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Claudia Moreno

LibroTACCLES.pdf (Objeto application/pdf) - 2 views

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    Presenta alguna información relevante que puede ser de utilidad para aquellos que, como yo, estamos iniciando este camino de la educación virtual.
aidaalvarez

El futuro del aprendizaje en línea: Diez años después - 46 views

  • El desarrollo de nueva tecnología sigue teniendo impacto en el aprendizaje. Sin embargo, a pesar de que la nueva tecnología permite
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    Estee es mi primer favorito en Diigo
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    ESTE ARTÍCULO ME PARECE MUY INTERESANTE YA QUE EL USO DE LAS NUEVAS TECNOLOGIAS NOS HAN PERMITIDO ACTUALIZARNOS DIA A DÍA LO QUE ES BENEFICIARIO PARA NOSOTROS Y PARA NUESTROS ESTUDIANTES, YA QUE ESTAS NOS PERMITEN INTERCAMBIAR CONOCIMIENTOS ENTRE LAS DOS PARTES. LO UNICO QUE SIEMPRE DEBEMOS TENER EN CUENTA BUSCAR LA MANERA DE CANALIZAR A LOS ESTUDIANTES SOBRE EL BUEN USO DE LAS TIC´S .
Jean Michel Chaupart

Elearning y los 7 pecados capitales - 5 views

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    Nada nuevo ya que fue publicado en 2004 pero una re-lectura refresca ideas sobre aprendizaje y conocimiento...sobre cursos presenciales y cursos online. Documento bastante extenso pero vale la pena invertirle el tiempo: su autor - Javier Martinez - nos vuelve a abrir los ojos sobre situaciones sobre las cuales creemos saberlo todo.
Sergio Rueda

http://www.ateneonline.net/cognicion/files/marcelataguaforosvirtuales.pdf - 6 views

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    Tener ideas claras usando estrategias de comunicación como el foro, permite por adelantado conocer que la pausa y el buen juicio pueden aplicarse en los foros. Esta dinámica puede aumentar y mejorar la calidad el aprendizaje.
ana karen zenteno

Tech & Revolution in Education - Ending Cycle of Failure - Ehrmann - 10 views

  • Every five or ten years, when a major new computer chip, visual medium or telecommunications channel comes along, the trumpet is sounded: The revolution is about to happen
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  • But the revolution doesn't happen.  By the time another major new technology appears a few years later the earlier predictions have been forgotten or shrugged off.  If anyone wonders what went wrong, they are told that the old technology was obviously too slow or primitive.  This cycle of failure has been repeated many times: mainframe computers, personal computers, videodiscs, graphical user interfaces, HyperCard, E-mail, CD-ROMs, Gopher, the Web.
  • Moore's Law also has created waves of improvement in the processes on which education most relies: how people can get and use information and how they can communicate with one another
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  • No matter what a department has been doing with computing, every few years the status quo (again) can begin to look inadequate
  • Six Barriers to Revolution
  • A Small Window of Opportunity
  • Zigzag
  • Chip-based technologies come and go quickly, thanks to Moore's Law.
  • If that revolution in goals is going to happen, it needs to start fast or, long before the pedagogical revolution matures, the technology it depends upon may already have disappeared.  That sounds bad. The reality can be worse.
  • At first, not many people have the new technology
  • At first, the new technology is not as good for instruction as the old technology still is
  • Moore's Babel
  • Moore's Law also makes it harder for technology support staff and technology users to speak the same language.  If Moore's Law didn't exist, and technology remained the same for decades, the problem wouldn't be as serious
  • thanks to Moore's Law, users are periodically find themselves beginners all over again.
  • The Interactive Courseware Mirage
  • Since the days of the mainframe computer, most predictions of revolution have been based squarely on hopes for a particular type of interactive curricular courseware.
  • The problem begins with the fact that interactive courseware remains expensive to develop and update.  With each new generation of technological change we hear promises that, at last, courseware of this type will become much cheaper to create. That promise is based on the false premise that slow computers were to blame for the last generation of failures.  The real problem is the human expense, however. Designing and debugging branching educational pathways, for example, takes thousands of hours of highly trained, expensive human time. 
  • the more revolutionary the courseware's implications for transforming the instructional program, the more cautious potential users become: making a change in their teaching this big could lead to unforeseen problems so why not wait until someone else has done it first.
  • Moore's Amnesia
  • f these failures keep occurring, why has no one noticed?  The first reason is "Moore's Amnesia:" each time computers become cheaper and more usable, they attract droves of new users who weren't around for the last cycle of error.  They don't realize that they're about to make the same mistakes as their predecessors.  Because of the influx of new funders, advocates and users (and the departure of those who were too badly burned the last time around), the field loses most of its memory of all the previous generations of disappointment.
  • Rapture of the technology
  • We are so mesmerized by the newness of the hardware or software that we are blinded to factors important to the successful use of that technology.  It's easy to understand the rapture.  Moore's Law guarantees that we will periodically be confronted with fresh, mysterious instructional tools and media that are dramatically more powerful than their predecessors.  The vendors of the newest technology reinforce our love affair by advertising and other forms of hype.
  • Unfortunately, rapture of the technology often dictates that all available funds are spent to get the best computers and the fastest connectivity.  That's self-defeating because the technology by itself almost never causes the outcomes we seek. To create a revolution we need all the ingredients for the recipe; technology is "merely" an ingredient, like yeast for baking bread.
  • Seven Strategies for a Revolution
  • Create coalitions to make sure that your program has all the ingredients needed in your recipe for revolution
  • technology's role in any educational revolution is to enable fundamental changes in what educators and learners do. Those changes in their activities in turn can alter who learns, what they learn, how they learn, and what it costs.
  • If technology is to enable a revolution to make education more creative, or equitable, or collaborative, or multi-cultural, everyone who cares about creativity or equity or collaboration or a multi-cultural approach will need to share what they know and pull together to make sure that the revolution gets all the ingredients of its recipe, not just the computers or the connectivity.  It takes a coalition to create a revolution
  • Relate your efforts to the technology-based educational revolution that has actually (though just barely) begun internationally
  • If your push for change is linked to this one, you should be able to get and receive more help than if you are moving in some unrelated direction.
  • Build today's educational revolution on yesterday's new technology.
  • When a new generation of technology appears, it's time for investigations and experiments, not (yet) a large-scale push for to buy new hardware and software for everyone. Before making a large-scale investment in a totally new technological platform for an instructional program, questions we've so painfully learned from history should be addressed.
  • Base the educational change mainly on hardware and software capabilities that are likely to persist beyond the next generational change in technology: "worldware." 
  • Worldware is hardware or software that is used for education but that was not developed or marketed primarily for education.
  • worldware can reduce stress on the exhausted, understaffed technology support units at your institution.
  • Worldware may lack of some of the short-term value of interactive courseware but it more than makes up for it in long-term viability and ease of support.
  • Emphasize forms of instructional material that most faculty members find it quick and easy to create, adapt and share. 
  • The bigger and more complex the courseware, the rigid it is: a challenge for instructors who want to adapt it to today's students, today's events, or their own ideas about how a skill or topic might best be learned. 
  • Study what's actually going on locally so opportunities can be seized and problems avoided.
  • Our intuition often doesn't do us much good in such situations because that our insights were shaped by stable times.
  • if you want technology investments to pay off for learning, study why people do or don't use technology to make educationally important changes in what they do; don't just monitor satisfaction with the hardware and software.
  • Seek an unprecedented level of information sharing, coordination, and collaboration.
  • Today's world relies upon on rapidly changing computer technology in almost every phase of life.  That creates a breakneck pace of change for the academy.  In this new world, the old "muddling through" approach to educational improvement doesn't work well anymore.  The window of opportunity associated with each new generation of educational technology closes too quickly. Ironically the solution is not move faster.  We have already tried, "Ready, fire, aim!" and, time after time, that prescription has failed.  Instead, we need to take a moment, study thirty years of past failures, and, this time, we need to get it right.
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    Identifica de manera muy clara las problemáticas recurrentes en el discurso de revolución en educación a partir de la presencia de la tecnología, y de cómo olvidamos las 'predicciones fallidas' para seguir corriendo detrás de la siguiente ola tecnológica. Habla de seis barreras para la revolución, describiéndolas en detalle. Propone y describe luego siete estrategias que podrían hacer posible la revolución.
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    Identifica de manera muy clara las problemáticas recurrentes en el discurso de revolución en educación a partir de la presencia de la tecnología, y de cómo olvidamos las 'predicciones fallidas' para seguir corriendo detrás de la siguiente ola tecnológica. Habla de seis barreras para la revolución, describiéndolas en detalle. Propone y describe luego siete estrategias que podrían hacer posible la revolución.
leonel Rodriguez

The Ideals and Reality of Participating in a MOOC - 1 views

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    This paper explores the perspectives of some of the participants on their learning experiences in the course, in relation to the characteristics of connectivism outlined by Downes, i.e. autonomy,diversity, openness and connectedness/interactivity.
Andrea Castano

5 libros para descargar e-learning review España - 3 views

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    Comparto la fuente de estos 5 libros aunque no los he leido, vienen bien referenciados. Para la colección :)
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    "Geekonomía. Un radar para producir en el postdigitalismo" "Nativos interactivos. Los adolescentes y sus pantallas: reflexiones educativas" "Teoría y Práctica de la educación online" "Nuevas tecnologías, nuevas pedagogías: mobile learning en la educación superior" "Introducción a la Tecnología Educativa"
Andrea Castano

European Foundation for Quality in E-Learning! - 0 views

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    EFQUEL provides support, transparency, open participation and leadership for a broad range of topics. The purpose of the foundation is to involve actors in a European community of users and experts to share experiences on how eLearning can be used to strengthen individual, organisational, local and regional development, digital and learning literacy, and promote social cohesion.
Sharoon Zila C.

ULAS VIRTUALES COMO HERRAMIENTA DE APOYO EN LA EDUCACIÓN - 1 views

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    El documento expone algunos conceptos relacionados con la educación a distancia ya que servirán de base fundamental a lo largo de todo el proceso de Investigación.
Andrea Castano

E-Learning Guidelines for New Zeland - 0 views

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    Ejemplo de Guía para implementar e-learning practicas y diseño de materiales en la educación superior. Plantean una forma de guiar a traves de un cubo cde categorias de fácil acceso.
karen caceres

Revista Electrónica Teoría de la Educación Educación y Cultura en la sociedad... - 1 views

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    Revista electronica que posee escritos sobre convergencia tecnologica
Hilmer Palomares

"No hay políticas claras para el e-learning" - 0 views

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    Un análisis de la realidad del e-learning en Venezuela. Perspectivas en el campo empresarial y académico.
Sharoon Zila C.

Modelo Pedagógico Humanista Tecnológico de Servicios Académicos Virtuales - 3 views

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    En este articulo se presenta una síntesis del MODELO PEDAGÓGICO HUMANISTA TECNOLÓGICO de la Dirección Nacional de Servicios Académicos Virtuales, en el que se abordan los aspectos de enseñanza-aprendizaje, la pedagogía y la didáctica de la educación Virtual con base en las experiencias recopiladas por la DNSAV y en las teorías de enseñanza aprendizaje, del diseño Instruccional y de la psicología de la educación, que permitieron la formulación del modelo, el cual incorpora todas las fases de desarrollo de los programas de formación virtual.
Sharoon Zila C.

Guía Intel para la Implementación de eLearning Cómo integrar las TIC en la ... - 1 views

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    Ayudará a diseñar programas efectivos de eLearning que pueden transformar la educación en el país. La Guía Intel para la implementación de eLearning, Cómo integrar las TIC en la educación para el Siglo 21, incluye información clave, discusiones acerca de diversos temas importantes, ejemplos de éxito en el mundo real, y actividades prácticas para ayudarle a comenzar. Con este libro como guía, usted puede iniciar ahora a crear su propio plan para el éxito en la educación.
Sharoon Zila C.

PROPUESTA DE METODOLOGÍA PARA TRANSFORMAR PROGRAMAS PRESENCIALES EN VIRTUAL... - 2 views

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    Ampliación de cobertura:La propuesta que se plantea en este documento ha sido realizada por el Convenio de Asociación E-learning 2.0 Colombia, por solicitud del Ministerio de Educación Nacional, para establecer una metodología que le permita a las Instituciones de Educación Superior (IES) abordar proyectos de virtualización en forma exitosa. Esta propuesta metodológica busca ser un soporte de las políticas del Ministerio de Educación Nacional en cuanto a: Ampliación de Cobertura y mejoramiento de la Calidad dela educación
Aida Lorena Barreto Moreno

LOS ORÍGENES DEL TUTOR: FUNDAMENTOS FILOSÓFICOS Y EPISTEMOLÓGICOS DE LA MONIT... - 0 views

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    Articulo que describe y propone una posicion frente al rol que debe asumir el docente en la modalidad online y que ofrece postulados desde la "Paidea Griega", retomados a nuestra epoca.
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