Recursos Didacticos en espanol
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Contenido, ebooks, imágenes, multimedia, etc. en español que faciliten al maestro la creación de contenidos con fines educativos. (y porque no? también algunos sitios de contenidos en ingles)
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Interconnections | The MIT Press

Interconnections | The MIT Press | Recursos Didacticos en espanol | Scoop.it

In an era of increasing interconnectedness, knowledge — and power — belongs to those who understand the nature of the interdependent systems that organize the world — and have the skills to change those systems. The books in the Interconnections collection offer K-12 educators a curriculum toolkit for supporting systems thinking with a design-based approach to learning that aligns with current Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards while still being relevant to youth interests in digital culture.

Each book teaches systems thinking concepts and skills in the context of a specific digital media platform and includes an average of six design challenges or learning projects. This innovative, design-based approach is useful for both in- and out-of-school settings, and was developed collaboratively by designers and educators from Indiana University’s Creativity Labs, Institute of Play, the Digital Youth Network, and the National Writing Project.

“Young people growing up today will surely be called upon to address thorny problems that cut across global, interconnected systems: the environment, the economy, the global infrastructure. Few skills will be more important than the capacity to see, understand, and innovate systems. The Interconnections collection, created through a collaboration among scholars, curriculum developers, and teachers across the National Writing Project, provides approaches to teaching systems thinking through activities that also build literacy and support Common Core Standards and career-readiness. This ‘both-and’ approach is a demonstration of what forward-looking curriculum must be in a digital age.”—Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, Executive Director, National Writing Project, University of California, Berkeley “The books in this collection offer wonderful activities for engaging young people in new ways of making, helping them learn to express themselves creatively with new technologies. But even more important, they engage young people in new ways of seeing, helping them develop new perspectives for understanding the world—and understanding themselves.”—Mitchel Resnick, LEGO Papert Professor of Learning Research, and Director, Lifelong Kindergarten group, MIT Media Lab 


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XOs in Brazil: impacting early reading and writing | One Laptop per Child

Seymour’s Papert ideas are a source of inspiration for many teachers and researchers in Brazil and had a big impact on how the country’s computer lab program was shaped in the past. One Laptop Per Child brought to life Papert’s vision for a Children’s Machine, and also inspired many teachers and academics in the country.


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Salman Khan: Let's use video to reinvent education | Video on TED.com

TED Talks Salman Khan talks about how and why he created the remarkable Khan Academy, a carefully structured series of educational videos offering complete curricula in math and, now, other subjects.

 

"It's not just a flip model he is promoting, with content acquisition happening outside the class and working with that content happening in the class, he's getting down into the psychology of learning, contrasting encouraging failure but expecting mastery, with penalising failure while not expecting mastery."  Senior Associate, Liberating Learning


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Libros Electrónicos Gratis para Descargar

Libros Electrónicos Gratis para Descargar | Recursos Didacticos en espanol | Scoop.it
Libros electrónicos gratis. Descarga ebooks gratuitos e información de autores clásicos y contemporaneos. ¡Lee en línea, Kindle, Nook o cualquier lector electrónico!
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About Us | Explore MIT App Inventor

About Us | Explore MIT App Inventor | Recursos Didacticos en espanol | Scoop.it

MIT App Inventor is a blocks-based programming tool that allows everyone, even novices, to start programming and build fully functional apps for Android devices. Newcomers to App Inventor can have their first app up and running in an hour or less, and can program more complex apps in significantly less time than with more traditional, text-based languages. Initially developed by Professor Hal Abelson and a team from Google Education while Hal was on sabbatical at Google, App Inventor runs as a Web service administered by staff at MIT’s Center for Mobile Learning - a collaboration of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the MIT Media Lab. MIT App Inventor supports a worldwide community of nearly 3 million users representing 195 countries worldwide. The tool’s more than 100 thousand active weekly users have built more than 7 million android apps. An open-source tool that seeks to make both programming and app creation accessible to a wide range of audiences, MIT App Inventor has grabbed the attention of:

Formal and informal educators who have used MIT App Inventor to introduce programming to their Computer Science students, science club members, after-school programs attendees, and summer campers. Many educators have also started to use MIT App Inventor to develop apps in support of their own instructional objectives.Government and civic employees and volunteers who have harnessed the power of MIT App Inventor to develop custom, often hyper-local apps in response to natural disasters and community-based needs Designers and product managers who have seen the potential that MIT App Inventor has to support the iterative design process via rapid prototyping, testing and iteration.Researchers who use MIT App Inventor to create custom app in support to meet their data collection and analysis requirements in support of their research in a wide variety of fields from medical to social.Hobbyists and Entrepreneurs who have an idea they want to quickly turn into an app without the cost or learning curve that more traditional app creation entails.

Our Work

The work of the MIT App Inventor team is driven by five primary objectives:

Sustaining and enhancing the tool - we have made a long-term commitment to sustaining and enhancing MIT App Inventor as a cutting edge free service to end users. To this end, we are continuously improving the tool, adding new features, debugging and enhancing its performance.Building enterprise enhancements - Motorola and Ford we work with public agencies and private corporations to support unique applications of the tool by developing or enhancing custom features of MIT App Inventor in response to partner needs.Building capacity - we seek to expand the capacity of formal and informal computing education for adults and youth around the world. In doing so, we are actively engaged in developing and disseminating resources and training materials to support those interested in creating programs in their locale.Promoting computer science education - we are committed to calling attention to the state of computer science and computational thinking in education. From a policy perspective we actively engaged in local and national conversations about standards. From an awareness perspective, we are eager to participate and support large-scale campaigns that support reaching new audiences.Conducting and supporting community research - undergraduate and graduate students at MIT and collaborating institutions are actively engaged in conducting and publishing research while developing, testing and evaluating the use of MIT App Inventor around the world.


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with iPads - Learning Continuity

with iPads - Learning Continuity | Recursos Didacticos en espanol | Scoop.it

Write an eBook in iPads! Students (or teachers) can easily become authors of their own eBooks and upload to the iBooks App or the Stanza App on the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.


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CK12.ORG - FlexBooks

CK12.ORG - FlexBooks | Recursos Didacticos en espanol | Scoop.it
CK-12 Foundation is a non-profit organization with a mission to reduce the cost of textbook materials for the K-12 market both in the U.S. and worldwide.
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