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Ocho propuestas para usar Facebook, Twitter y Google Plus en el aula. Get Started With eLearning Infographic. E-Learning Infographics Get Started With eLearning Infographic Get Started With eLearning Infographic New To eLearning? Where To Get Started Prepare Create a Learning strategy Define your aims and identify issues that need to be resolved.Set quantitative goals for progress and definitions of success Make a list of measurable outcomes you could expect to see as a result.Identify a solution that fits both the goals and the audience Keep in mind the age and background of users, their level of technology adoption and what sort of devices they will be using to access learning content.Get buy-in Communicate issues, goals and expectations to stakeholders.

Develop Ask internal subject matter experts to summarize content Identify the experts within your organization and ask them to share their expertise with you.Assess the technical requirementsInstructional design Apply best practice pedagogical principles. Assess Via: Embed This Education Infographic on your Site or Blog! Stephen's Web ~ Stephen's Web. 4 crucial education points LeVar Burton made at ISTE. Educators packed a ticketed spotlight session sponsored by Common Sense Media at the 2014 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference. Drawing them to this third floor room at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta? Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton. Reading Rainbow debuted on PBS in June 1983, running 23 years until its cancelation in November 2013— but we'll get to that shortly. For as many people as there are who know the show's host for his role as Kunta Kinte in "Roots" or Lt.

Commander Geordi La Forge on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," Burton is known to countless more for hosting the Peabody and Emmy Award-winning show that, along with inspiring children to read, told them they could "go anywhere" and "be anything" by doing so. During his 30-minute talk, Burton made four crucial points about education, technology, and the importance of fostering a love of reading in students.

But you don't have to take our word for it — read on and find out. 1. 2. 3. De aquì, de allà y de otras partes... Which Digital Media Are Worthy of Classroom Use? Finding great educational apps for classroom use is a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack. Ask a teacher or instructional technology specialist for guidance — let alone a definitive source of high-quality, high-value content — and they’ll likely respond that “It really depends on what you consider to be educational.” The Elements of Graphite Graphite’s reviews and ratings are organized by: Type (Apps, Console and PC Games, and Websites)Subjects (Language and Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, Arts and Hobbies)Grades (Pre-K–2, 3–5, 6–8 and 9–12)Price (Free, Free to Try and Paid) The reality is that there are hundreds of thousands of loosely categorized and sorted “educational” technology products in online marketplaces right now.

Separating the wheat from the chaff — that is, finding relevant tools that match teachers’ specific needs — can be difficult. That’s why Common Sense Media created Graphite, a free digital media rating and review platform for pre-K–12 teachers. Which Digital Media Are Worthy of Classroom Use? Why Unizin is a Threat to edX. In the week since we published our Unizin exposé, there has been nary a peep from the group to us, or apparently to the traditional news outlets either. When we ran the piece, we emailed Indiana University CIO Brad Wheeler to request comment or corrections. We have not heard back from him yet. Brad, if you’re reading this, our door is always open. Talk to us. Luckily for us, we don’t need to rely on new pronouncements from Brad to give us more insight into what’s going on. It turns out that he’s been speaking in public about this idea for years. He just hasn’t called it Unizin. Understanding Brad If you want to understand Unizin, you really have to understand Brad Wheeler.

Currently in higher education, we are seeing a growing misalignment between the buyers (higher education institutions) and sellers in these areas.The commercial side has swiftly adapted to scale, consolidating in every domain where there are efficiencies in digital distribution and reuse. Not Just the LMS. Kids Educational Games | Bitstrips for Schools: Login. ClickView | Media Suites for Education Essential.

¿Puede educar la tele "que no educa"? Rkppjoc joj`jkd Isti gf`uniotf of tjioi nës kspjrk`jfois qui dks gi `fnpkrtjr id hrutf gi uo `j`df gi kpriogjzkbis. @kgk sinistri, io id `ursf gi Igu`k`jðo y @fnuoj`k`jðo, prfpfoinfs y giskrrfddknfs prfyi`tfs gi jovistjck`jðo gjvirsfs. Minfs ixpdfrkgf y df sicujrinfs mk`jiogf- dk pftio`jk igu`ktjvk gi dfs vjgifbuicfs, gi dfs gjkrjfs, gid `joi… Istk viz, io ouistrk si``jðo, ofs jotirisð trkakbkr `fo dk —tidi qui of igu`k„. Nigjëtj`f , `fosi`uio`jks gjri`tks io dfs kpriogjzkbis. \krtjnfs gi tris prinjsks2 (j) `kgk viz nës, id kpriogjzkbi f`urri huirk gid kudk, k trkvês gi dfs nigjfs gi `fnuoj`k`jðo5 (jj) isi kpriogjzkbi prfvjioi nu`mks vi`is gi prfgu`tfs kugjfvjsukdis qui of pirsjcuio, io su frjcio, uo hjo igu`ktjvf5 y (jjj) id sjstink igu`ktjvf tjioi is`ksks mirrknjiotks pkrk ixpdftkr y vkdjgkr isi kpriogjzkbi.

. , —kuoqui of ofs mkyknfs gkgf `uiotk, mk`i yk nës gi `jo`uiotk k dfs qui dk tidivjsjðo, io viz gi vfdvir k dk cioti nës istòpjgk di`turk„. B`.Nktius / Gj` 1<;0. Frfz`f (Ig (p. :3 - ;<=). REVISANDO LOS MODELOS. Ya han pasado dos meses, ya ha habido un período de tiempo suficiente para valorar lo que se va haciendo, los éxitos, las dificultades y las propuestas de mejora necesarias para seguir el camino, para conseguir el éxito. Que no es que el alumnado apruebe y saque buenas notas, que también, sino que aprendan.

En general, sin limitar el aprendizaje a los contenidos del área. Y antes de hacer una valoración oficial, calificatoria, vamos a hacer balance. En una entrada anterior comentaba mi inversión, mi gran inversión. Hoy vamos a hacer balance de cómo van las cosas. Pero, en primer lugar, recordemos lo más importante: se trataba de trabajar por proyectos en los grupos de secundaria y desarrollar el flipped learning en 2º de bachillerato. Me gustaría analizar, aunque sea por encima y a pesar de poder caer en una simplificación algo burda, a los grupos con los que comparto clase. Image:"Maize diversity". Image:"In other times". Image:"Humanos en las redes sociales". Image:"Ropas". A.A.D.A.H. - Fotos de la biografía. Kathy Schrock's Home Page.

Joannaprieto. Why It's Time To Build A Powerful Personal Learning Network. Many educators refer to the connections made via Twitter as their PLN or Professional Learning Network. I have recently decided my PLN is now my PPLN – Powerful Personal Learning Network. When you connect with the right people your learning network can become the most powerful part of your learning 24/7/365.

I came to this conclusion just a few weeks ago. While preparing for a local presentation on how to personalize your learning I tweeted a simple question, Why Twitter? , out to my PLN with a Google Form for tweeps to respond. Some 200 responses later, from all across the globe, I have decided PLN’s are powerful! When I share the power of twitter with people I tell them to make twitter what YOU want it to be.

Don’t believe me? My Powerful Personal Learning Network has evolved over the course of the last two years. This is nothing new to most of you reading this in the Connected World. I joined twitter back in July of 2009. Game On! Lab | Gamification Model Canvas. ¿De qué sirve el profesor? - 21.05.2007 - ¿En el alud de artículos sobre el matonismo en la escuela he leído un episodio que, dentro de la esfera de la violencia, no definiría precisamente al máximo de la impertinencia... pero que se trata, sin embargo, de una impertinencia significativa.

Relataba que un estudiante, para provocar a un profesor, le había dicho: "Disculpe, pero en la época de Internet, usted, ¿para qué sirve? " El estudiante decía una verdad a medias, que, entre otros, los mismos profesores dicen desde hace por lo menos veinte años, y es que antes la escuela debía transmitir por cierto formación pero sobre todo nociones, desde las tablas en la primaria, cuál era la capital de Madagascar en la escuela media hasta los hechos de la guerra de los treinta años en la secundaria. Con la aparición, no digo de Internet, sino de la televisión e incluso de la radio, y hasta con la del cine, gran parte de estas nociones empezaron a ser absorbidas por los niños en la esfera de la vida extraescolar. Resources for Online Educators, Business Owners & Real Estate. Wiki - Tendencias y prospectiva de la educación | Tecnologías de información y comunicación en la educación. And the Flipped Classroom. Reasonwell: Productive Online Policy Debate.

Educlipper, un “Pinterest” con cont... A framework for mobile learning | Places: Evaluating Mobile Learning. In order to move from theory to practice in mobile learning, one needs a framework. The JISC Mobile InfoKit introduces its frameworks discussion by listing six ‘course aspects’ (my term) which may be behind the drivers for mobile learning. The first four are pedagogical approaches. In sum, they are a pretty good, though not comprehensive, list of the ‘ideas behind the drivers’ toward mobile learning. • Behaviourist – activities promoting learning as a an observable change in behaviour• Constructivist – activities in which new concepts are actively constructed, based on a combination of previous and current knowledge• Situated – activities encouraging learning in an authentic context• Collaborative – activities encouraging learning through interaction with others• Informal and lifelong - learning activities outside dedicated, formal environments or curricula• Learning and teaching support – activities which help to coordinate learners and learning resources 1. 2. 3. 4.

Like this: Humanidades Digitales 3.0. Entre la retórica y la heurística. Image from the article LDigital Humanities and the fusion between art and science "En el año 2010 el gobierno argentino puso en marcha el Programa Conectar Igualdad que terminará repartiendo 3.5 millones de netbooks a los estudiantes de colegios secundarios públicos de todo el país. En el año 2012 creó dentro del Programa un Laboratorio de Innovación: ConectarLab siguiendo los lineamientos de muchas instituciones y apadrinado, entre otros, por Medialab-Prado. En su corto año de vida ConectarLab generó iniciativas, proyectos y productos de hardware y software. Actualmente se está especializando en estrategias de empoderamiento de dispositivos digitales por parte de los usuarios, así como de nuevos fundamentos conceptuales para orientar la articulación entre dispositivos y prácticas culturales tal como sucede en las Humanidades Digitales. " The Teacher's Quick Guide To Educational Twitter Hashtags.

The Teacher’s Quick Guide To Educational Twitter Hashtags Added by Jeff Dunn on 2012-10-18 I heart Twitter. If you haven’t yet, follow @edudemic to keep up with what we’re doing, working on, and seeing (like last night’s tech event with GDGT in downtown Boston!). Twitter has become a massive hit in education and it’s too big to ignore. But that’s a very lengthy list. Want to download this graphic as a PDF? Category: Featured Tags: #edchat , guide , hashtags , infographic , resource , twitter , visualization You may also like How Teachers Are Hacking Their Own Digital Textbooks Added by Anthony DiLaura 5 days ago 17.23K Views 9 Comments 0 Likes A group of teachers have started to disrupt their own textbook options by starting up an iBooks Author Hackathon. 5 Free Apps For Classrooms With A Single iPad Added by Monica Burns 1 month ago 24.65K Views 1 Comments 0 Likes You don’t have to be in a 1:1 classroom to infuse technology. 30 Young Leaders Worth Following On Twitter 2 Comments Fresh Posts.

Un 'cole' donde los niños aprendan a crear tecnología, no solo a consumirla. Crear exámenes con Formularios de Google Drive con corrección automática - Crear exámenes con Formularios de Google Drive con corrección automática. Using Digital Tools for Differentiation. Direct Address to this Page: Anyone who has worked in education for any length of time knows just how important it is for teachers to create differentiated classrooms. If schools are truly working to ensure success for every student, learning experiences need to be customized and aligned to student interests, needs, and unique learning styles. The challenge, however, rests in making differentiation manageable. While few teachers doubt the importance of differentiating, many struggle to make customized learning spaces a reality. In this February 2012 Alaska Staff Development Network webinar, sixth grade classroom teacher, blogger and educational technology author Bill Ferriter will introduce participants to a range of digital tools that can be used to (1). provide structure for differentiated classrooms and (2). differentiate learning experiences by student interest.

Today's Slides Today's Shared Reflection Document Differentiating YOUR Learning She writes: #nice Ms. PS 151 New York City uses EasyTech with ELL students. Gordon Graham has spent nearly two-thirds of his 14-year teaching career in New York City’s highly diverse PS 151 , a K-5 elementary school located in Woodside, a community in Queens. In that time he has seen his school’s diversity grow with the number of immigrant families from all over the world, and with that, a significant increase in range of student abilities. Woodside was once the American hub for newly arriving Irish immigrant families. Now the numbers of immigrants from dozens of other countries has grown, creating a school comprised of a rich mix of families from Greece, Russia, China, Japan, many Hispanic nations, as well as a large African American population. This provides the teaching staff with enormous challenges, not the least of which is that most students arrive with little or no English-speaking skills.

For Graham, the school’s educational technology specialist, computers become the “universal language” for his classroom. “The computer is transcontinental. Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom. Profesor de Huaraz enseña a sus alumnos a crear libros con realidad aumentada.

Los alumnos del profesor Juan Cadillo León, de la escuela primaria Jesús Nazareno en Huaraz, están perdiendo la timidez, ya no temen usar el teclado de la laptop y tampoco hablar en público. Ahora quieren aprender todo el tiempo. “Hemos logrado que niños de diez años hagan animaciones de cuentos a pesar de las muchas carencias, y si los seguimos llevando por esa línea, vamos a tener a esos famosos programadores que hay en Estados Unidos”, cuenta el orgulloso maestro. Para motivarlos, el docente ha combinado dos herramientas poderosas: el juego y la tecnología. “Para suplir las carencias de estos colegios, el profesor tiene que ser innovador y más dinámico al enseñar”, comentó en entrevista a El Comercio.

LA HISTORIA En 1998 llegaron al Jesús Nazareno varias mini laptops y el profesor Cadillo, que además es ingeniero, se encargó de enseñar el manejo de los equipos a los niños y sus colegas. What 60 Schools Can Tell Us About Teaching 21st... Los PLE en el marco europeo de Competencias Digitales. La competencia digital se ha convertido en un tema de interés para las distintas organizaciones que o bien proveen de formación y/o acreditación, o bien precisan de la incorporación de personal que tiene que desarrollar parte de su actividad con apoyo de tecnologías. El espectro de modelos de competencias digitales y de certificaciones de dichas competencias es de lo más amplio, desde el modelo que lleva años desarrollando en todo el mundo la Fundación ECDL hasta modelos basados exclusivamente en software privativo, como es el caso de Certiport.

La mayoría de estos modelos, por no decir todos, han dejado serias dudas sobre su adaptabilidad a la realidad en continuo cambio social y tecnológico, especialmente con la llegada de la web social y las oportunidades de interacción, creación y comunicación que nos ofrecen actualmente las tecnologías. [1] Ala-Mutka, Kirsti (2011). Mapping Digital Competence: Towards a Conceptual Understanding. . [2] Bawden, D (2008) . [4] van Deursen, A. J. Internet startups look to reinvent higher education | Print Edition. 7 Key Ingredients in the successful 21st Century Classroom. Research in Learning Technology. Competència informacional en el aula. La curiosa relación entre internet y la estupidez humana. Google Earth en las escuelas. Learning, networks, knowledge, technology, community. Manuel Jesús Fdez. (manueljesusF. Cristobal Cobo | Cristobal Cobo's Blog.

L'e-learning est-il l'avenir de l'éducation ? Los cursos on line y gratuitos obliga a las universidades a replantear su modelo. Mooc. The End of the University as We Know It - Nathan Harden - The American Interest Magazine. Manuel Castells: Creative education for the Information Age: Mission Impossible? C. M. Rubin: The Global Search for Education: Singapore on Technology. Untitled. Fundación Telefónica - Educación, Innovación y Colaboración con las TIC.

Comunidad. ProgramaEventoPresencialPer_DEF.pdf (application/pdf Objeto) Sahlins (Economia de la Edad de Piedra).pdf. Analyzing ICT and education policies in developing countries | A World Bank Blog on ICT use in Education. All about MOOCs. New Media Literacy In Education: Learning Media Use While Developing Critical Thinking Skills. Younger Americans’ Reading and Library Habits. Why (And How) You Should Create A Personal Learning Network. Home | Canvas by Instructure.

9 Surprising Ways Schools Are Using iPads Around The World. Taller en vivo. From Smoke Signals to Tweets: How The Evolution Of Communication Is Changing Your Classroom. Snapshot: ICT integration and e-readiness in education. Edu-Tech Imaginary. Students Think They Can Multitask. Here's Proof They Can't.