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Espiral Edublogs

Espiral Edublogs | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
El premio anual "Edublogs" pretende valorar la importancia y repercusión de los blogs en ​​la educación, como herramienta didáctica para e
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MOOCs, disruptive innovation and the future of higher education: A conceptual analysis: Innovations in Education and Teaching International: Vol 0, No 0

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The potential influence of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on higher education institutions is much discussed and debated, with some arguing that MOOCs are a disruptive innovation that will radically change existing models of higher education. However, analyses of whether and how MOOCs might disrupt higher education models are relatively scarce. This paper analyses whether MOOCs should be considered a disruptive innovation according to the concept’s defining criteria. It compares characteristics of disruptive innovation with current developments in MOOCs, suggesting three perspectives – performance, benefits, and market – that can be used as a lens and analytic framework to explore and evaluate current practice. The findings indicate that MOOCs do not match all the characteristics of disruptive innovation as they are commonly identified in the literature. However, MOOCs may be a sustaining innovation that establishes new markets for learners who are not served by universities.

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Abstract The potential influence of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on higher education institutions is much discussed and debated, with some arguing that MOOCs are a disruptive innovation that will radically change existing models of higher education. However, analyses of whether and how MOOCs might disrupt higher education models are relatively scarce. This paper analyses whether MOOCs should be considered a disruptive innovation according to the concept’s defining criteria. It compares characteristics of disruptive innovation with current developments in MOOCs, suggesting three perspectives – performance, benefits, and market – that can be used as a lens and analytic framework to explore and evaluate current practice. The findings indicate that MOOCs do not match all the characteristics of disruptive innovation as they are commonly identified in the literature. However, MOOCs may be a sustaining innovation that establishes new markets for learners who are not served by universities.
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A conceptual analysis: Innovations in Education and Teaching International
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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 | educació i tecnologia | 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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Limitless Learning Limited's curator insight, March 23, 10:55 AM
Getting started with using virtual reality in the classroom really is this easy
Ricard Garcia's curator insight, March 23, 7:23 AM
very good introduction for newbies!
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Teaching for the Future | OECD READ edition | #ModernEDUcation #ModernLEARNing (#PDF)

Teaching for the Future | OECD READ edition | #ModernEDUcation #ModernLEARNing (#PDF) | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

Teachers are the most important school-related factor influencing student learning. Teachers can help level the playing field and provide opportunities...

 

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

 


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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, March 26, 9:09 AM
Teachers are the most important school-related factor influencing student learning. Teachers can help level the playing field and provide opportunities for success to all their students. They can inspire students to innovate; to think and reflect and to work in collaboration with others.
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"Teachers are the most important school-related factor influencing student learning. Teachers can help level the playing field and provide opportunities for success to all their students. They can inspire students to innovate; to think and reflect and to work in collaboration with others."
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MOOCs, disruptive innovation and the future of higher education: A conceptual analysis: Innovations in Education and Teaching International: Vol 0, No 0

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The potential influence of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on higher education institutions is much discussed and debated, with some arguing that MOOCs are a disruptive innovation that will radically change existing models of higher education. However, analyses of whether and how MOOCs might disrupt higher education models are relatively scarce. This paper analyses whether MOOCs should be considered a disruptive innovation according to the concept’s defining criteria. It compares characteristics of disruptive innovation with current developments in MOOCs, suggesting three perspectives – performance, benefits, and market – that can be used as a lens and analytic framework to explore and evaluate current practice. The findings indicate that MOOCs do not match all the characteristics of disruptive innovation as they are commonly identified in the literature. However, MOOCs may be a sustaining innovation that establishes new markets for learners who are not served by universities.

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Abstract The potential influence of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on higher education institutions is much discussed and debated, with some arguing that MOOCs are a disruptive innovation that will radically change existing models of higher education. However, analyses of whether and how MOOCs might disrupt higher education models are relatively scarce. This paper analyses whether MOOCs should be considered a disruptive innovation according to the concept’s defining criteria. It compares characteristics of disruptive innovation with current developments in MOOCs, suggesting three perspectives – performance, benefits, and market – that can be used as a lens and analytic framework to explore and evaluate current practice. The findings indicate that MOOCs do not match all the characteristics of disruptive innovation as they are commonly identified in the literature. However, MOOCs may be a sustaining innovation that establishes new markets for learners who are not served by universities.
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A conceptual analysis: Innovations in Education and Teaching International
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The 5th ‘C’ of 21st Century Skills? Try Computational Thinking (Not Coding) | EdSurge News

The 5th ‘C’ of 21st Century Skills? Try Computational Thinking (Not Coding) | EdSurge News | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

"For better or worse, computing is pervasive, changing how and where people work, collaborate, communicate, shop, eat, travel, learn and quite simply, live. From the arts to sciences and politics, no field has been untouched.

The last decade has also seen the rise of disciplines generically described as “computational X,” where “X” stands for any one of a large range of fields from physics to journalism. Here’s what Google autocomplete shows when you type “computational.” (You can try it for yourself!)


But the big question is: Does current K-12 education equip every student with the requisite skills to become innovators and problem-solvers, or even informed citizens, to succeed in this world with pervasive computing?

Since the turn of this century, the “4C’s of 21st century” skills—critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication—have seen growing recognition as essential ingredients of school curricula. This shift has prompted an uptake in pedagogies and frameworks such as project-based learning, inquiry learning, and deeper learning across all levels of K-12 that emphasize higher order thinking over rote learning. I argue that we need computational thinking (CT) to be another core skill—or the “5th C” of 21st century skills—that is taught to all students."


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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, March 3, 9:25 AM
Does current K-12 education equip every student with the requisite skills to become innovators and problem-solvers, or even informed citizens, to succeed in this world with pervasive computing? Since the turn of this century, the “4C’s of 21st century” skills—critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication—have seen growing recognition as essential ingredients of school curricula. This shift has prompted an uptake in pedagogies and frameworks such as project-based learning, inquiry learning, and deeper learning across all levels of K-12 that emphasize higher order thinking over rote learning. I argue that we need computational thinking (CT) to be another core skill—or the “5th C” of 21st century skills—that is taught to all students.
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What is SEL? via CASEL.org

What is SEL? via CASEL.org | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, March 2, 8:44 AM
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
Jerry Busone's curator insight, March 3, 9:34 AM

We just rolled out our first Emotional Inyelligence Learning session to our more tenured leaders . Excited I was also apprehensive how this would be received by sales leaders slammed with tasks , quota and transformational activities going all around them .... it was too long only the program when one Sales Leader commented “ Why don’t we do this for all of our associates “ AH HA Moment and we were off 


and running ... data is clear EQ accounts for 60% of performance 


oh overall highest ratings for this one workshop over 5 year look back


 

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Considering Community: Communities of practice as vital tools for knowledge management –

Considering Community: Communities of practice as vital tools for knowledge management – | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
Communities of practice as vital tools for knowledge management

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Los últimos avances en el sector de la realidad aumentada

Los últimos avances en el sector de la realidad aumentada | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
La realidad aumentada lleva tiempo constituyendo una de las principales tendencias tecnológicas.

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Marta Torán's curator insight, February 20, 2:27 PM

Muy interesante 

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200+ Arduino Projects List For Final Year Students | #Coding #Maker #MakerED #MakerSpaces #LEARNingByDoing

200+ Arduino Projects List For Final Year Students | #Coding #Maker #MakerED #MakerSpaces #LEARNingByDoing | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
Best list of arduino project ideas along with sources we have published here. It includes arduino based battery charger, arduino based thermostat and etc..

 

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

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, February 11, 11:54 AM
Best list of arduino project ideas along with sources we have published here. It includes arduino based battery charger, arduino based thermostat and etc..

 

GREAT place to find nearly everything and well documented...

 

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

 

Beatrice J. P. Vasconcelos's curator insight, February 12, 12:42 PM
Achei interessante apesar de não ser minha área...IoT tai né gente...
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UNE GESTION DE CLASSE EFFICACE AVEC LES TIC

UNE GESTION DE CLASSE EFFICACE AVEC LES TIC | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

UNE GESTION DE CLASSE EFFICACE AVEC LES TIC, Author: Catherine Duprey, Length: 82 pages, Published: 2017-11-07


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6 Strategies For Creating An Inquiry-Driven Classroom | Modern Education

6 Strategies For Creating An Inquiry-Driven Classroom | Modern Education | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
6 Strategies For Creating An Inquiry-Driven Classroom by Irena Nayfeld, TeachThought PD Inquiry Workshop Facilitator Teachers of young children juggle a lot

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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, January 10, 6:48 AM
21st Century teaching and learning environments include 6 strategies for creating an Inquiry-driven classrooms.
David W. Deeds's curator insight, January 22, 1:31 AM

Thanks to Rob Hatfield.

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9 Great Websites for Free Images to Use in Class and School Projects via Educators' Technology

9 Great Websites for Free Images to Use in Class and School Projects via Educators' Technology | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Integrating Computational Thinking into Your Elementary Classroom - Getting Smart

Integrating Computational Thinking into Your Elementary Classroom - Getting Smart | educació i tecnologia | 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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Virtual Classrooms are the future of teacher education

Virtual Classrooms are the future of teacher education | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

Preparing education students to become classroom teachers is a challenging task. There are lots of skills that are easy to teach—how to write a lesson plan, or the best method for teaching basic reading skills, for example. But there are just as many skills that are nearly impossible to teach in the classroom. How can a professor teach future educators how to manage a classroom of behavioral challenges or keep their cool when a student challenges their authority? The answer may lie in the virtual classroom.


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David W. Deeds's curator insight, March 26, 1:07 AM

Thanks to Jim Lerman. 

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The Wild and Amazing World of Augmented Reality

The Wild and Amazing World of Augmented Reality | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
While AR isn’t difficult or expensive to use (especially when compared to 3D Printing or Maker Spaces), it does require forethought and planning. You’ll need a smartphone or tablet with a back facing camera, an augmented reality app (many free), a trigger image (you create yourself, probably for free), and an Internet connection. Then, scan the trigger image with a mobile device app and see what happens!

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, March 20, 2:23 AM

Some nice ideas.

Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, March 20, 10:34 AM
Some interesting applications for K-12, but there are some that can also be adapted for higher ed. 
 
Susan's curator insight, March 28, 3:59 AM
Although AR isn't one of my favorite uses of technology in the classroom, I do think that it can be educational if used on occasion or as a one-off activity. Kids will certainly be amazed at what they see and you can build on that initial engagement to create real authentic tasks.
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12 Ways to Upgrade Your Classroom Design - Cult of Pedagogy 

12 Ways to Upgrade Your Classroom Design - Cult of Pedagogy  | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
A couple of years ago, I saw a picture on Facebook that stopped me in my tracks: It was the classroom of Michigan high school English teacher Rebecca Malmquist. It looked like a living room. Like a place you’d go to curl up and read a book, take a nap, or have a really good conversation. And yet it was a classroom.

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12 Ways to Upgrade Your Classroom Design
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12 Ways to Upgrade Your Classroom Design
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5 Reasons to Use MicroLearning

5 Reasons to Use MicroLearning | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

MicroLearning is a form of learning that delivers key concepts in as short an amount of time as possible. It is a short, sharp, just-in-time snippet. I like to think of microLearning as 'short enough to watch standing up on the job'. It's when you need a quick tip, brush up on a specific skill or have a moment to learn about new product between customers.

 

What are the 5 advantages of microLearning?

1.   Timely Learning.

The greatest advantage of microLearning is time. Imagine a manager racing through their day. They have a performance management meeting with an employee but have not had the time to read up on the correct procedure to follow. Or a railway engineer arriving at a broken down train and the broken axle is something he hasn't unbolted for 12 months. Neither of them have the time to scroll through three layers on the company's Intranet, find the LMS, log on and watch the 20-minute module. 

 

What they want is to go to their phone, open an App, and BAM! There is the 3-minute microLearning video. It's all about timely learning.

2.   Speed to Market.

One of our clients is a global Japanese car manufacturer. They require an eLearning module for every new model released. They don't have months to plan for product training. They need learning NOW! What companies require is microLearning with rapid development that matches their timeline for product delivery.

3.   Expiry Date

Learning's expiry date is faster than ever. It used to be that a learning program would last a few years before it needs refreshing but with changing products, people and systems, learning is being discarded faster and needs to be produced cheaply, yet with quality. MicroLearning is a cost effective and fast way to develop training content, making it a win/win for the companies and the learners.

4.   Pictures are powerful

Around 70% of millennials visit YouTube monthly. It is a large part of their life so it seems obvious that we should adapt learning to what they are familiar with. When millennials need to learn something, they watch a 2 minute YouTube video.

Research teaches us that if you hear something, after 3 days, you would have only retained 10% of what you learnt. If you then add a picture to that, retention increases to 65% - that's 6 times better! Using video in MicroLearning makes it stick. Our brain links what we hear to a picture and retention is greater.

5.   Mobile

One of our Pharma clients is investing in Asia. The people they are training in Asia have limited access to computers, but they all have smartphones. How do they train them? MicroLearning. They make it engaging, enjoyable, entertaining and most of all mobile compatible. The training is mobile, so that they can watch it standing up on the job, or sitting on the bus or train.

 

MicroLearning is certainly leading the way in creating new and exciting learning content, whilst making the process easier for both the companies and their employees. Send me a message if you'd like to find out more on our microLearning offering and what we can offer.

 

Chris Gaborit is managing director of The Learning Factor, an eLearning company who loves technology linked to learning. Follow him here on Linkedin, on Twitter @droneservicesAU and Instagram @idronefoto


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Karine Fabiani-Lugez's curator insight, March 14, 10:11 AM
Le leanring entre dans le quotidien avec le microlearning
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Jerry Busone's curator insight, March 18, 10:01 AM

That leader channel Im looking to deliver is closer than I think ... Micro learning is a key feature to set up and reinforce your core skills ...make them handy for associates to get to and keep them short... very short.

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Personalized Learning Meets AI With Watson Classroom

Personalized Learning Meets AI With Watson Classroom | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
In recent years, a plethora of vendors have developed software solutions that promise to simplify the personalization process and give schools and teachers the answers to understand and address the individual needs of each student. Watson Classroom is a promising new entry to the field.

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Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

Bloom's Digital Taxonomy | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

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Volkmar Langer's curator insight, March 4, 2:31 PM
...it´s not about tools or technologies...
Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, March 5, 1:25 AM
Bloom's Digital Taxonomy
Joe Boutte's curator insight, March 16, 11:26 AM

I like this view of Bloom's Taxonomy and how it applies to modern communications and learning.  

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7 skills your child needs to survive the changing world of work | #ModernEDU #ModernLEARNing

7 skills your child needs to survive the changing world of work | #ModernEDU #ModernLEARNing | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it

Education may be the passport to the future, but for all the good teaching out there, it would seem that schools are failing to impart some of the most important life skills, according to one educational expert.

Dr. Tony Wagner, co-director of Harvard's Change Leadership Group, argues that today’s school children are facing a “global achievement gap”, which is the gap between what even the best schools are teaching and the skills young people need to learn.

This has been exacerbated by two colliding trends: firstly, the global shift from an industrial economy to a knowledge economy, and secondly, the way in which today’s school children – brought up with the internet – are motivated to learn.

In his book The Global Achievement Gap, Wagner identifies seven core competencies every child needs in order to survive in the coming world of work.

1. Critical thinking and problem-solving

 

2. Collaboration across networks and leading by influence

 

3. Agility and adaptability

 

4. Initiative and entrepreneurialism

 

5. Effective oral and written communication

 

6. Accessing and analysing information

 

7. Curiosity and imagination

 

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Kim Flintoff's curator insight, February 24, 9:02 PM
In his book The Global Achievement Gap, Wagner identifies seven core competencies every child needs in order to survive in the coming world of work. 1. Critical thinking and problem-solving 2. Collaboration across networks and leading by influence 3. Agility and adaptability 4. Initiative and entrepreneurialism 5. Effective oral and written communication 6. Accessing and analysing information 7. Curiosity and imagination
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Education may be the passport to the future, but for all the good teaching out there, it would seem that schools are failing to impart some of the most important life skills, according to one educational expert.

Dr. Tony Wagner, co-director of Harvard's Change Leadership Group, argues that today’s school children are facing a “global achievement gap”, which is the gap between what even the best schools are teaching and the skills young people need to learn.

This has been exacerbated by two colliding trends: firstly, the global shift from an industrial economy to a knowledge economy, and secondly, the way in which today’s school children – brought up with the internet – are motivated to learn.

In his book The Global Achievement Gap, Wagner identifies seven core competencies every child needs in order to survive in the coming world of work.

1. Critical thinking and problem-solving

 

2. Collaboration across networks and leading by influence

 

3. Agility and adaptability

 

4. Initiative and entrepreneurialism

 

5. Effective oral and written communication

 

6. Accessing and analysing information

 

7. Curiosity and imagination

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com

 

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The elearning attention span: How long should your project be? –

The elearning attention span: How long should your project be? – | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
What's the optimal length of a piece of elearning? Should elearning session time it be short and sweet, or in-depth and involved?

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Marta Torán's curator insight, February 9, 2:26 PM

Muy bueno.


El tiempo y el aprendizaje en línea. Simon Greany nos cuenta qué duración deben tener los contenidos eLearning para mantener la atención del alumno.

Ricard Garcia's curator insight, February 13, 2:56 AM
Interesting article on attention span... think of our students!!
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The New York Times ha presentado el último avance en narración digital: realidad aumentada

The New York Times ha presentado el último avance en narración digital: realidad aumentada | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
The New York Times introduces the newest advance in digital storytelling. Here are answers to questions about what you will need to use it.

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Top 6 Digital Transformation Trends in Education for 2018

Top 6 Digital Transformation Trends in Education for 2018 | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
As our schools modernize, educators are looking at digital transformation trends to incorporate tech into lessons & reach their students on a deeper level.

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António Leça Domingues's curator insight, January 26, 4:28 AM
As tendências de transformação digital na educação.
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Top 100 – Innovaciones educativas 2016

Top 100 – Innovaciones educativas 2016 | educació i tecnologia | Scoop.it
VV.AA . Top 100 - Innovaciones educativas 2016 Educar para la sociedad digital. Madrid: Fundación Telefónica, 2016  Escuchar PDF - Descarga el PDF - (Español) Descarga el PDF El presente informe recoge los resultados del proyecto Top 100 Innovaciones Educativas 2016. Se trata de una amplia investigación que Fundación Telefónica ha llevado a cabo a lo…

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