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La lengua materna y el aprendizaje

La lengua materna y el aprendizaje | Nani Figueroa | Scoop.it

Consideramos como un axioma  el principio  de que cada niño  en edad escolar debería  asistir  a  la  escuela y  de que  cada  analfabeto  debería  recibir  la  enseñanza  de la  lectura y  la  escritura. También  damos por  descontado que el empleo de la  lengua  materna  del  alumno  constituye  el  mejor  método de enseñanza.

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25 Tips to Make the Most of a MOOC - Online College Search - Your Accredited Online Degree Directory

25 Tips to Make the Most of a MOOC - Online College Search - Your Accredited Online Degree Directory | Nani Figueroa | Scoop.it
We share 25 ways to stay in the loop, on task, and get the most out of your MOOC, or massive online open course, experience.

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Why All Ed Reform Fails | TeachThought: Terry Heick

Why All Ed Reform Fails | TeachThought: Terry Heick | Nani Figueroa | Scoop.it

This focus on the “school” is a normal first reaction. However, after uncountable failures to “fix school,” it’s curious we haven’t learned better.

 

Part of it may be due to sentimentality. We’re so attached to the notion of school—it’s a cultural icon after all—that we cannot see other possibilities. Lunchboxes, recess, pigtails, and letter grades are powerful symbols–and gremlins. Ultimately, while formal locusts of learning are entirely appropriate, entrenched and highly artificial constructs of academia are not. Prevailing definitions of intelligence, creativity, and even collaboration are not simply overly-narrow, they’re lies that have been told through a stained-glass mosaic of report cards, standardized testing, and the illusion of “higher education.”


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