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Youtube más cerca de ser red social

Si bien Youtube es una plataforma de videos siempre ha tenido algunos elementos que se acercan al uso que les damos normalmente a las redes sociales.

En estos momentos están agregando funciones que agilizan más la interacción con los usuarios y suscriptores de este sitio. Han agregado un pestaña a la que llaman "Comunidad" que plantea la posibilidad de tener una función similar a las historias

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Virtual Classes Shouldn’t Be Cringeworthy. Here are 5 Tips for Teaching Live Online

The following is the latest installment of the Toward Better Teaching advice column. You can pose a question for a future column here.

Los sustantivos terminados en ‘-jería’ se escriben con jota

Todos los sustantivos que terminan en -jería se escriben con jota, por ejemplo: brujería, relojería, cerrajería, conserjería, mensajería y extranjería. Esta regla es fácil porque no hay excepciones. Fíjate en que digo los sustantivos. No nos confundamos con formas verbales como escogería, protegería, etc., que se escriben con ge.

Why the Littlest Learners Deserve the Most Attention—and Money

Can a pacifier accurately monitor children’s neurodevelopment, based on their sucking patterns? Can vacant parking lots be redeveloped into libraries for children in “reading deserts?” And how can an AI-enhanced robot help toddlers improve language skills?

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These Education Books Sparked Conversation in 2018—And Give Us A Glimpse At What’s Ahead

This article is part of a collection of op-eds from thought leaders, educators and entrepreneurs who reflect on the state of education technology in 2018, and share where it’s headed next year.Bernard Bull was nominated to share his thoughts by futurist Bryan Alexander, who wrote for the project in 2017.

How Playful Assessment Unseated Standardized Tests at One School

This is the second part of a two-part story looking at how one school is piloting MIT research on playful assessments to measure student growth. Read part one for background.

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What the Voice of Morgan Freeman Taught Me About Improving Classroom Engagement

Just recently, my organization put on an epic education state leadership conference in the mountains of Georgia. It had the usual general session speakers, breakouts, multi-colored name tag ribbons and vendor halls. However, we wanted to grab educators from the moment they sat down, and let them know our event was a bit different—and we were proud of it. For that, we turned to Morgan Freeman.

Is Assessment Ready to Move Beyond Standardized Tests? These MIT Researchers Think So.

This is the first part of a two-part story looking at how MIT researchers are developing playful assessments to measure student growth. Stay tuned for part two later this week. In recent years, educators have spent countless collective hours designing, experimenting with and implementing new kinds of learning experiences for students—learning experiences that are fun, engaging and formative. But assessments haven’t evolved at the same pace.

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