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Metodolog As Centradas En El Alumno Para El Aprendizaje En Red

Author: Jesús Salinas
Publisher: Editiorial Sintesis
ISBN: 9788497565936
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Los constantes avances de las tecnologías y las posibilidades brindadas por las redes –sobre todo internet– configuran nuevos escenarios, aportando mayor flexibilidad al proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Los entornos virtuales facilitan la puesta en práctica de un conjunto de metodologías didácticas centradas en el alumno, donde éste participa en las decisiones de las mismas. La perspectiva de partida en esta obra es que el profesor ejerce un papel más activo en el diseño, desarrollo, evaluación y reformulación de estrategias centradas en el alumno, por lo que su rol es, paradójicamente, más importante y complejo.

Learning Strategies

Author: John Nisbet
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351743740
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Originally published in 1986, designed for teachers and those concerned with the education of primary and secondary school pupils, Learning Strategies presented a new approach to ‘learning to learn’. Its aim was to encourage teachers to start thinking about different approaches to harnessing the potential of young learners. It was also relevant to adult learners, and to those who teach them. Thus, although about learning, the book is also very much about teaching. Learning Strategies presents a critical view of the study skills courses offered in schools at the time, and assesses in non-technical language what contributions could be made to the learning debate by recent developments in cognitive psychology. The traditional curriculum concentrated on ‘information’ and developing skills in reading, writing, mathematics and specialist subjects, while the more general strategies of how to learn, to solve problems, and to select appropriate methods of working, were too often neglected. Learning to learn involves strategies like planning ahead, monitoring one’s performance, checking and self-testing. Strategies like these are taught in schools, but children do not learn to apply them beyond specific applications in narrowly defined tasks. The book examines the broader notion of learning strategies, and the means by which we can control and regulate our use of skills in learning. It also shows how these ideas can be translated into classroom practice. The final chapter reviews the place of learning strategies in the curriculum.

Feedback For Learning

Author: Susan Askew
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134558074
Size: 63.14 MB
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Teachers may be surrounded by feedback and involved in it every day, but the notion is poorly analysed and poorly used. Feedback for Learning provides an important collection of contributions to the highly topical theme of feedback to support learning. The book spans three major areas which affect all teachers: *young people's learning *teachers' learning *organisational learning. The authors critically examine the assumption that feedback necessarily has positive learning outcomes and describe models and practices which are more likely to result in effective learning at the individual, group and organisational level.

Internet In Education

Author: David Kent
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ISBN: 9781925555158
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In a world where there is still a digital divide, and where many second-language learners are digital natives, the internet has unquestionably come to provide significant impact on the way that we communicate, teach, learn, and live. The major pedagogical promise has come with the shift away from the static provision of information to that of dynamic information sharing and user-generated content. The internet has become much more than a source of authentic materials and supplemental resources for the teaching of English to speakers of other languages (TESOL); it now provides a means for students to engage in functional communicative experiences, write and communicate with a wider audience, and showcase their work. All kinds of topics and resources are available, but as most are unsuitable for language learning, they need to be selected wisely. Guidance needs to be effective, and those with little experience in using digital tools and websites for learning need to be kept from becoming disengaged. This is where the teacher and this book perform a critical role. In this book, the focus is on the use of various tools and techniques that help students to express themselves and to learn with technology, particularly those which rely on the internet to function, those that have been around since the dawn of the internet, and those that have evolved with the growth of the internet. Specifically covered is: world-wide-web utilization for the fostering and development of multiple literacies through socio-constructivist learning via the WebQuest model, constructing visually-based asynchronous digital conversations with VoiceThread, and developing user-generated content with blogs and wikis. The book is intended to be read in whole or in part by teachers, students, parents, and any other stakeholders who may be interested in the topics.

Lessons In Learning E Learning And Training

Author: Roger C. Schank
Publisher: Pfeiffer & Co
ISBN: 9780787976668
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From Roger C. Schank--one of the most highly respected thinkers, writers, and speakers in the training, learning, and e-learning community--comes a compelling book of essays that explore the myriad issues related to challenges faced by today's instructional designers and trainers. The essays offer a much-needed perspective on what trainers do, why they do it, and how they do it. Lessons in Learning, e-Learning, and Training serves as a barometer to the issues that often perplex trainers and helps to illuminate three main points: what can and cannot be taught; how people think and learn; and what technology can really effectively provide. In addition, each essay is filled with practical guidance and includes a summary of ideas, tips and techniques, things to think about, checklists, and other job aids. Praise for Lessons in Learning, e-Learning, and Training "Stories are the jewels of learning and Roger Schank is the prince of storytelling. This collection of training stories is a must read!" --Elliott Masie, founder, e-Learning CONSORTIUM "Learning has become a strategic advantage in business over the last decade, but in trying to 'optimize' that advantage we've sterilized the process. In this book, Roger reminds us that teaching and learning can be fun and effective. It's like having a long personal conversation with Roger--it's fun, interesting, and illuminating." --Tom Kelly, vice president, Cisco "Roger Schank is a genius, his ideas are insightful, and provocative. His latest book is a must read for those who want to stay at the leading edge." --Brandon Hall, lead researcher and CEO, Brandon-Hall.com

Instructional And Cognitive Impacts Of Web Based Education

Author: Abbey, Beverly
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781930708617
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Educators are increasingly using web sites in place of traditional content media and instructional approaches such as texts and lectures. This new teaching philosophy has led to a myriad of questions concerning instructional design principles, learners' cognitive strategies, human-Internet interaction factors and instructional characteristics of Web media that transverse political, geographic, and national boundaries. Instructional and Cognitive Impacts of Web-Based Education is a compendium of materials by noted researchers and practitioners that addresses national and international issues and implications of Web-based instruction and learning, offering suggestions and guidelines for analyzing and evaluating Web sites from cognitive and instructional design perspectives.

Technically Speaking

Author: Committee on Technological Literacy
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309082625
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Cell phones . . . airbags . . . genetically modified food . . . the Internet. These are all emblems of modern life. You might ask what we would do without them. But an even more interesting question might be what would we do if we had to actually explain how they worked? The United States is riding a whirlwind of technological change. To be sure, there have been periods, such as the late 1800s, when new inventions appeared in society at a comparable rate. But the pace of change today, and its social, economic, and other impacts, are as significant and far reaching as at any other time in history. And it seems that the faster we embrace new technologies, the less we're able to understand them. What is the long-term effect of this galloping technological revolution? In today's new world, it is nothing less than a matter of responsible citizenship to grasp the nature and implications of technology. Technically Speaking provides a blueprint for bringing us all up to speed on the role of technology in our society, including understanding such distinctions as technology versus science and technological literacy versus technical competence. It clearly and decisively explains what it means to be a technologically-literate citizen. The book goes on to explore the context of technological literacy-the social, historical, political, and educational environments. This readable overview highlights specific issues of concern: the state of technological studies in K-12 schools, the reach of the Internet into our homes and lives, and the crucial role of technology in today's economy and workforce. Three case studies of current issues-car airbags, genetically modified foods, and the California energy crisis-illustrate why ordinary citizens need to understand technology to make responsible decisions. This fascinating book from the National Academy of Engineering is enjoyable to read and filled with contemporary examples. It will be important to anyone interested in understanding how the world around them works.

The Jigsaw Classroom

Author: Elliot Aronson
Publisher: Scott Foresman & Company
ISBN:
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This book is written primarily for teachers who are looking for ways to expand their classroom repertoire in a more cooperative direction. It is aimed at demonstrating the benefits of cooperative learning and showing teachers how they can easily adopt the jigsaw method and integrate it into their usual ways of teaching.

Transforming Learning

Author: Sue Askew
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780304339907
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This study promotes a model of education which is collaborative and non-hierarchical. While traditional approaches to learning and teaching stress cognitive aspects of development and learning, this text advocates an approach which synthesizes the cognitive, affective and social dimensions of learning. Revealing personal and social learning as being involved with the whole school experience, the authors support the nature of learning within this radical model, and highlight key social values such as equality, respect and justice.