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MOOC: Pasos básicos para un aprendizaje personalizado en el aula – Innovación Educativa. Imagínense un aula donde solamente hubiese un profesor y un alumno ¿mejoraría su aprendizaje? Pues depende: Si el profesor imparte docencia como si la estuviese impartiendo en un aula con 40 alumnos, entonces el resultado del aprendizaje no variaría, sería el mismo que si ese alumno estuviese en una clase normal.Si el profesor realiza una evaluación diagnóstica y adapta los recursos, la estrategia formativa y el ritmo de aprendizaje al alumno, entonces su aprendizaje será mucho más eficaz.

Es evidente que ningún sistema educativo soportaría una ratio profesorado/alumnado en clase de 1/1 o de 12/1 y, en alguna universidad, ni tan siquiera de 40/1 Sencillamente no se hace aprendizaje personalizado por el alto coste pero además, hay otro problema: el profesorado no está acostumbrado a utilizar técnicas y procesos de aprendizaje personalizado, sencillamente por el esfuerzo que requiere. Me gusta: Me gusta Cargando... Categorías:Uncategorized. Plataformas para crear tus propios MOOCs - Página 5. La formación virtual se multiplica cada año: 50 millones de alumnos en el 2016. «En los últimos años ha habido un cambio en el imaginario colectivo y la formación on line se considera de la misma calidad que la presencial». Así resumía Carmen Fernández Morante, decana de Educación de Santiago y especialista en formación virtual, la revolución de los cursos por Internet. De este asunto hablaron ayer varios expertos en la Jornada de Innovación Formativa en un Entorno Digital, que se celebró en el Museo Santiago Rey.

Ángel González es responsable de MiríadaX, la plataforma de cursos de Telefónica y el Santander que tiene 600 títulos, tres millones de alumnos y cada semana que pasa gana 23.000 más. Habló de lo que suponen los MOOC y explicó que tras algunas vacilaciones se ha detectado que «el modelo conductivista ha triunfado, porque los usuarios lo han acogido de forma masiva», quitando importancia a que solo el 23 % de los alumnos termina el curso; para él es más interesante saber que quien hace un curso, repite (un 92 %). Pros y contras ¿Qué asuntos tratan?

Isabel Ruivo - a learning diary for CREATIVE USE OF TABLETS IN SCHOOL. UNESCO's educational goals for the 21st century clearly underline that school organisations can and should be the energiser of societal change: by differentiating learning, by promoting autonomy, creativity, by enhancing life long learning, by building upon collaboration, by growing resilience and change managing and adaptive profiles. The use of tablets in teaching and learning is a mean of bringing to life that new societal project. Learning becomes more engaged; project development, with students' empowerment, can grow and feed life projects; collaboration, supporting others and sharing will enhance acceptance and tolerance. With the use of tablets, teachers can be more efficiently supportive of each student learning development; teaching can really be student centred; practical and laboratorial activities in all subjects can occur; academic outcomes can improve, by a capable pedagogical differentiation; schools can become learning organisations themselves.

Chiara's Learning Diary. Day 1 19.04.15 Here I am... finally and late...as usual!!! :( Dear Diary, let's introduce ouselves..... I'm Chiara Torchia a foreing languages teacher from the south of Italy. I really love my job! Spending a lot of time with young people, makes me feel young too! I always learn so much from my pupils (11 to 14 years old), and the best moments are when we learn together and we exchange our findings. Our lower secondary school is located in a little town called Soveria Mannelli. A part from my job I'm really fond of cats and technologies and I like to spend my free time (well, do I still have any spare time left after work??? About the course, a part from being late (!!!!)

Will I be able to do all the activities required to achieve the final goal? Who knows???? Posterity will judge..... Diario de aprendizaje del curso "Creative use of Tablets in Schools" / Eurpean Schoolnet Academy. 3. Nuestro reto / Our challenge: ¡¡¡Motivar a los profesores: creatividad!!! Las tablets son una herramienta, tienen que implantarse con metodologías adecuadas. No sirve enseñar simplemente el uso de las apps, no hay que perder el objetivo: ¿qué queremos enseñar? ¡Necesitamos un plan! ¡¡¡ Motivating teachers: creativity!!! The tablets are a tool, these must be implemented with appropiate methodologies. We need a plan! Develop real activities for teachers, following a cooperative methodology to develop skills in the classroom. Provide tools for research and developent of the daily activity of the teacher, emphasizing in those that enable collaboration, comunication and feedback. Manuela Baptista - MOOC: Creative use of Tablets in Schools.

Q1 - Why do I want to use tablets in my teaching? R.: Students are very enthusiastic when we propose them to use tablets in class. I think the motivation is essential for learning and therefore I believe that this is a resource that can provide many benefits... Q2 - What whole-school challenges do I anticipate facing when using tablets? R.: Tablets are expensive and, therefore, the schools do not have money to buy. In addition, not less important, is the need to train teachers to use the tablet as an educational tool. Q3 - What classroom challenges do I anticipate facing when using tablets? R.: - Need to make a good planning of lessons using the tablet, so that students remain focused on what the teacher wants. - Difficulty in being able to address all the problems and questions that may arise, at least in the first classes. Diario de aprendizaje del curso "Creative use of Tablets in Schools" / Eurpean Schoolnet Academy.

Creative use of Tablets in Schools. Creative use of tablets in schools. Why do I need tablets in my classroom? In my language department, they have bought a set of iPads to be used in a lab or classroom. Although there is no a clear plan on how to use them, I think it is a first step to help students use the languages they are learning in innovative ways, collaborative projects, and different communication modes. They can also facilitate students achievement of the national standards for learning languages in the U.S.: communication, connections, comparisons, culture, and communities. Whole school challenges I may face when implementing tablets In my case, I think is the use of an ad-hoc approach: we buy the devices and then we will figure out what will do with them.

There is no a clear plan of implementation or a pilot implementation to explore how to do it. Classroom challenges I may face when implementing tablets I think the key issue is planning. And the tasks that lead students to achieve them, and what students already know about tablets. Creative Use of Tablets in School: Michèle Kessler's Learning Diary. Strategy and planning: The need for tablets has come after a change in our teaching mode so I think the questions are already answered. Bringing tablets into the lessons: Like Maxime Drouet said, the school hasn't got the technical management of the tablets,thus it's sure going to be one of the biggest issue when we have tablets.

Professionnal development: We found solution ahead of the arrival of the devices with support from educational offices (CARDIE and DAN), but we'll have to motivate reluctant teachers by sharing more and more practice and by encouraging observation, the latter we are already doing with quite a success.