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Tricia Rodriguez

Education Week: Publishers Turn to Cloud Computing to Offer Digital Content - 47 views

  • struggling to strike a balance between print and digital curricula for students, textbook publishers are taking to the cloud to house new digital resources and curricula.
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      Just as with "hybrid education" schools must find a way to balance the types of resources we are providing our students. Funding is key here as well as the consideration of sustainability. 
  • cloud computing
  • dip their toes into
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  • lack of resources
  • nformation and power available from servers hosted by a separate, off-site entity
  • bandwidth and hardware support,
  • cloud-based textbook is stored on the Internet by servers not operated by school districts themselves
  • Web 2.0 forma
  • start discussions with each other about the content, complete interactive assessments and activities, and search Google or Wikipedia for further information.
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      Students are able to interact with the content and not act as passive consumers. This is key as the classroom struggles to catch up with the true status of society.
  • [Cinch]
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      In actuality, this publishers has provided a CMS embedded with their curriculum. This is probably where text-book providers will need to move to in order to stay competitive. 
  • upgraded its online bandwidth
Tricia Rodriguez

Donald Clark Plan B - 39 views

  • for 20% of the world to benefit from the internet, but 100% to benefit from the new technologies, including the Web, that are available.
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      Open the doors of the internet, keeping in mind that schools act as the "great equalizer" to those who do not have internet access at home. 
  • I want all the technology companies, the Microsofts, the Apples, the Facebooks, the Googles to be involved in this project
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      The funding must come from the companies who create ed technology. Large companies must be on board. 
  • who can’t see past the ‘we need more teachers argument’. They’re right but teachers are not scalable.
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  • It took a politician to show the word’s educators how to communicate, teach, frame a problem, provide facts and detail, THEN a solution.
  • All children in school by 2015, with massive injection of funds by the private sector, public sector, religious institutions and not-for-profits, all given wings by technology, mobiles and the web. 
  • shouldn't we admit we got it wrong" and asks that we put it right
  • 'Let's march. Let's march for education and let's march for it together.”
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      Create a united front. 
  • Education is not an end in itself, it is a means to an end
  • call for action is realistic.
  • recession
  • single fund
Tricia Rodriguez

Modus rolls out 'green' modular learning environments - Manufacturing - The Southwest B... - 26 views

    • Tricia Rodriguez
       
      Interesting that a module classroom could be an individual classroom akin to a "portable" classroom. 

      Revolution the building of classrooms as well as the theory of what goes on within them.
Tricia Rodriguez

Modular Learning Ireland, Science & Technology Module University Subjects Ireland - 32 views

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      This is the future of education
  • flexible learning
  • Up-skilling/retraining
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  • professional development requirements
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      Student centered--> Meeting the student where they stand at this moment in time
Tricia Rodriguez

The Accelerated Modular Learning Project: The Evolution into Web-based Courses - 49 views

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      To consider about the students: Time, place and style of learning.
  • Information and knowledge
  • paradigm shift
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  • formal kind of learning
  • lifelong learning
  • job, learning from others, learning constantly, learning in any place, and at any time.
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      Types of learning: job, from others (group), mobile
  • how to reconfigure courses into modules
  • enhance the learning process
  • ncorporation of multimedia
  • other technologies
  • 1997-98 academic year
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      Is the goal to move up this chain or to have a wide variety of types?
  • online, multimedia presentations and interactive exercises with instructors and peers
  • synchronous and asynchronous learning,
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      This sound very similar to the CTER program at U of I.
  • attendance by students is not required
  • materials are being developed throughout the semester
  • online testing, various forms of assessment, and groupware discussions.
  • fail a module exam are required to retake the exam
  • two scores are averaged.
  • Students are able to learn at their own pace,
  • progress
  • take the lead
  • help others reinforce what they have learned.
  • enhancing/extending
  • learner-centered environment
  • pace to match individual learning needs and styles
  • Web-presence
  • support new learning environments
  • increasing on/off-campus access to the teaching-learning community
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      And here is where you can see that this was written in 1998 :)
Tricia Rodriguez

Social Media @ Work video - 2 views

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    Could this work for Censorship project?
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