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DOCENTES EMERGENTES PARA PEDAGOGÍAS EMERGENTES

En este primer post del año 2018, deseo homenajear la 

figura de unos profesionales 

de la educación a los que, con vuestro permiso, 

(os) voy a denominar 

«docentes emergentes» (1)

Sois ese profesorado que, poco a poco, estáis poblando las aulas en todos los niveles educativos con el empuje y la energía que os da el saber que Otra Educación es Posible... y, con la urgencia que marca la

5 Dimensions Of Critical Digital Literacy: A Framework

5 Dimensions Of Critical Digital Literacy: A Framework by TeachThought Staff Digital Literacy is increasingly important in an age where many students read as much on screens as they do from books. In fact, the very definition of many of these terms is changing as the overlap across media forms increases. Interactive eBooks can function […]

10 Resources For A Student-Centered 1:1 Program

10 Resources For A Student-Centered 1:1 Program In Your School contributed by Christi Wilson For school districts striving to move from a teacher-centered learning environment to a learner-centered approach, a 1:1 technology program may just be the answer.

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Can a Test Ever Be Fair? How Today's Standardized Tests Get Made.

After politics and religion, few issues are as contentious as standardized tests. Opinions run the gamut. To some, standardized testing overwhelms our schools and helps eradicate differences between students.

Thinkful Raises $9.6M to Grow In-Person Hubs for Its Online Coding Bootcamp

Darrell Silver is a unlikely critic of coding bootcamps, the 9- to 12-week intensive courses in computer science and programming skills. “Bootcamps as an entity aren’t working,” he tells EdSurge.His stance isn’t uncommon. In 2017, two of the earliest and most established coding bootcamps, Dev Bootcamp and The Iron Yard, shut down, leaving advocates of the model with questions and critics with fuel for their case.

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Videos and Google Earth File for Learning About Glaciers

SciShow Kids recently published a new video that explains to children how glaciers are formed and how they change over time. SciShow Kids is intended for early elementary school grades and this video about glaciers not an exception to that pattern.

Introducing Students & Parents to the @ISTE Standards for Students

The ISTE Standards for Students names practices in which many innovative educators are already engaged. It gives a standard language for educators to speak to each other about their work. It also provides language and justification for doing this work when speaking with administrators. When implementing standards with students, it is also important to introduce them and their parents to the

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How Do You Introduce Parents to Your Learning Model? Send Them to Bootcamp.

It’s tough to describe most implementations of personalized learning—especially to students and parents—in a way that conveys how it works on a day-to-day basis. Instead of focusing on the details, we tend to hover around the philosophies and ideologies that build the skeleton of our environment.