Aplicaciones educativas de la #Web 2.0

25 mayo, 2016

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Origen: Aplicaciones educativas de la Web 2.0 de Juan Carlos Palomino Quijorna en Prezi

#TIC,#TAC,#TEP en el #ABP del #aula

23 mayo, 2016

Crear #infografías con easel.ly

18 mayo, 2016

 

 

#Enseñar y #aprender con #TIC: más allá de las viejas #pedagogías

16 mayo, 2016

Propuestas de uso educativo de #facebook

9 mayo, 2016

How to Foster Critical Thinking Skills—Fast!

9 mayo, 2016

As busy teachers, we are looking to make our jobs more effective within a short time span. What’s our goal?

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Re-imagining Schooling: Weaving the Picture of School as an Affinity Space for Twenty-First Century Through a Multiliteracies Lens

9 mayo, 2016

Currently, evolving ways of communication, interpretation and creation of meaning are challenging the ways people view themselves and the world, altering their learning demands and needs. Closely related to this process of change is the need to re-conceptualize schooling.

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How To Use Learning Battle Cards Maps in E-Learning

9 mayo, 2016

“Apart from all theories and taxonomies behind, Instructional Design is a creative process. While designing new things you need not only knowledge about rules, frameworks, and best practices, but also sparks of inspiration which will lead you to innovative solutions. Here is how to be inspired by Learning Battle Cards maps.”

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Usos didácticos de Periscope #infografia #education #socialmedia

9 mayo, 2016

Hola: Una infografía sobre los usos didácticos de Periscope. Vía Un saludo

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Infographic: How writing affects your brain

6 mayo, 2016

Did you know writing affects your brain in a way similar to meditation?
When you write, your breathing slows and you enter a “zone,” which allows your words to flow more freely, an infographic from BestInfographics.co says.

The infographic illustrates how writing affects the brain, and shares other interesting facts, like why stories are so memorable and clichés are not. Here are a few takeaways:…

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