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“En abril libros mil”: Ideas para celebrar el Día del libro en clase

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Edmodo, plataforma educativa y red social

Edmodo es una plataforma educativa y red social que podrás utilizar con tus alumnos para compartir con ellos un espacio en la red. Descubre aquí algunas de sus posibilidades y atrévete a probarlo.

http://secundariaenchina.blog.com/2014/04/13/en-red-con-tus-alumnos-edmodo/

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La Semana Santa en los barrios de la ciudad de México

Aquí tienes un video que habla de las celebraciones de Semana Santa en distintos lugares de la ciudad de México.

¿Qué actividades se realizan en los barrios de la ciudad durante estos días?

En la delegación de Iztapalapa, se desarrolla una importante representación de la Pasión de Cristo.

Te dejo aquí el enlace a la página que habla sobre su organización e historia:

Semana Santa en Iztapalapa

El ritual de la felicidad

Mira estas recomendaciones para ser feliz:

Podemos intentar hacer sugerencias basadas en las anteriores, pero empezando nuestra frase con las palabras: no, nunca y jamás.

Aquí tienes algunos ejemplos:

Nunca dejes de sonreír.
No te agobies por cosas sin importancia.
No trabajes en algo aburrido para ti.
No consumas productos dañinos para la salud.
No dediques todo tu tiempo al trabajo o al

New STEM Offerings from ST Math and LEGO

BRIGHT, SHINY, AND NEW: ST Math has unveiled several new programs for middle/high students at NCTM in New Orleans, including a full suite for 6th graders. Fresh offerings also focus on remediation and intervention strategies, including a high-school intervention program with built-in diagnostics. In

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Turn On, Tune In, Make Radio at SWALLT 2014

This afternoon, Barbara Sawhill and I are running a workshop at this year’s SWALLT conference, hosted by our awesome colleague Michael Samojlik at UCLA’s Center for Digital Humanities. Because we never do anything the expected way, this is not a presentation in the standard sense.

Creating Radio in the Language Classroom

This entry is part 44 of 44 in the series Teaching Transparently

Readers of LLU know that I am a huge fan of Radio Ambulante. As I was listening to Radio Ambulante episodes last summer, I was reminded about the importance of listening…listening closely… in a second language.

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Ah no

Hace unos días me fui a ver de nuevo el Jardín del Capricho, un lugar precioso y lleno de historia que no debes perderte si vienes a Madrid. Pues bien, cerca del Jardín hay un muro que rodea varios edificios oficiales y que está lleno de odiosos graffitis egocéntricos (los llamo así porque solo son firmas horrorosas de gente con un alto ego), pero también de verdadero arte urbano como el que se

The hottest posts everyone's reading

Here’s the roundup of what's been popular on The Innovative Educator blog. Below you’ll see the top posts along with the number of page views. I hope there's something that looks of interest to you.  If it does, check it out. If you’re inspired use one of those icons below the post to share it with others and/or leave a comment.

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The Quickly Narrowing Gap Between Formal & Informal Learning

The Quickly Narrowing Gap Between Formal & Informal Learning by Terry Heick Reading recently through Edutopia’s resources on informal learning, the distinction between formal and informal learning resonated more strongly now than ever. As a...
The post The Quickly Narrowing Gap Between Formal & Informal Learning appeared first on TeachThought.

Hack Education Weekly News: Heartbleed, Data Insecurity, But Hey Lots of Money for Ed-Tech Startups Nonetheless

Oh hey! The Internet is broken! Or at least, the security of sites using OpenSSL has been broken -- for several in fact. The bug, which the NSA has (shocker!) purportedly exploited, means that encrypted transmissions -- the ones you thought were encrypted? -- are vulnerable. While the common advice is OMG CHANGE YOUR PASSWORDS, it's best to wait to make sure the sites have actually fixed their own vulnerabilities before doing so. And let's ask some hard questions dammit about why very few ed-tech vendors have issued any information about this to their users.

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