Metodolog as centradas en el alumno para el aprendizaje en red

Author: Jesús Salinas
Publisher: Editiorial Sintesis
ISBN: 9788497565936
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Los constantes avances de las tecnologías y las posibilidades brindadas por las redes –sobre todo internet– configuran nuevos escenarios, aportando mayor flexibilidad al proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Los entornos virtuales facilitan la puesta en práctica de un conjunto de metodologías didácticas centradas en el alumno, donde éste participa en las decisiones de las mismas. La perspectiva de partida en esta obra es que el profesor ejerce un papel más activo en el diseño, desarrollo, evaluación y reformulación de estrategias centradas en el alumno, por lo que su rol es, paradójicamente, más importante y complejo.

Lessons in learning e learning and training

Author: Roger C. Schank
Publisher: Pfeiffer & Co
ISBN: 9780787976668
Format: PDF, Docs
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From Roger C. Schank--one of the most highly respected thinkers, writers, and speakers in the training, learning, and e-learning community--comes a compelling book of essays that explore the myriad issues related to challenges faced by today's instructional designers and trainers. The essays offer a much-needed perspective on what trainers do, why they do it, and how they do it. Lessons in Learning, e-Learning, and Training serves as a barometer to the issues that often perplex trainers and helps to illuminate three main points: what can and cannot be taught; how people think and learn; and what technology can really effectively provide. In addition, each essay is filled with practical guidance and includes a summary of ideas, tips and techniques, things to think about, checklists, and other job aids. Praise for Lessons in Learning, e-Learning, and Training "Stories are the jewels of learning and Roger Schank is the prince of storytelling. This collection of training stories is a must read!" --Elliott Masie, founder, e-Learning CONSORTIUM "Learning has become a strategic advantage in business over the last decade, but in trying to 'optimize' that advantage we've sterilized the process. In this book, Roger reminds us that teaching and learning can be fun and effective. It's like having a long personal conversation with Roger--it's fun, interesting, and illuminating." --Tom Kelly, vice president, Cisco "Roger Schank is a genius, his ideas are insightful, and provocative. His latest book is a must read for those who want to stay at the leading edge." --Brandon Hall, lead researcher and CEO, Brandon-Hall.com

E moderating

Author: Gilly Salmon
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415335442
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Interest in online teaching, learning and training continues to grow, yet one thing remains constant: the key role of the e-moderator in ensuring the quality and success of online learning. This book – an online learning classic – is essential for anyone teaching online or developing online courses and process. Practical and accessible, E-moderatingis a user’s guide to working effectively in the virtual world, covering key areas including: the why, what and how of e-moderating; becoming a good e-moderator; the benefits to learners of e-moderating; training to become an effective e-moderator; and featuring a unique collection of resources for practitioners.

E learning Methodologies

Author: Beatrice Ghirardini
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org
ISBN: 9789251070970
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The "E-Learning Methodologies" guide will support professionals involved in the design and development of e-learning projects and products. The guide reviews the basic concepts of e-learning with a focus on adult learning, and introduces the various activities and roles involved in an e-learning project. The guide covers methodologies and tips for creating interactive content and for facilitating online learning, as well as some of the technologies used to create and deliver e-learning.

Integrated E Learning

Author: Wim Jochems
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134311478
Format: PDF
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It is widely recognized that online and e-learning is no longer an exclusive approach used only in distance education and in isolation from traditional education programmes. A real difficulty facing educators and trainers is how to integrate these new learning methods and embed them in established and existing forms of learning, teaching or training. This book forms a serious, in-depth study of the subject and proposes that e-learning is not simply a matter of 'digitizing' traditional materials, but involves a new approach, which must take into account pedagogical, technological and organizational features to form a well-designed education system. A practical focus is maintained throughout, with advice on implementation and case studies drawn from the contributors' considerable experience. Integrated E-Learning is essential reading for anyone wanting to implement, design, develop or deliver e-learning or training courses.

The Evolution of American Educational Technology

Author: Paul Saettler
Publisher: IAP
ISBN: 1607529785
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The primary purpose of this book is to trace the theoretical methodological foundations of American educational technology. It must be emphasized that this work is essentially as history of the process of educational technology rather than of products in the form of devices or media. Although media have played an important rode in educational technology, the reader should not lose sight of the central process which characterizes and underlies the true historical meaning and function of educational technology. Moreover, the assumption is made that all current theory, methodology, and practice rests upon the heritage of the past. Indeed, a common problem in the field has been the failure, in many instances, to take adequate account of past history in planning for the present or the future. A related purpose of this book is to provide a selective survey of research in educational technology as it relates to the American public schools. Such research reviews are not intended to be comprehensive, but were included because of their historical importance and their relevance in understanding the process of educational technology.

Frames of Mind

Author: Howard Gardner
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465024343
Format: PDF
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First published in 1983 and now available with a new introduction by the author, Gardner's trailblazing book revolutionized the worlds of education and psychology by positing that rather than a single type of intelligence, we have several--most of which are neglected by standard testing and educational methods.

Learning Network Services for Professional Development

Author: Rob Koper
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642009785
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A "Learning Network" is a community of people who help each other to better understand and handle certain events and concepts in work or life. As a result – and sometimes also as an aim – participating in learning networks stimulates personal development, a better understanding of concepts and events, career development, and employability. "Learning Network Services" are Web services that are designed to facilitate the creation of distributed Learning Networks and to support the participants with various functions for knowledge exchange, social interaction, assessment and competence development in an effective way. The book presents state-of-the-art insights into the field of Learning Networks and Web-based services which can facilitate all kinds of processes within these networks.

Emerging Technologies in Distance Education

Author: George Veletsianos
Publisher: Athabasca University Press
ISBN: 1897425767
Format: PDF, Docs
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A one-stop knowledge resource, Emerging Technologies in Distance Education showcases the international work of research scholars and innovative distance education practitioners who use emerging interactive technologies for teaching and learning at a distance. This widely anticipated book harnesses the dispersed knowledge of international experts who highlight pedagogical, organizational, cultural, social, and economic factors that influence the adoption and integration of emerging technologies in distance education. Whether as a result of technological advances, changing mindsets, or economic and organizational pressures, this book provides expert advice on how educators can launch effective and engaging distance education initiatives. It goes beyond the hype surrounding Web 2.0 technologies and highlights the important issues that researchers and educators need to consider to enhance educational practice. George Veletsionos is assistant professor of instructional technology at the University of Texas.

Perspectives on Activity Theory

Author: Yrjö Engeström
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521437301
Format: PDF
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Activity theory is an interdisciplinary approach to human sciences that originates in the cultural-historical psychology school, initiated by Vygotsky, Leont'ev, and Luria. It takes the object-oriented, artifact-mediated collective activity system as its unit of analysis, thus bridging the gulf between the individual subject and the societal structure. This 1999 volume includes 26 chapters on activity theory by authors from ten countries. In Part I of the book, central theoretical issues are discussed from different points of view. Some topics addressed in this part are epistemology, methodology, and the relationship between biological and cultural factors. Part II is devoted to the acquisition and development of language. This part includes a chapter that analyzes writing activity in Japanese classrooms, and a case study of literacy skills of a man with cerebral palsy. Part III contains chapters on play, learning, and education, and Part IV addresses the meaning of technology and the development of work activities. The final part covers issues of therapy and addiction.