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Explicit cookie consent. Johnny Haeusler findet: Die Mächtigen begehen Neulandesverrat. Megatrend Neues Lernen. Track_1_Hofhues_Reinmann_-Schiefner-Rohs_Beitrag_B5.pdf. Community of Research 2.0. Matt Walton — A story of innovation through positive disruption. Last week my good friend Julie Dodd asked me to speak at the launch of The New Reality, a brilliant new research study about how digital technology will deliver the next step-change in social impact.

Matt Walton — A story of innovation through positive disruption

Julie has spent a nearly a decade working with charities and social enterprises and has witnessed first hand the lack of innovation and brave digital leadership that so often hampers the sector. Her report is a product of Julie’s passion: she believes the issue needs highlighting and that there is some commonly agree themes about how we can affect positive change. If you work in the sector, I would encourage you to read it, it contains much sound advice. For the study, she spoke to more than 50 industry leaders. 232555e.pdf. Rückblick auf die ATD Konferenz 2015 in Orlando (Teil 1) 8 Top Global Education Thinkers. Meet 8 Top Global Education Thinkers you should know.

8 Top Global Education Thinkers

John Connell (@I_Am_Learner) is an education expert and strategist with wide experience across all the key sectors and at all levels in education, and is founder of the ‘I Am Learner’ international education consultancy ( He counts UNESCO, European Schoolnet, Promethean, Education Fast Forward, Skills Development Scotland and Pearson amongst his clients. In 2001, Connell initiated, and then led for 6 years the design, procurement and initial implementation of the Scottish Schools Digital Network project, now known as Glow. This is Scotland’s national connected schools program, digitally linking all of Scotland’s 3,000 schools across a national broadband network and national web-based learning and collaborative platform.

Connell is also a well-known voice in the world of ed-tech blogging ( and. Why it works. FutureLearn offers you a powerful new way to learn online.

Why it works

Every course has been designed according to principles of effective learning, through storytelling, discussion, visible learning, and using community support to celebrate progress. Learning through storytelling Each partner university has designed a complete learning experience, presented by leading academics in their field. Rather than broadcast long classroom lectures, ideas are introduced via high quality videos and articles. You can then discuss what you’ve learned, testing your new knowledge with interactive quizzes that offer helpful responses and the opportunity to try again if an answer is wrong. Discussion for learning We learn best when we share and debate ideas with fellow learners, to understand their different experiences and perspectives and to fill the gaps in our own knowledge.

Denn sie wissen nicht, was sie bloggen. Um es gleich vorweg zu nehmen, ich vertrete die These, dass Blogging als Prüfungsleistung keinen Spaß macht.

Denn sie wissen nicht, was sie bloggen

Sönke Knutzen: Lernen wird frei  Lehre und Forschung 2.0 » Blog Archiv » Vernetztes Lernen und Lehren mit Facebook: Ein Überblick. What If Education Reform Got It All Wrong in the First Place? According to this article, "That’s the conclusion of a growing number of researchers who argue that 30 years of test scores have not measured a decline in public schools, but are rather a metric of the country’s child poverty and the broadening divide of income inequality.

What If Education Reform Got It All Wrong in the First Place?

" I have long cited data showing that socio-economic standing is the greatest predictor of education outcomes. Finland schools: Subjects scrapped and replaced with 'topics' as country reforms its education system. HFD_Studie_DigitalesPruefen_ThGrIV_2015_03_12.pdf. PadwheelposterV3.pdf. Quand un MOOC meurt de sa belle mort. Le MOOC « Monter un MOOC de A à Z » va être lancé lundi prochain, pour la troisième et sans doute la dernière fois.

Quand un MOOC meurt de sa belle mort

Je souhaiterais revenir sur un des parcours proposés, le parcours originel de la première édition, qui reste inchangé ou presque, le parcours dit « Initiation ». Un véritable parcours du combattant, qui a fait souffrir un certain nombre de participants pendant quelques semaines. Je vais en profiter au passage pour rendre hommage au travail des participants de la première édition en présentant certaines des vidéos qu’ils avaient produites à l’occasion. Quand on se lance dans un projet de MOOC, il faut prendre un peu de temps pour réfléchir précisément à ce que l’on désire faire, et se poser un certain nombre de questions.

Quel est le public cible et comment l’atteindre ? Quelle sont les modalités pratiques, les critères de succès ? How Do We Learn? How Should We Learn? If I ask you or your students, “How do you learn,” how many of you could clearly articulate this process?

How Do We Learn? How Should We Learn?

Trends In Social Learning: Interview with Tony Sheehan. March 4, 2015 - Posted by Steve Rayson I caught up recently with Tony Sheehan, Associate Dean, Digital Learning at London Business School to explore how social learning is relevant to the workplace.

Trends In Social Learning: Interview with Tony Sheehan

Tony’s work in learning and knowledge management has been recognised with a wide range of wards including the Learning Technology of the Year Award (2014), The Online Information Award, andawards for Innovation in Knowledge Management. Disrupting%20Class.pdf. Digital Badges Hold Promise for Adult Education. Millions of American adults lack the basic reading, math, and technology skills needed to succeed in college or advance in the workforce – but that does not mean they lack skills altogether.

Digital Badges Hold Promise for Adult Education

“Adults have a great wealth of experience,” says Steve Quann, a former adult education instructor who now designs e-learning projects for adult learners. “I’ve taught everyone from doctors all the way to students who struggle with reading, but can run circles around me in math.” These experiences, and the skills gained as a result, often don’t come to life on a resume.

Micro-credentials, displayed as open digital badges, could allow adult learners to show – rather than tell – employers what they are capable of doing. Steps to Creating the Conditions for Deep, Rigorous, Applied Learning. Ask the Cognitive Scientist: Retrieval Practice. Cognitive and educational psychologists have uncovered a great deal of information about the mind, brain, memory and learning.

Ask the Cognitive Scientist: Retrieval Practice

Some of this research has found its way into practice through educational materials; however, few have been directly translated to practitioners and students. How do you define retrieval practice? Retrieval practice is, as the name implies, the practice of retrieving information from memory. Half an Hour: Interview Stephen Downes by Renée Filius. University of the People – The world’s first tuition-free online university. Secret Teacher: exams have left my students incapable of thinking.

“How many sentences should I write? How big should I draw the diagram? University of the People – The world’s first tuition-free online university. Gesellschaftl. Aspekte der Informationstechnologie. University of the People: Keine Studiengebühren, aber ein Beitrag für Bewerbung und Klausuren. Bildung: Ganz schön vermessen. Bildung lässt sich nicht quantifizieren. gRSShopper. Kompetenzraster_ICT_Kompetenzen. Digitale Kompetenzen und Open Badges. HLG Publication 22102014_ML.indd - modernisation-universities_en.pdf. Higher Education in the Asian Century/ Future of Higher Education in/ for Asia. LEARNING TO FACE THE ECONOMIC CRISIS WITH COLLABORATIVE WEB 2.0 TOOLS. Our educative innovative project through technologies is grounded in the contemporary socio-economic situation and tries to teach students of Fine Arts and Audio-visual Communication how it is possible to get a innovative cultural project off the ground thanks to Web 2.0 tools.The economic crisis, which is installed in some European countries and the United States, has reduced drastically the funding aimed to the cultural field.

In this way cultural production is shown monopolized by big private companies which are minimizing risks because of their fear to lose money. The consequence is a cultural panorama in which innovation is getting more and more difficult.However, in the middle of such a distressing panorama, some cultural projects are arising as an alternative to the dominant model of cultural production. Our educative innovative project is grounded in this socio-economic situation. › Das erste offene Promotionsvorhaben in Deutschland.

Prof. Dr. Werner Sauter (Blended Solutions GmbH) - So werden wir lernen! Manifestationen von WebLernen – eine kleine Sammlung von Beispielen. Manifestationen von WebLernen. #acwri – was ist das? Dennis Fassing im Interview zu akademischem Schreiben in kollaborativ. Confuse Students to Help Them Learn - Teaching. By Steve Kolowich If you had to pick a single word to explain how Derek Muller ended up in a Perth hotel room arguing with an empty chair, it probably would be "confusion. " About a decade ago, Mr. Open Vs. Closed Badging Systems. Unsere zwei GMW-Beiträge zum Flipped Classroom. .. und zwar auf der tollen Tagungsband-Website der GMW 14, auf der man sogar schon im Vorfeld der Tagung die Beiträge lesen und kommentieren kann. Universities - White Paper. The University of API (Download as PDF) Rethinking the Campus Web Portal. Portals | Feature Page 2 of 3 Rethinking the Campus Web Portal "This is what we thought had the most potential for improvement," Thompson said, explaining that traditionally students go to a portal to look at announcements and campus events, but have no way to interact with that information.

"How crazy is that? We expect this to be the meeting spot for our campus and we have only one-way communications," he said. How It Works At the core of the social networking piece is what Wayne State calls "message streams," which operate like a Facebook wall or a Twitter hashtag. To change attitudes, don't argue —— agree, extremely. What if the best way to change minds isn't to tell people why they're wrong, but to tell them why they're right? Scientists tried this recently and discovered that agreeing with people can be a surprisingly powerful way to shake up strongly held beliefs.

Researchers found that showing people extreme versions of ideas that confirmed - not contradicted - their opinions on a deeply divisive issue actually caused them to reconsider their stance and become more receptive to other points of view. The scientists attribute this to the fact that the new information caused people to see their views as irrational or absurd, according to a study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "We truly believe that in most intractable conflicts, the real problems are not the real issues," said Eran Halperin, a psychologist at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel and an author of the study. 26 Questions to Ask Students in The First Week of School. August 12, 2014 Today as I was browsing through my Twitter feeds I stumbled upon this list of questions every student should be able to answer.

The list is created by Terry Heick and spans a wide variety of topics relevant to students learning. I view this list as a great material to use with your student in the first week of this school year. Get students to work together and answer the questions featured in this selection. Creating as the Foundation of Formative Education. Quotes From Ted Talks that Inspire the Education Revolution. Enhanced_ebook.pdf. Endewima. Ken Robinson: Bildung völlig neu denken. Open Badges for Lifelong Learning - OpenBadges-Working-Paper_012312.pdf.

A University for the Web. Built by an open community. Authorship Learning Goes Online and Open. Heutagogy Community of Practice. What Might the Future of Online Education Look Like? Imagining Several Scenarios … Wiki. Wikiversity. 10 Shifts in Thought & Action Made by High-Impact Teachers. Wie geht ‘Lernen’ nach dem digitalen Klimawandel? (3/3) Aufzeichnung der Live-Session vom 9.5.2014 16-17 Uhr: : “Mit Facebook Bildung machen?” mit Jürgen Pelzer. Funkenflug. Vision Summit: Social Innovation. Video: Der Bildungskanal des Stifterverbandes. Social Entrepreneurship: Weckruf zur digitalen Bildung. The Limits of Teacher-Centered Magic or Pentecostal Pedagogy. Neue Ideen/Ansätze.