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Fernando Escobar

IBM - Smarter Planet - The IBM 5 in 5 - United States - 0 views

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    Artículo de IBM sobre 5 grandes innovaciones que se espera cambien la vida de las personas en los próximos años.
Felipe de Jesus Garciasantana

17 ideas en primera persona sobre educación | El caparazon - 1 views

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    algunas de las ideas que presentaban en el panel de estudiantes de Education Nation, experiencias y sentimientos en primera persona, consejos que los alumnos darían a profesores y directivos en educación.

    Nos hablan de personalización, de empatía, de contacto, de incorporación de las tecnología…
Sara Ramirez

15 Great Freeware Audio Applications - 0 views

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    Windows and Mac PC help, along with tips for iOS, Android, and other consumer electronics and gadgets.
Sara Ramirez

Why more schools aren't teaching web literacy-and how they can start - 3 views

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    Fourteen years after we first published 'Teaching Zack to Think,' here's a new three-part framework for making sure students are internet savvy
ZABDIEL BRITO-BRITO

Critical Friends: A Novel Approach to Improving Peer and Instructor Feedback - 0 views

  • the skill of giving peer feedback requires instructor scaffolding and cultivation
  • Giving critical feedback that is personal, relevant, and challenging — both on a student level and instructor level — has a positive impact on learning outcomes.
  • Modeling effective feedback provides good examples for our students to observe and enhances their own peer feedback skills.
ZABDIEL BRITO-BRITO

31 Great Ways Universities Are Using Google+ | SociableBlog - 0 views

  • Google Plus has begun to offer personalized search results for users who are logged in. Professors and experts can share excellent resources on Google Plus, and make it easy for students to get the most relevant information when they search
  • Some professors have asked their students to sign up for GPlus so that they can create class Circles, sharing information, collaboration, and offering an outlet for interaction between students.
Sara Ramirez

Motivating the unmotivated | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC - 5 views

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    What makes your students want to come to your class?
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