Archivos diarios: 9/12/11

Free Learning and Control Learning: On the So-Called Failure of Constructivist, Discovery, Problem-Based, Experiential, and Inquiry-Based Teaching

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How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School: Expanded Edition

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This popular trade book, originally released in hardcover in the Spring of 1999, has been newly expanded to show how the theories and insights from the original book can translate into actions and practice, now making a real connection…
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E-Learning 2020

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Short film for CLT’s 2009 away-day. We were asked to imagine the state of e-learning in the year 2020… Devised by and starring Jane Secker, Steve Bond & At…
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Ken Robinson – multiple intelligences

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This is an edited version of Ken’s longer 20 minute talk. The items isolated in this talk tend to support the notion of multiple intelligences.
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UNESCO Office in Bangkok: Collection of E-Learning Tools. Recommended for learners age 3-13

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The Ed Techie: Launching Meta EdTech Journal

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The other day I was trying to find a list of Open Access journals. I found this very useful open list from George Veletsianos. While looking through the journals it occurred to me that what would be useful would be…
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Modelos de eLearning

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Tres modelos formativos de eLearning: enseñanza presencial con TIC, blended learning, elearning a distancia (Modelos de e-Learning http://t.co/Oxk1XAXS #educacion #educachat #formaTIC…)…
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Educational Origami – Digital Learning

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EduSkills | Adult Learners and Connectivism

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According to Siemens, “considering technology and meaning-making as learning activities begins to move learning into the digital age”. Inherent to this new viewpoint on learning is the idea that we can no longer personally experience everything there is to experience as we try to learn something new. We must create networks which, simply defined, are connections between entities. By using these networks – of people, of technology, of social structures, of systems, of power grids, etc. – learning communities can share their ideas with others, thereby “cross-pollinating” the learning environment (Siemens, 2005).   More on learning theories on this site.
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Centre for Research on Networked Learning and Knowledge Building: Scientific background

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Centre for Research on Networked Learning and Knowledge Building: Scientific background – University of Helsinki, Finland. Networked Learning explored. New metaphors of learning: going beyond constructivism – learning as knowledge acquisition, participation, knowledge creation, progressive inquiry; knowledge building, collaborative nature of learning and cognitive growth. A really worthwhile read!
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