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Warum Schulleiter ein öffentliches Portfolio haben sollten

Warum Schulleiter ein öffentliches Portfolio haben sollten | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it
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Schulleiter brauchen in ihrer Vorbildfunktion ein eigenes e-Portfolio. Nur wer es selber lebt, dem wird geglaubt.
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Keynote - National event e-portfolio 2017 - e-Portfolio - Special Interest Groups - Community - eduhub

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Ein Vortrag von Dominique Jan von der Open University zum Thema Portfolios in der Ausbildung und deren Transfer in die Berufswelt
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IoT in Education by Designing Smart Learning Environments

IoT in Education by Designing Smart Learning Environments | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it
Wie gestaltet man intelligente Lernumgebungen? Diese Frage wird im Folgenden beantwortet und baut auf den Beitrag "Das Internet der Dinge erfordert neue pädagogische Lernkonzepte" auf. Have a look here for a short overview in english. Eine intelligente Lernumgebung geht adaptiv auf unterschiedlichste Nutzerbedürfnisse ein. Nicht nur die Inhalte werden an den Bedürfnissen ausgerichtet, sondern auch…
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Was kennzeichnet ein Smart Learning Environment? Was muss beim Faktor Mensch berücksichtigt werden und was beim Faktor Raum, der Umgebung, in der der Mensch lernt.
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How do researchers use social media and scholarly collaboration networks (SCNs)? : Of Schemes and Memes Blog

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Researchers do SEEK but not SENSE or SHARE.
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Content Chunking: The Basis To An Engaging And Well-Designed Course - eLearning Industry

Content Chunking: The Basis To An Engaging And Well-Designed Course - eLearning Industry | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it
Want to know why Content Chunking is the basis of an engaging and well-designed course? Check why Content Chunking is crucial for well-designed courses.
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A still remember presentation slides or e-learning sites just full of text. Chunking down is not only essential to keep the learner engaged, but also forces the author to really separate the essential from the nice-to-know.
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MOOCs and higher education: evolution or revolution? | OUPblog

MOOCs and higher education: evolution or revolution? | OUPblog | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) burst into the public consciousness in 2012 after feverish press reports about elite US universities offering free courses, through the Internet, to hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) course on Circuits and Electronics that had attracted 155,000 registrations was a typical example. Pundits proclaimed a revolution in higher education and numerous universities, fearful of being left behind, joined a rush to offer MOOCs.
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I couldn't agree more. What John Daniel describes is exactly my own experience. I know people who did complete a MOOC (- I did several of them -), and they all were "older", tech-savy and curios people with a degree, eager to learn new stuff but not willing (or able) to do a whole curriculum. There may be a range of reasons for that, but important for me is to keep MOOCs in mind as a tool for continued education of higher educated people with a tight agenda - if it wasn't so costly and time-consuming to produce them.....
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Do more tweets mean higher citations?

Do more tweets mean higher citations? | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it

Martin Fenner, a german researcher, is the man behind the ALTMETRICS project that aims to classify papers by how heavily they are discussed within the scientific community using social media monitoring. He also started the CrowdoMeter project that analyzes tweets citing scientific papers. For the future, he visualizes "personalised journals" which deliver us exactly the content we want. I agree.

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The Twitter Phenomenon #madwriting

The Twitter Phenomenon #madwriting | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it

Madwriting is a twitter phenomenon (using the hashtag #madwriting) where academics, wirters, and other people battle procrastination and practice writing by joining up for a short but focused burst of writing. The session last for 30 minutes, in which the madwriters try to eschew distractions for writing. After the 30 minutes, the word count is reported on Twitter, and totals are made.

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Persönliche Lernumgebung im Web gestalten - Wissensarbeit #cl2025

Persönliche Lernumgebung im Web gestalten - Wissensarbeit #cl2025 | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it
Beispiele aktueller Tools zur Organisation ihrer Wissensarbeit zur Gestaltung einer persönlichen Lernumgebung (PLE) mit der die Wertschöpfung a
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Ein kurzer Überblick von Volkmar Lange zu PLE und den dazugehörigen Tools
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This guide really points out what using Twitter is about- like!
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Learning Game Design: Teaching Declarative Knowledge With Serious Games - eLearning Industry

Learning Game Design: Teaching Declarative Knowledge With Serious Games - eLearning Industry | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it
Want to know how to teach declarative knowledge with serious games? Check what you need to know about effective Learning Game Design.
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In almost every discipline, you have some declarative knowledge- terms, definitions, vocabularies, taxonomies. Having some fun while learning them is definitively a good thing. Story telling may require quiet some creativity, or minimisation like "Nie Ohne Seife Waschen" (never wash without soap) to remember the cardinal points "Norden, Osten, Süden, Westen". For Trivia, you need quiet some facts to be thought. But Sorting and Matching already works for very small amounts of knowledge. Luckily, many LMS do have creative quiz options that include sorting and matching. So give your students some fun!
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The Future Of Work: It's Already Here -- And Not As Scary As You Think

The Future Of Work: It's Already Here -- And Not As Scary As You Think | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it
I recently had the opportunity to speak at the Singularity University Summit in San Francisco on The Future of Work. After months of research on the topic, reading dozens of books and articles on AI, robotics, and economics, I came to a simple conclusion: the future of work is already here. And [...]
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A great article about how our work environment,  our understanding of work and jobs, and the demands on ourselves have and will change
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70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it

To Whom It Apparently Concerns,

Yes Virginia, there is research behind 70-20-10!

I am Robert W. Eichinger, PhD. I’m one of the creators, along with the research staff of the Center for Creative Leadership, of the 70-20-10 meme [the dictionary defines a meme as an “idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person”]. Note: see The Leadership Machine, Michael M. Lombardo and Robert W. Eichinger, Lominger International, Inc., Third Edition 2007, Chapter 21, Assignmentology: The Art of Assignment Management, pages 314-361.

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70% Learning from challenging assignments, 20% from others and 10% from coursework (formal), that's a golden rule of learning theory. But where does it come from? Is it proven? Bob Eichinger explains.
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What happens when you tweet an Open Access Paper

What happens when you tweet an Open Access Paper | Lernen der Zukunft | Scoop.it

Melissa Terra tweeted about her open access paper and observed a huge increase of downloads. Her conclusion: "Ergo, if you want people to read your papers, make them open access, and let the community know (via blogs, twitter, etc) where to get them. Not rocket science. But worth spending time doing. Just dont develop a stats habit."

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