Learning should be visible, writes John Spencer. "When students process information visually and make their thinking visible, they improve in their metacognition and the learning tends to stick." So this post addresses how to make virtual learning visible (instead of the ubiquitous head-and-shoulders shot). he recommends such strategies as using Harvard Zero’s...Leer más
Vamos hacer una canción para practicar el subjuntivo en un contexto de futuro
Escucha la canción y completa los verbos. Puedes repetirla las veces que necesites, más abajo tienes una ayuda. ¡A cantar!... Leer más
Publicado en Jramonele.com el 07/01/2021
This is a W3C editors draft for comment. Its purpose is to "raise awareness of the ethical responsibilities of both providers and users of spatial data on the web." This is especially important,...Leer más
Here's the headline: "We’ve trained a neural network called DALL·E that creates images from text captions for a wide range of concepts expressible in natural language." Oh, but do look at the article; it is chock-full of examples of images created for different types of phrases and expressions. "It has a diverse set of capabilities, including creating anthropomorphized...Leer más
Here's Ben Werdmuller on the recent trend toward decentralized networks: "One might propose a decentralized alternative to Facebook that has all of Facebook's features, for example, and assume that people will flock to it because it's not owned by a corporation. You care about privacy and ownership, after all - if others don't, surely it's just a matter of educating them...Leer más
Publicado en OLDaily el 06/01/2021
There's an interesting transition in this article, from its hoimage to Paulo Friere, who said " ‘there is no such thing as a neutral education process" and advocated learning that helps us to "discover how to participate in the transformation of their world", to Herbert Simon,...Leer más
I won't try summarizing these, except to say that it's another one of those articles that highlights short predictions by 25 different people (most of which are vacuous, but some of which contain a nugget of insight). There's a lot of overlap and repeats from the selection I...Leer más
Publicado en OLDaily el 05/01/2021
I don't think the new normal or the next normal is arriving just yet, but we can see ahead to think that it might be coming in a few months. This is McKinsey's take on what that looks like. You'll need patience with this page - there's a lot of scrolling for bits of text (or you can use the Tranquility Reader Firefox extension, like I did). Anyhow, McKinsey expects a consumer...Leer más
I think it's pretty certain that post-Covid classrooms will employ a lot more technology than they used to. Even if nothing else changes, digital content is set to become mainstream. But what about all technology? It won't be equally welcomed. Here, for example, is a call to...Leer más
Last year's predictions by everybody everywhere were wrong (heh). This year, 16 pundits offer 16 one-paragraph predictions. Most of the predictions were vacuous ("students will... face unique challenges", "the most successful tools in 2021... will be the ones that deliver real...Leer más
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