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What YouTube and Hollywood Divas Can Teach You About Active Learning | EdSurge News - 10 views

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    "Some of the most dynamic thinkers and doers in education today are pioneers in active learning. Their pedagogy promotes the four Cs that the National Education Association (NEA) deems necessary "for success in college, career, and citizenship in the 21st century": critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration."
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Death By Powerpoint - 38 views

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    Common misuses and bad practice of using powerpoint. Garber, AR; (2001) "Death by Powerpoint"; [Online] Available: http://www.smallbusinesscomputing.com/biztools/article.php/684871/Death-By-Powerpoint.htm) (Accessed 29 April 2018)
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Princippia, Innovación Educativa: Personaliza las preguntas de examen con Goo... - 3 views

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    Posibilidades de Google Forms aplicadas al campo educativo
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Actively Learn - 38 views

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    This is amazing!! I couldn't wait to share it with teachers at our school. Thank you for sharing the link.
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Promoting Online Interaction in Today's Colleges and Universities - 47 views

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    Collaborative Learning
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Eduteka - Taxonomía de Bloom para la Era Digital - 1 views

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    La presente Taxonomía para entornos Digitales no se restringe al ámbito cognitivo; es más, contiene elementos cognitivos así como métodos y herramientas. Estos son los elementos que yo, como docente en ejercicio, utilizaría en mis experiencias de aula. Así como en las taxonomías anteriores, es la calidad de la acción o del proceso la que define el nivel cognitivo y no la acción o el proceso, por sí mismos.
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Resources « Black Mountain SOLE - 27 views

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    Interesting set of resources for self-organized learning.
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My Education Path :: Find online courses and get free education! - 3 views

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    Stephen Downes "We don't need no educator : The role of the teacher in today's online education "
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Woodland, J. (2011) Psychology for the classroom: E-Learning. Oxon: Routledge - 4 views

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      Chapter 4 - Pedagogy Motivation through the possible 'white heat of technology' - the newness. * Emotional engagement *Immediacy * Action Engagement * Cognitive Engagement - see the Hierarchy of Engagement on page 75. * Creative and Critical Thinking - Bono's Six Thinking Hats and Technology * Using VLEs * Social Interaction - Oliver and McLaughlin (1996) proposed five levels of teacher-learner interaction: social, procedural, expository, explanatory and cognitive. * Engagement * Assessment
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      Chapter 2 - Theory: * Piaget's stages of cognitive development and technologies. * Skiiner's programmed learning theory - technology programmes that are task analysis, sequencing of learning and presentation of concepts through step by step positive reinforcement. * Wenger Communities of Practice * Gilly Salmon (2005) five-step model of levels of maturity in online environments: access and motivation/ online socialisation/ information exchange/ knowledge construction/ learner development. * GBL and Avatars discussed.
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      Those against technology - Tanya Byron stating they technology is affecting children's minds.
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      Changing attitudes whilst online - different identities - different ways some converse.
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      * Motivation of learning - attention, confidence, satisfaction, appreciation and relevance
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      Key aspects of book of relevance: * explains e-Learning - cybergogy (online pedagogy) * 3 modes of learning - expository, active and interactive * synchronous and asynchronous learning alongside cognitive and social natures of learning
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  • current research,
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  • s illustrative case studies
  • grounding in both theory and pedagogical application
  • behaviourism, cognitivism and constructivism in the context of e-learning.
  • social networking;
  • cybergogy and new learning domains
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