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2 junio, 2012


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e-learning, conocimiento en red: “La introducción de elementos de “gamificación” en el estudio”. Entrevista a Carlos Delgado Kloos

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e-learning, conocimiento en red y web colectiva…

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Apple – Education – iPod touch and iPhone enable on-the-go learning

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Perfect for mobile learning, iPod touch and iPhone put thousands of educational apps in your pocket.

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Social systems | @Harche

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» Blog Archive Seven top tips for designing and developing accessible e-learning

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eLearning Learning By @juandoming

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University of Maryland University College (UMUC) seeks online adjunct faculty

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University of Maryland University College (UMUC) seeks online adjunct faculty to teach in many disciplines for Fall 2012 and beyond.

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Neuroscience & the Classroom – Harvards-Smithsonian

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Insights drawn from neuroscience not only provide educators with a scientific basis for understanding some of the best practices in teaching, but also offer a new lens through which to look at the problems teachers grapple with every day.

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Is Technology Affecting the Student’s Brain?-David Sousa

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A case for blended learning. «Students today are surrounded by media: cell phones, smartphones, multiple televisions, MP3 players, movies, computers, video games, iPads, e-mail, and the Internet. Eight- to 18-year-olds spend an average of seven hours per day with digital media…Sure, we can walk and chew gum at the same time because they are separate physical tasks requiring no measurable cognitive input. However, the brain cannot carry out two cognitive processes simultaneously. Our genetic predisposition for survival directs the brain to focus on just one item at a time to determine whether it poses a threat. If we were able to focus on several items at once, it would dilute our attention and seriously reduce our ability to make the threat determination quickly and accurately.»

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