes de la mémoire, avec l’éclairage de la science d’aujourd’hui.


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Bhushan THAPLIYAL's curator insight, April 1, 4:48 AM

Excellent ! 

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The animal section has good info for Biodiversity unit (grade 6 Science). 
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CRÉER UN ESCAPE GAME PÉDAGOGIQUE, MODE D’EMPLOI !

CRÉER UN ESCAPE GAME PÉDAGOGIQUE, MODE D’EMPLOI ! | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it
  Le concept Vous ne savez pas ce que le terme Escape Game ou Escape the Room veut dire ? On vous explique tout sur ce concept qui a été créé au Japon, comme son nom ne l’indique… pas �. À l’origine, les Escape Games étaient virtuels : un jeu vidéo où il est question de …

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PikWizard : un moteur de recherche avec des milliers de photos libres de droits

PikWizard : un moteur de recherche avec des milliers de photos libres de droits | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

Si comme nous, vous êtes constamment à la recherche de nouvelles sources de photos libres de droits, notre dernière trouvaille devrait vous intéresser. PikWizard est en effet un moteur de recherche complet qui propose des milliers de photos référencées. Celles-ci sont au format CC0 (Creative Commons Zero) qui permet une utilisation sans attribuer de sources. Certaines photos autorisent une utilisation éditoriale et commerciale, d’autres uniquement une utilisation éditoriale.


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15 sites pour se former en ligne gratuitement

15 sites pour se former en ligne gratuitement | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

À l’occasion de notre semaine spéciale dédiée à la formation des professionnels du web, nous vous avons préparé une sélection de sites et ressources pour vous former. Ces différents sites sont des spécialistes de la formation qui offrent des contenus de qualité et gratuits. Nous avons aussi ajouté des formations proposées par Facebook, Google et Twitter. Elles permettent en effet d’être opérationnel professionnellement sur leurs outils. Vous connaissez d’autres ressources de qualité ? N’hésitez pas à les ajouter en commentaire. Et pour toutes vos formations, n’oubliez évidemment pas d’utiliser Helloskills, LA ressource formation des professionnels du web !


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How to Become and Remain a Transformational Teacher

How to Become and Remain a Transformational Teacher | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it
Transformational teachers share best practices, build mentoring relationships, observe their peers, keep things fresh, model their subject's usefulness, and demonstrate caring beyond what they teach.

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Transformational teachers share best practices, build mentoring relationships, observe their peers, keep things fresh, model their subject's usefulness, and demonstrate caring beyond what they teach.

 

Constantly Share Best Practices

Find a Trusted Mentor

Commit to Classroom Observations

Change Things Up

Model the Usefulness of What You Teach

Caring Beyond What You Teach

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Very relevant towards being a facilitator in corporate associate development.

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How to Become and Remain a Transformational Teacher
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200 universities just launched 600 free online courses. Here’s the full list.

200 universities just launched 600 free online courses. Here’s the full list. | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.

In the past six years or so, close to 800 universities have created more than 8,000 of these MOOCs. And I’ve been keeping track of these MOOCs the entire time over at Class Central, ever since they rose to prominence.


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Guide de la sécurité des données personnelles | CNIL

Guide de la sécurité des données personnelles | CNIL | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

Pour aider les professionnels dans la mise en conformité à la loi Informatique et Liberté et au règlement général sur la protection des données, ce guide rappelle les précautions élémentaires qui devraient être mises en œuvre de façon systématique.


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7 Qualities That Promote Teacher Leadership in Schools | #ProfessionalDevelopment #Collaboration 

7 Qualities That Promote Teacher Leadership in Schools | #ProfessionalDevelopment #Collaboration  | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it
There’s a growing consensus among students, parents, teachers and education leaders that the current education system isn’t appropriately preparing young people for the future. Many districts are looking toward technology to patch the disconnect, but several recent reports indicate that technology alone cannot fix the ailing system.

High-quality teachers are essential to learning environments that consider each student as a unique, individual learner, but very few schools have good systems in place to support teachers learning together and sharing their expertise.

 

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There’s a growing consensus among students, parents, teachers and education leaders that the current education system isn’t appropriately preparing young people for the future. Many districts are looking toward technology to patch the disconnect, but several recent reports indicate that technology alone cannot fix the ailing system.

High-quality teachers are essential to learning environments that consider each student as a unique, individual learner, but very few schools have good systems in place to support teachers learning together and sharing their expertise.

 

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https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Collaborative+Teacher

 

Presenters's curator insight, November 30, 2017 2:58 AM
Los años de escuela son muy importantes, ya que la labor de los docentes es empezar a moldear los principales valores que definirán a los alumnos. 
Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, November 30, 2017 3:31 AM
Geef elke leerkracht medeverantwoordelijkheid voor het schoolbeleid. 
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LEARNing By Doing-A MUST in Modern EDUcation for BEST Results | #ModernLEARNing #PracTICE

LEARNing By Doing-A MUST in Modern EDUcation for BEST Results | #ModernLEARNing #PracTICE | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

LEARNing By Doing-A MUST in Modern EDUcation for BEST Results. Let us START with a Chinese proverb from Confucius <===> I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. Already more than 1500 years ago, this wise man was talking about "Learning By Doing". Please check below: .…

 

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LEARNing By Doing-A MUST in Modern EDUcation for BEST Results. Let us START with a Chinese proverb from Confucius <===> I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. Already more than 1500 years ago, this wise man was talking about "Learning By Doing". Please check below: .…

 

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The Definitive Guide to Personal Branding | BrandYourself

The Definitive Guide to Personal Branding | BrandYourself | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

In my last tutorial we were talking about #PersonalBranding:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2018/06/13/first-steps-with-the-arduino-uno-r3-maker-makered-coding-badge-with-2-8%E2%80%B3-tft-touch-screen-with-sdcard/

 

What Is Personal Branding:


When we talk about "personal branding" we are referring to establishing and promoting what you stand for. Your personal brand is the unique combination of skills and experiences that make you you. Effective personal branding will differentiate you from other professionals in your field.

A Brand Can Be Anything


We’re used to thinking about brands in relationship to companies and products - think McDonald’s or Apple. But nowadays, anything can be a brand. Even as an individual, you have a personal brand.

So what is your personal brand? Whether you’re known for your snaps or you’re still using a typewriter, you have a brand that exists both on and offline.

Luckily, there are a lot of great tools and resources out there to help you with the personal branding process. Use them to leave the right impression on people who look you up online.

The idea of personal branding makes some people uncomfortable. But, if you don’t take control of your personal brand online, then you are missing out on opportunities and letting others control your narrative.

At BrandYourself, we believe that personal branding should be accessible to everyone. That’s why we created this guide - to help you through the process of building your personal brand online.

While the specific circumstances and goals vary by individual, the overall concepts and process are still be relevant to everyone.

 

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https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Personal+Branding

 


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In my last tutorial we were talking about #PersonalBranding:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2018/06/13/first-steps-with-the-arduino-uno-r3-maker-makered-coding-badge-with-2-8%E2%80%B3-tft-touch-screen-with-sdcard/

 

What Is Personal Branding:


When we talk about "personal branding" we are referring to establishing and promoting what you stand for. Your personal brand is the unique combination of skills and experiences that make you you. Effective personal branding will differentiate you from other professionals in your field.

A Brand Can Be Anything


We’re used to thinking about brands in relationship to companies and products - think McDonald’s or Apple. But nowadays, anything can be a brand. Even as an individual, you have a personal brand.

So what is your personal brand? Whether you’re known for your snaps or you’re still using a typewriter, you have a brand that exists both on and offline.

Luckily, there are a lot of great tools and resources out there to help you with the personal branding process. Use them to leave the right impression on people who look you up online.

The idea of personal branding makes some people uncomfortable. But, if you don’t take control of your personal brand online, then you are missing out on opportunities and letting others control your narrative.

 

At BrandYourself, we believe that personal branding should be accessible to everyone. That’s why we created this guide - to help you through the process of building your personal brand online.

While the specific circumstances and goals vary by individual, the overall concepts and process are still be relevant to everyone.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Personal+Branding

 

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You can brand yourself!
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Metacognition and self-regulated learning | Education Endowment Foundation | #LEARNing2LEARN

Metacognition and self-regulated learning | Education Endowment Foundation | #LEARNing2LEARN | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

What does this guidance cover?


This guidance report is relevant to the teaching of all students, within any subject area. Most of the examples included are from Key Stages 1 to 4, where the research is strongest. It introduces a simplified framework for self-regulated learning and metacognition.

In due course, we will publish a more detailed research review exploring the subject in more depth; this is an area of academic discussion that may be of interest to some teachers. Here, however, we have simplified the frameworks to allow for ease of understanding and use in real-world settings—we focus on what the evidence says about what teachers can do to develop these skills. Often the research evidence is generic and hard to interpret; by giving specific examples we have tried to bring the work alive for teachers (but this means they are less directly supported by strong evidence).

This guidance draws on a review of the evidence about self-regulated learning and metacognition led by Professor Daniel Muijs and Dr Christian Bokhove (University of Southampton). It is not a new study in itself, but rather is intended as an accessible overview of existing research with clear, actionable guidance. More information about the review and the process is at the end of the review. Some key references are included here; for those wishing to explore the subject in more depth, the forthcoming report will contain a more comprehensive reference section.

 

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What does this guidance cover?


This guidance report is relevant to the teaching of all students, within any subject area. Most of the examples included are from Key Stages 1 to 4, where the research is strongest. It introduces a simplified framework for self-regulated learning and metacognition.

In due course, we will publish a more detailed research review exploring the subject in more depth; this is an area of academic discussion that may be of interest to some teachers. Here, however, we have simplified the frameworks to allow for ease of understanding and use in real-world settings—we focus on what the evidence says about what teachers can do to develop these skills. Often the research evidence is generic and hard to interpret; by giving specific examples we have tried to bring the work alive for teachers (but this means they are less directly supported by strong evidence).

This guidance draws on a review of the evidence about self-regulated learning and metacognition led by Professor Daniel Muijs and Dr Christian Bokhove (University of Southampton). It is not a new study in itself, but rather is intended as an accessible overview of existing research with clear, actionable guidance. More information about the review and the process is at the end of the review. Some key references are included here; for those wishing to explore the subject in more depth, the forthcoming report will contain a more comprehensive reference section.

 

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https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Metacognition

 

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Citoyenneté numérique

Citoyenneté numérique | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it
10 conseils et outils indispensables pour bien protéger vos données personnelles. Identité et citoyenneté numérique — Enseigner avec le numérique. Twitter. 1.
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Moose : Un pack de photos libres de droits, + 5900 photos à télécharger en une fois

Moose : Un pack de photos libres de droits, + 5900 photos à télécharger en une fois | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

Aujourd'hui on vous propose un pack complet qui risque de vous faire oublier vos banques d'images préférées. Le groupe Icons8 lance un nouveau site dédié aux photos libres de droits avec la possibilité de télécharger l'ensemble des images en une fois.


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Merci beaucoup pour ces ressources
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Mon plaisir...
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We Need to Modernize Education. The Clock Is Ticking | #ModernEDU #ModernLEARNing #LEARNing2LEARN

We Need to Modernize Education. The Clock Is Ticking | #ModernEDU #ModernLEARNing #LEARNing2LEARN | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

Flipping the curriculum could help us meet the demands of the artificial-intelligence era

Technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, and biotech are redefining what it means to be human—and employable.

Jobs are disappearing as automation replaces the need for people. New occupations are emerging that demand competencies that can transfer across the multiple assignments workers will experience in their lives. The disappearance of global boundaries presents opportunities—and risks—for all workers.

These changes demand a significant, ambitious evolution in how we prepare students for their future in a world that's increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. We need a relevant and modernized education.

 

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laustenreed's curator insight, March 8, 3:48 PM

Looking into the future Of Distance Education. Is this reality?

Chong Jiaxuan's comment, March 9, 9:58 AM
According to the article, education now focusses more on information and data, followed by understanding and knowledge, and in last place, transfer of expertise. However, in the future, when artificial intelligence becomes common, education needs to focus on transfer of expertise before everything else. I feel that this is rather true. Knowledge of events and subjects might give you a boost in your career, but what is more important is the skills to learn, which is the transfer of expertise. Education needs to shift in order to meet this demand of skills needed in the future.
Julián David Cano's curator insight, March 20, 7:14 PM
It can be evidenced that a lot of aspects of education continue being as traditional as always. Nevertheless, I must highlight that nowadays people are becoming aware about the importance of incorporating technology into the classrooms. Although people are becoming aware, taking advantage of technology to improve the learning process is still a challenge.

This article is really interesting due to the fact that it provides specific examples of skills needed in this century, and that can be achieved through the use of technological devices. Also, this article made me think about my role as a future teacher and the responsibility to start making little changes into the classrooms in order to improve education and contribute positive aspects to it. it is clear that the article makes a direct relationship about technology and education, and how to prepare students to deal with the 21st century skills.
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11 Ways to Make Learning Easier | Social Learning | #ModernLEARNing #SocialMedia #PLN #PKM

11 Ways to Make Learning Easier | Social Learning | #ModernLEARNing #SocialMedia #PLN #PKM | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it
Learning doesn't have to be a "loner" experience.


Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky suggested that knowledge is constructed through our interactions with others.
MOOCs (Massive Open Online Learning) leverage our inherent social needs by bringing people together to learn the same material in a virtual group. Students can express what they're feeling and experiencing with others in a shared space, making the learning journey more enjoyable and less daunting.

 

As people gain confidence, they often enjoy friendly competition with fellow learners to push themselves to compete exercises and assignments. Recognition is part of our need for building self-esteem—and some courses have gamification built in to reward student accomplishments and community helpfulness.

 

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Learning doesn't have to be a "loner" experience.


Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky suggested that knowledge is constructed through our interactions with others.
MOOCs (Massive Open Online Learning) leverage our inherent social needs by bringing people together to learn the same material in a virtual group. Students can express what they're feeling and experiencing with others in a shared space, making the learning journey more enjoyable and less daunting.

 

As people gain confidence, they often enjoy friendly competition with fellow learners to push themselves to compete exercises and assignments. Recognition is part of our need for building self-esteem—and some courses have gamification built in to reward student accomplishments and community helpfulness.

 

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https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Social+Learning

 

Doug Reid's curator insight, February 13, 1:23 AM

This is an interesting intro to social constructionism as it applies to eLearning.  I hope the MOOCs do what they suggest and are not just an attempt to throw jargon out there.

Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, February 15, 6:02 AM
Laat je niet overdonderen door het feit dat het er elf zijn. Van zodra je er enkele uitkiest en toepast kun je (leer)winst boeken. 
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4 Skills Great Innovators Share by Greg Satell | #Innovation

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If creativity is about having unique ideas and new ways to do things, innovation is all about making those ideas happen.

In that sense, the bridge between creativity and innovation is made from the bricks of execution. That is when the rubber meets the road.

One of the key characteristics of someone who innovates is that they run small pilots to test their hypothesis. When they encounter ideas (or interesting intersections of already existing ideas), they tinker with the idea, execute in small chunks and learn along the way to adapt. They understand that to make a few things work, they have to try, fail and learn from many other things. They have to collaborate and network with others. They have to be comfortable with ambiguity and chaos when they experiment.

 

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If creativity is about having unique ideas and new ways to do things, innovation is all about making those ideas happen.

In that sense, the bridge between creativity and innovation is made from the bricks of execution. That is when the rubber meets the road.

One of the key characteristics of someone who innovates is that they run small pilots to test their hypothesis. When they encounter ideas (or interesting intersections of already existing ideas), they tinker with the idea, execute in small chunks and learn along the way to adapt. They understand that to make a few things work, they have to try, fail and learn from many other things. They have to collaborate and network with others. They have to be comfortable with ambiguity and chaos when they experiment.

 

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https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=innovation

 

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We are a technology inspired and knowledge-based Website Design & Digital Marketing agency, offering a proven solution for all types of businesses. 

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Commission Européenne - New measures to boost key competences and digital skills, as well as the European dimension of education

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New measures to boost key competences and digital skills, as well as the European dimension of education
Brussels, 17 January 2018

To follow up on the Gothenburg Summit, the European Commission has today adopted new initiatives to improve key competences and digital skills of European citizens, to promote common values and pupils' awareness of the functioning of the European Union.

The new proposals come only two months after European Heads of State and Government discussed education, training and culture at the Gothenburg Summit in November 2017. They are intended to reduce socio-economic inequalities, whilst sustaining competitiveness in order to build a more united, stronger and more democratic Europe.

 

The three initiatives proposed by the Commission are:

1. A Council Recommendation on Key Competences for Lifelong Learning: Building on the Recommendation on Key Competences adopted in 2006, this proposal brings forward important updates reflecting the rapid evolution of teaching and learning since then. It aims to improve the development of key competences of people of all ages throughout their lives and to provide guidance to Member States on how to achieve this objective. A particular focus is placed on promoting entrepreneurial drive and innovation-oriented mindsets in order to unlock personal potential, creativity and self-initiative. Moreover, the Commission is recommending steps to foster competences in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and motivate more young people to embark on a career in these fields. The proposals made today should also be seen as part of the answer to urgently improve European education systems to face the many challenges highlighted in the latest PISA survey. More generally, the measures will support Member States in better preparing learners for changing labour markets and for active citizenship in more diverse, mobile, digital and global societies.

 

2. A Digital Education Action Plan that outlines how the EU can help people, educational institutions and education systems better adapt to life and work in an age of rapid digital change by:

making better use of digital technology for teaching and learning;

developing the digital competences and skills needed for living and working in an age of digital transformation; and

improving education through better data analysis and foresight.

Initiatives include supporting schools with high-speed broadband connections, scaling up a new self-assessment tool for schools on the use of technology for teaching and learning (SELFIE) and a public awareness campaign on online safety, media literacy and cyber hygiene.

 

3. A Council Recommendation on common values, inclusive education and the European dimension of teaching: This initiative proposes ways in which education can help young people understand the importance of and adhere to common values set out in Article 2 of the Treaty of the European Union. It aims at strengthening social cohesion and contributing to fight the rise of populism, xenophobia, divisive nationalism and the spreading of fake news. The proposal also strengthens inclusive education to promote quality education for all pupils as well as the European dimension of teaching, so children also learn about Europe's common heritage and diversity and get a good understanding of the functioning of the EU. To support these aims, the Commission will take steps to increase virtual exchanges among schools, notably through the successful e-Twinning network, and boost school mobility through the Erasmus+ programme.

 

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New measures to boost key competences and digital skills, as well as the European dimension of education
Brussels, 17 January 2018

To follow up on the Gothenburg Summit, the European Commission has today adopted new initiatives to improve key competences and digital skills of European citizens, to promote common values and pupils' awareness of the functioning of the European Union.

The new proposals come only two months after European Heads of State and Government discussed education, training and culture at the Gothenburg Summit in November 2017. They are intended to reduce socio-economic inequalities, whilst sustaining competitiveness in order to build a more united, stronger and more democratic Europe.

 

The three initiatives proposed by the Commission are:

1. A Council Recommendation on Key Competences for Lifelong Learning: Building on the Recommendation on Key Competences adopted in 2006, this proposal brings forward important updates reflecting the rapid evolution of teaching and learning since then. It aims to improve the development of key competences of people of all ages throughout their lives and to provide guidance to Member States on how to achieve this objective. A particular focus is placed on promoting entrepreneurial drive and innovation-oriented mindsets in order to unlock personal potential, creativity and self-initiative. Moreover, the Commission is recommending steps to foster competences in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and motivate more young people to embark on a career in these fields. The proposals made today should also be seen as part of the answer to urgently improve European education systems to face the many challenges highlighted in the latest PISA survey. More generally, the measures will support Member States in better preparing learners for changing labour markets and for active citizenship in more diverse, mobile, digital and global societies.

 

2. A Digital Education Action Plan that outlines how the EU can help people, educational institutions and education systems better adapt to life and work in an age of rapid digital change by:

  • making better use of digital technology for teaching and learning;

  • developing the digital competences and skills needed for living and working in an age of digital transformation; and

  • improving education through better data analysis and foresight.

Initiatives include supporting schools with high-speed broadband connections, scaling up a new self-assessment tool for schools on the use of technology for teaching and learning (SELFIE) and a public awareness campaign on online safety, media literacy and cyber hygiene.

 

3. A Council Recommendation on common values, inclusive education and the European dimension of teaching: This initiative proposes ways in which education can help young people understand the importance of and adhere to common values set out in Article 2 of the Treaty of the European Union. It aims at strengthening social cohesion and contributing to fight the rise of populism, xenophobia, divisive nationalism and the spreading of fake news. The proposal also strengthens inclusive education to promote quality education for all pupils as well as the European dimension of teaching, so children also learn about Europe's common heritage and diversity and get a good understanding of the functioning of the EU. To support these aims, the Commission will take steps to increase virtual exchanges among schools, notably through the successful e-Twinning network, and boost school mobility through the Erasmus+ programme.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=EU

 

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Enterprise Digital Transformation Trends 2017 | #Infographic

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For a couple of years now, enterprises have undertaken the digital transformation efforts by way of using cloud services, data analytics, mobile, IoT and other technologies. While many have successfully embraced digital transformation, others have lagged at using data and right set of technologies to transform their organization. A Forbes research reveals that while 44 percent of organizations foresee themselves to be advanced in data and analytics, more than 90 percent of them have already seen increased revenue due to its implementation.

In 2017, enterprise digital transformation will continue to gain traction helping businesses to improve and accelerate processes and build upon what has already been achieved. However, they must understand that DX is not only about technology. It is more about reshaping of how the individuals operate, breaking down the silos and broadening the scopes of various roles and processes within the organization. It requires careful planning, seamless collaboration and inclusion of all the departments. If you’re planning to enable successful digital transformation, check out the infographic below highlighting top seven digital transformation trends.

 

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Gust MEES's curator insight, December 18, 2017 11:14 AM
For a couple of years now, enterprises have undertaken the digital transformation efforts by way of using cloud services, data analytics, mobile, IoT and other technologies. While many have successfully embraced digital transformation, others have lagged at using data and right set of technologies to transform their organization. A Forbes research reveals that while 44 percent of organizations foresee themselves to be advanced in data and analytics, more than 90 percent of them have already seen increased revenue due to its implementation.

In 2017, enterprise digital transformation will continue to gain traction helping businesses to improve and accelerate processes and build upon what has already been achieved. However, they must understand that DX is not only about technology. It is more about reshaping of how the individuals operate, breaking down the silos and broadening the scopes of various roles and processes within the organization. It requires careful planning, seamless collaboration and inclusion of all the departments. If you’re planning to enable successful digital transformation, check out the infographic below highlighting top seven digital transformation trends.

 

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https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Digital+transformation

 

Billy Brick's curator insight, December 19, 2017 6:32 AM
Some of these such as AI, VR and AR are directly linked to language learning.
 
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Our Students Need to Be Curators – The Synapse – Medium

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Content curation is a vital part of the creative process. In this blog post and podcast, we explore why curation matters and how we can help students learn how to engage in the curation process. When…

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Content curation is a vital part of the creative process. In this blog post and podcast, we explore why curation matters and how we can help students learn how to engage in the curation process.

 

MUST read to understand THE importance of Curation!

 

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Un outil très bien fait et réellement précieux, courez-y !
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Without changes in education, the future of work will leave more people behind - The Hechinger Report

Without changes in education, the future of work will leave more people behind - The Hechinger Report | CDI Saint Vincent | Scoop.it

"A glimpse into America’s future labor market suggests a boom in health care jobs, soaring employment in clean energy and a continued decline in manufacturing positions.

 

"Those are among the key takeaways from 10-year employment projections released last week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The findings offer more evidence of widening socioeconomic inequality, the migration of jobs to the service sector and a drop in the number of middle-class jobs for workers with only a high school diploma.

 

"This unfolding economic shift is challenging educators to shape curricula that will prepare students for positions requiring an elusive combination of soft skills — the ability to solve problems, communicate effectively and work with others — along with technical capacities.


“The skill requirements in jobs have increased remarkably in their depth and breadth,” said Anthony P. Carnevale, research professor and director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. “The pace of change is outrunning the ability of educators to provide those skills and to qualify people for entry-level jobs.”


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Mark Cottee's curator insight, November 19, 2017 11:09 PM
More evidence to support a universal change in the education sector.
Rubiel's curator insight, November 20, 2017 11:16 AM
This unfolding economic shift is challenging educators to shape curricula that will prepare students for positions requiring an elusive combination of soft skills . The ability to solve problems, communicate effectively and work with others along with technical capacities.
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