55 Herramientas web para crear cuestionarios y encuestas en clase. Hoy, mientras estaba navegando a través de mi Google Plus alimenta me encontré con esta excelente lista creada por la ayuda en el aula.
La lista cuenta con una gran cantidad de herramientas web útiles que los profesores pueden utilizar en el aula para crear cuestionarios y ejecutar encuestas. Varias de las herramientas mencionadas en esta lista ya han aparecido en nerdilandia.com en el pasado, pero algunos son nuevos para nosotros. Te invitamos a echar un vistazo y compartir con nosotros lo que piensas de ellos. Sin duda alguna una buena cantidad de recursos para cualquier docente que desee hacer pruebas cortas! About Gustavo Martinez Phd. en computación, bloguero por afición, amante de la tecnología, aportando todo lo que aprendo con la comunidad de Internet. Innovación Archivos - innovacionyescuela.es. Una educación decadente, necesita una sociedad ilusionante! (educación disruptiva) Sir Ken Robinson. Front of the Class - Brad Cohen - Class Performance. DIREBLOG. Blogs educativos.
The Top Instructional Design news from The Top Instructional Design Blogs. Generous e-Learning Design, Part 2 by Linda Rening, instructional strategist My Great Aunt Belle was a wonderful cook.
She spent days in her prairie farmhouse in Southwestern Minnesota getting food ready for […] e-Learning Leadership Blog The Lectora User’s Conference and my First Big Presentation, Part 2: Where do you take the first bite? By Mary Word The first thing that came clear was that the entire project was complex, not just the programming within pages. The Learning Dispatch Are you using training modules effectively? I often need to reuse material I’ve created for my trainings. Training by Gustav The Mega List of Maker Education Resources #TMLOOE This list of resources is a work in progress. Latest news from the CrossKnowledge Academy. Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: ABOUT.
Lisa Nielsen found school boring and irrelevant.
That ticked her off so she became a public school educator who works to help change that for others. She does this by finding and sharing innovative ways to prepare students for relevant and real-world success. Among other things, this means helping ensure educators and students have a voice in conversations and issues that affect them. She began her career in the 90s as a librarian which was a perfect fit enabling her to create what was called a buzzing and vibrant oasis in Harlem where students could find their passions with support from the community. Since then she has served in various capacities including as a literacy coach, ed tech professional development manager and technology innovation manager.
Lisa writes for and speaks to audiences across the globe about the future of education but she is best known for her award-winning blog, The Innovative Educator. Video Creation Resources. Project Zero. Good Play Project. Ideas and Tools for a Good Life.
Good Play Project The Good Play Project is focused on the ways young people think about, and manage, moral and ethical issues as they interact with new media, including online social networks, blogs, games, and content sharing sites. Funded by the MacArthur Foundation’s Digital Media & Learning initiative, Good Play involves both research and the development of educational interventions. Our research has been focused on five ethical fault-lines that we believe to be ethically salient in new media environments: identity, credibility, privacy, ownership and authorship, and participation (i.e., conduct such as online speech and treatment of others). In the first phase of our project, we conducted in depth interviews with young people ages 15-25 about their online activities, choices, dilemmas, and perspectives on these themes.
García Aretio. Crea y aprende con Laura. Flipping Bloom’s Taxonomy. Teacher Shelley Wright is on leave from her classroom, working with teachers in a half-dozen high schools to promote inquiry and connected learning.
I think the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy is wrong. Hear me out. I know this statement sounds heretical in the realms of education, but I think this is something we should rethink, especially since it is so widely taught to pre-service teachers. I agree that the taxonomy accurately classifies various types of cognitive thinking skills. It certainly identifies the different levels of complexity.
Old-school Blooms: Arduous climb for learners Conceived in 1956 by a group of educators chaired by Benjamin Bloom, the taxonomy classifies skills from least to most complex. Many teachers in many classrooms spend the majority of their time in the basement of the taxonomy, never really addressing or developing the higher order thinking skills that kids need to develop.
Here’s what I propose. Blooms 21: Let’s put Creating at the forefront About the author. El blog que Lucía Figar no quiere que leas. “En épocas de mentiras, contar la verdad es un acto revolucionario” (George Orwell) INED21. K-12 Education Tips & Strategies That Work. EducaLAB. DIREBLOG. 25 blogs a seguir este 2014. Llega fin de año y me apetece, al igual que hice el año anterior, empezar a recopilar en unos listados (siempre en clave personal) algunas cosillas que me apetece compartir con vosotros.
Éste es el caso de los blogs educativos. Unos blogs que, muertos para algunos, siguen siendo el lugar de referencia para el aprendizaje de más de uno. La enseñanza inversa: ¿aclaramos conceptos? Reflexiones sobre Aprendizaje: George Siemens.