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The Future of Work and Learning

The Future of Work and Learning | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
The Future of Work and Learning The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and it is changing everything.

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ISTE | It's time to commit to digital citizenship!

ISTE | It's time to commit to digital citizenship! | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

“Learning to be an effective digital citizen is not something that happens if we don’t actively teach it,” Culatta says. “And preparing a generation of effective digital citizens is the most important thing we can do to ensure our democracy for the future.”

Unfortunately, many educators still mistakenly conflate digital citizenship with online safety. While teaching kids to craft strong passwords and refrain from posting inappropriate pictures online is important, it’s no longer enough. In an era of fake news and increasingly bitter political polarization, it’s time for teachers to move beyond online safety and teach students how to use technology to:

* Make their communities better.
* Respectfully engage with people who have different beliefs.
* Shape and change public policy.
*Assess the validity of online sources of information.

 

“Digital citizenship, it turns out, is not a list of ‘don’ts’ but a list of ‘dos’,” Culatta says. “And never has it been more important than it is now.”

 


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, July 16, 7:42 PM

Essential skills for kids of all ages. 

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The School in the Cloud

The School in the Cloud | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
The School in the Cloud platform was originally launched at the 2014 TED conference to help accelerate this research by helping educators — be they teachers, parents or community leaders — to run their own SOLEs and to contribute to the global experiment by sharing their experiences with others.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, July 18, 12:51 PM

This is a fantastic resource for those wishing to try SOLE with their classes.

MFaculty's curator insight, July 19, 9:08 AM
This is an intriguing platform and opportunity to connect learners and teachers. The potential to foster critical thinking through challenging questions will be the key to innovative discoveries, as well as independent learning gains.
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The ‘experimental’ concept of grouping students by ability instead of age divides the experts

The ‘experimental’ concept of grouping students by ability instead of age divides the experts | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
A Melbourne school has scrapped age-based classes and given students free rein to assign themselves to whatever year level they feel best meets their ability.

Students at Templestowe College – a public secondary school in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs – are grouped according to their skill or ability level, rather than their age.

“Entry students” (Year 7’s) must study four core units – English, maths, science and health/physical education – with other similar-aged students, and can begin to familiarise themselves with other mixed-aged students by choosing two units from their 130 different electives.

From Year 8 onwards, students have complete control over the course load and can work at a level they feel is best suited to their ability. A class can include anyone from 13 to 18 years of age.

Principal Pete Ellis said 20 per cent of Year 8-aged students took a VCE unit in 2017 and passed.

“Anything is possible”, Mr Ellis said.

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Kim Flintoff's curator insight, March 31, 7:34 PM
A Melbourne school has scrapped age-based classes and given students free rein to assign themselves to whatever year level they feel best meets their ability. Students at Templestowe College – a public secondary school in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs – are grouped according to their skill or ability level, rather than their age.
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Category:Creativity Techniques - Mycoted

Category:Creativity Techniques - Mycoted | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
This A to Z of Creativity and Innovation Techniques, provides an introduction to a range of tools and techniques for both idea generation (Creativity) and converting those ideas into reality (Innovation). Like most tools these techniques all have their good and bad points. I like to think of these creativity and innovation techniques as tools in a toolbox in much the same way as my toolbox at home for DIY. It has a saw, spanner, hammer, knife and all sorts of other things in it, they are all very useful, but you have to pick the right tool (creativity / Innovation technique) for each job. This site will try and provide a little guidance along with each tool to let you know whether it's best used for cutting paper or putting in nails.

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Zanifesto - A free infograohics creator

Zanifesto - A free infograohics creator | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
Create custom infographics with our affordable and free graphics builder.

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Ruth Reynolds's curator insight, March 18, 4:18 PM
This might be interesting to try. Anything that helps develop infographics in a quick manner is useful.
elearning at eCampus ULg's curator insight, March 19, 3:32 AM
Because infographics is also a way to display your mindmap
Tina Jameson's curator insight, March 22, 10:19 PM
Web based Infographic builder that seems well set up, and at the moment is free to use.  
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Teaching for the Future | OECD READ edition | #ModernEDUcation #ModernLEARNing (#PDF)

Teaching for the Future | OECD READ edition | #ModernEDUcation #ModernLEARNing (#PDF) | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

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

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

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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The World's Best Free Online Storyboard Creator

The World's Best Free Online Storyboard Creator | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
Create storyboards with our free storyboard software! Filmmaker, teachers, students, businesses all love Storyboard That, easy online storyboard & comic creator

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Alpha Selene DeLap's curator insight, March 14, 11:14 AM

This is a great free tool for creating materials for students or getting students to create materials. Great way to visualise thinking too.

Limitless Learning Limited's curator insight, March 14, 12:35 PM
A great way to create storyboards and cartoons
António Leça Domingues's curator insight, March 30, 9:38 AM
Crie histórias online
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Sir Ken Robinson’s Next Act: You Are the System and You Can Change Education | EdSurge News

Sir Ken Robinson’s Next Act: You Are the System and You Can Change Education | EdSurge News | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
Sir Ken Robinson’s views on creativity are abundantly well documented. In his 2006 TED Talk—still the most-watched of all time—he claimed that “we are educating people out of their creative capacities” and charged the current education system with being too rigid in adhering to traditional academic subjects. Kids, he argued, need time to dance, draw, create and find what they’re good at.

But he hasn’t given up on schools or education—far from it, in fact. For his follow-up act, Robinson is releasing a new book for parents on how to raise capable children who thrive in school. Make no mistake, though, he’s still shaking up the system (and redefining what that actually means).

In a wide-ranging interview, Robinson recently spoke with us about collaboration versus competition, the all-important parent-teacher relationship and what every parent and educator can do to improve education.

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Establishing A Culture Of ‘Can’ In Your Classroom - TeachThought

Establishing A Culture Of ‘Can’ In Your Classroom - TeachThought | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
If a learner is to develop a sense of can, he or she must learn it. While some students have more natural confidence or initiative than others, can is slightly different than confidence. Can is a mix of knowledge and self-efficacy that has been nurtured through experience — by consistently meeting both internally and externally created goals judged by standards that are also both internally and externally drawn.

So how does this happen? Where does it come from?

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Establishing A Culture Of ‘Can’ In Your Classroom
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12 Ways to Upgrade Your Classroom Design - Cult of Pedagogy 

12 Ways to Upgrade Your Classroom Design - Cult of Pedagogy  | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | 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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How Blockchain Will Transform Credentialing (and Education)

How Blockchain Will Transform Credentialing (and Education) | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
According to a new report by the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commission’s science and knowledge service, Blockchain will end paper based certificates, automate the award, recognition and transfer of credits, increase learner ownership and control over their own data, reduce institutional data costs and risk–but only if open standards are adopted.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, March 16, 12:08 PM

According to a new report by the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commission’s science and knowledge service, Blockchain will end paper based certificates, automate the award, recognition and transfer of credits, increase learner ownership and control over their own data, reduce institutional data costs and risk–but only if open standards are adopted.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

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

 

davidconover's curator insight, March 20, 1:32 PM
Here is an excellent report on How Blockchain Will Transform Credentialing (and Education). This hyperledger will change your district. Who will create and grant these certifications? #ibm, #blockchain, #IBMchampion, #weteachcs. #IBMcode, #edtech
 
Joann David's curator insight, March 23, 10:23 AM
The evolution of eportfolios and career management
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Why games are good for learning?

Why games are good for learning? | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

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Julio Cirnes's curator insight, November 25, 2013 3:46 PM

Please teacher, more games!

Ryan McDonough's curator insight, July 7, 2014 8:19 AM

Self explanatory visual on the benefits of gaming as a means of learning. Outlined are the rewards, mastery, engagement, intensity, exercise, readiness, and competitiveness. These types of graphics need to be displayed in the classroom. There's always parents who are unsure of how gaming qualifies as teaching. Can't they just sit their kid in front of an iPad all day at home? Well, in the appropriate setting, with the right direction and guidance, games are certainly good for learning. Some people just don't know that from experience yet.

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Why games are good for learning?
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Clean up your online presence - Deseat.me

Clean up your online presence - Deseat.me | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

Clean up your online presence

Instantly get a list of all your accounts, delete the ones you are not using.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 2, 7:41 AM

Great tool if you or your students want to make a new start and clear up your online footprint.

Suzana Biseul PRo's curator insight, October 3, 1:56 PM
Indispensable!
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Teaching Current Events in the Age of Social Media - Edutopia

Teaching Current Events in the Age of Social Media - Edutopia | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

"With each click of the mouse or flip of the channel, our society is inundated with headlines focused on natural disasters, sexual harassment allegations, countries on the brink of war, and teen suicides. While none of this is anything new, the bombardment of these stories is unique to this generation of student. Social media, the 24-hour news cycle, and questionable media sources (or questionable reporting techniques) have become their own newsworthy headlines. As a result, life can appear dark, far darker than in pre–social media days.

As adults, we bring our prior knowledge of history and our optimism about humanity to help us process and filter this inundation. Our students, however, do not have hindsight to combat their feelings of helplessness. They are surrounded by unfiltered current events—a rapid fire of negativity that can leave them vulnerable and overly anxious. It’s no wonder that teen stress is on the rise.

Nevertheless, our students have to know about the world around them, and part of our job as educators is to prepare them for the realities of the world outside the classroom walls. It’s difficult, however, to walk this precarious high wire of responsibility knowing that we need to expose students to current events and yet still nurture them developmentally."


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Being able to teach students about what is going on in the world by social media.
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Don’t forget, Instructional Design is about problem solving

Don’t forget, Instructional Design is about problem solving | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

Can you fix my computer?" This simple question (or a similar one) has most likely been asked of every instructional designer (ID), indicating a misalignment about what IDs do and what others think they actually do. This confusion is nothing new, but what seems to be different now is that those of us in the field may have bought into the confusion — or are helping sustain the misunderstanding because we have lost our way or forgotten where we came from.

In this blog we offer a quick refresher on the origins of instructional design, which is especially valuable because the demand for what we do is increasing. As Kyle Peck reminds us, "a 'perfect storm' of forces both within and outside education are about to accelerate the evolution of learning and learning design, increasing the demand for well-prepared learning designers, learning-related tool builders, and learning-related researchers."


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Kristi Newgarden's curator insight, April 5, 10:41 AM

Faculty can use Instructional Designers to solve learning and teaching problems, while relying on IT to solve problems with technologies.

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To Increase Learners Engagement: Use Different Types Of Visual Content

To Increase Learners Engagement: Use Different Types Of Visual Content | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
As Human Brain Love Visuals So Its A Great Idea To Add Visuals In Your Content To Increase Your Learners. Visuals Also Help Your Learners To Understand Easily.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, March 6, 5:36 AM

Check this out! Thanks to Elizabeth E. Charles.

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Comprendre ce qu'est l'index du moteur de recherche de Google

Comprendre ce qu'est l'index du moteur de recherche de Google | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
L'Index d'un moteur de recherche désigne le système permettant au moteur de stocker les pages pour avoir une vision à un temps T du contenu du Web. Un index est donc une copie du Web au sein de laquelle le moteur va effectuer ses recherches.

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Stéphane Crémier's curator insight, April 1, 4:10 PM
Les dessous de l'usine à gaz...
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4 ways to thrive in the robotic age without losing your humanity

4 ways to thrive in the robotic age without losing your humanity | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

“How to Thrive in the Robotic Age Without Losing Your Humanity“ was not your typical bloated enterprise keynote. In around 30 minutes, Tim Leberecht jolted an audience of operations experts at HfS FORA New York City.

Though I have some minor intellectual quarrels with Leberecht (more on that in a bit), he places machines and humans at a crossroads we need to reckon with. He also has unusual advice for enterprises, with an unexpected concept – bringing romance to business. Leberecht, who is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of The Business Romantic Society, has honed his thinking via a bestselling book on the business of romance, and a highly viewed TED talk.

Mix operations and romance at your peril. Leberecht joked:


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Can a New Approach to Information Literacy Reduce Digital Polarization? | EdSurge News

Can a New Approach to Information Literacy Reduce Digital Polarization? | EdSurge News | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

The internet doesn’t come with an instruction manual, but it should—to give users the skills to separate truth from falsehood so they can distinguish between propaganda and the indisputable and confirmable. And colleges should be the place leading students through this reference book.

That’s the argument of Michael Caulfield, director of blended and networked learning at Washington State University Vancouver, and it isn’t just some “hot take” designed to be provocative. He actually wrote the manual. And he has already convinced more than a dozen colleges to adopt it (and more than 100 college libraries to prominently link to it). Recently, he’s started research in an effort to prove that it works (and can help preserve American democracy).

Caulfield’s instruction manual—called Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers—explains how to avoid ending up down in these infotraps. It describes what it terms Four Moves and a Habit for evaluating any online article by going upstream to track claims or quotes to their original sources. The actual site of the Washington football team had no mention of this monumental mascot change, so I could have disproven the article in a couple of seconds.


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Willem Kuypers's curator insight, March 24, 5:39 AM
Projet intéressant à suivre : le manuel des étudiants pour internet.
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Stephen's Web ~ IMS Global Learning Consortium Announces Open Badges 2.0 Certifications

Stephen's Web ~ IMS Global Learning Consortium Announces Open Badges 2.0 Certifications | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it
This post from late February was referenced today in an email dfrom Rob Abel to IMS members updating them on the status of open badges patents. He references "a public listing of potential prior art generated by the Open Badges community" and also that "Pearson Acclaim pledged a royalty-free RAND license to any essential claims under a pending patent." More recently, "the patent office subsequently rejected some of the patent claims that are listed on the prior art spreadsheet." He also references "the strong support for the newly released OBv2 standard" that is the subject of this link.

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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 Wild and Amazing World of Augmented Reality

The Wild and Amazing World of Augmented Reality | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | 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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Teaching for the Future | OECD READ edition | #ModernEDUcation #ModernLEARNing (#PDF)

Teaching for the Future | OECD READ edition | #ModernEDUcation #ModernLEARNing (#PDF) | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

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

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

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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Geemik Maria Açucena Da Silva's curator insight, April 7, 8:23 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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A Professional Learning Teacher Toolkit

A Professional Learning Teacher Toolkit | Quality and benchmarking in open learning, OER and UGC | Scoop.it

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António Leça Domingues's curator insight, June 24, 2016 2:54 AM
Kit de desenvolvimento pessoal para professores.
David W. Deeds's curator insight, June 29, 2016 7:38 PM

Very useful! Thanks to Michel Verstrepen.      

Munira Mansoor's curator insight, March 20, 3:51 AM

This topic shows how to put professionalism in our Routine and get it accommodate in our work.