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Flattening the online education curve

Publicado en OLDaily el 07/04/2020

Clint Lalonde, Ed Tech Factotum, Apr 07, 2020
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Here's where I am in complete agreement with Clint Lalonde: "I hope that one of the measures institutions will seriously consider is shoring up the people who support faculty and students. Increasing the people capacity in their teaching and learning centres, faculty development...

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We give names to things around us almost all the time in a way that is totally random. The word cat, for instance, has no clue in itself that can help us guess what it refers to. But what if we took the task of naming things in such a way that you could guess … Continue reading "27 Times People Hilariously Renamed Things And Made Them Sound Way Better." Leer más
We give names to things around us almost all the time in a way that is totally random. The word cat, for instance, has no clue in itself that can help us guess what it refers to. But what if we took the task of naming things in such a way that you could guess … Continue reading "27 Things That We Should Rename to Sound Better And More Accurate." Leer más
Cynthia Janet Tanis, Research in Learning Technology, Apr 07, 2020
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The point of departure for this article is Chickering and Gamson's (1987) Seven Principles For Good Practice in Undergraduate Education. The author revisits these principles, draws out some...

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Daily-Ink by David Truss

Publicado en OLDaily el 07/04/2020

David Truss, Daily-Ink by David Truss, Apr 07, 2020
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David Truss offers some good advice. "Now more than ever, we are going to see issues of behaviour in online learning spaces that are inappropriate? Why? Because we have students and educators who are new to these spaces who are learning as they go. It is important to talk...

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Alan Levine, CogDogBlog, Apr 07, 2020
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In 1980 I had a cat named Chance - pictured here with her kittens - also named after the gardener from Being There. I don't know what it is about that movie (aside from predating the much inferior Forrest Gump by a few decades) about being in the right place at the right time that...

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I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of homophones before. They’re those words that are pronounced the same way but have different meanings and spellings, and this is why they confuse a lot of people. But homophones can be fun sometimes and because of them, we have jokes like this: What happens when a frog’s car breaks down? … Continue reading "54 Clever Illustrations of Words That Sound The Same But Have Different Meanings." Leer más

What Is Online Learning?

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/04/2020

Stephen Downes, Apr 06, 2020
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I argue that if instead of doubling down on institutional e-learning we drew on the many lessons the wider internet has offered us over the years, we would be in a much better position to respond to the immediate needs of the crisis. Some responses to this discussion: Dean Shareski, Learning Hasn't...

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Kara Newhouse, Mind/Shift, Apr 06, 2020
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No doubt educators are being flooded with advice on how to teach online in a crisis. I'm trying not to add to this deluge, but also to highlight tose articles that are genuinely worthwhile (at least in my own opinion). This is one. Kara Newhouse draws on the expertise of...

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Accessibility Suffers During Pandemic

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/04/2020

Greta Anderson, Inside Higher Ed, Apr 06, 2020
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What's unfortunate about this result is that we've had decades to adopt an accessible-first approach to online learning and appear to have failed. In the U.S., the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990. It's remarkable. Thirty years later, "although some...

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We’re the kind of people that are easily attracted to spelling mistakes. That’s because we spend so much time learning how to avoid them. And when we see others make them, we can’t help but feel sorry for them. Most spelling mistakes are tolerable, because, let’s face it, language is tricky and not everyone is … Continue reading "40 People Who Used Incorrect But Similar-Sounding Words And The Results Are Hilarious." Leer más
No parent would wish to give their kids a bizarre-sounding name. Your kids deserve the best thing this world could offer, and attaching the wrong name to someone could lead to a life-long embarrassment. We’ve all seen names such as Weiner, Monet, or the popular-yet-confusing Dick. But the following names are unusually sounding in their … Continue reading "28 Embarrassing Names That Will Make You Wonder What Their Parents Were Thinking." Leer más
Lawrie Phipps, lawrie : converged, Apr 06, 2020
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This is some much-needed pushback against the widespread purchase and deployment of online proctoring systems. "Do we need proctoring? I like Ken Bauer Favel’s response: 'I prefer and suggest...

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Best of EVO 2020

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/04/2020

Vance Stevens, Learning2gether, Apr 06, 2020
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One of the problems with live events is that they take time. Sure you can speed up the video a bit, but you're still committed to a discrete block of time, and when the event is a two day online conference, it's going to take at least a day. In the physical world we account for...

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Hola! Ya hace más de dos años que publiqué la segunda edición del libro digital Aprende expresiones españolas callejeando por Madrid. En este tiempo he encontrado y publicado, en el blog y en las redes sociales, muchas más, así que hoy publico la tercera edición del libro, donde también he puesto, al final, algunas infografías con más expresiones organizadas en torno a temas o palabras. Las

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