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Speaker: Boomers need to build bridge to Generation Y. But there are challenges in these two generations working together and developing an organizational culture that appeals to members of Gen Y and develops their talents, according to Dr.

Speaker: Boomers need to build bridge to Generation Y

Gustavo Grodnitzky, a clinical psychologist and organizational consultant in Winston-Salem. Grodnitzky spoke on “Four Generations: Workforce Survival” at the 2010 Business Leaders Forum on Thursday sponsored by the Lexington and Thomasville Area Chambers of Commerce, Smart Start, Focus on Leadership and Thomasville Medical Center. More than 100 business people and educators attended the seminar held in the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church on West Third Avenue. Grodnitzky said generations are defined by their shared experiences. To give some context to his presentation, he outlined the four generations as follows: G.I. 4th HELIOS thematic report: Is e-Learning contributing to internationalisation of education and training?

Diez ideas poderosas que moldearán el presente y el futuro de las Tecnologías de la Información en la Educación. PDF: Network theories for technology-enabled learning & social change: Connectivism & Actor Network theory. PDF: Interpreting Complexity: a case 4 sociotech interaction framework as an analytical lens 4 learning tech research. Manual Para Cursos de Blogs. Reflexión sobre el conectivismo y el uso de recursos web 2.0 en la docencia. - Watch Video - Kendin Coş. La mayoría de los blogueros son ilustrados y con dinero. Expanding On The Nine Events Of Instruction. Sharebar Learning and instructional theories are the framework of Instructional Design.

Expanding On The Nine Events Of Instruction

We rely on these theories to make design decisions that help us predict what will happen during a learning experience. That’s why I like to go back and review some of the classic learning theories, because when you understand them well, you feel the freedom to create new approaches that work in your current context. So on one recent wild night, when I was browsing through Smith and Ragan’s textbook, Instructional Design, I came across a different and expanded version of Gagne’s Events of Instruction.

Assessing Student Work in the Open Educational Resources Era. Viewpoint Assessing Student Work in the Open Educational Resources Era By Trent Batson04/21/10 Direct interaction between students and teachers, as in “face-to-face,” or “on the ground,” or “in real life” (whatever we call people being in physical proximity to each other these days, also sometimes called--with an embarrassed downward look--“seat time”), has always been considered prime time.

Assessing Student Work in the Open Educational Resources Era

It was and is the time when teachers get to know their students most fully and when the teacher’s considerable influence is at its utmost. No multimedia resource can trump this human interaction, but technology-enhanced instruction has entered the learning equation, particularly to support learning outside the traditional classroom walls. Complexity: The new world between chance and choice. Complexity.

Complexity: The new world between chance and choice

The new world between chance and choice April 10, 2010. The Knowledge Tree 2009 » Article: The world of e-portfolios. The Knowledge Tree 2009 » Article: Dis-integrating e-portfolios. ePortfolios, Finally! Viewpoint ePortfolios, Finally!

ePortfolios, Finally!

By Trent Batson04/07/10 We’ve known for decades, long before portfolios became electronic portfolios, that portfolio practices in the right teacherly hands and in the right syllabus structure seem to improve student engagement and learning. Now, after a brief, five-year detour into irrational database exuberance when electronic portfolio systems became, mostly, tools for institutional re-accreditation and accountability, electronic portfolios are back at the center of consideration for re-architecting teaching and learning on a number of campuses in the United States and around the world. ePortfolio systems and associated portfolio practices finally are on track to become the centerpiece of educational transformation they always seemed destined to be.

Gestión del Conocimiento. LECTURA: Adopción de Política de Acceso Abierto por la Escuela de Derecho de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. Stephen Downes: El futuro del aprendizaje online... Lo que pasará dentro de 10 años. Sobre Infociudadano. What is an open decentralized course? Teacher technology training going into the future. Photo by Victor Cristales, Victor Cristales/Reporter-News Abilene High School algebra and geometry teacher Heidi Anderson teaches other Abilene school teachers how to use a Promethean interactive whiteboard during a technology training workshop at Abilene High School on Tuesday.

Teacher technology training going into the future

Ortiz Elementary School first-grade teachers Karen Lantrip (from left), Kyla Campbell and Erika Maldonado take turns using a Promethean ActivSlate wireless mini-board to control a Promethean interactive whiteboard during a technology training workshop at Abilene High on Tuesday. Federal stimulus dollars are nearly doubling the amount of technological devices in classrooms in the Abilene Independent School District this year, and teachers are logging long hours as they figure out how to use their new high-tech tools. Top 10 tools to create digital books. Distance Learning Teaching Jobs And Your Future. Global Information Technology Report (WEF) Peru Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2013 The travel and tourism (T&T) industry has been one of fastest-growing sectors globally over the past ten years, and this upward trend is expected to continue in the future.

Global Information Technology Report (WEF)

The number of international travelers reached 1 billion in 2012 and has almost doubled over the past 20 years. It is estimated that the T&T sector directly contributes about 9.3 percent of GDP and 3.4 percent of employment worldwide. Los 7 Pecados Capitales de la Investigación Universitaria Tercermundista. Creating a Culture of Collaboration Through Technology Integration by Kim Cofino. 0 Comments March 21, 2010 By: Tech Learning Blog Staff Mar 21 Written by: 3/21/2010 8:17 AM ShareThis Cross-posted on always learning.

Creating a Culture of Collaboration Through Technology Integration by Kim Cofino

Transformational? by Bob Sprankle. 0 Comments March 25, 2010 By: Bob Sprankle Mar 24.

Transformational? by Bob Sprankle

Teen internet use on the rise. Author: By Lisa Nielsen April 18,2014 Social media can provide a great way to engage young people during a trip to museum, landmark, or other cultural institution.

Teen internet use on the rise

Author: By Shelly Terrell April 18,2014. Can we move beyond Integrating Technology as a tool? 0 Comments March 7, 2010 By: Scott Meech Mar 7 Written by: 3/7/2010 1:28 AM ShareThis. Students, educators not on the same digital page, survey says. The Benefits of Blended Learning. March 24, 2010 By: Mary Bart in EdTech News and Trends Blended learning, which combines face-to-face learning with a mixture of online activities, has been hailed as both a cost-effective way to relieve overcrowded classrooms and a convenient alternative to the traditional classroom experience. But it has quickly become much more than that. “There’s a growing body of evidence that suggests blended courses really are an effective way for students to learn,” says Ike Shibley, PhD, associate professor of chemistry at Penn State-Berks.

“Blended courses can actually lead to increased student engagement, not less.” 10 Twitter Tips for Higher Education. MY FAVORITE QUOTE about Twitter is from Newsweek: “Suddenly, all the world is a-Twitter.” It’s true. Seemingly every time I turn on CNN or NPR there is a story about Twitter. From second-graders tweeting from classroom computers to churchgoers tweeting via mobile phones during services, Twitter is a phenomenon that is occurring worldwide and experiencing exponential growth. In fact, in March 2009 Nielsen Online reported that Twitter has now surpassed Facebook to become the fastest-growing social networking site—ever. Simple and powerful, Twitter is a must for higher education. Online courses becoming a standard way to train employees. Distance learning is no longer the wave of the future. The growth of enrollment in online courses continues to outpace that of higher education overall.

And it is the current standard in many cases for agency training of federal employees. 7 e-books imprescindibles. Global Self-Paced eLearning Market Forecasts. Informe de los profesionales más demandados y mejor cotizados. The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government. Real-time Engagement for Anytime Learners. Declaración de Ciudad del Cabo para la Educación Abierta. Global Information Technology Report - World Economic Forum. WebQuest: un modelo de aprendizaje colaborativo en red « Proyecto DTEV. 20 Technology Skills Every Educator Should Have June 2005 THE Journal.