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Intentional Design vs ADDIE

Intentional Design vs ADDIE | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

This title sounds like an impending trashing of the traditions of ADDIE, but I believe it simply places entrenched methodology in a more current and responsive context. While it seems that many are trashing old school ADDIE, I would argue that ADDIE is alive and well; in fact, is at the core of any effort to design and deliver a training solution. Agile design is catching a great deal of attention at all the conferences I’ve spoken at in 2013 but when you get right down to it, what we find in the iterative attributes of “agile” methods are incremental applications of ADDIE.

I think our consternation over ADDIE is rooted in the fact that it is merely a methodology targeting knowledge transfer in the context of a training solution. Nothing wrong with that, but demands of a sustainable workforce are characterized by the convergence of (1) the need to learn effectively with (2) the need to perform flawlessly from within the workflow – at the point of work. ADDIE was never scoped nor chartered to do that. If “agile” methods are adopted simply to gain “rapid development” we’re missing the boat. We wind up with agile lipstick on the training pig, and that was never intended to drive sustainable performance outcomes in the downstream, post-training point of work.

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La Universidad 4.0

La Universidad 4.0 | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Mucho se habla de la Universidad 4.0 en difentes foros educativos realizados en Estados Unidos y Europa, pero muy poco se habla de este paradigma en el Caribe. La pandemia provocada por el Coronavirus está empeorando la fragilidad financiera global. Como consecuencia de esta crisis global, los avances y adelantos tecnológicos que estaban destinados a lanzarse dentro de unos años han tenido que adelantarse en esta cuarentena. A partir de hoy veremos el lanzamiento de nuevas herramientas web, programas de código abierto, sistemas, plataformas y aplicaciones móviles diseñadas para enfrentar el aislamiento físico que detiene las actividades empresariales, gubernamentales, organizacionales, políticas, económicas, ambientales y educativas.

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Educación en tiempos de COVID: Así debería ser la Escuela a Distancia

Educación en tiempos de COVID: Así debería ser la Escuela a Distancia | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Muchas escuelas de todo el mundo hicieron la transición abruptamente al aprendizaje a distancia en marzo, cuando el covid-19 obligó a las escuelas tradicionales a cerrar sus puertas. Pero gran parte de lo que experimentaron los estudiantes en casa no representó lo que es el aprendizaje real por internet, en la que los maestros están capacitados para enseñar de forma remota y en línea.

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Educación 4.0

Educación 4.0 | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

No es la tecnología, son las personas la clave de la Industria 4.0. La tecnología es solo el catalizador de esta Cuarta Revolución Industrial que, únicamente podrá llevarse a cabo con las personas y aportando valor añadido a sus talentos. De ahí que la Industria 4.0 necesite Talento 4.0. y, por ende, que sea tan importante alinear la gestión del talento con la estrategia de transformación digital de las compañías desde una perspectiva global y multidimensional, atendiendo tanto a su estímulo como a su atracción y desarrollo. Estas políticas plantean determinados retos claves para la gestión del talento 4.0.

 

El talento 4.0 es por tanto una aptitud o competencia poliédrica que no se reduce exclusivamente a una alta capacidad o competencia intelectual en áreas STEM (Ciencias, Tecnologías, Ingeniería y Matemáticas), sino que incluye también actitud digital, pasión por el cambio, aprendizaje autónomo y resiliencia.

 

La clave de la educación 4.0 es el aprendizaje innovador, disruptivo y personalizado: flexible, al propio ritmo y basado en la analítica de datos. Los retos más complejos de la educación 4.0 tienen que ver con las personas que han de gestionar este cambio:

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Aulas sin... “aulas"​

Aulas sin... “aulas"​ | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Lo que conocemos actualmente como AULA, no nos ofrece los espacios necesarios para transformar la educacíón. Hay que desmantelar los andamios de los Administradores que están arriba para romper su cultura gerencial del control y poder. Abrir esos espacios para los que quieren aprender y disminuir los espacios para los que pretenden mandar…

 

Si bien hace falta un software para sustituir el sistema, también hace falta un mindware para co-diseñar los nuevos procesos de construcción social del conocimiento, donde las personas aprendan a crear definiciones compartidas con significados compartidos…

 

En esta era en la que nos encontramos, no hace falta construir más escuelas con aulas encapsuladas y pupitres alineados. Necesitamos escuelas sin aulas, espacios comunes de trabajo y aprendizaje, áreas de estar, espacios de colaboración social, lobbies...

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Los 8 tipos de eventos de aprendizaje que es necesario tener en un curso eLearning

Los 8 tipos de eventos de aprendizaje que es necesario tener en un curso eLearning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Un buen curso eLearning requiere la combinación correcta de ciertos eventos de aprendizaje. Pero, ¿qué es esto exactamente? Un evento de aprendizaje es una descripción simplificada de la actividad de aprendizaje del estudiante. Hay un número infinito de estrategias de aprendizaje, pero sólo ocho eventos de aprendizaje. No es necesario el uso de todos los eventos en la creación de su curso. Familiarizarse con cada uno de ellos sí es muy importante para asegurarse de que se utiliza la combinación correcta al hacer un curso.

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Adapting the 5E Teaching Model to remote classrooms

Adapting the 5E Teaching Model to remote classrooms | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

A comprehensive teaching model helps educators identify strategies that motivate learners to discover new things, to explore a new field of knowledge (or continue exploring previous ones, but with more effective approaches), and at the same time, it provides a useful assessment system. It’s an ambitious endeavor, with the long-term objective of achieving better learning outcomes and identifying more efficient teaching methods.

Based on the findings of Atkin and Karplus and their learning cycle model for teaching science, the 5E teaching model describes a five-stage sequence program that can be adapted to a wide range of teaching contexts, from individual lessons to more comprehensive learning units.

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Cuando decimos que el mundo es VUCA nos quedamos cortos

Cuando decimos que el mundo es VUCA nos quedamos cortos | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Esta idea de que vivimos en un mundo cada vez más complejo y difícil de predecir también está implícita en el acrónimo V.U.C.A. que llevamos usando años. Acuñado en el ámbito militar en los últimos años de la Guerra Fría para describir el contexto de los nuevos conflictos que surgían en esa época, hoy en día es un término de uso común en círculos empresariales para expresar lo volátil, incierto, complejo y ambiguo (en inglés: Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) que se ha vuelto el entorno de los negocios. Sin embargo, hay quien piensa que cuando decimos que vivimos en un mundo V.U.C.A. nos quedamos cortos.

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What Is Hybrid Learning?

What Is Hybrid Learning? | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

What is hybrid learning? A good working definition is that hybrid learning is synchronous learning that teaches both in-person and online learners simultaneously. Therefore, it is part of blended learning but a specific example of how EdTech is used in lessons. However, there are a surprising number of competing definitions even from very reputable sources. In the end, it’s about finding a workable definition that makes teaching and learning more flexible in the future.

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Ser docente (¿en tiempos de pandemia?)

Ser docente (¿en tiempos de pandemia?) | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Vivimos en tiempos complejos, dinámicos y angustiantes. Estar inmersos en la situación de pandemia y cuarentena nos permite interpelarnos acerca del ser docente. En este contexto, la primera pregunta que podemos hacernos es: ¿tenemos que continuar enseñando? Sin dudarlo respondo que sí. Ahora bien, ¿por qué? ¿con qué objetivo? Hilvanemos una primera respuesta: la escuela tiene que seguir, adaptarse y seguir; pero no para formar a los ciudadanos del siglo XXI en la carrera del éxito, no para que los jóvenes estén al día con los contenidos curriculares. Es algo mucho más simple y a la vez complejo, algo que parece mínimo pero que es sumamente importante. Hoy la escuela y los docentes tenemos que estar presentes. Presentes para acompañar a los alumnos, para escucharlos y contenerlos. Aunque, en realidad, nos estemos conteniendo mutuamente.

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3 predictions from teachers on the Future of Education

3 predictions from teachers on the Future of Education | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

The transition to distance learning has been a huge undertaking for teachers, and you’ve needed to rapidly adapt and innovate to support your students. Looking to learn more about this transition, TpT’s research team talked to educators about your experiences with distance learning and how you think teaching might evolve long term. Through these conversations, we learned that teachers anticipate several changes in education will persist — through this back-to-school season and beyond. Keep reading to find out more about the three predictions your colleagues made for the future of education.

Marco Bertolini's curator insight, August 9, 7:38 AM

How do teachers see the future of Education?  Here are 3 predictions from Teachers

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Camino al Éxodo: A story of population decline and the Educational System of Puerto Rico

This film highlights the problem of school closures in Puerto Rico and efforts by locals to rebuild communities in the wake of economic and natural disasters amid a decades-long population exodus.

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Lost Summer: How schools missed a chance to fix Remote Learning

Lost Summer: How schools missed a chance to fix Remote Learning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

With some combination of optimism, anxiety and wishful thinking, many educators spent their summers planning, in minute detail, how to safely reopen classrooms. Teachers stocked up on sanitation supplies as superintendents took a crash course in epidemiology and studied supply chain logistics for portable air filters.

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[Webinar] Estrategias para el diseño de cursos híbridos

Webinar: Estrategias para el diseño de cursos híbridos

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Educación a Distancia, Virtual y en Línea: ¿Cuál es la diferencia?

Educación a Distancia, Virtual y en Línea: ¿Cuál es la diferencia? | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

La contingencia por el COVID-19 ha ocasionado que los docentes busquen diversas maneras de seguir impartiendo las clases a los alumnos. Frente a este contexto, la educación a distancia, la educación virtual y la educación en línea son algunas de las modalidades que pueden ser implementadas. Pero, ¿cuáles son las diferencias entre cada una? En este artículo lo explicaremos.

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Improving Breakout Room Discussions in Online Teaching by using collaborative documents

Improving Breakout Room Discussions in Online Teaching by using collaborative documents | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

During a recent online class, a student posted in the chat, “We should use breakout groups in all courses.” On the other hand, a faculty director bemoaned receiving student complaints when, for example, two students are left in breakout rooms for 20 minutes with a task that can be completed in 5-10 minutes. These two comments speak to the promise and peril of breakout room discussions. They have the potential to be meaningful experiences during the synchronous portion of the course. They can also be perceived as a waste of time and fall flat.

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Más allá de la Acreditación Nacional

Más allá de la Acreditación Nacional | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

En este este estimulante diálogo abordamos con las lecciones aprendidas y aportes de acreditar universidades internacionalmente. Me acompañaron Soraya Madriaza Ciocca, Directora de Acreditación Internacional y UM-MSCHE Accreditation Liaison Officer de la Universidad Mayor en Chile y Maria del Socorro Marco Marcos, Directora de Experiencias Digitales en Negocios y Educación del Tecnológico de Monterrey en México.

Durante el webinar exploramos las siguientes preguntas:

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Cameras be damned

Cameras be damned | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

A few weeks ago, a conversation began to bubble up in higher education: should we require students to keep their cameras on during synchronous, online sessions (a.k.a in Zoom)?

 

The short answer is no, absolutely not, because requiring students to be on camera is contrary to everything we know about universal design for learning, about inclusive and trauma-aware teaching practices, and about making effective use of the affordances of online learning. We live in the most interesting times, in a global pandemic, and it’s really not time to equivocate. Let me use my precious time with you wisely and say quickly and clearly that forcing students to be on camera is a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad policy. If you’re pressed for time and don’t feel a need to read further, you can stop after this sentence: just don’t do it.

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Remote Learning keeps core of ‘hard-to-teach’ courses intact

Remote Learning keeps core of ‘hard-to-teach’ courses intact | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

When Harvard announced teaching would remain online for the upcoming school year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Marianna Katherine Linz quickly decided that if students couldn’t get to the lab, she’d bring the lab to them.

 

The effort by the second-year faculty member to reimagine her course is one of many taking place across campus as professors prepare for an unprecedented fall semester. Strategies are varied, but all are the result of thoughtful planning revolving around taking a fresh look at fundamental questions: What are the most important things we want students to take away from this course, and what’s the best way to make sure that happens remotely?

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8 things every school must do to prepare for the 4th Industrial Revolution

8 things every school must do to prepare for the 4th Industrial Revolution | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

The 4th Industrial Revolution will dramatically change the way we relate to one another, live, work, and educate our children. These shifts are enabled by smart technologies, including artificial intelligence, big data, augmented reality, blockchain, the Internet of Things, and automation. These technologies are disrupting every industry across the world at unprecedented speed. For our children to be prepared to engage in a world alongside smart machines, they will need to be educated differently than in the past.

Peter Lakeman's curator insight, August 10, 7:20 AM
“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.”
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The problem with cheating isn’t your learners, It’s YOU

The problem with cheating isn’t your learners, It’s YOU | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

As a graduate-level instructor, it is important to me that my learners feel adequately prepared to tackle assignments and leave my course feeling more prepared to step into the workforce as educated professionals. It took many hours of reflection on my teaching and learning to conclude that what my learners needed was not more surveillance on assessments, but more authenticity and meaning from these assignments.

 

In a post-COVID learning environment, we have the opportunity to create meaningful learning experiences for learners. If you are out “to catch” learners cheating on your assessments then I advise you to re-think and modify what you do in the classroom, no matter what format or subject you are teaching.

 

Consider these things as you set up your course assessments for the fall:

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Keeping kids engaged in Remote Learning

Keeping kids engaged in Remote Learning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

With the pandemic not letting down in many places, schools are beginning to focus less on re-entry and more on starting the year with remote learning. Even in countries where COVID19 is under control, there is still a certain level of nervousness and anxiety that a second wave could perpetuate a shift to either a hybrid model or remote instruction. No matter the situation, lessons learned have to be acted upon in order to provide a valuable learning experience to all kids regardless of demographics. One of the most prominent obstacles encountered was getting and keeping kids engaged. A recent Chalkbeat article highlighted the results of some surveys that alluded to this issue:

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Tips for setting up an at-home Learning Environment for young students

Tips for setting up an at-home Learning Environment for young students | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Here we are, looking down the barrel of another stretch of at-home learning. We always knew that it was likely not “if” but “when” we’d be back here, but the fact that many districts are announcing remote learning from day one has caught us all by surprise. Worn down from an already long stretch of stay-at-home learning, it’s understandable for parents to feel overwhelmed or daunted by the prospect.

The good news? We’ve done it once, we know how to adjust this time around. The bad news? We know just how hard it can be to support your kids as they learn, especially for those who are also trying to work. Over and over again we’ve heard this frustration from parents, especially those with young children who may need support. So, as former special education teachers who worked with young students, we thought we’d put together a list of strategies that will support all learners as you set up an at-home learning environment for your students. Whether you already know your childcare center or school is remote, or you’re wanting to be ready if schools close again, we hope you find this helpful.

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Major update to Elucidat makes producing eLearning faster

Major update to Elucidat makes producing eLearning faster | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

This major update acts as a game-changer for L&D teams who have seen demand for eLearning skyrocket as a result of the global pandemic.

Elucidat’s latest update speeds up the eLearning production by making it easy for novice authors to produce high-quality courses in a fraction of the time. As a result, L&D teams can now get more people across the business producing eLearning—reacting faster to change.

With Learning Accelerator, the team at Elucidat have reimagined the well-loved concept of a course template—building a tool that does even more of the heavy lifting for you.

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3 ways strategic foresight in Education help prepare students for Future Changes

3 ways strategic foresight in Education help prepare students for Future Changes | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

In an increasingly interconnected world, the traditional education model that categorizes knowledge into specialized fields and degrees is no longer suited to today’s multifaceted realities. The complex challenges of today call for a different, more holistic and cross-disciplinary way of thinking. As a broad, comprehensive and long-term approach, strategic foresight is well-suited to prepare students for future changes, challenges and opportunities.

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Universidad Google: por 300 dólares y en seis meses obtendrás un certificado que ellos equiparan al de una carrera universitaria

Universidad Google: por 300 dólares y en seis meses obtendrás un certificado que ellos equiparan al de una carrera universitaria | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

¿Para qué estudiar durante (al menos) cuatro años cuando según Google te puedes sacar un título que es equivalente a eso en unos meses?

Esa es la singular nueva iniciativa de la compañía, que ha creado una serie de cursos en áreas muy específicas que por unos 300 dólares permitirán obtener un certificado que sus responsables "tratarán como el equivalente de un título universitario en carreras de cuatro años" en puestos en el ámbito de la certificación.

Edumorfosiss insight:

Google anuncia su nuevo programa educativo para competir con las ofretas académicas Universitarias. Ya no se trata de complementar, sino de competir directamente con la formación universitaria de 4 o 5 años. Esta tendencia fue mencionada en DERRUMBANDO LAS CATEDRALES DEL CONOCIMIENTO. Las plataformas EduTecnológicas están hackeando la Educación Superior. El 2020 marca el inicio de la Disrupción Educativa.

 

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The top challenges for eLearning Instructional Design in 2020

The top challenges for eLearning Instructional Design in 2020 | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

For instructional designers, 2020 will be known as the year when e-learning turned completely upside down. Across the world, Covid-19 forced k-12 schools, universities, and businesses to switch to a remote-learning model virtually overnight. IDs spent a whirlwind few months trying to facilitate that change and will now spend the rest of the year dealing with the repercussions of Covid-19 on the online learning world.‍

IDs have an unprecedented opportunity to help reshape the education field while helping instructors and students overcome the many challenges of remote and online learning.

We asked five top IDs in university and corporate learning fields to identify the top challenges for e-learning instructional design right now and to share how IDs can prepare to face these challenges in 2020 and beyond.

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