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Sign in or Register. VitalSource: Leading eTextbook and Digital Content Solutions Provider. OpenLearn LabSpace | Open Learning Network. Escuela con cerebro | Un espacio de documentación y debate sobre Neurodidáctica. Niuco. Home - The Main Idea. About HASTAC. The Teaching Revolution | Corwin. JohnsBlog | John Millner's MAODE blog. Steve Hargadon. The Future of Education. The Learning Revolution. EdSurge : The Best in Education Technology. EDUCAUSE Homepage | EDUCAUSE. Harvard Education Publishing Group - HEP and HER. Universities News | Latest University News & University Updates. InnoveEdu - Innovative educational experiences. Minerva Project to Redefine Higher Education: CEO - Bloomberg.

Edgar Morin : Les sept savoirs nécessaires à l’éducation du futur. Impact - Impact. Applications for Spring 2017 IMPACT cohort are now available. Click here to apply. To learn more about the IMPACT program, please click here to watch two IMPACT fellows sharing their experiences.

IMPACT (Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation) The overarching goal of IMPACT is to achieve a greater student-centered learning environment by incorporating active and collaborative learning as well as other student-centered teaching and learning practices and technologies into large enrollment foundational courses. The creation of a student-centered learning environment will foster student engagement and student competence, as well as increased attainment of course-specific learning outcomes. Specifically, the goals of the IMPACT program can be summarized as follows: Refocus the campus culture on student-centered pedagogy and student success.

IMPACT Annual Report 2014 Resumen Ejecutivo del Programa IMPACT. Master Class - Digital Awareness. eLearning Infographics - The No.1 Source for the Best Education Infographics. TNW Academy. Innovación Educativa - Fundación Telefónica. Action Research | Graduate School of Education. What is Action Research? According to the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, "Action research is inquiry or research in the context of focused efforts to improve the quality of an organization and its performance.

It typically is designed and conducted by practitioners who analyze the data to improve their own practice. Action research can be done by individuals or by teams of colleagues. The team approach is called collaborative inquiry. " PowerPoint on Action Research by Leo Rigsby, IET, George Mason University History of Action Research Teacher as Researcher, located at: is an ERIC Clearinghouse document on Teaching and Teacher Education, Washington DC. Another article on the subject of Action Research can by found at: Guiding School Improvement with Action Research Sagor, Richard (2000). Related Action Research Web Sites What is action research? See also: Action Research in Education | Drawn to Science Education. Conducting action research in education can be a rewarding experience for teachers and can lead to new ideas and strategies to promote student success. This section of our website is designed to provide teachers with ideas for using drawings as a data source in their action research.

While your research question(s) will guide your study design you may find drawings to be a valuable source of data. To get a sense of how we used drawings in our research on teacher candidates and new teachers visit the section on our research and view our rubric used to score participant drawings. The sections below provide guidance and ideas for conducting action research in education. While there are many different ways to approach action research in education, your goal should be to find the right combination of research tools that best answer your research question.

We hope you will consider drawings to be one possibility. OpenStax. BC Open Textbooks. Big Think | Videos, articles, and tips to help you succeed, from the world's leading experts. Learning Management System | Employee Training Content - Grovo.

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Read Local, Think Global on Education. Global education is abuzz with the new insights and improved practices of creative thinkers and on-the-ground practitioners who are implementing innovative solutions to education challenges everywhere. Every day education stakeholders around the world share ideas and inspiring stories through articles, blog posts and research, but these sources remain too dispersed and often fail to reach a wide audience. The WISE ed.review aims to bring these important ideas, perspectives, and trends together in one place, as a key channel for quality, useable information and latest news on education with an emphasis on innovation.

A daily selection of the best content, carefully chosen from sources around the world in five languages, will help you identify new information efficiently –and on topics that are of greatest interest to you. Regular EduDebates with experts and WISE Words written by individual contributors will offer in-depth insights on key questions, challenges and opportunities. Reviews & Age Ratings - Best Movies, Books, Apps, Games for Kids.

Home | COL. Home | COL. RedDOLAC - Red de Docentes de América Latina y del Caribe - - "Nadie enseña a nadie, con humildad para aprender, tod@s aprendemos de tod@s". Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues. eBook Why You Should Adopt Social Learning. CCR Knowledge Graph of Wikipedia. College Open Textbooks. Emergent learning and learning ecologies in Web 2.0 | Williams. Special Issue - Connectivism: Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning Roy Williams University of Portsmouth, UK Regina Karousou Independent Educational Researcher, UK Jenny Mackness Independent Education Consultant, UK Abstract This paper describes emergent learning and situates it within learning networks and systems and the broader learning ecology of Web 2.0.

The paper argues that although social networking media increase the potential range and scope for emergent learning exponentially, considerable effort is required to ensure an effective balance between openness and constraint. Keywords: Emergent learning; prescriptive learning; constraints; retrospective sense-making; learning ecologies; emergent learning networks Introduction As a result of the pervasiveness of technology, the term ‘e-learning’ has come under scrutiny. Most students embrace the digitalised world of social networking (Barnes & Tynan, 2007), although this does not necessarily transfer to learning.

Youth Voices – Conversations about your passions. Dimensions of Creativity: Originality. Originality: ability to generate a product or idea that is unique or very unusual, unexpected, first of its kind. E.g. oxymorons, juxtapositions, unprompted shifts in time/place/role/capabilities, unique combinations Originality is the pinnacle of creativity. Often it is a someone's spontaneous originality that makes us call him/her "creative. " Of the four FFOE skills, originality is most difficult to force but can be REINforced. Originality by definition means producing ideas and products that have not existed before, but we judge it in relative terms. Why does originality matter? Originality is the crux of innovation and the most fragile in school settings where we have “answers.” Originality Builders Prompt with odd juxtapositions, situations (such as flexibility prompts).

Originality tools on the web: Any tool that provides completely open creation of products "from scratch" can be used to generate and build originality. Learning tool | Wolff Olins. ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network. Learning tool | Wolff Olins. Innovation Pédagogique. Alfamed. Grupo Comunicar - www.grupocomunicar.com. Professional | nytEducation. Eduhub. Home - EI Design Blog. Bibliotecas escolares - Índice. Open Textbooks. The web resource by teachers, for teachers. The Learning Partnership – Home | Public Education. Canada’s Future. ¿Qué educación queremos para el 2030? - Foros - red iberoamericana de docentes. Los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible que firmaron los países han fijado el año 2030 como el momento en que se quiere llegar a 17 Objetivos.

Las realidades de partida son muy diferentes y las percepciones de las carencias o aspectos de mejora también en función del país en que cada persona vive, sus ideas políticas y muchas variables. Es por ello que hemos pensado que tener un foro en el cada miembro de la Red exprese cómo le gustaría que fuera la educación en ese momento en su país es un ejercicio atractivo que puede permitir conocer mejor la educación de cada lugar. Son varios los aspectos que nos van a aparecer en el foro. Seguramente los primeros aportes (los más difíciles) sean los que marquen algunas de las intervenciones siguientes.

No es tanto valores numéricos (indicadores de logro) los que debemos expresar. No porque no haya que tenerlos sino porque buscamos más los aspectos mas cualitativos de la educación. Trataremos de ir reseñando los resultados para poder tener un resumen. Center for Curriculum Redesign. Selfdeterminationtheory.org - An Approach to human motivation & personality. European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning. Peer-reviewed scholarly articles in English can be found at the "Peer-reviewed articles" page and in the respective archive. Non-refereed articles on project reports, case studies, work in progress, fresh ideas and other contributions that support communication between the EDEN membership and the wider European ODeL community can be found at the "Brief Items" page and the respective archive.

Non-English articles are welcome with an abstract in English. Book reviews can be found at the "Review" page and the respective archive. Subscribers can follow the availability of new journal issues and related news from EDEN by the regular e-mail notification and RSS as well as get access to interactive services such as commenting and discussion board. Subscription, which is free of charge, is possible by joining the EURODL mailing list on the "Subscription" page. Athabasca University. Open. Online. Everywhere. : Athabasca University. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

CIEP | Au service de l'éducation et du français dans le monde. Cognifit. Te damos la bienvenida a CogniFit, la plataforma orientada a la evaluación y mejora de la salud cognitiva de los usuarios. En CogniFit disponemos de herramientas de evaluación, exploración y estimulación de las funciones cerebrales así como de entrenamientos específicos y personalizados a cada una de las necesidades.

La intervención que llevamos cabo en CogniFit se realiza de manera online, y los entrenamientos son computerizados y diseñados por un equipo de neurólogos y psicólogos y con la posibilidad de detectar y mejorar los déficits cognitivos del usuario. Comprende de una batería de evaluación cognitiva compuesta por un conjunto de test que cumplirán la función de evaluar el nivel cognitivo del usuario valorando un largo rango de habilidades cognitivas. La medición que realiza nuestro programa se realiza de manera rigurosa permitiendo conocer, a partir de los resultados, las deficiencias cognitivas de las diferentes funciones cerebrales del usuario. Cognifit. World Economic Forum on Africa 2016. Educación | Fundación Compartir.

Publishing Platform for Documents and Magazines. Online Courses and STEM Academy | UTeach Professional Development. UTeach Professional Development is proud to announce a new program of online professional learning designed for in-service classroom teachers, the Academy of Innovative Teaching and Learning. The Academy is designed with working practitioners in mind: online and on demand courses that address topics classroom teachers and school administrators have repeatedly requested. Flexibility and choice are two important characteristics of the Academy. There is only one required course, Foundations of Inquiry Teaching and Learning. Beyond that, participants need only complete one Academy courses in each of groups A, B, and C in order to earn a certificate of completion in the Academy.

The following courses make up the Academy. *Required Course: Foundations of Inquiry Teaching and Learning Group A Courses: Mentoring Math and Science Teachers Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners Engaging Students with Mobile Technology Group B Courses: Formative Assessment: A Key to Student Success Group C Courses: Red iberoamericana de docentes. Teaching in Tens | The Macmillan Community. Preparing to teach a class is a lot like preparing dinner for friends. Slightly nerve-wracking, more time-consuming than you expect, and each time, there are surprises, sometimes great, sometimes terrible.

Always, you learn new things. You can wing it and end up with a wonderful success. Or, you can spend weeks preparing and still run into disaster. Is there a secret to planning? In observing new graduate students teach creative writing classes, sometimes I see amazing instruction and other times I see a class period evaporate as student attention wanders. I’ve seen lessons that looked great on paper miss their mark completely and shy awkward teachers create terrific impromptu classroom experiences for grumpster teens at eight in the morning. These new teachers are spending a lot of time prepping their classes and sometimes it pays off and sometimes it doesn’t.

First, consider the three things that typically cause a lesson to go off the rails: Busy. Big picture. 4. One last thought. ClassDojo. P2P Foundation. Les Classiques des sciences sociales. A Moodle-based eLearning solution. Library. Digital Access to Scholarship at Harvard. Food Babe - Welcome to Food Babe!

Learn Something New Every Day with Online Video Lessons. Open Learning Campus | World Bank Group. Minerva Schools at KGI. EMERITUS Institute of Management - Global IVY Education. Commonwealth of Learning. Inicio | Latined educación. Ocw.usal. Online education. Think. Learn. Innovate. Learning theory: models, product and process.

Photo by Antenna on Unsplash Contents: introduction · what do people think learning is? · learning as a product · learning as a process · experience · reflective thinking · making connections · committing and acting · task-conscious or acquisition learning, and learning-conscious or formalized learning · the behaviourist orientation to learning · the cognitive orientation to learning · the humanistic orientation to learning · the social/situational orientation to learning · the constructivist/social constructivist orientation to learning · further reading · references · how to cite this article See, also, What is education?

Over the last thirty years or so, ‘learning’ has become one of the most used words in the field of education. Adult education became lifelong learning; students became learners, teachers facilitators of learning; schools are now learning environments; learning outcomes are carefully monitored. There has been a similar situation in the field of education. Taxonomies. Elieni. Relay Graduate School of Education. Textbook Innovation. Online Degrees, Certificates, and Courses - CSU Online. Ed.review. Higher education. Teaching and Learning.