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Open Culture - 28 views

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DE LO INFORMAL A LO FORMAL con la web 2.0 « juandon. Innovación y conocimiento - 2 views

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    De lo formal a lo informal- la tradición que ya no se sostiene- y de lo informal a lo formal, la nueva forma de aprendizaje de nuestro siglo… Ser un maestro en mí mismo, y tener que manejar a la gente: marcas, programas de estudios y en adelante, en gran medida confían en las soluciones centralizadas que apenas puedo imaginar de otra manera; ser (en muchos aspectos) un estudiante en  mí mismo: no puedo ayudarme a mí mismo a partir de los límites que me atan a estructuras monolíticas, y por lo tanto, gestionar un entorno abierto donde el conocimiento personal (y el aprendizaje) viene en muchas formas; constantemente saber y conocer a otras personas como yo (profesores y / o estudiantes), es muy normal que nuestros caminos se cruzan y nuestros entornos de conocimiento se superponen y enriquecen mutuamente; todo lo que digo, es algo normal que tanto como profesional y como estudiante que es necesario evaluar y ser evaluados por todo lo que hago aquí y allá, como el aprendizaje en la sociedad de la información no conoce fronteras. Todos estos aspectos de acuerdo en el proceso educativo, aunque muchos de ellos nacen de las fuerzas opuestas, por lo que algunos certifican la muerte del entorno de aprendizaje virtual , mientras que otros consideran que sigue viva y coleando , algunos parecen estar poniendo todos los huevos en el aprendizaje personal medio ambiente y / o aprendizaje social abierto , mientras que tal vez todavía hay espacio para reconsiderar los e-portfolios . Todo esto se complica si se tiene en cuenta la evaluación o el seguimiento de la adquisición de conocimientos a lo largo de toda su vida . Yo cada vez creo que la solución a todo esto, y poner en palabras de Simon Grant , tal vez no sea una sino varias herramientas de  herramientas y una herramienta para reunir pruebas que residen en sistemas diferentes. Este es mi ir a todo el asunto y que sería de manera aproximada, naturalmente :Un Escenario de Aprendizaje Inclusivo-per
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course-builder - Course Builder - Google Project Hosting - 21 views

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    Welcome to Course Builder! Course Builder is our experimental first step in the world of online education. It packages the software and technology we used to build our Power Searching with Google online course. We hope you will use it to create your own online courses, whether they're for 10 students or 100,000 students. You might want to create anything from an entire high school or university offering to a short how-to course on your favorite topic. Course Builder contains software and instructions for presenting your course material, which can include lessons, student activities, and assessments. It also contains instructions for using other Google products to create a course community and to evaluate the effectiveness of your course. To use Course Builder, you should have some technical skills at the level of a web master. In particular, you should have some familiarity with HTML and JavaScript. If you have technical issues or feature requests, please report them in our Issues Tracker.
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10 Excellent Free Social Studies Resources for Teachers and Students - 15 views

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    "10 EXCELLENT FREE SOCIAL STUDIES RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS Social studies resources, teacher websites Med kharbach Internet is indeed an inestimable resource and a treasure trove of all kinds of learning and teaching materials for both teachers and students but unless we know how to dig and find such resources we would never be able to tap into its real potential.Unfortunately the abundance of resources online makes it way harder , especially for busy teachers, to sift through and find the best websites that work for them. You actually need to live in Internet if you want to do it. However , there are people who are very passionate about finding those hard-to find resources and share them with teachers and educators and I am one of them."
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50 Great Ways Schools Can Use G+ Hangouts - OnlineDegrees.org - 8 views

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    aat its core, Google+ Hangouts is simply a souped-up version of video chat. But when it comes to education, it's so much more than that. It becomes a vehicle for learning, sharing, collaboration, and ideas. Whether you're an educator discussing learning practices, or a first-grade classroom speaking with an astronaut, Hangouts have seemingly endless possibilities. These are our 50 favorite ways for schools to use Google Plus Hangouts. How do you plan to use this cool tool?
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information fluency home - 10 views

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50 Interesting Ways To Use Skype In Your Classroom | Edudemic - 19 views

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    I'm a so-so fan of Skype. I've used it on an infrequent basis and have had more than a few dropped calls. Audio and video alike. However, it's a cheap way to make long distance calls and seems to work better over wi-fi and the video quality is improving on a regular basis. So therefore it's probably a great tool for the classroom. But how can you use Skype to do more than just make calls? Well, there's a pantload of interesting ways! Check out these fun ideas: Collaborate! Meet with other classrooms: One of the most common projects educators utilize Skype for is setting up exchanges with classrooms around the world, usually for cultural exchange purposes or working together on a common assignment. The program's official site provides some great opportunities to meet up with like-minded teachers and students sharing the same goals. Practice a foreign language: Connect with individual learners or classrooms hailing from a different native tongue can use a Skype collaboration to sharpen grammar and pronunciation skills through conversation. Peace One Day: Far beyond classroom collaborations, the Peace One Day initiative teamed up with Skype itself and educators across the globe to teach kids about the importance of ending violence, war, and other social ills. Around the World with 80 Schools: This challenge asks participating schools to hook up with 80 worldwide and report back what all they've learned about other cultures and languages. Talk about the weather: One popular Skype project sees participants from different regions make note of the weather patterns for a specified period of time, with students comparing and contrasting the results. Collaborative poetry: In this assignment, connected classrooms pen poetic pieces together and share them via video conferencing. Practice interviews: The education system frequently receives criticism for its failure to prepare students for the real world, but using Skype to help them run through mock-up
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LingleOnline English Lesson Plans from Real News - 11 views

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    What is LingleOnline? Create Lesson Plans, Exercises and Class Materials from today's real news. Find articles you or your students like using keywords, level and grammar search. LingleOnline will take care of the analysis for you. See vocabulary and grammar automatically in context. Create and manage your own lessons, articles, resources and exercises automatically. Subscribe for Only €40 for 1yr
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29 iPad Resources, Tutorials, and Guides Every Teacher Should Know about - 0 views

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    iPad is gaining momentum in the educational sphere and might , in the near future, be integrated as a leading learning method. iPad is part of the gesture-based technology that is widely embraced by teens and which has pushed some school districts especially here in Canada and also in the States to start using the BYOD approach, for the costs of iPad and their apps is still relatively high.
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Transcribe: An Awesome Chrome App for Transcribing Audio - 24 views

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    " your left/right keys to browse storiesNext story Previous story Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Google+ Channels Apps Daily Dose Design & Dev Entrepreneur Gadgets Insider LifeHacks Media Shareables Social Media Editions Africa Asia Australia Canada Europe India Latin America Middle East UK Companies Apple Facebook Google Microsoft Twitter Languages France Nederland Polska Portugal Romania Russia Transcribe: An awesome audio-transcription Web app for Chrome 4TH AUGUST 2012 by PAUL SAWERS If you ever have a need to transfer an audio recording into text format, you'll likely love this little Chrome Web app. Aimed at journalists, students or anyone with a need to convert interviews and such like to the written from, Transcribe does exactly as it says on the tin. And it's so incredibly simple to use. You can either access the app through the Chrome Web Store, or simply go straight to the webpage (http://transcribe.wreally.com/), bookmark it and add it to your toolbar for easy access. Transcribe is geared towards Google Chrome because because the Web app requires the HTML5 functionality. It's also worth noting that Transcribe works entirely offline - which allayed my initial fears that this tool would be heavily restricted by a dependence on connectivity."
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Seminario. Aprendizaje basado en proyectos - 7 views

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    Cómo puedo utilizar el Podcast y las herramientas con audio e imágenes para promover el aprendizaje de la lengua meta?  ACTIVIDADES DEL CUARTO DÍA  Martes 24 de abril de 2007  En esta sesión vamos a ver los siguientes temas: Tema 1. Herramientas con audio y con audio e imágenes Actividad 1.1 Consultar ligas de Slidestory y Podomatic Actividad 1.2 Presentación con Slidestory Actividad 1.3 Grabación con Podomatic Actividad 1.4 Colocar liga de la actividad en el Blog Actividad 1.5 Visitar actividades de compañeros y dejar comentario en el Blog Tema 1.  Herramientas con audio y con audio e imágenes  ¿Cómo puedo utilizar las herramientas con audio y con audio e imágenes para promover el aprendizaje de contenidos curriculares? Objetivo: Los participantes serán capaces de: Identificar las actividades idóneas utilizando herramientas de audio y de audio e imágenes. Identificar las características que debe tener un producto de calidad utilizando podcast o slidestory. Diseñar una actividad de manera individual o en parejas utilizando Slidestory.com o Podomatic.com Seleccionar y redactar una propuesta de trabajo para sus alumnos en la que, mediante slidestory, o un podcast elaboren un producto que dé cuenta de su conocimiento sobre un tema asignado. Introducción  La socialización de la información ha sido posible gracias al desarrollo de herramientas digitales beta que permiten al usuario compartir con cualquier usuario de Internet sus ideas mediante el uso de imágenes, audio y video. Para su adecuado funcionamiento, estos medios requieren del uso de banda ancha. Afortunadamente, cada vez es más común este tipo de conectividad. Las aplicaciones de estas herramientas en el contexto educativo invitan al docente a poner en juego su destreza y creatividad.  En esta sesión trabajarás con una de las dos herramientas, slidestory o podcast. Actividad 1.1. Consulta las siguientes ligas para que explores algunos eje
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