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28 noviembre, 2012

The top 50 books for web designers and developers

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With the holidays fast approaching, Craig Grannell quizzes the web industry’s finest about the essential books you should be giving to that special designer or developer in your life, or devouring yourself while stuffed full of mince pies…

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Utilização das TIC e do SL em contextos lúdico-educativos

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Apresentação realizada no Virtual Worlds Best Practice in Education (VWBPE) por Ams Rain, Eunice Galaxy e PaulaJ Galicia, mas posteriormente repetida com um n…

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Evernote partners with iSpeech, adds text-to-speech reading to its Clearly extension for Chrome

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Excerpted from article on The Next Web:
“Evernote on Tuesday announced an update to its Evernote Clearly extension for Google Chrome, which is design for reading articles and blog posts online sans distractions. Evernote Premium subscribers now have the ability to have text read back to them. You can download the updated version of Clearly now from the Chrome Web Store.

 

Here’s how the new addition works: open the link for the page you want to read, click on the Clearly extension, and then click the new Text-to-Speech icon. Clearly will then start reading the article aloud to you (a dozen languages supported), highlighting the text live word-by-word as its read. You can use the controls in the sidebar to pause, skip ahead, or jump to the previous sentence…”

 

Read full article here: http://thenextweb.com/apps/2012/11/27/evernote-partners-with-ispeech-adds-text-to-speech-reading-to-its-clearly-extension-for-chrome/

 

 

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Change MOOC: Sensemaking and Analytics « Connectivism

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At first glance, sensemaking and analytics seem antagonistic. Sensemaking involves social processes…whereas analytics are algorithmically-driven.

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Peru Educared By @Gsiemens

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Presented to Fundación Telefónica, Lima, Peru…

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Personalize Learning: Messy Learning: Interview with Chris Edwards

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Chris Edwards is a year 2 teacher in the UK. He decided to transform his classroom and personalise teaching and learning. He rearranged his classroom with zones based on another teacher, Kevin McLaughlin’s ideas. Then he redesigned how he teaches. 

 

We interviewed Chris to find out when, why, and how he personalised learning for his young learners. He not only shared his journey, he shared some pictures of his classroom.

 

His new blog, Messy Learning, provides some real insights to how his teaching is changing and how his young children are taking responsibility for their learning.

See on www.personalizelearning.com

Top 10 Learning Tools – 2012

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Are you familiar with the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies (C4LPT) annual “Top 100 Tools for Learning” project? Led by Jane Hart, this is a collaborative effort in which…

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Key principles in assessing students’ practice based learning – Open Research Online

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Recommended Readings on Leading Change In Education | It’s About Learning

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I have been involved in formally leading change in a wide variety of educational settings for the past 20 years and inevitably following a guest lecture, webinar or conference presentation I am asked to recommend a book or two or three on change. The following list is a response to those requests.

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