Estándares Unesco de Competencias TIC presenta la actualización de sus para los . El pasado mes de enero tuvo lugar en Londres la reunión de unos sesenta ministros de educación de todo el mundo en el marco del Foro Mundial de Educación. El evento fue organizado por la Asociación Británica de Proveedores de Educación (BESA), contó con el apoyo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores británico y en él se examinaron políticas educativas de calidad y las estrategias puestas en marcha para alcanzar el rápido progreso en materia educativa. El Foro, que se desarrolló bajo el lema “Aprender de los mejores para un mundo de cambio”, sirvió como plataforma de lanzamiento de los nuevos Estándares de Competencias TIC para los Profesores promovido por la Unesco. La presentación corrió a cargo de la directora general de la organización, Irina Bokova, quien hizo hincapié en la necesidad de “adaptar las capacidades a las necesidades” educativas e integrar las habilidades con el mundo del trabajo en el marco de las innovaciones en la materia.
The 21st Century Skills Teachers Should Have Technology advancements have touched every facet of life including education. This latter has been radically transformed and teachers who do not use social media and educational technology in their teaching no longer fit in the new system.That’s why every educator and teacher should reconsider certain values and principles . Today I am sharing with you two short videos that will hopefully change what some think about teaching. The following videos are among the top educative videos online . Watch this first one minute 40 seconds video to see the negative side of some teachers. Negative version of when i become a teacher
All That Teachers Need to Know about Flipped Classroom- Tutorials, Tools and Apps Several teachers now have already stated using the flipped classroom model in their teaching and some are still thinking about how to do it. If you are one of those who are keen on applying this learning/teaching strategy with your students then this resourceful section will provide you with all the materials, tips, ideas, and tools to flip your classroom. A flipped classroom is a model in which the ordinary teaching activities which are done in class like lecturing or demonstrations are recorded in videos and podcasts for students to access at home. The in-class time is used instead for deeper class discussions, students projects, one-one-one interventions, peer collaboration, and many more. Here are some web tools I have reviewed before and which you can use in flipping your classroom:
El estudio Independiente: Considerciones Básicas. Aebli, H. Factores de la enseñanza que favorecen el aprendizaje autónomo. Madrid, Narcea, 1991. Alexander, P. "Superimposing a situation-specific and domain specific perspective on an account of self-regulated learning". Educational Psychologist, vol. 30, núm. 4, 1995. Research, Reports & Studies / Research Research on Flipped Learning Looking for case studies, surveys, infographics or our Literature Reviews? Scroll down for research by or done in conjunction with the FLN.
The Flipped Class: Myths vs. Reality Editor's Note: On the heels of our viral posts in over 100 countries about the flipped classroom earlier this year (links below), we asked Jon Bergmann if he could share some of the feedback he was receiving in light of the notable interest about this topic. The timing couldn't have been more perfect since he was about to leave for a conference about you-guessed-it, the flipped class. Here is Part 1 of our three part series The Daily Riff. Technology-Rich Learning:Evidence on Flipped Classrooms Is Still Coming In The classroom lecture—it's been criticized, despised, even lampooned. An entire generation of moviegoers can recite Ben Stein's plea for students to wake up and respond to his dead-pan, droning lecture in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. ("Anyone? … Anyone?") Lectures aren't necessarily bad—they can be an effective way to help students acquire new knowledge (Hattie, 2008; Schwerdt & Wupperman, 2010).
Harvey Mudd professors' research suggests 'flipped' classes might not be worth the hassle The concept of the "flipped classroom" has become the education world's darling within the past few years. In a flipped classroom, students watch their professors' lectures online before class, while spending class time working on hands-on, "real world" problems. The potential of the model has many educators thrilled — it could be the end of vast lecture halls, students falling asleep and boring, monotone professors. But four professors at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, Calif. who are studying the effectiveness of a flipped classroom have bad news for advocates of the trend: it might not make any difference. On Oct. 1, professors Nancy Lape, Karl Haushalter, Rachel Levy and Darryl Yong received funding for a three-year, $199,544 grant from the National Science Foundation to study the effects of the flipped classroom on students' learning.
The Active Class » Blog Archive » “Flipping” your classroom When I talk to people about education reform — about doing innovative things like using clickers and peer instruction, or interactive demonstrations, or small group work, a lot of instructors balk. How can I give up that much lecture time? We have a lot to cover.Students don’t do the reading — so they’re not able to discuss the material yet, they’re starting from scratch.