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Clasificación de recursos digitales para la educación. Por Allan Carrington. Vía Educational Technology

Clasificación de recursos digitales para la educación. Por Allan Carrington. Vía Educational Technology | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it

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Mirror Neurons: The Most Hyped Concept in Neuroscience ...

Mirror Neurons: The Most Hyped Concept in Neuroscience ... | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
Mirror neurons are fascinating but they aren't the answer to what makes us human By Christian Jarrett, Ph.D...

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Tony Husted's curator insight, December 19, 2012 2:23 PM

I love Neuroscience!

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The Landing: Strategies for Close Reading and Critical Reflection

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Redes para la Ciencia » Redes 60: La ciencia de la compasión

Según el biólogo y monje budista Matthieu Ricard, la felicidad no es una sucesión interminable de placeres que terminan por agotamiento, sino una forma de ser. Y si es así, ¿no deberían nuestros hijos aprender en el colegio a ser felices? ¿No es acaso lo que desea cualquier madre o padre de hoy en día? Para permitir aflorar la compasión y la naturaleza buena que todo ser humano lleva dentro, la ciencia está descubriendo los beneficios de la meditación. Aprender a meditar puede ayudarnos a convivir con una mente más clara y más hábil a la hora de lidiar con las emociones negativas y fomentar las emociones positivas.

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Las novelas que leemos dejan huella en el cerebro

Las novelas que leemos dejan huella en el cerebro | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
“El que lee mucho y anda mucho, ve mucho y sabe mucho”, sostenía Miguel de Cervantes. Y no le faltaba razón, como en tantas otras cosas. Leer es una saludable actividad para el cerebro que no sólo ...

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Comprensión lectora: el modelo de la cuerda

Comprensión lectora: el modelo de la cuerda | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
Los modelos de comprensión lectora basados en la concepción simple de la lectura son, lamentablemente, poco conocidos en los países hispano-americanos. Es una lástima ya que bastantes años de inves...

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¿Qué materiales de lectura favorecen el desempeño en PISA??

¿Qué materiales de lectura favorecen el desempeño en PISA?? | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
La lectura de revistas, periódicos, historietas, textos de ficción y de no ficción En PISA 2009, además de indagar sobre el desempeño de los estudiantes de 15 años en el área de lectura, se obtuvo información sobre las distintas prácticas que los...

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La literatura potencia la empatía

La literatura potencia la empatía | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it

Investigadores de "La teoría de la mente" demuestran que la lectura de la ficción seria aumenta la capacidad de alguien de entender a los otros, un potencial precursor de la empatía.


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Copy of Lectura Neurociencias by Angel Tovar on Prezi

La relación del sujeto con el objeto de las neurociencias...

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Reading is different online than off, experts say

Reading is different online than off, experts say | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
Our brains, neuroscientists warn, are developing new circuits with a big impact on non-digital reading

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L'impact de l'utilisation d'Internet sur le lecteur.  Hum...  À creuser davantage ...

Anne-Maree Johnson's curator insight, April 9, 2014 9:07 PM

In our moves to have students read all their content from a screen are we doing them any favours? This article introduces the concept of the bi literal brain and argues that students need to develop both linear and non-linear reading strategies.

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15 Of The Best Educational Apps For Improved Reading Comprehension

15 Of The Best Educational Apps For Improved Reading Comprehension | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
15 Of The Best Educational Apps For Improved Reading Comprehension

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Lindsay Doss's curator insight, February 6, 2014 7:39 PM

Very helpful apps for my grade level!

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The Book That Changed Me Forever

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"Sure. Whatever," I murmured, as I continued slouching and staring. Little did I know that before my 14th birthday, that brick of a book would capture my heart and change me forever.

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GoogleLitTrips Reading List's curator insight, July 29, 2013 10:10 AM

In this case the book was Gone With the Wind. Though this particular 15 year-old high school student's article is pretty much entirely focused upon the impact that GWTW had on her life, the article isn't about GWTW at all; at least not from this English teacher's point of view.

It's about Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development. In this case, the initial contact with GWTW was Ms Barlas' mother's insight that her daughter might like the book because it was "based in Atlanta [where we live} so you might enjoy it." 

But even then, Ms Barlas was reluctant to read the book for a catalog of reasons not at all unlike the catalog of reasons that cause her friends and peers and many of our students to be resistant to reading. Too thick, too distant from the world I live in or care about, a main character who was too snobby, and perhaps most significant, too distant from what friends would approve of in that peer-pressure laden straight jacket sort of way that makes stepping out of the box an act of courage beyond the available self-confidence strength required to "go where no friend has gone before."

But, as happens with many young adults attempting to make their way through the cocoon phase of life, Ms Barlas did read the book. She did face the challenge of going where she had not gone before. She dealt with the potentially crippling taunting of her friends. And, she wound up on a classic "one thing just led to another" journey that changed her life.

Resistant rejection gradually became relatively unenthusiastic reading, then intrigued engagement, then enjoyment, then love, then love of all things related to GWTW, then to an exploration and discovery of an entire world of places and cultures and films and music and history and to a passionate driving force to go beyond her previous boundaries.

You can almost see a beautiful butterfly emerging from the cocoon of unknowing; a young adult coming to care about things she never cared about as she also discovered the shallowness of caring about things she'd come to realize weren't really worth spending much effort caring about.

It's a beautiful story. That is, Ms Barlas' story is beautiful. Gone With the Wind may or may not be a beautiful story. But, it played a beautiful role in Ms Barlas' story.

No book or poem or play is a must read for every young adult. Ms Barlas' journey, like our own, is a personal journey. GWTW was the book in her case; it was not the book in many, MANY others' cases. The same can be said of any one the many books in the great canon.

In my case, there were a few stories that set me on a similar journey. Fear Strikes Out by Jimmy Piersall took me on an unexpected journey from my fairly deep interest in baseball to a place well beyond my interest in basebal;l to a world I'd never cared about, the world of compassion for those suffering from mental illnesses. That book was responsible for deleting my ignorant and irresponsible use of the word "retard" as a valued put-down.

It was the movie Goldfinger that led me to read the book and then to read every James Bond book by Ian Fleming, to discovering Ian Fleming had also written Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, to discovering the joys of "knowing an author not just a story "by whoever it was that had written the story."

It was Voltaire's Candide and the film The Graduate that took me from my high priority of being the class clown who thought anything that made people laugh was funny to discovering that satire can open one's eyes to more important things to care about than the laughs-at-any-cost attention, I craved so much. 

And, in my case, this was the beginning of my journey towards becoming an English teacher who eventually realized that the power of great and even not-so-great-storytelling to "bust us out of cocoons we don't even know we're in; to shine a light in a room we had never realized was nearly pitch black; to change catepillars into butterfles and human beings into humane beings is a wonderful thing. And, to take my passion for sharing the value of great storytelling as a sacred obligation that combined the Venn-like coming together of nearness, readiness, and life's great questions.

Though I knew it by various other names, I'd like to give Ms Barlas' history teacher a shout out for her integration of an "orbital studies" project that allowed students to explore history from beyond the "disaggrated" divisions into which we've traditionally broken our curricula. This is not to say that our curricula is broken; but there are pieces that would benefit from being put back together.

And, coming from the literature side, though I still have some reservations about common core implementations, I was pleased to see that Ms Barlas's journey led her to appreciate the contributions of both literary reading and informational reading to her greater appreciation for life's many great challenges...and rewards.

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Going Retro: Reading Apps for Real Books

Going Retro: Reading Apps for Real Books | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it

YouTube clips. Texting. Twitter. Facebook status updates.

The prevalence of short-attention-span media — easily scanned or consumed — has led to much hand-wringing over how students will develop that lifelong love of reading perceived to be so critical to lifelong learning.

One answer (in addition to “it’s not as bad as you think,” as a recent Pew Research Center study might be summarized) may be in adapting the function to the form. Which is to say to put real, and sometimes classic, children’s books on the latest digital devices via apps and the web.  Mindshift article on reading Apps.


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How Reading Makes Us More Human - The Atlantic

How Reading Makes Us More Human
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Cynthia Cardenas's curator insight, September 22, 2015 4:22 PM

In this article the author mentions a few books that were talked about in the New York times and are great examples of how reading can make us better people. The author mentions an essay that was written by Gregory Currie and how this essay is about how reading literature gives us the ability to better understand other people. Reading many books through out our lives can not only help us see the way others think but to put ourselves in their shoes. I think that this is true because over time we can become more and more open minded when we read about different situations that people have been through and we can either relate to them or respect them. This article is a scholarly written by a English professor at a university. 

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Defining Close Reading | Burkins & Yaris

Defining Close Reading | Burkins & Yaris | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
In this post, we work to define the term close reading based upon our own close readings of the Common Core Standards and our understanding of what it is asking of educators.

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Rita Brown's curator insight, January 23, 2013 3:04 PM

This is something we're going to have to define if we're going to have nation-wide coherence.

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Empatia | Seqüència didàctica 121150 - Tiching

Empatia | Seqüència didàctica 121150 - Tiching | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
¿Sabemos que es la empatía? es la capacidad para ponerse en el lugar del otro y saber lo que siente o incluso lo que puede estar pensando. ¿Y por qué deb...

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Neuronas espejo y civilización: a través del conocimiento compartido hacia la Inteligencia colectiva

Neuronas espejo y civilización: a través del conocimiento compartido hacia la Inteligencia colectiva | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it

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Reader Empathy: Catch It & Keep It - by Angela Ackerman

Reader Empathy: Catch It & Keep It - by Angela Ackerman | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
Gluing readers to the page. This is a writer’s goal each step of the way, from gaining the attention of an agent, to compelling an editor to make an offer, and finally, to enthralling an audience.

 

We strive to make people experience something powerful when they read our words. To genuinely FEEL. To care. Sounds...um, not easy? I know! Building empathy requires skill, knowledge and practice. Writers must become deeply in tune with a reader’s emotions and learn how to use these feelings to bind them to the story...

 

5 Ways To Encourage Reader Empathy

 

Humanize your character....Get inside their bones. ...Clearly define the needs, goals, and stakes....Hobble characters through challenges that readers sympathize with........


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¿Por qué nos encariñamos con los personajes de ficción? Neuronas espejo y lectura | EL TIRAMILLA

¿Por qué nos encariñamos con los personajes de ficción? Neuronas espejo y lectura | EL TIRAMILLA | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
En agosto pasé unos días con mi pareja en Senegal. Acompañados por un guía del país, fuimos en coche de Dakar al desierto, del desierto a Saint Louis, y de allí hasta la costa.

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Leer novelas de ficción mejora las habilidades sociales - Agencia Cubana de Noticias

Leer novelas de ficción mejora las habilidades sociales - Agencia Cubana de Noticias | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
Informe21.com Leer novelas de ficción mejora las habilidades sociales Agencia Cubana de Noticias La Habana, 7 oct (AIN) La lectura de novelas de ficción mejora las habilidades sociales, al proporcionar apreciaciones del mundo desde otros puntos de...

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Lectura con el iPad

Lectura con el iPad | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it

 

Fernando Gabriel Gutiérrez nos presenta "Una experiencia de lectura con el Ipad: un bibliotecario ante los nuevos soportes".


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Book News: Defending Fiction, Tweeting Poetry

Book News: Defending Fiction, Tweeting Poetry | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
“Once we realize that language is acquired by imitation—it becomes obvious that language comes from without, not from within.” In a letter he wrote in 1903, Alexander Graham Bell asserts that language is learned by exposure, and that we...

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Is this really mind-reading?

Is this really mind-reading? | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it
Mo Costandi: Translating brain activity into words is clever, but a long way from decoding and reconstructing human consciousness...

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15 Apps to Help Students with Dyslexia & Reading Difficulties - NCLD

15 Apps to Help Students with Dyslexia & Reading Difficulties - NCLD | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it

Reading is the area in which students with dyslexia struggle the most. Luckily, there are mobile apps that can help with functions like text-to-speech and translation.


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Luis Vargas's curator insight, August 6, 2013 4:28 PM

Lo que hubiera dado yo por una de estas apps cuando era niño; lástima que en ese entonces sólo daban coscorrones en estos casos

Beth Panitz, Ed.D.'s curator insight, August 7, 2013 4:28 PM

An easy-to-read table of apps. Includes links and descriptions.

Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, August 8, 2013 10:45 PM

Great appps to help!

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iPad and Guided Reading

iPad and Guided Reading | Lectura literaria | Scoop.it

"Many teachers have been using iPads to develop reading in the classroom. This post looks at how they can be integrated into guided reading, however the apps we recommend are versatile enough to be used across many teaching reading contexts."


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John Pearce's curator insight, April 9, 2013 4:29 AM

A neat article complete with applist and workflow looking at guided reading