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Imagino que la mayor parte de nosotros estamos en estos días igual: debido a la emergencia sanitaria causada por la propagación del coronavirus, desde el 11 de marzo se cancelaron las clases presenciales en la Comunidad de Madrid en todas las etapas educativas. Y a partir de ahí, he perdido la cuenta en estas dos semanas de lo todo lo que ha pasado en tan poco tiempo. Como tengo amigas en China y Hong Kong, que llevaban dando clases en línea desde finales del Año Nuevo Lunar, imaginaba que lo más probable es que al menos en Madrid esas medidas preliminares respecto a los centros educativos (cancelación durante 15...

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One of the things that make the United States special is its diverse and varied linguistic background. You might think people speak the same English you and I know, but no. The number of different accents spoken in the US and the degree of lexical variation is just fascinating. Language variation is probably one of … Continue reading "20 Maps That Show How Americans Speak English Totally Differently From One Another." Leer más
Anya Kamenetz, KQED, Mar 27, 2020
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For many of use here in Canada, it's actually the end of week 2; for Europeans it's closer to week 4, and I've lost track of how many weeks it has been in China. Still, it has been a frantic experiment in online learning, testing the technology in the worst of possible circumstances, using...

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Alby Salsa, Blackboard Blog, Mar 27, 2020

These are things I think any online educator should have known before the crisis, but hey, it's a crisis, and at least people are learning. Here are the lessons (in parentheses are my comments):

  1. Students are at-risk of dropping (turns out it doesn't just happen in MOOCs)
  2. Students always need inbound support, but especially during times of crisis (by 'inbound' they mean from student to institution
  3. Keep your students informed with proactive outreach (which is why the...
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"En estos días inciertos en que vivir es un arte" y, para muchos docentes, dar clases on line es mucho más que un arte, es todo un reto, al que se están viendo abocados sin los recursos y materiales con los que habitualmente se cuentan en la sala de profesores de los centros, he estado buceando en las entradas del blog y he rescatado 10 ideas que creemos que pueden ser de utilidad. 1.

Expresión e interacción oral

Publicado en Eleconole el 27/03/2020

Li Yuming

Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Language Resources and Research Center for Standardized Use of Chinese Language, Beijing Language and Culture University

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Editor’s note: This is a translated and shortened version of an article first published in Chinese as “战疫语言服务团的故事” in the CPPCC Newspaper on March 9, 2020. Translated by Dr Zhang Jie, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan, and Dr Li Jia, Yunnan...

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Discover2Learn

Publicado en OLDaily el 26/03/2020

Jane Hart, Helen Blunden, Discover2Learn, Mar 26, 2020
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This is a bit like the Daily Create, but with fewer contributors and a wider scope. Jane Hart and Helen Blunden are offering daily ideas of things that...

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Curriculum forum members step up

Publicado en OLDaily el 26/03/2020

Doug Peterson, doug — off the record, Mar 26, 2020
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I haven't extended the Quick Tech Guide to subject-specific and grade-specific resources because of the likelihood that bad or even harmful resources would be...

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eLife Latest: The costs of publishing

Publicado en OLDaily el 26/03/2020

Jennifer Gibson, Damian Pattinson, eLife, Mar 26, 2020
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The objective of this article is "to promote awareness among authors of the basis for the fees they and their institutions are asked to pay for open-access publishing." Also, "initiatives...

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Michael B. Horn, Christensen Institute, Mar 26, 2020
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This story is built around the idea that the system of regulating 'unexcused absences' is unnecessary because parents can determine what's best for their child. It misrepresents the original purpose of such regulations, which was to prevent parents from using children as...

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Elizabeth Redden, Inside Higher Ed, Mar 26, 2020
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Today's new word is 'Zoombombing'. This happens when an uninvited person shares their screen to an unsuspecting meeting. The content of the shared screen is typically offensive (though I suppose sharing cat photos would still count as Zoombombing). It exists because Zoom...

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Damian T. Gordon, Mar 26, 2020
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This is a longish guide (34 page PDF) on how to reconfigure student assessment for digital learning. Obviously, you can't just have them sit at their desk and take a test any more. So what do you do? Before considering these options the author spends several pages on accessible learning resources. Then the main...

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Tamara Kaup, Campus Technology, Mar 26, 2020
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If the experience in China can guide us, learning online may take some adapting, but it will work. This article contains a number of examples and lessons. For example: "I don't use the virtual classroom to deliver content, I use it to discuss content," Roberto Donà said. "...

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