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Mis 10 diferencias entre explicar y enseñar. [INFOGRAFÍA]

Mis 10 diferencias entre explicar y enseñar. [INFOGRAFÍA] | Comunicación visual | Scoop.it
“Explicar o enseñar. Esta es la cuestión. El artículo de hoy quiere ser una reflexión en voz alta entre lo que entiendo por explicar y por enseñar en el aula. Hace tiempo que vengo dándole vueltas a estos dos términos tan íntimamente ligados con la educación porque creo que ambos presentan diferencias sustanciales. Con ello no quiero decir que uno sea mejor o peor que el otro, sino que simplemente tienen enfoques educativos distintos. Reflexionar sobre estos conceptos es reflexionar sobre mi práctica docente, sobre tu práctica docente. Así pues, aquí van mis 10 diferencias entre explicar o enseñar.”
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5 Things You Should Know About Personalized Learning

5 Things You Should Know About Personalized Learning | Comunicación visual | Scoop.it
“ How schools and colleges are tapping into characteristics that make each student unique.”
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Madison R's curator insight, November 19, 2014 1:06 AM

My thoughts; this article was actually pretty informative and interesting. I really connected with some of the ideas that they proposed. For example, they make a comment on how a student may be awful at physics, but amazing at skateboarding, so the teacher should somehow apply physics to skating so the student can understand physics. I thought this was an extremely relatable idea because I’m currently clueless in physics, but really enjoy playing sports. Maybe if teachers applied what we’re learning to what we’re interested in, we’ll understand and care more about the material. Additionally, I think that a lot of students, atJacksonat least, would appreciate a more personalized education. I make this assumption because I hang out with students all day, everyday, and see what they post on social medias and there seems to be a general consensus of being unhappy with our current education system. I think a lot of students feel left behind, or like it wouldn’t matter if they failed a test or a class because no one really cares about their education, which hopefully isn’t true. My thought is that if a teacher focused on getting to know their students the students would feel a greater responsibility to try their hardest in class, which is important and beneficial to us. Finally, I like the idea of more personalized learning and teaching, but I’m a bit confused on how it would work. I can’t imagine a teacher being able to reach all of their 300 college students personally. I guess this is something I should look into more- since I want to be a teacher when I’m older I’d like to know the best ways to connect with students and help them reach their potential. 

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▶ Tendencias microblogging - YouTube

El espacio informativo nos acerca las principales redes de Microblogging, entre las que destaca el popular Twitter, que limita los mensajes o 'tweets' a 140 ...
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Proyecto Aprender con el Ajedrez en Infantil

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RT @M_Espanistan: Ajedrez y creatividad. Un ejemplo de implementación de proyecto en educación infantil http://t.co/b2Zk5igotb
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Tendencias: Métrica en Social Media - YouTube

El espacio informativo nos acerca las principales redes de Microblogging, entre las que destaca el popular Twitter, que limita los mensajes o 'tweets' a 140 ...
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los microbloggins.

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