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10 Breakthrough Technologies 2018 - MIT Technology Review

10 Breakthrough Technologies 2018 - MIT Technology Review | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Every year since 2001 we’ve picked what we call the 10 Breakthrough Technologies. People often ask, what exactly do you mean by “breakthrough”? It’s a reasonable question—some of our picks haven’t yet reached widespread use, while others may be on the cusp of becoming commercially available. What we’re really looking for is a technology, or perhaps even a collection of technologies, that will have a profound effect on our lives.

For this year, a new technique in artificial intelligence called GANs is giving machines imagination; artificial embryos, despite some thorny ethical constraints, are redefining how life can be created and are opening a research window into the early moments of a human life; and a pilot plant in the heart of Texas’s petrochemical industry is attempting to create completely clean power from natural gas—probably a major energy source for the foreseeable future. These and the rest of our list will be worth keeping an eye on. —The Editors

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ChemiProcess's comment, April 6, 8:48 AM
Very good article
i have detailed article below discussing about <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-pilot-plants/">Pilot Plant</a> and how they are designed <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-pilot-plants/">Pilot Plant design</a> .
I have also written about scaling up the Pilot plant <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-pilot-plants/">Pilot plant scale up</a>
Also Reactor design has been explained in detail here <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-reactor-heating-cooling-systems/">Reactor Design</a> along with Adiabatic Reactor design <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/adiabtic-reactor-design/">Adiabatic Reactor Design</a>
ChemiProcess's comment, April 6, 8:48 AM
Very good article
i have detailed article below discussing about <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-pilot-plants/">Pilot Plant</a> and how they are designed <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-pilot-plants/">Pilot Plant design</a> .
I have also written about scaling up the Pilot plant <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-pilot-plants/">Pilot plant scale up</a>
Also Reactor design has been explained in detail here <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/service/design-reactor-heating-cooling-systems/">Reactor Design</a> along with Adiabatic Reactor design <a href="www.chemiprocess.com/adiabtic-reactor-design/">Adiabatic Reactor Design</a>
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From Procedural Knowledge to Self Knowledge: The 4 stages of curiosity

From Procedural Knowledge to Self Knowledge: The 4 stages of curiosity | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it

Where curiosity comes from isn’t entirely clear. In fact, it isn’t even easy to define. That’s probably because there is no single source for it any more than there is a single source for entertainment, anxiety, or confidence.

There are strategies to promote curiosity in the classroom—even those that consider how the brain works. Ideally, teaching and learning wouldn’t benefit from having curiosity ‘added in,’ but rather would fail completely without it. There is also no single ‘look’ for curiosity, much less four clear and universal stages of curiosity. The things teachers often look for as indicators of student engagement—waving hands in the air, locked eye contact, or good grades on tests—may not be the result of curiosity at all.

What are the stages of curiosity? Below we take a look at the idea. Also, note that these indicators don’t always represent curiosity and engagement—could be thoughtless habit or external coercion. In the same way, behaviors indicating lower levels of curiosity don’t necessarily mean the student is disengaged and uncurious. The lesson design could be confusing, or the materials used could be poorly-written, above their reading level, or otherwise misleading.


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Las 3 mejores aplicaciones para tomar notas

Las 3 mejores aplicaciones para tomar notas | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Esta es una lista de las 3 mejores aplicaciones para tomar notas tanto en Windows como Android e iOS y asi no perder nunca una idea cuando nos llege

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The 6 Drivers of Inquiry-Based Learning - Cooper on Curriculum

The 6 Drivers of Inquiry-Based Learning - Cooper on Curriculum | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
As an administrator, whenever I walk into a teacher’s classroom, one of the first things I almost always subconsciously look for is whether or not the students are engaged in inquiry. However, telling a teacher, “Your students need to engage in more inquiry,” is comparable to letting a comedian know she needs to be funnier or asking a pizzaiolo to make a better dough. And, vague directives in the absence of explicit instruction typically generate anxiety.

To avoid these anxieties, and for progress to actually take place, we need to drill down to the nitty gritty and be as explicit as possible. In other words, we need to be explicit about being explicit and leverage specific strategies to comfortably move forward for the benefit of our students.

With these thoughts in mind, I’ve been obsessing over inquiry’s common denominators – the strategies or drivers we should always consider when implementing an inquiry-based lesson.

That being said, here are the six drivers of inquiry-based learning. And, while I don’t think every lesson or activity must have all six, I do believe that once we (and our students) become comfortable with an inquiry approach, all drivers will naturally find a way into learning experiences on a regular, if not daily, basis.

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Carlos Fosca's curator insight, November 2, 2017 8:06 AM

El aprendizaje basado en la indagación (inquiry-based learning) se puede definir como aprendizaje que comienza planteando preguntas, problemas o escenarios, en lugar de simplemente presentar hechos establecidos o describir un camino liso, sin obstáculos aparentes, hacia el conocimiento. En resumen, descubrimos material, en contraposición a la cobertura de contenido y a la memorización y regurgitación de hechos y conocimiento.

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How to Create a Video on Typito

How to Create a Video on Typito | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it

Typito is a new-to-me video creation tool about which I wrote a short review last weekend. Typito sits comfortably between the simplicity of tools like Animoto and the complexity of tools like WeVideo. I received a few questions about Typito during the week so I made the following video to demonstrate how it works.


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Marie-Hélène Fasquel-Erhart's curator insight, October 25, 2017 2:22 AM
Great video tutorial.
Janet Vasil's curator insight, October 27, 2017 10:45 AM
Typito Tutorial: Here's an easy affordable video creation tool for making simple social videos.
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STEAM Y APRENDIZAJE POR PROYECTOS 

STEAM Y APRENDIZAJE POR PROYECTOS  | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it

A continuación, siguiendo a Mikel Gorman, en su serie de entradas realizadas sobre este particular en su blog, os ofrezco una selección de enlaces a recursos que pueden dar muchas pistas para elevar el aprendizaje y la pasión por el conocimiento de muchos estudiantes.

No los he revisado todos (sí he revisado que no haya enlaces rotos), naturalmente, ni su inclusión aquí supone ningún tipo de valoración por mi parte, eso es algo que dejo a cada uno de los lectores.


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Ana Alonso's curator insight, October 14, 2017 9:23 AM
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Muy buena lista de recursos para conocer mejor #STEAM y #ABP #PBL
 
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Aprendizaje informal vs aprendizaje formal

Aprendizaje informal vs aprendizaje formal | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
¿Es mejor el aprendizaje formal o el informal de cara a maximizar el performance de los trabajadores?

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24 Educational iPad Apps Ideal for High School Students

24 Educational iPad Apps Ideal for High School Students | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Here are some good applications high school students can use to help them with their math. The apps are arranged into three main categories: Algebra, Geometry and graphing and calculation apps.  We invite you to check them out and share with your students

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Digital skills that teachers need for the classroom #3: The ability to crowdsource information

Digital skills that teachers need for the classroom #3: The ability to crowdsource information | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
As teachers we frequently promote ourselves in our modern role as facilitators rather than knowledge owners and yet when we get into the classroom so much of what we do tends to be telling rather than asking.

Crowdsourcing information is about doing the opposite. It’s about collecting information from the room and beyond and enabling our students to share what they already know and develop their knowledge together.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 31, 2017 8:20 AM

The third in a series of articles I'm writing for CUP.

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How to Create Virtual Reality Panoramas via @rmbyrne 

How to Create Virtual Reality Panoramas via @rmbyrne  | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
A couple of years ago Google launched the Cardboard Camera app for capturing your own virtual reality panoramas. At the time that it wa

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Gamificación como instrumento pedagógico

Gamificación como instrumento pedagógico | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Gamificación como instrumento pedagógico

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Libro - Taxonomia de los objetivos de la educacion - Benjamin Bloom

Libro - Taxonomia de los objetivos de la educacion - Benjamin Bloom | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Taxonomia de los objetivos de la educacion - Benjamin Bloom

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Public Domain ~ Free Media for Creative Projects | Pond5

Public Domain ~ Free Media for Creative Projects | Pond5 | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Download thousands of media files including stock footage, images, songs, and more for FREE from Pond5's Public Domain Project.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, July 14, 2017 8:17 AM

Lots of useful free media for student projects.

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Integrating Computational Thinking into Your Elementary Classroom - Getting Smart

Integrating Computational Thinking into Your Elementary Classroom - Getting Smart | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Computer science education is not a new field. Much of what we know about the pedagogy and content for elementary students comes from Seymour Papert’s research on teaching elementary students to code back in the 1970’s and 80’s. But, as we shift from labs and one-off classrooms to a broad expansion for all students in every classroom K-12, we are seeing changes to how computer science is taught. This means we are working in a rapidly evolving field (insert metaphor of building a plane while flying it). Over time, we have gone from a focus on coding (often in isolation) to a more broad idea of computer science as a whole, and now to the refined idea of computational thinking as a foundational understanding for all students.

Pause. You may be asking, “But wait, what’s computational thinking again?” In her book Coding as a Playground, Marina Umaschi Bers explained: “The notion of computational thinking encompasses a broad set of analytic and problem-solving skills, dispositions, habits, and approaches most often used in computer science, but that can serve everyone.” More simply, you can think of computational thinking as the thought processes involved in using algorithms to solve problems. Sheena Vaidyanathan writes some good articles explaining the differences between computer science, coding, and computational thinking here and here.

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Muerte por powerpoint y como diseñar presentaciones efectivas

Como evitar la muerte por powerpoint dando estructura (guión) y siguiendo principios de diseño para determinar color, tipografía, fondos, animaciones, etc.

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Virtual Reality in the Classroom: It’s Easy to Get Started

Virtual Reality in the Classroom: It’s Easy to Get Started | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Every teacher I know has virtual reality on their radar. It’s one of those short-listed disruptive technologies that kids want to be involved in and will change teaching for the better. I was…

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Ricard Garcia's curator insight, March 23, 7:23 AM
very good introduction for newbies!
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Getting started with using virtual reality in the classroom really is this easy
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Aprendizaje Basado en Problemas – 4 Aspectos Fundamentales | Infografía

Aprendizaje Basado en Problemas – 4 Aspectos Fundamentales | Infografía | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Compartimos una interesante infografía sobre “Aprendizaje Basado en Problemas – 4 Aspectos Fundamentales”

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Getting Started with Design Thinking in the Classroom

Getting Started with Design Thinking in the Classroom | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it

Todos los días les pregunto a mis hijos: "¿Qué hiciste en la escuela hoy?" Demasiado a menudo, no pueden darme una respuesta. Pero en los días que lo hacen, sus ojos se iluminan y describen apasionadamente sus proyectos. Es en esos momentos que me recuerdan que hacer es mágico.

Quiero ver que las escuelas se transformen en bastiones de creatividad y maravilla.

Pero aquí está la cosa: esto es difícil de lograr. Todos tenemos mapas curriculares y los recursos y estándares limitados que tenemos para enseñar. No siempre tenemos espacios sofisticados o artilugios de alta tecnología. Nuestro tiempo es limitado y, por lo tanto, la creatividad suele ser un gran ideal que rara vez se convierte en realidad.

Esto es lo que me encanta sobre el pensamiento del diseño. Funciona dentro de los estándares en todos los temas. Es un enfoque flexible que puede usar con recursos limitados. No es algo nuevo que agregue a su apretada agenda. En cambio, es un enfoque innovador para el trabajo que ya está realizando, un proceso diseñado específicamente para estimular la creatividad y hacer que el creador crezca en cada estudiante.


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What is Apple Clips? Plus we teach you how to use it

What is Apple Clips? Plus we teach you how to use it | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Update: Apple has updated its Clips app, bringing along a suite of new digital assets from the company itself to make your videos and photos a little more lively. New overlays, backgrounds and animated text are just a few of the new features available in the update.

Additionally, entertainment giant Disney has chipped in some content and the implementation seems fun. You'll basically be able to overlay your favorite Disney characters on your photos and even better, you can insert an animated character into your videos.

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John Rudkin's curator insight, September 1, 2017 12:35 PM
Great creative potential - and its FREE!
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Fun ways to jazz up your photos and videos with the updated Clips from Apple 
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Get Students Creating Video Summaries with Lumen5

Get Students Creating Video Summaries with Lumen5 | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Once you’ve structured the text, the site will automatically find images and clips to go with each section of the text.

You can then edit these manually or add your own images then choose which part of the text to highlight. Once you have the look and feel of the video right, you just select music and add your branding.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 7, 2017 3:42 AM

A short blog post on creating video summaries.

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10 Skills That Every Employee Will Need To Thrive in 2020 (Infographic) - Social Talent

10 Skills That Every Employee Will Need To Thrive in 2020 (Infographic) - Social Talent | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it

What skill will we need for the future? This infographic perfectly illustrates the skills needed to succeed, including the most sought after jobs.

 

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What skill will we need for the future?

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Cómo subtitular vídeos instructivos con audio en inglés con YouTube ¿Tienes 3 minutos?

Cómo subtitular vídeos instructivos con audio en inglés con YouTube ¿Tienes 3 minutos? | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it

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16 herramientas y servicios para crear cómics online

16 herramientas y servicios para crear cómics online | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it

Seguro que como buen lector de Genbeta te consideras a ti mismo –aunque sea en cierta medida- un poquito friqui. Un apelativo que, sin embargo, puede incluir varias acepciones como “friqui de la informática”; “friqui de la tecnología”, “friqui de los superhéroes” y cómo no, “friqui de los cómics”, entre otros.

Precisamente a una mezcla de todos ellos va dedicado este artículo. Sí, porque hoy recabamos algunas de las mejores herramientas online y servicios para crear tiras de tebeo desde la pantalla de tu ordenador. ¿Listo para conocerlos?


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Enrique Facundo Ruiz Blanco's curator insight, August 8, 2017 9:19 AM

En educación hay que ser creativos. El cómic como pieza narrativa puede ser una herramienta didáctica para comunicar desde el humor, para ilustrar las experiencias o a través de la síntesis visual.

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Una herramienta que muestra tarjetas educativas en las web que más visitamos

Una herramienta que muestra tarjetas educativas en las web que más visitamos | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Con frecuencia os recomendamos diferentes herramientas con las que facilitar el estudio de una forma u otra. Uno de los recursos de aprendizaje más

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Uso de videos interactivos para evaluación inmediata del aprendizaje

Uso de videos interactivos para evaluación inmediata del aprendizaje | cfdezmunin | Scoop.it
Es posible llevar a cabo esta estrategia de apoyo al proceso enseñanza-aprendizaje, por medio de programas y aplicaciones computacionales para grabar los videos propios con el contenido y narración de la clase. La plataforma educativa EDpuzzle, permite convertir el video (grabado previamente) en un recurso audiovisual interactivo que el profesor tiene la posibilidad de editar y agregar preguntas (abiertas y de opción múltiple) a lo largo del mismo, así como incluir comentarios y notas de voz, para enfatizar determinados conceptos o contenidos, además puede agregar información adicional que incluya documentos de apoyo, figuras, etc.

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