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EPI. Re.ViCa. Belgian Network for Open & Distance Learning - BE-ODL can help y. Atelier du web 2.0 - Culture numérique - Formation - Université. Franel. Teaching English Games. Page d'accueil. Page d'accueil de la Bibliothèque numérique mondiale. Europeana. Unisciel - Université des Sciences en Ligne. Open Course in Education Futures. Connectivism & Connective Knowledge. Week 9 is a conference week, focusing on Net Pedagogy. This will be a great opportunity to reflect on how social networks and networked technology impact how we teach and learn. We’ve lined up five excellent speakers for the week: Martin Weller Title: Is there a pedagogy of abundance?

Description: In a digital age we have seen a fundamental shift in many of the basic economic models underlying industries as they move from an economic model based on scarcity to one based on abundance. Time: Wed, November 11. Frances Bell Title: Transparent Teaching and Learning: what remains when the teacher disappears Description: This session’s deliberately ambiguous title (is it a statement or a question?) · Do we need teachers?

· What remains when the teacher disappears? · What informs teachers’ practice? I hope you can join us and answer my questions. Time: Wed, November 11 Time Conversions 2000 GMT Stephen Downes Title: Open Education: Projects and Potential [webcast of an f2f presentation] Critical Literacies Online Course Blog. [Home] [Discussion] [Wiki] [The Daily Archives] [Blog] [Live Sessions] [Recordings] [About] December 10, 2010 PLENK 2010: Were You a Lurker or an Active Participant?

Critical Literacies Online Course Blog

NRC researchers would like to invite Active Participants in PLENK2010 to fill out a survey on their experiences in this Massive Open Online Course. Active participants include learners who actively contributions to discussion forums in the course Moodle, blogs, twitter, social networking sites, and in the sharing and production of artifacts. The Active Participant Survey can be found here Also, NRC researchers would like to invite PLENK2010 Lurkers to fill out a survey on their experiences in this Massive Open Online Course. The research team thanks you in advance for your invaluable contribution to the research! Facilitator Posts To view the entire blog post, click on the title of the post, and you'll be taken to the blog post itself. Discussion Posts Each week, PLENK moves to a new weekly discussion forum.

A Private Universe. 1.

A Private Universe

A Private Universe This video brings into sharp focus the dilemma facing all educators: Why don't even the brightest students truly grasp basic science concepts? Interviews are held with high school students and Ivy League graduates asking them to explain what causes the seasons and the phases of the moon. Even the brightest students in the class have false ideas based on enduring misconceptions that traditional instructional methods cannot overcome. 2. Matt Schneps and Phil Sadler The creators of A Private Universe describe their motivation for making the film. 3. 4. 5. Pédagothè - Plateforme pédagogique.