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27 octubre, 2012

MITx and the classroom of tomorrow: A vision for the future of edX and MIT « Online Learning Update

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Memorias – UT&V:: Universidad Tecnologías y Vanguardías

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Learning with ‘e’s: Theories for the digital age: The digital natives discourse

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Learning with ‘e’s: Theories for the digital age: The digital natives discourse

Is learning in the 21st Century significantly different to learning in previous years? One of the more controversial theories of the digital age is the claim that technology is changing (or rewiring) our brains (Greenfield, 2009) whilst some also claim that prolonged use of the Web is detrimental to human intellectual development (Carr, 2010). It could be argued that these theories stem back to the seminal claim of Marshall McLuhan (1964) that ‘we shape our tools and thereafter, our tools shape us.’ This belief was also the basis for the in Digital Natives and Immigrants theory (Prensky, 2001), a persistent discourse that has greatly influenced the thinking of educators in recent years. A significant body of work has arisen around the Digital Natives and Immigrants theory, including descriptions of younger students as ‘the Net Generation’ (Tapscott, 1998), ‘Screenagers’ (Rushkoff, 1996), ‘Born Digital’ (Palfrey and Gasser, 2008), ‘Millennials’ (Oblinger, 2003), and ‘Homo Zappiens’ (Veen and Vrakking, 2006). The latter theory suggests that younger students learn differently, through searching rather than through absorbing, through externalising rather than through internalising information, are better at multitasking, and see no separation between playing and learning (Veen & Vrakking, 2006).

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What Are The Ingredients For Self-Directed Learning?

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What Are The Ingredients For Self-Directed Learning?

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Crea y Aprende con Laura: ACTIVIDADES PARA TRABAJAR LA #INTELIGENCIA EMOCIONAL

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Ciberactivismo. Las nuevas revoluciones de las multitudes conectadas – Los libros de la Catarata

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Las TIC y la Crisis de la Educación | Educacion, ecologia y TIC

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Top 10 tips on how to make your open access research visible online : JISC

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RT @pgsimoes: Top 10 tips on how to make your open access research visible online http://t.co/dwRbkJqV (@JISC) #elearning #edtech…

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Game Based Learning – Why Does it Work?

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This is the full text of a scroll of knowledge from the Knowledge Guru himself. He will be appearing in person at DevLearn to hand out scrolls and spread the word that game-based learning works.

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