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Steven D. Krause, Sept 18, 2019
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In this post Steven Krause explains the demise of Arizona State University's Global Freshman Academy MOOC and, in passing, quotes at length from his own book. Of course it was obvious the model was doomed to failure; here it is: "...

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The Affordances of Content Design

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/09/2019

Michael Feldstein, e-Literate, Sept 18, 2019
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I'm linking to this because I think people should see it. But it still strikes me as a very traditionalist approach to online learning. Perhaps that's appropriate - perhaps there isn't any way to advance beyond the Standard Model. Here's Feldstein describing how one...

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Simon Romero, Dana Goldstein, New York Times, Sept 18, 2019
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Cue the paid sceptic from a 'Washington think tank', of course, but I think that New Mexico's free college tuition initiative is a giant step in the right direction. As one supporter says...

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Canción para el futuro imperfecto

Publicado en Espanishing el 18/09/2019

Un beso y una flor – Canción para trabajar el futuro

Sorprende a tus alumnos con una canción para trabajar la conjugación del futuro imperfecto.

Si estás trabajando el tiempo verbal del futuro imperfecto (o simple) esta canción te ayudará mucho a la hora de introducir la conjugación. 

En mi nivel B1 me tocó trabajar el tiempo verbal de futuro.  Veníamos discutiendo para qué servía, como se diferenciaba de otras expresiones del futuro, etc. Llegó la hora de introducir la conjugación y me pareció una buena idea hacerlo a través de una canción.

Elegí “Un beso y una flor...

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Mike Caulfield, Hapgood, Sept 17, 2019
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You might enjoy this article for its link to the ACRL framework for information literacy or you might like it because it criticizes the...

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What’s wrongwith Gricean pragmatics

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/09/2019

Bart Geurts, Sept 17, 2019
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This article characterizes Paul Grice's theory of communication as a form of intentionalism whereby it is one person's attempt to convey their mental state to the second, and the second person's interpretation of the communication as just such an effort. But is that what we really do when we communicate? Are we trying to transfer our mental states to other people? The...

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2020 – The Year of the Hub

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/09/2019

Craig Weiss, Sept 17, 2019
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People are beginning to see distributed applications as the way of the future (even if they call it 'the hub'). "There isn’t any specific order in the Hub, because, wait for it.. they are all interconnected, so A can be D, D can lead to J and so forth.  But, as you can see they all connect to the Center Connection – the main entity." The key question is -...

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Learning Science: Mapping Learning

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/09/2019

Julian Stodd, Julian Stodd's Learning Blog, Sept 17, 2019
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Julian Stodd writes that in a programme he is developing, "we build an individual Map of Learning, with a view to understanding how our platform and personal discipline as a learning scientist can inform this. Below, I share my own map for 2019, and the expanded text...

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Herb Ulrich, Congress of the European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition, Sept 17, 2019
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This article (5 page PDF) describes and criticizes information analytics...

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Acrónimos

Publicado en Blog de Lengua el 17/09/2019

Un acrónimo es una palabra formada con fragmentos de otras palabras y que se puede leer, a su vez, como una palabra (es decir, sin necesidad de deletrear). La acronimia es un procedimiento de formación de palabras por abreviación de otras palabras. Posee una gran vitalidad en nuestros días y, por tanto, está dando lugar
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Dave Johnson, This is DaveJ, Sept 16, 2019
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There's all kinds of goodness in this post, and in the This is DaveJ website generally. This post shows how you can use Google Sheets to extract data from web pages and organize it in a spreadsheet. The secret is the =IMPORTHTML and =IMPORTXML...

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Artificial intelligence

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/09/2019

Tony Bates, Online learning and distance education resources, Sept 16, 2019
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This is another update from Tony Bates to his online textbook. This one looks at the role and potential application of artificial intelligence in learning. "There are two somewhat different goals for the general use of artificial intelligence," he...

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Josh Bersin, Sept 16, 2019
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This is an update on John Bersin's longish post addressing the idea that learning can and should happen in the flow of work. There's a sales pitch (of course; he's a consultant) but some useful observations as well: "workforce productivity platforms like...

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Reflecting on 5 Years of BRCK

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/09/2019

Erik Hersman, BRCK Blog, Sept 16, 2019
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Just by coincidence Alan Levine dug up a question I've been thinking about this week, leading me to pose a question, which in turn led Grant Potter to point me toward BRCK, a company and hardware platform offering distributed web access to people who can't afford it. The way they...

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Fabio Bergamin, Futurity, Sept 16, 2019
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So here's a question: is this experience real? It's "a leg prosthesis with the residual nerves in the user’s thigh allows above-the-knee amputees to feel their prosthetic foot and knee in real time." So wearers 'feel' their artificial leg touching the ground. This is only the...

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