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Kufre. Tamineuthal. Flipped Classroom info. Rensvandamme. SDT Wiki. In the 1970s, research on SDT evolved from studies comparing the intrinsic and extrinsic motives, and from growing understanding of the dominant role intrinsic motivation played in an individual’s behavior[2] but it was not until mid-1980s that SDT was formally introduced and accepted as a sound empirical theory. Research applying SDT to different areas in social psychology has increased considerably since the 2000s. Key studies that led to emergence of SDT included research on intrinsic motivation.[3] Intrinsic motivation refers to initiating an activity for its own sake because it is interesting and satisfying in itself, as opposed to doing an activity to obtain an external goal (extrinsic motivation).

Different types of motivations have been described based on the degree they have been internalized. Internalization refers to the active attempt to transform an extrinsic motive into personally endorsed values and thus assimilate behavioural regulations that were originally external.[4] Le tableau de répartition des tâches. Qu'est-ce que c'est? Il s'agit d'établir pour une équipe l'ensemble des tâches à maîtriser chaque poste de travail, la liste des tâches qui doivent être exécutées en situation normale d'activité. De quelle façon cet outil peut-il aider? Repérer les zones de recoupement : "qui sait quoi", organiser la polyvalence au sein de l'équipe, organiser des doublons ou des remplacements, faciliter l'organisation des absences Comment fonctionne cet outil? Le tableau de répartition des tâches peut être utilisé de plusieurs façons : - chronostructure de l'équipe : combien de temps les membres additionnés de l'équipe consacre à chaque tâche ?

- Tableau de polyvalence. Chronostructure sur une semaine Tableau de polyvalence 3 = expert, 2 = sait faire, 1 peut dépanner Quelles sont les ressources nécessaires? Quel élément de management est renforcé? Liens avec les compétences du manager Sens de l’organisation La planification "Les catastrophes mêmes que fait naître la grande industrie Karl Marx , Le Capital. What is Connected Learning. Ninth-grader Charles Raben has seen first-hand that by connecting the many spheres of his life -- peers, interests and academic pursuits -- new learning experiences can and will present themselves in both organized and unstructured ways. In the summer of 2012, Charles utilized his photography skills and the petition website Change.org to capture and share the story of Jerry Delakas, a longtime local newsstand operator who was in danger of losing his New York City license over a technicality.

"I wanted to have that experience of creating change myself. " The petition-making process proved to be a life-changing learning experience for the teen. Charles has become even more engaged in school, and all of his academic work is improving as a result of all of these activities because he has an identity now. A single sentence on his photography blog eloquently bares this newfound identity: "Each face tells a story and I try to capture just that. " Différence entre une formation Inter, Intra et Interne. Le choix de la formation se décide souvent en fonction des objectifs définis par l’ensemble des acteurs de l’entreprise.

Une formation inter-entreprise Elle est destinée aux salariés provenant de plusieurs sociétés, Elle regroupe sur un même thème et pour un même niveau des salariés de différents organismes. La diversité des entreprises dans lesquelles ils travaillent, enrichit la qualité des échanges et la découverte de nouvelles pratiques.

Les Avantages: Possibilité de se former tout en échangeant vos expériences avec d’autres personnes travaillant dans d’autres entreprises Une présence d’un formateur expérimenté et spécialiste dans son domaine Résoudre les problématiques qui se posent à vous dans votre quotidien, pendant la formation.Une formation intra-entreprise Elle est destinée aux salariés d’une même entreprise, elle est réservée à un groupe de salarié d’une seule société. Les Avantages : Elle est conçue et réalisée par l’établissement lui même, pour ses propres salariés.

Neurosciences et pédagogie. Dans le monde de l'éducation, c'est une innovation : améliorer l'enseignement et l'apprentissage par ce qu'on connaît du fonctionnement du cerveau. Et cela s'appelle la neuropédagogie. Domaine de recherche relativement nouveau qui fait la jonction entre les neurosciences et les sciences de l'éducation, il s'intéresse aux processus biologiques en jeu dans l'apprentissage ainsi que les expériences sociales et émotionnelles. La gymnastique du cerveau D'une manière pratique, les applications de la neuropédagogie mènent vers des évolutions dans la manière d'enseigner et d'apprendre et vise in fine à "stimuler de nouvelles zones du cerveau, à créer de nouvelles connexions pour faciliter les apprentissages". Dans un reportage de la chaîne Euronews sur le sujet, on se rend bien compte que cela n'a rien de sorcier.

Mais la neuropédagogie ne s'arrête pas là. On sait par exemple que le cerveau retient sept fois plus d'informations si on les catégorise. En toile de fond, l'apprentissage Références. La motivation, enfouie au plus profond du cerveau ? L'équipe de Mathias Pessiglione, chargé de recherche Inserm du "Centre de recherche en neurosciences de la Pitié-Salpêtrière" (Inserm/UPMC-Université Pierre et Marie Curie/CNRS) a identifié la partie du cerveau impliquée dans la motivation lors d'une action mêlant effort physique (La physique (du grec φυσις, la nature) est étymologiquement la « science de la nature ». Dans un sens général et ancien, la...) et mental: le striatum ventral. Les résultats de leur étude ont été publiés dans PLoS Biology le 21 février 2012.

Les résultats d'une activité (Le terme d'activité peut désigner une profession.) (physique ou mentale) dépendent en partie des efforts consacrés à cette activité qui peuvent être motivés par une récompense. Par exemple, le sportif est susceptible de s'entrainer "plus intensément" si le résultat lui apporte un prestige social ou monétaire. Il en va de même pour l'étudiant qui prépare ses examens dans l'objectif de réussir sa carrière professionnelle.

Référence: Prefrontal-hippocampal dynamics involved in learning regularities across episodes. + Author Affiliations Address correspondence to Christian F. Doeller, Saarland University, Department of Psychology, Experimental Neuropsychology Unit, PO Box 15 11 50, Saarbrücken D-66041, Germany. Email: c.doeller@mx.uni-saarland.de. Abstract Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, the neural correlates of context-specific memories and invariant memories about regularities across episodes were investigated.

Introduction Episodic memory refers to the ability to remember specific events set in a spatio-temporal context (Tulving, 1983). How does the brain represent repeated overlapping features of episodes? Recent neuroscientific research has begun to study the neural correlates of learning regularities across specific episodes. Another line of evidence for prefrontal involvement in learning regularities comes from artificial grammar learning research, where subjects acquire abstract knowledge about the rules of a finite-state grammar (Cleeremans et al., 1998).

Figure 1. Subjects. 05-LM. Login.seam?ERIGHTS_TARGET=http%3A%2F%2Fpsycnet.apa. Publications. SDT Uni Rochester. Making aligned hardware, software, and space decisions in a blended learning environment | Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute. V14_1_Seffetu_et_al. Redesigning a school toward blended learning | Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute.

6 Expert Tips for Flipping the Classroom -- Campus Technology. Tech-Enabled Learning | Feature 6 Expert Tips for Flipping the Classroom Three leaders in flipped classroom instruction share their best practices for creating a classroom experience guaranteed to inspire lifelong learning. By Jennifer Demski01/23/13 "If you were to step into one of my classrooms, you'd think I was teaching a kindergarten class, not a physics class," laughs Harvard University (MA) professor Eric Mazur. "Not because the students are children, but because of the chaos and how oblivious the students are to my presence. " Such pandemonium is a good thing, insists Mazur, an early adopter of the flipped classroom model that has become all the rage at colleges and universities across the country.

"That's how we all learn: by actively engaging in the material rather than sitting in a classroom and writing down the words said by the professor. " While technology facilitates flipped instruction, it takes both planning and experimentation to perfect the model. Login.seam?ERIGHTS_TARGET=http%3A%2F%2Fpsycnet.apa. Teaching in a blended learning environment – rethinking the role of the teacher | Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute. Introduction to blended learning | Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute. Creating the ideal student experience in a blended learning classroom | Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute. SDT Wiki. 8 Great Reasons to Flip Your Classroom (and 4 of the Wrong Reasons), from Bergmann and Sams.

Jenkins on Participatory Culture  |  Chapter 6: Critical Literacy Pedagogy  |  Literacies  |  New Learning. “If it were possible to define generally the mission of education, it could be said that its fundamental purpose is to ensure that all students benefit from learning in ways that allow them to participate fully in public, community, [Creative] and economic life.” — New London Group, 2000. … According to a 2005 study conducted by the Pew Internet and American Life project, more than one-half of all American teens—and 57 percent of teens who use the Internet—could be considered media creators.

For the purpose of the study, a media creator is someone who created a blog or webpage, posted original artwork, photography, stories or videos online or remixed online content into their own new creations. Most have done two or more of these activities. … Contrary to popular stereotypes, these activities are not restricted to white suburban males. If anything, the Pew study undercounts the number of American young people who are embracing the new participatory culture.

The new skills include: Constructivist Learning. One of the key issues to look at when examining any Learning Theory is Transfer of Learning. Indeed, this is such an important idea, that it is a field of research in its own right. Researchers and practitioners in this field work to understand how to increase transfer of learning -- how to teach for transfer. Introduction Constructivism Situated Learning Transfer of Learning General Learning Theory References Top of Page Introduction The intent of this Website is to help support the work of IT in education materials and users of such materials.

There are many additional different learning theories related to use of IT in education include: Anchored Instruction (John Bransford). Funderstanding: About Learning [Online]. Funderstanding: About Learning. Constructivism The following definition is quoted from the Website: psparks/theorists/501const.htm. References on Constructivism College of Education, University of Denver, Constructivism Site [Online]. Open Education.

The European Commission's Opening up Education initiative in a nutshell The main goal of this initiative is to stimulate ways of learning and teaching through ICT and digital content, mainly through the development and availability of OER. Amongst its actions, the most important one is to change the role of digital technologies at school. All the actions within the initiative are put in place with the hope that they help attain the ultimate objective, namely to boost competitiveness and growth at the European level. Opening up Education calls for EU-level cooperation to push reforms towards the adoption of open learning environments as drivers to enhance digital skills both for pupils and teachers, and in education in general.

Another major concern of the European Commission, stated in this initiative and in alignment with the Open Education Europa portal, is to be able to support the deployment and availability of digital technology and content. Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute. Participatory Media Literacy / Participatory Media Literacy. Guide To This Site's Contents Welcome to Participatory Media Literacy (Home)BloggingWikiRSSSocial Bookmarking, Tagging, Music/Photo/Video SharingPodcastingVideo BloggingDigital Video ResourcesDigital StorytellingMashupsChat: Channeling the BackchannelTransliteracyForecasting: Thinking long term, developing foresight Participatory Media Education Resources Recent technological changes have made much wider social changes possible: Until the end of the twentieth century, only a relatively small and wealthy fraction of the human race could broadcast television programs, publish newspapers, create encyclopedias; by the twenty first century, however, inexpensive digital computers and ubiquitous Internet access made the means of high quality media production and distribution accessible to a substantial portion of the world's population.

In 20068, more than one billion people are connected to the Internet and more than three billion people carry mobile telephones. (pdf) Learning Through Practice: Participatory Culture Civics. Participatory culture. Participatory culture is a neologism in reference of, but opposite to a Consumer culture — in other words a culture in which private persons (the public) do not act as consumers only, but also as contributors or producers (prosumers).

The term is most often applied to the production or creation of some type of published media. Recent advances in technologies (mostly personal computers and the Internet) have enabled private persons to create and publish such media, usually through the Internet. This new culture as it relates to the Internet has been described as Web 2.0. In participatory culture "young people creatively respond to a plethora of electronic signals and cultural commodities in ways that surprise their makers, finding meanings and identities never meant to be there and defying simple nostrums that bewail the manipulation or passivity of “consumers.”[1] History[edit] Participatory culture has been around longer than the Internet. Forms of participatory communication[edit]

Flipped Classroom. Flipped classroom oder auch inverted classroom könnte man mit "vertauschter Klassenraum" übersetzen. Im Internet findet man vor allem Lehrer aus naturwissenschaftlichen Fächern (am häufigsten Chemie) und auch Mathematik, die sich diesem Konzept verschrieben haben. Die ursprüngliche Idee ist, dass die Lehrer ihre Vorträge, die sie sonst als Frontalunterricht vor den Schülern gehalten haben, aufnehmen. Es könnte eine Live-Veranstaltung aufgenommen werden oder am Computer zu Hause die "Stunde" halten und aufnehmen, dabei am Bildschirm, ähnlich wie an einer Tafel, schreiben und mündlich erklären, um was es geht.

Die Filme oder Screencasts werden im Internet zur Verfügung gestellt und die Schüler haben als Hausaufgabe, sich diese Filme anzuschauen. In der Schule bekommen die Schüler Aufgaben gestellt, die zu den Vorlesungen passen. Es werden also Unterricht und Hausaufgaben vertauscht. Was ist der Flipped bzw. Flipped classroom meets MOOCs Flipped Classroom in der Praxis Lehrvideos an Schulen.

Linda Booth Sweeney. Physical Locations for the New Way of Learning - adidas. In the third part about our adidas Group Learning Campus, we’ll focus on the physical campus concept. As a quick reminder: we are currently founding the adidas Group Learning Campus, our “Corporate University”, the one-stop shop for all training, learning and development offers across the adidas Group.

The adidas Group Learning Campus consists of three pillars: Physical learning spaces in all locationsA virtual Learning Campus Online, a platform for collaborative, self-driven and technology-based learning that provides access to learning anywhere, anytime and on any deviceAnd, going forward, the Future Workplace, the personal workplace of each employee, where learning is fully embedded in the daily work. As much as we embrace the digital world and see huge opportunities for learning, we do believe that a combination of digital and physical learning spaces brings both worlds together in a most efficient and human-centred way. Learn more about the 70:20:10 model here: Media Labs Pop-Up Kits. The Essence of Connected Learning. Connected Learning.tv. Educational Theory Constructivism. Teaching Instructivist Educated Digital Natives Using a Constructivist Learning Theory in Transnational Education.

Who Is Behind This Site? Blended Learning. Constructivist Learning. 8 Great Reasons to Flip Your Classroom (and 4 of the Wrong Reasons), from Bergmann and Sams. Different concept of Connected Learning: Bildungskonzept - CYP. Connected Learning Principles.

Humberto R. Maturana - Beats Biblionetz. Autopoiesis. Get Involved. Connected Learning Principles. ConnectedLearning_report.pdf. All technological comfort is not a substitute for fresh air and ... space. Connected Learning Alliance. Manifesto - European Year of Creativity and Innovation 2009 - EUROPA. Francisco J. Varela - Beats Biblionetz. Flipped-classroom.jpg (JPEG-Grafik, 1000 × 5184 Pixel) The Flipped Classroom Jackie Gerstein - Scoop.it. The Flipped Classroom Model: A Full Picture. The Flipped Classroom: Turning the Traditional Classroom on its Head. A guide to complexity and organizations. Inverted Classroom in Deutschland | Informationen zum Konzept des umgedrehten Unterrichts.

Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture for Higher Education. Foerde_Shohamy_Neurobio_2011. Flipping the Classroom Facilitates Active Learning Methods. 12 Living System Principles. Downloads. Fritjof Capra. Matriztica. Elisabet Sahtouris. Publications. Deci, Ryan: Die Selbstbestimmungstheorie der Motivation und ihre Bedeutung für die Pädagogik. Educational Theory Constructivism. Konstruktivismus und Unterricht. Gibt es einen neuen Ansatz in der Allgemeinen Didaktik?

LifeWeb: The Writings. Learning Through Practice: Participatory Culture Civics. (pdf) Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century. Teaching Instructivist Educated Digital Natives Using a Constructivist Learning Theory in Transnational Education. Henry Jenkins - wikipedia. Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education of the 21st Century.

Vita activa oder vom tätigen Leben. SDT Uni Rochester.