Archivos diarios: 29/06/12

Technology Integrated Teaching In the Real World | Why Science

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Technology is offering interesting new educational paradigms but are we neglected real classroom needs as we race forward?

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Technology Integrated Teaching In the Real World | Why Science

See on Scoop.itE-Learning-Inclusivo (Mashup)

Technology is offering interesting new educational paradigms but are we neglected real classroom needs as we race forward?

See on www.whyscience.com

Las 10 herramientas básicas de un buen “Content Curator”

See on Scoop.itWeb 2.0 for juandoming

Desde luego que aplicaciones hay muchas y con muchas posibilidades, ya sean gratuitas o de pago, pero yo creo que con estas diez es más que suficiente para proporcionar contenidos de calidad hacía vuestros seguidores, pues son herramientas fáciles de utilizar y que realizan sus propósitos de una manera muy eficiente.

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Tres ideas para crear un aprendizaje móvil interactivo

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Para crear un aprendizaje móvil interactivo, se sugiere emplear herramientas de la Web 2.0 que favorezcan el intercambio y construcción de conocimiento entre los colaboradores.

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Learning with ‘e’s: The industrialisation of learning via @timbuckteeth

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The Best iPad Apps Of 2012 So Far

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Las mejores AppS del 2012

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Aprender sin fronteras, Ikasblogak 2012 | Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la educación | Educa con TIC

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Un vez más se ha llevado a cabo la edición anual de Ikasblogak, la sexta en esta ocasión.

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Espacio Interactivo red CLED

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Espacio virtual para la construcción del conocimiento mediante la socialización de experiencias y saberes.

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Self-Organizing Knowledge on Distributed Networks Driven by Human Interaction (Symbiotic Intelligence Project)

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The goal is to analyze and facilitate how people, in the process of accessing and using information on networks, create new knowledge without premeditation. We argue that the symbiotic combination of humans and smart networks will result in a previously unrealized capability of collective problem identification and solution. This capability is based on the pre-existing self-organizing dynamics of social evolution. This symbiotic intelligence will greatly increase the success of organizations in achieving their goals, better utilizing their resources and preparing for the future. For the human society as a whole, this new resource will improve our quality of life and vitality as a species.

 

It took me a bit to entirely digest this paragraph ^_^

 

The implications of the ideas under investigation are far reaching to the future success of organizations, society, and economics. With the increased use of the Net in our economy and society, many of the problems that have challenged traditional forms of management and organizations may now find solutions. The importance of this alternative will become more significant as the complexity of our world increases and our traditional ways of solving problems fail. The main consequence will be for management and governments to facilitate the use of collective problem solving when problems arise in systems that are not understandable

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Tecnologias Digitais… (Prefácio) | De Mattar

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