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23 julio, 2012


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http://t.co/TE3SyvgB FORO I+E I Reunión Internacion.

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Aulablog 2012 ¡Muévete! | Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la educación | Educa con TIC

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SGGC #cacoo #CmapTips @larrylugo @aliciabanuelos @robertojsanti

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Datos sobre Los Sistemas Gráficos de Gestión del Conocimiento…

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Brainboost: Planeando la sociedad del futuro via @aliciabanuelos

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Dice el físico José Ignacio Latorre que allí donde está el silencio, la ciencia encuentra un lugar para crecer. En la naturaleza no hay ruido y el que hay no molesta. Ayuda.

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– Esperando el Tsunami via @xpectro

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15 consejos para formadores By @javierdisan

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Tiempo estimado de lectura: 1 minuto Pídeles consejos a los viejos y a los jóvenes, pero sigue tu propio sentido común. Proverbio árabe. Cualquiera que sea la modalidad formativa, pueden identifica…

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Changing the Nature of Knowledge

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“The Nature of Knowing

One of the most important innovations that an educator can  embrace is not a software program or particular technological tool, but rather  a philosophy of teaching. In the 20th Century, the theory behind  learning and the very nature of knowledge has changed several times. Learning  theory has moved from Pavlovian and Skinnerian Behaviorism at the start of the 20th Century , to Cognitivism inspired by Bruner and Piaget in the 1960’s, to the Constructivist ideas of Vygotsky in the 1990’s and, most recently, to Social Constructivism (SC)   with theorist such as Lave and Wenger leading the way. Under the social  constructivist paradigm, social interaction is required for learning to take  place. This most recent change aligns nicely with online education because of  the advanced communication technology of the Internet and the prevalence of  online social networks and the collaborative meaning-making tools of Web 2.0.  These elements are central to both social constructivism and Web 2.0 and the  delivery of online education on the Internet and the use of these technologies  makes social constructivism a natural fit for virtual learning.”


Dr Justin Marquis makes a case for Social Constructivism as the learning theory for today’s digital age leveraging Web 2.0 social media to support the design of authentic learning experiences and collaborative meaning formation.

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What is learning?

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“A number of new ‘theories’ are emerging in the digital age, as people attempt to provide explanations for what is happening with learning. Some argue that learning is changing as a direct result of technology. Learners are indeed consuming, creating, organising and sharing a lot more content than they ever previously did. The exponential rise in user generated content on social media sites bears testament to this, and when these kind of activities spill over into the formal learning domain, previously well established learning theories are challenged. We now see the emergence of a number of new theories that attempt to explain learning in the 21st Century. These include heutagogy, paragogy, connectivism and rhizomatic learning. One of the characteristics of learning through digital media is the ability to crowd source content, ideas and artefacts, and to promote and participate in global discussions. That’s why I want to ask the questions: What
is learning? Does it differ from learning prior to the advent of global communications technology? Does learning now require new explanatory frameworks?”


These questions have really got me thinking…..

Read more here:http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.fr/2012/07/what-is-learning.html

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20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education

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“From understanding what digital literacy is, to developing skills and establishing ethical principles for students, our live chat panel share ideas and resources for universities…


Josie Fraser, social and educational technologist, Leicester City Council

First define what you mean by digital literacy: The definition I most frequently use is this one: digital literacy = digital tool knowledge + critical thinking + social engagement. Then it’s worth knowing its main characteristics:

•  It supports and helps develop traditional literacies
•  It’s a life-long practice
• It’s about skills, competencies and critical reflection on how these skills and competencies are applied
• It’s about social engagement”

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