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Radical Solutions and Open Science

Publicado en OLDaily el 19/05/2020

Daniel Burgos, Springer, May 19, 2020
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A better title for this book would perhaps have been 'Open Education and Open Science', and in fact, it mostly focuses on the education part. No matter: the subject of this open access book (199 page PDF...

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Philip Kerr, Adaptive Learning in ELT, May 19, 2020
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This is a very good examination of the role the World Bank plays in language learning, and by implication, in learning in general, especially in the global south. The key questions asked here are (1) what counts as success for the World Bank's education programs, and (2)...

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Audrey Watters, Hack Education, May 19, 2020
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What I like about this post is that it recounts a history of the use of technology to replace traditional schools during times of crisis and disease, thus proving that our times are not exactly "unprecedented". Unfortunately the history is entirely US-based, and essentially (to my...

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Alvaro Soler es un cantante español muy popular. Esta canción nos va ayudar a hacer una introducción a los verbos en infinitivo. Escucha la canción y arrastra las palabras en los huecos según las vas escuchando. Puedes repetir la canción cuantas veces quieras.

⚠Recuerda posicionar las palabras bien en el centro del hueco.

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The Resilience Network Manifesto

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/05/2020

Michael Feldstein, e-Literate, May 18, 2020
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Michael Feldstein is pushing hard to see the creation of a resilience network to shape the higher education institutional response to the ongoing crisis. "All of those crazy predictions of 25% or 50% of colleges going out of business are suddenly a lot more plausible," he warns....

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Bernard Bull, Etale, May 18, 2020
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While at once denying he is predicting the future Bernard Bull offers here a set of precisely state projections describing what to expect. I appreciate the precision; I find more value in a projection that says "the number of families opting for homeschooling will increase from 3% to 6%",...

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TeachOnline.ca, Contact North, May 18, 2020
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Zoom is really simple to use but really complex pbehind the scenes. It was designed for enterprise use, with the expectation that privacy setting would be managed by system administrators. But as we've all seen, it became very popular for online use by individuals, and it was not well-...

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Move to Online Learning: 12 Key Ideas

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/05/2020

Dave Cormier, Dave’s Educational Blog, May 18, 2020
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This is a good common-sense set of lessons learned offered by Dave Cormier after two months helping more than 100 faculty at his institution move online and through 16 episodes of his Online Learning in a Hurry webcast. The tech, for example...

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Andrew Ng, Coursera, May 18, 2020
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This guide (17 page PDF) should more properly be called 'presenting content from home' or 'lecturing from home'. It is basically a guide to replicating classroom instruction using Zoom supported with paper...

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Matt Bower, Jodie Torrington, EDUCAUSE, May 18, 2020
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You'll notice a lot of overlap between this typology (15 page PDF) and my own...

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Alma Rimkevičė, Learn STEM Online Conference, May 18, 2020
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This is a set of slides from a presentation at the recent Learn STEM online conferemce. It describes the use of the Learn STEM pedagogical model in a...

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Ejercicios Información Personal

Publicado en Espanishing el 18/05/2020

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Words that mean two opposite things are usually referred to as contronyms, auto-antonyms, and sometimes Janus words. Some of these words are true homographs, i.e., distinct words with different etymologies which happen to have the same form, while others are a form of polysemy (the state of having different meanings), where a single word acquires different and ultimately opposite … Continue reading "23 Words That Are Their Own Opposites." Leer más

Libros sobre educación

Publicado en Eleconole el 17/05/2020

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