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FEDELE participa en la II Jornada didáctica de Difusión en Italia

FEDELE en Italia
El pasado día 24 de marzo FEDELE participó en la II Jornada didáctica de Difusión para profesores de ELE en Italia, organizada por la editorial Difusión en colaboración con S. Lattes & C. Editori S.p.A., la propia federación y el Servicio Internacional de Evaluación de la Lengua Española, SIELE.
El programa de la jornada fue el siguiente:

Hack Education Weekly News

Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. All this feeds the review I write each December on the stories we are told about the future of education.

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Transcription and Accessibility—New Partnerships from Microsoft and Amazon

On the heels of one another, two tech titans recently announced higher-education partnerships that leverage transcription technology to make educational materials more accessible to a broader swath of learners.

Can a ‘Family of Bots' Reshape College Teaching?

Can college students tell the difference between a human teaching assistant and a chatbot? A Georgia Tech computer scientist has been pursuing that question for several years. And the answer has profound implications for the future of college teaching.

Why Designing for Disability Leads to Better Solutions for Everyone

In her TEDx talk, Elise Roy describes how losing her hearing when she was a child forced her to become an excellent problem solver because she was able to identify issues someone else might not have ever noticed.

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K-12 Entrepreneurship: Slow Entry, Distant Exit

In October 2007, Larry Berger, then chief executive of Wireless Generation and his colleague, David Stevenson, a Wireless Gen vice president, gave a presentation at the American Enterprise Institute conference about why entrepreneurs faced formidable obstacles in building technology for schools and districts.

Do Online Courses Really Save Money? A New Study Explores ROI for Colleges and Students

Many college leaders have looked to online course delivery as a way to reach more students at a reduced cost, in hopes of increasing access to higher education. But so far questions remain about whether high-quality online programs can be delivered for less cost than traditional classes.

Unlocking the ‘Black Box’ of College Outcomes

Consumers today have access to thousands of reviews and copious amounts of data on just about every item they purchase (even the seemingly insignificant, like a $20 HDMI cable). But when it comes to making what, for most, will be one of the largest investments in their lifetime, prospective college students have precious little information that could guide their decision-making process.

#DLNchat: How Have MOOCs Impacted Approaches to Student Learning?

Has the MOOC revolution come and gone? Or will the principles of the MOOC movement continue to influence higher ed? On Tuesday, April 10 the #DLNchat community got together to discuss and debate: How Have MOOCs Impacted Approaches to Student Learning? The conversation was guided by special guest Dhawal Shah, founder of Class Central.

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Can a For-Profit, Venture-Backed Company Keep OER Free—and Be Financially Sustainable?

From 2006 to 2016, the cost of textbooks increased by 88 percent, more than than nearly any other college student expense—including tuition and fees (63 percent) or on-campus housing (51 percent)—according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.