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Tony Bates, Online learning and distance education resources, Oct 23, 2020
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In an earlier post today I said "I don't think educating for 'skills' is really very different than educating for 'knowledge'." In this item Tony Bates seems to go in the opposite direction, drawing...

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Hiroshi Tasaka, World Economic Forum, Oct 23, 2020
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This article never actually lists then as six skills; we get three groups of two (something an AI will probably never do). Probably Hiroshi Tasaka is wrong on all six of these points. These are all recognition and response tasks. AI has for the most part already solved...

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Arresting Decline

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/10/2020

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, Oct 23, 2020
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Alex Usher has an interesting theory to explain the lack of interest in post-secondary education funding in Canada: "It is not so much that higher education isn’t seen as an answer to the problem of growth (though that is part of the issue).  No, the...

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Phil Barker, Sharing and learning, Oct 23, 2020
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The main news here is contained in the first sentence of the article: "IEEE are standing up a working group for Learning Metadata, to build on IEEE Std 1484.12.1 Standard for Learning Object Metadata while exploring...

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What is wrong with (higher) education?

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/10/2020

Clark Quinn, Learnlets, Oct 23, 2020
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Clark Quinn opines, "My short (and admittedly cheeky) statement about education is that they’re wrong on two things, the curriculum and pedagogy, other than that they’re fine." More specifically, he says, "Most universities aren’t doing a good job of curriculum, focusing...

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LI Jia and LV Yong, Yunnan University

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Editor’s note: There is a Chinese saying that two heads are better than one (三个臭皮匠赛过一个诸葛亮). This proverb emphasizes both collective wisdom and the value of grassroots work. At its best, teaching is both. In this mini-series, Dr LI Jia and Ms LV Yong, Yunnan University, share how teaching about linguistic diversity has changed their understanding of linguistic diversity. Specifically, they summarize the findings of 77 small research projects undertaken by their undergraduate students. These research projects provide insight into the multifaceted and dynamic language experiences of Chinese youth from Yunnan province, a highly...

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How Normal Am I?

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/10/2020

Tijmen Schep, Oct 22, 2020
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This is an exceptionally effective demonstration of some of the things websites can do to draw conclusions about you. How Normal Am I? is an art project/tech demo website by Tijmen Schep that I...

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Reid Blackman, Harvard Business Review, Oct 22, 2020
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This isn't a bad article, though of course an ethical approach is going to take much more than can be outlined in a simple article. Reid Blackman argues against three common approaches: the academic approach, which isn't business-focused; the on-the-ground approach,...

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Josh Bersin, Oct 22, 2020
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This post is an introduction to a short report (6 page PDF) on a company called Avature, which provides recruiting and onboarding technology for large companies. It reads a lot loke marketing content, so take it with a grain of salt....

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Laura Fay, The 74, Oct 22, 2020
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A common problem with privatized public services is the need for stringent oversight. Private companies are dedicated to making a profit, which means that the public interest might take second place. We see that problem evident in the world of non-degree certifications. "There’s really...

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Notification literacy?

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/10/2020

Doug Belshaw, Literacies, Oct 22, 2020
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Like Doug Belshaw, I take a really hard line on notifications - I accept them for text messages and Strava, but that's it. Why? Well as Doug Belshaw says, our "‘social norms’ have been shot to pieces by companies employing machine learning to growth hack the human brain." In...

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Ton Zylstra, Interdependent Thoughts, Oct 21, 2020
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Ton Zylstra defines, Ethics as a Practice (EaaP) as part of "a call to see yourself as an ethics practitioner, and a member of a community of practice of such practitioners, not as someone ethics ‘is done to’. So you can always...

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Benjamin Lee, et.al., arXiv, Oct 21, 2020
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I've seen this item (11 page PDF) through a few sources now. The idea of 'data visceralization' is to take existing data and to represent it...

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In search of a quick input-based activity that you can use either in a remote or in-person setting? Have students draw the scenes of a story.

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CRADLE conference 2020

Publicado en OLDaily el 21/10/2020

Selena Chan, learning elearning, Oct 21, 2020
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Selena Chan has been posting summaries of presentations at the Centre for assessment and digital learning (CRADLE) conference at Australia...

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