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Aprendizaje Adaptativo User Rating: El aprendizaje adaptativo en su forma fundamental es una metodología que cambia el enfoque pedagógico hacia el estudiante basado en la comparación entre los hábitos y las respuestas de los estudiantes. El aprendizaje adaptativo, más recientemente, se asocia con una colección a gran escala de los datos de aprendizaje y las respuestas pedagógicas de base estadística, y puede ser visto como un subconjunto de aprendizaje personalizado que incluye enfoques tales como la computación afectiva y somática. Vídeo 14: Changing the Interface of Higher Education with Revolutionary Learning Adaptive learning: The best approaches we've seen so far Introduction to Knewton Adaptive Learning

Adolescenti impulsivi - Ubi minor | Il portale dell'adolescenza inquieta I ragazzi non sono in grado di controllare gli impulsi e di prendere decisioni rapide e intelligenti come gli adulti - ma perché? Le ricerche su come il cervello umano si sviluppa aiutano a spiegarlo. In un adolescente, il lobo frontale del cervello, che controlla il processo decisionale, è sviluppato ma non completamente isolato - così i suoi segnali si muovono ancora lentamente. "Gli adolescenti non possono accedere facilmente al loro lobo frontale per poter dire: 'Oh, non farò mai più questa cosa', sostiene la dottoressa Frances Jensen, neuroscienziata e madre single di due ragazzi ventenni, autrice del saggio Il cervello adolescente. Abbiamo un isolamento naturale ... chiamato mielina," sostiene. Questo processo di isolamento inizia nella parte posteriore del cervello e si dirige verso la parte anteriore. "L'ultimo posto da collegare – affinché la mielinizzazione sia completa - è la parte anteriore del cervello. Sul perché gli adolescenti sono più inclini alle dipendenze

Weekly Update: Educational Webinars, Unconferences, and Conferences Future-Ready Schools: Leaders Preparing Students for Success This year for National Principals Month, learn about a a bold effort, coordinated by the Alliance for Excellent Education, the U.S. Department of Education, and organizations like NAESP and NASSP, to maximize digital learning opportunities and help school districts prepare students for success in college, a career, and citizenship. Hosts will discuss how FRS provides districts with resources and support. This informative webinar begins on October 20, 2016 at 12:30 p.m. Back to Top 8 Great Free Webinars to Catch This Month Upcoming Unconferences Participate in free, participant-driven professional development for educators by attending an edcamp in your local area. 2016 and 2017 Conferences 2016 Schools of the Future Conference October 20 to October 21, 2016 | Honolulu, Hawaii Summer Changes Everything: National Conference on Summer Learning October 24 to October 26, 2016 | Seattle, Washington Looking for funding?

Teacher’s Guide to Using Twitter in the Classroom - ExamTime This guide brings together some of the best tips on using Twitter in the classroom. We’ve sourced some of the best education blogs from the web to bring you these useful resources from influential bloggers. Our tips come from Jeff Dunn from Edudemic and Christopher Pappas from eLearning Industry plus other education bloggers who really know what they are talking about. If you’re new to using social media in the classroom, this video from CNN: Thanks to Jaime Vandergrift for sharing @JaimeVanderG Twitter in the Classroom Jeff Dunn from Edudemic has written a myriad of different articles discussing how to proactively use Twitter in the classroom. In his article 7 Ways to Get More Out of Twitter he says: “Follow at least 10 new people every week. While in My 5 Best Social Media Tips for Teachers he writes: “Get your colleagues on board and see if you can accomplish new projects using social media. And in 100 Ways to Use Twitter in Education two of his best tips are to: “Lighten up. In Conclusion

Webinar Series EdTechTeacher offers free, live webinars throughout the school year aimed at helping educators integrate technology effectively in the classroom. This is a great opportunity learn something new as well as to network with other teachers from across the country and around the world. We hope that you will join us online for our next event. Spring Webinar Opportunities March 11th - Small Tech Changes - BIG Learning Impact! Sometimes, the smallest of changes can have the largest impact on helping our students to connect to content, demonstrate their understanding, and become more independent in their learning. Webinar Archives We record all of our live webinars. Winter 2014 - Global Discussions In January and February, we had amazing conversations with educators from around the world. Creativity & Learning with iPads with guests Richard Wells (@iPadWells) from Auckland, New Zealand and Paul Hamilton (@PaulHamilton8) from Sunshine Coast, AustraliaWHY Innovate?

Case Studies | Education Solutions Steelcase research and insights bring new learning spaces to campus. Learn how other education institutions have brought our research and insights to life on their campus. We are proud to showcase the result of their forward-thinking and planning efforts designed to help students reach their maximum potential. Each case study includes unique challenges and creative solutions. Classroom case study video: The Newmark School The Newmark School is focused on providing a positive learning environment for its special needs students. Watch Newmark video Library case study video: Grand Valley State University Like every space on campus, the library now is being rethought and reorganized. Watch GVSU library video media:scape LearnLab case study: University of Florida To prepare students for the future, the University of Florida developed two active learning spaces designed to foster communication, collaboration and problem solving. Read full case study Watch Coastline Community video Watch video

Noticias y nuevas tendencias Getting Started with Reflector for Mac or Windows Your download of Reflector has started. While you wait for Reflector to download, read through our getting started guide to get up to speed on installing and using Reflector! Step 1: Open the DMG and drag Reflector to Applications After opening the Reflector DMG file, you will need to drag the Reflector file into your computers /Applications folder. Reflector MUST run from this directory to prevent issues when using the application. Step 2: Open Reflector from Applications Double click the Reflector.app file in your Applications folder to open it. Step 3: Start a connection from your device AirPlay mirroring is built in to supported iOS devices. iOS 7: Swipe up to access your Control Center. iOS 6: Double tap the home button on your device and swipe from left to right until you see the AirPlay icon. Step 4: Tap the AirPlay icon, select your Mac and toggle the "Mirror" switch Tapping the AirPlay icon will present you with a list of receivers to connect to. Step 1: Run the Installer

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Boletín ..:: Innovación y Tecnología Educativa ::.. La respuesta de la profesora Hortensia Jiménez Díaz a la convocatoria que en el 2012 lanzó TED para participar en su sito educativo TED-Ed (TED-Ed's mission is to capture and amplify the voices of great educators around the world) culminó con la publicación de la lección "How Mendel's pea plants helped us understand genetics". La profesora Hortensia Jiménez Díaz, quien labora para el Campus Central de Veracruz, explica que el proceso para publicar su trabajo en la plataforma TED-Ed implicó la elaboración y envío de una propuesta de tema, el desarrollo de un guión que considerara la historia con la cual se presentaría la explicación de la teoría de Mendel, así como el trabajo en equipo a distancia con dos diseñadores gráficos: Johan Sonestedt y Veronica Wallenberg los cuales forman parte del equipo de TED-Ed. El proceso tomó varios meses antes de que TED-Ed, informara a la profesora Hortensia que el video estaba publicado en la siguiente dirección electrónica

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