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Make your textbook interactive with Glogster EDU

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Guest post by Glogster EDU Ambassador Rositsa Mineva. Rositsa explains how to make interactive textbooks and provides plenty of example Glogs.


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Stop Trying to Define Personalized Learning (EdSurge News)

Stop Trying to Define Personalized Learning (EdSurge News) | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
Defining personalized learning gives the illusion that we know what works. But we don’t. There are no classic recipes to use yet—just breadcrumbs to follow, and we are not even sure where they all lead.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, May 16, 2017 3:54 AM

Well argued. Have to agree with a lot of this. Edtech companies are all rushing to commoditise this.

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Next Generation of Online Education: “Learn by Doing” in a Digital World

Next Generation of Online Education: “Learn by Doing” in a Digital World | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
Because creativity is so critical to success in the 21st century, alongside online education Morgridge says more schools are exploring the maker movement, using 3D printers and allowing students hands-on interactive experiences to “learn by doing.” “Kids learn when they want to learn,” says Morgridge. “In this maker space, kids are learning deeper because it’s relevant to them. Learning is personalized.”

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Pedro Torralba's curator insight, November 28, 2016 2:12 AM
Los jóvenes de este nuevo siglo suelen decir: "vamos a buscarlo en YouTube, a ver cómo se hace". Sabiéndolo, tendremos que ir trasladando el conocimiento de la letra impresa a Internet para dejar de ir a contracorriente.
Silvia Montero's curator insight, November 28, 2016 5:45 PM
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Derek Thomas's curator insight, December 2, 2016 11:21 AM
"Learning is personalised ...." interesting ...... ! 
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New survey shows how patients use social media to gain better understanding of health condition

New survey shows how patients use social media to gain better understanding of health condition | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

A new survey from Health Union of more than 2,200 people with chronic health conditions and their caregivers illustrates how patients use online health information to better understand their health condition, learn about symptoms and treatment, and share experiences with other patients living with the same health condition. The findings are summarized in a recently published white paper, entitled "Social Media for Health: What Patients Really Want."

Condition-specific websites are the leading health resources for these patients online, with 70% of survey respondents using them and 29% rating them as their most valuable resource for health-related information. These numbers expound on the findings of the 2013 Pew Research Center survey on the social life of health information, which found that 73% of U.S. adults with at least one chronic condition have sought health information online.

While condition-specific websites are the most popular online resource, Facebook is the most frequently used social media resource for consuming and sharing health information. Twenty-six percent of respondents use it once or more daily for health, and more than half at least monthly. To maximize medical information access, Health Union has a Facebook page for each of its condition-specific online communities. This complementary presence allows community members to maximize engagement. For example, Health Union's Migraine.comhas a weekly Facebook reach of about 500,000.

 

People with chronic-conditions use online platforms to share and get support from others like themselves. As noted in the survey findings:

In the previous six months, 49% of individuals have posted or shared a personal story or content online and 48% have shared a health-related post, photo or video that was not their own... The desire to explain their condition drives most of those who posted or shared content online, along with managing or coping with the symptoms. This mirrors the behaviors observed on Health Union platforms, like MultipleSclerosis.net, RheumatoidArthritis.net andMigraine.com, where content that promotes understanding and support for these conditions receive the highest levels of engagement in social media.

In addition to getting support and information, survey respondents report using social media platforms to inform their discussions with healthcare providers (HCP). A staggering 97% use the information gathered online when visiting their HCP, with 73% citing it as having at least some impact on their health-related decisions.

"We are excited to see that patients are turning to online resources throughout their healthcare journey. People with chronic health conditions prefer online community resources, like the platforms provided by Health Union. These data confirm the value patients find by accessing online communities," said Tim Armand, president and co-founder of Health Union.


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Virtual Reality Still Has 5 Big Problems to Overcome

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Despite all of the hype surrounding the recent surge in virtual reality products, there are many challenges that still need to be addressed before VR goes mainstream.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 12, 2016 1:00 AM

Doesn't seem to mention Google Cardboard.

Brett.Ashley.Crawford's curator insight, June 13, 2016 12:15 PM
Virtual Reality has a lot of potential but seems to be hung up in the VC and pro-sumer category.  The content available is thin and the barrier to entry for users is financially significant for a basic consumer pattern.  The health concerns are also concerning.  HD TV didn't have this many things stacked against it and it never really made it. It will be interesting to see how things develop.
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Speculative method in digital education research

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El porqué del éxito de la educación en Finlandia. INFOGRAFÍA

El porqué del éxito de la educación en Finlandia. INFOGRAFÍA | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

Infografía que describe las 5 razones principales por las que el sistema educativo finlandés es un referente a nivel mundial.


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This Will Revolutionize Education - YouTube

Many technologies have promised to revolutionize education, but so far none has. With that in mind, what could revolutionize education? These ideas have been...

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María Luisa Meza's curator insight, December 9, 2014 11:08 PM

Video para los desafíos de la educación en el curso de docencia en línea.

Tina Jameson's curator insight, December 14, 2014 6:48 PM

When so many new technologies promise to transform education - what role is left to the teacher?  Why is the teacher still important?  This powerful clip effectively presents compelling arguments for the importance of teaching students in a 'social' classroom setting - with reference to 'how' students learn; making the best of all types of tools to aid what goes on 'in the student's head'.

Anabela Luís's curator insight, December 15, 2014 3:54 PM

Dá que pensar.... 

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La rueda de la pedagogía (Padagogy Wheel) de Allan Carrington traducida al español!

La rueda de la pedagogía (Padagogy Wheel) de Allan Carrington traducida al español! | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
Desde hace varios años han aparecido interesantes modelos de aplicación de la Taxonomía de Bloom, la mayoría muy buenos pero casi todos en inglés. Entre todas esas adaptaciones sin duda las del Dr....

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Enrique Adolfo Simmonds Barrios's curator insight, December 15, 2014 5:38 PM

#Bloom #Taxonomía

Francisco Morfin's curator insight, February 5, 2015 1:21 PM

Me gusta el montón de cosas para elegir

Pongo's curator insight, October 25, 2016 10:12 AM
Este cuadro  incluye la taxonomía de Bloom con actividades y aplicaciones tecnológicas para su ejercicio. 
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How Empathy Affects Learning, And How To Cultivate It In Your Students - InformED

How Empathy Affects Learning, And How To Cultivate It In Your Students - InformED | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
"The education system forces people to unlearn the empathy they were born with. It's a system based on always seeming strong, contributing to the economy

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Kathy Lynch's curator insight, November 2, 2014 11:47 AM

Thx Beth Dichter!

Meg Swecker's curator insight, November 3, 2014 9:41 AM

How empathy contributes to advanced learning. Very interesting!

Lisa Norris's curator insight, November 4, 2014 12:50 PM

Modeling empathy even on our worst days is so important for kids in this day and age!

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Effective teaching: 10 tips on what works and what doesn’t

Effective teaching: 10 tips on what works and what doesn’t | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
A new report from the Sutton Trust has reviewed the evidence around successful teaching practices. Here are the key points you need to know

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Crea y aprende con Laura: Videoguía de realidad aumentada. Casa Batlló

Crea y aprende con Laura: Videoguía de realidad aumentada. Casa Batlló | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

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Teaching Metacognition: How Students Think Is Key To High Achievement

Teaching Metacognition: How Students Think Is Key To High Achievement | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

"A few years ago, I came across some interesting research by cognitive psychologist Ronald T. Kellogg. He claimed that the mark of an expert writer is not years of practice or a hefty vocabulary, but rather an awareness of one’s audience. This made sense to me, and I wondered if it were true in other disciplines as well."


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Joy Power's curator insight, October 9, 2014 9:21 AM

Important research on learning for achievement.

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, October 9, 2014 3:53 PM

Teaching Metacognition: How Students Think Is Key To High Achievement

Becky Roehrs's curator insight, October 13, 2014 9:51 PM

Research about how self-awareness can help you tap your learning potential

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Taxonomy Of eLearning: Does eLearning Need A New Taxonomy? - eLearning Industry

Taxonomy Of eLearning: Does eLearning Need A New Taxonomy? - eLearning Industry | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
When considering educational objectives, we perhaps need to consider ‘whose’ educational objectives? Where Bloom spoke of analyzing and evaluating concepts, processes, procedures, and principles, he clearly had the learner in mind as he classified educational goals. I ask if eLearning would not be better served by its own taxonomy (framework) where the separate objectives of the various parties involved in eLearning are distinctly and separately categorized. This is important because there are many aspects to eLearning. And none of them can promise a successful learning outcome. Successful learning outcomes (the result, or not, of educational objectives) require a multi-faceted approach to delivery.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 13, 2017 1:58 AM

Always room for another taxonomy.

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Social media sourced Real World Evidence: New way to collect evidence?

Social media sourced Real World Evidence: New way to collect evidence? | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

Whilst newspapers make much of clinical trials that go wrong and patients come to harm, they never mention the ones that go wrong and don’t harm patients. A common scenario for this failing is simply being unable to recruit the planned number of patients either because of overoptimistic estimates of recruitment or studies that are just plain overcomplicated.

A recent report on the Salford Lung Study indicated that for prospective randomised studies, the proportion of possible patients with asthma and COPD who meet the common inclusion criteria inrandomised studies has been estimated to be as low as 3% and 7% respectively. It’s these figures that make you realise there has to be another way.

That alternative is real world evidence, and it has the potential to be an important part of the jigsaw of evidence, supporting new and old products. The name says it all, and real world studies tell you what is the evidence from real patients in the real world. It is an eye-opener for researchers to realise that there is a path to data and that the studies can have true meaning.

To generate real world evidence, there are three possible avenues.

Classic clinical study

There’s the classic clinical study, with a planned intervention but with an inbuilt patient experience reporting documenting their ‘real world’ e.g. patient reported outcome, but the population is limited by the trial inclusions and exclusion.

Hybrid study

The second is a hybrid study using existing databases to inform an overall study objective and support other research objectives by coupling the use of existing electronic record management data with prospective data collection from physicians and/or patients and caregivers. This approach was used in the Salford Lung Study to create a so-called pragmatic randomised clinical trial. 

Retrospective collection of data

The third way is the retrospective collection of data. This typically has used existing data records such as large scale patient data (e.g. GPRD, yellow card). The problem with the first two is that by selecting patients for a prospective study, by definition the selected population may not be real.

History of real world evidence

Here is a historical example. Terodiline, an antimuscarinic and calcium antagonist drug, was used to treat detrusor instability but was withdrawn in 1991 after provoking serious ventricular arrhythmias associated with increases in the corrected QT interval (QTc). 

The drug had been on the market for some time before this was recognised, and it did not manifest in the studies undertaken for drug authorisation and in early clinical use. An intense scientific review of ten patients published in an international medical journal was the signal.

However, a subsequent retrospective trawl through the real world data from the Green Card prescription event monitoring revealed an excess of reports of fits faints and funny turns compared to a control group. This was the real world evidence.

Now there are better ways to collect patient experiences, and recently attention has been turned to using social media. Once again, there is more than one potential approach to using this novel platform. One way is to engage with individuals prospectively who are in a normal healthcare environment or in a study and get them to feed back their experiences using a social media platform or smartphone application.

“[Patients can easily] feedback their experiences using a social media platform or smartphone application…”

However, this is an intervention of sorts and demands a discipline of regular involvement. Possible contexts for these would be real time management of asthma or diabetes based on symptoms and self-monitoring, and then feeding the data back into the electronic medical records. 

This is sailing towards uncharted waters, and there are monsters out there that need to be tamed such as the ownership of data, if middlemen are involved, and data-protection issues, particularly if the data are not primarily part of the patients’ normal medical records.

Collecting large scale real world data

The use of social media platforms for retrospective collection of patient experience is a rapid inexpensive method for the collection of large-scale real world data. We have been running studies using social media to recruit patients and then involving them in tailor-made interactive self-administered evaluations.

“…4000 participants in 9 days…”

Because social media is so pervasive, the willingness of patients with common conditions to engage is gratifyingly large, and our best result was recruiting 4000 participants in 9 days. These types of studies are more classic RWE studies, with no exclusions (bar those absolutely necessary to determine if the patient is relevant), no restrictions on other medicines taken, and accepting the real life situation that the product under investigation may or may not be taken according to the instructions.

“…in its infancy but results so far have been gratifyingly encouraging…”

These are true intent to treat studies, and again, these do not examine compliance or how long the treatment has been used. This is the real world. So far we have only done open non-comparative studies as the complex problems of organising comparator groups, matching patients and engaging in some of the daunting statistical methods has not been solved.

Disadvantages of social media platforms

There are some weaknesses to this approach. The data by definition are open and retrospective. The evaluations of necessity are based on pragmatic experience, and this has entailed the use of some invalid measures, but this has not detracted from the usefulness of data. Another point is you cannot collect what the patients don’t know or have not experienced.

Whilst pilot studies have given clues as to the practicality, the final recruited numbers may sometimes only be guessed at.  Setting a minimum number has been a useful step, and this has typically been based on what would be thought credible by the critical audience. Big numbers are possible and these add to the credibility as adjunct data to clinical trials.

The use of social media for collection of real world healthcare data is in its infancy but results so far have been gratifyingly encouraging.


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How to Motivate Learners: 5 Ways to Make Training Effective | Educacion, ecologia y TIC

How to Motivate Learners: 5 Ways to Make Training Effective | Educacion, ecologia y TIC | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
The world of employee training has evolved significantly over the past decade, largely because modern learners are unlike those in generations past.
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Evaluación de la calidad en entornos sociales de aprendizaje | Zapata-Ros | Revista de Educación a Distancia

Evaluación de la calidad en entornos sociales de aprendizaje
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Social Media Goes Medical

Social Media Goes Medical | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

“Hmm… I’ve never seen symptoms like this before. Let me just post a pic to my app and I’ll have a diagnosis for you in 24 hours.”

Well… after all that schooling, even the medical professionals can still be stumped from time to time.

That’s why one app developer created a platform where doctors can get the skinny on those oddball tricky cases. Figure 1 has been dubbed the “Instagram for Doctors.” And it’s had considerable success.

Here’s how it works: 

If a patient walks in with an unfamiliar condition, the doctor can post a picture of the condition to Figure 1. The doctor must ask permission first and the picture has to be vague enough that privacy is protected. Then, doctors from around the world with the app can comment to diagnosis the mystery illness. 

If you’re not a doctor you can download the app, but you won’t be able to comment (which is probably a good thing).

Some doctors have admitted – it’s their new work-related guilty pleasure. Let’s just hope things stay professional. We don’t want our doctors doing it for the Vine.

 


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Infographic: Citizenship in the digital age

Infographic: Citizenship in the digital age | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
Digital citizenship is not so different from traditional citizenship. We still need to guide students to be kind, respectful and responsible. What’s new is teaching them how to apply these values to the realities of the digital age.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, November 6, 2014 7:37 AM

This new infographic from ISTE compares a good citizen to a good digital citizen. Many students many find this poster of value as they learn the need to be a good citizen both online and offline.

As the post states, being a good citizen and a good digital citizen "are not so different from the basic tenets of traditional citizenship: Be kind, respectful and responsible, and just do the right thing."

Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's curator insight, November 6, 2014 8:23 AM

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Lon Woodbury's curator insight, November 10, 2014 3:36 PM

We still have a long ways to go to figure out how to make this happen as effectively as we do face to face interactions. -Lon

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Brain-Based Learning Techniques to Try in Your Classroom

Brain-Based Learning Techniques to Try in Your Classroom | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

"Brain-based learning isn’t a new concept, but it’s enjoying renewed attention thanks to the teacher accountability movement begun by President George W. Bush and continued by President Barack Obama. In a nutshell, teachers who use brain-based techniques don their “neuroscientist” hats and focus on creating experiences that cater to the inner workings of their students’ brains. The result: better learning experiences and better retention."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, October 31, 2014 9:58 PM

This post shares three techniques you may want to incorporate into your classroom. Each has a short description as well as a section on why it is effective and how to implement the technique.

* Incorporate frequent brain breaks

* Make time for social and emotional learning

* Teach smaller chunks

As new research is published on the brain the impact it may have on the classroom is significant. If we know that providing short brain breaks (and movement breaks) may allow students to come back refreshed and ready to learn then we need to consider how we can provide these opportunities.

Sally DeCost's curator insight, November 1, 2014 12:17 PM

Excellent article on Brain Based Learning. It includes many of the concepts emphasized by Whole Brain Teaching.

Kathy Lynch's curator insight, November 2, 2014 11:49 AM

Thx Beth Dichter

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Infinite Connections: Education and new technologies.

Infinite Connections: Education and new technologies. | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it

Trends Shaping Education 2014 Spotlight 5


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добавить ваше понимание ...

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Crea ejercicios autocorregibles con Google Drive

Crea ejercicios autocorregibles con Google Drive | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
Realizar evaluaciones del conocimiento adquirido por los alumnos es algo que inevitablemente hay que hacer.

Soy de los que me gusta transmitir que la nota es lo de menos; lo importante es que mis alumnos reflexionen sobre su propio aprendizaje, conozcan en qué aspectos están fallando y dominen aquellos conceptos que creían que dominaban, y que la prueba (examen o ejercicio) ha puesto en evidencia que no era así.

De nuevo Google Drive nos va a ayudar a acompañar a nuestros alumnos en ese proceso de aprendizaje. La propuesta de hoy es la de mandar ejercicios de repaso (también podría ma plantearse como un examen) a nuestros alumnos que sean autoevaluables y que vaya acompañado de la resolución en caso de que le queden dudas. Puede parecer una actividad algo ambiciosa, pero os vamos a mostrar que no es tan complicado.

Para ello nos vamos a apoyar en uno de los complementos que podemos agregar a las hojas de cálculo de Google denominado EASY QUIZ. Con dicho complemento mandamos unos ejercicios y una vez que los resuelven, se le manda la notificación de qué ejercicios ha hecho correctamente y cuáles no con posibilidad de ver la solución.

De igual manera, y para la resolución de los ejercicios nos hemos apoyado en LENSOO CREATE en una tablet android aunque, en este aspecto, disponemos de una amplia variedad de aplicaciones conocidas por todos vosotros como son EDUCREATIONS (para IOS) o Explain everything (para IOS o android).

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Alumnos cuentan las 4 características de sus docentes favoritos

Alumnos cuentan las 4 características de sus docentes favoritos | Educación, psicología y TIC | Scoop.it
¿Qué se espera de los maestros? ¿Qué expectativas y prejuicios tiene nuestro alumnado acerca de los docentes? Aquí un resumen claro de cuatro rasgos que los estudiantes desean encontrar en su profesorado. 1. "Es divertido y hace que aprender también...

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