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M-learning- Levando a aprendizagem para qualquer lugar

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O M-learning ou mobile learning tem se popularizado bastante graças ao surgimento de aparelhos eletrônicos portáteis como os tablets ,Ipads  e telefones celulares mais sofisticados como os smartphones  ,permitindo aos  alunos usufruir da aprendizagem móvel ,facilitando a aprendizagem em inúmeros  contextos , beneficiando vários níveis  que vão desde a educação básica ,superior  e trazendo grandes vantagens( como a redução substancial de custos ) para a educação corporativa , (que será assunto para um outro post) promover uma aprendizagem que não está atrelada a nenhum ambiente específico e que pode ser acessada em qualquer lugar é o grande trunfo  desta modalidade que é uma subárea do e-learning .…

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Effective Design and Management for Group Projects in Online Courses

How Does Group Work Relate to Student-to-Student Engagement and Overall Success of Course Design? Dr. Melissa Kaulbach and James Bryan Smith answer this question during this episode of Ed Tech Du Jour.

Click here for a PowerPoint version of the video.

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Walk into some free CPD

At the end of this month the EduWiki Conference 2014 (Wikimedia UK ) comes to Edinburgh. I posted a couple of weeks ago about the TeachMeet we are trying to organise in the evening TeachMeet EduWiki, but there is another opportunity for some CPD.…

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Web Literacy Map 2.0

Like many education folk I follow Doug Belshaw for lots of good reasons. This week I bumped into Doug at Opening Educational Practices in Scotland Forum and launch (a lot to digest from that). Doug reminded attendees about the Survey: 5 proposals for Web Literacy Map 2.0 he is organising.…

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Web Literacy Map 2.0

Like many education folk I follow Doug Belshaw for lots of good reasons. This week I bumped into Doug at Opening Educational Practices in Scotland Forum and launch (a lot to digest from that). Doug reminded attendees about the Survey: 5 proposals for Web Literacy Map 2.0 he is organising.…

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Facebook’s Identity Authentication Is Broken

You may have read my previous posts about scammers using my personal photos to construct fake identities for the purpose of entering into online romantic relationships with women and defrauding them out of money or goods. If not, here’s the original post which outlines the problem and here is the followup.…

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DT in the Latin Classroom

Now that I’ve working more with design thinking and have learned how powerful of a mindset it can be for creativity and innovation, I’ve been trying to infuse it into my Latin classrooms. It’s not always easy to move through the entire design thinking process in a Latin course, but I believe it can be done—and done well—in at least a few ways.… Continue reading

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Glow Blogs What Just Happened, What is Next?

Last Friday at the same time as the glow authentication changed, the new glow blogs service went live. I posted about this over on Glow Connect.

It was pretty exciting stuff, the developers were really working right up to the last minute and beyond to deliver the service.…

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A Background for Studying Prepositions in Rhizo14 Auto-Ethnography

I picked up the idea to work with prepositions in the Rhizo14 auto-ethnography from the book
Conversations on Science, Culture, and Time (1995) by Michel Serres with Bruno Latour. A discussion of how this idea emerged in the conversation between Serres and Latour will clarify, I think, why the prepositions appeal to me so much.… Continue reading

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Connected Courses MOOC (#ccourses) and #oclmooc: Communities Dealing With Violations  

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A great reflection on living and learning in our online communities

Originally posted on Building Creative Bridges:

We shouldn’t be surprised when we discover that our communities—onsite as well as online—are less safe than we expect them to be.

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