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The Heutagogy Hotchpotch

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/02/2021

Mirjam Neelen, Paul Kirschner, 3-Star Learning Experiences, Feb 17, 2021
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Mirjam Neelen and Paul Kirschner continue to frustrate me. Here's an example of their reasoning (as usual conflating 'learning' with 'content knowledge'), "Do adults really...

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Michael Geist, Feb 17, 2021
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One of the disappointing aspects of the U.S.-Canada-Mexico Trade Agreement (USMCA) was the extension of copyright terms to the life of the author plus 70 years, well beyond the international standard of 50 years. One proposal from a committee studying the implementation of the extension was to require that copyright holders be required to register for it. This, says Michael...

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Richard Garrett, Encoura, Feb 16, 2021
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I think this topic is interesting though the article could be improved. After complaining that there's no data on non-credit course statistics, he references a ...

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Whatever Happened To 1:1 Laptops?

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/02/2021

Larry Cuban, Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice, Feb 16, 2021
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I recall referencing things like the Maine one-to-one laptop program quite a bit when it was first launched. What has happened to initiatives like that? They seem less necessary now that it seems like almost everyone has their own computing device...

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Thomas Arnett, The 74, Feb 16, 2021
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According to Thomas Arnett, who quotes a survey he led, the answer is yes. "Online learning," he writes, "has become the new normal in many schools. Among teachers surveyed, 83 percent...

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Peter Langland-Hassan, The Brains Blog, Feb 16, 2021
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I'm not sure how deeply I'll be able to pore into what promised to be a fascinating exploration, but I'm sure some readers will be interested. Even the first few paragraphs of this précis are enough the roil the blood (quoting Fred Dretske, for...

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Thinking About Art and Aesthetic Value

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/02/2021

Richard Marshall, 3:16, Feb 16, 2021
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I went into this post because I wanted to think about how it presented 'value' in art. I prefer not to use economics-laden terms like 'value' and 'worth'. So I though there might be a point of criticism to be made. What attracted me is the statement that "artistic value is pluralistic,...

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Let's talk about feedback!

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/02/2021

Alexandra Mihai, The Educationalist, Feb 15, 2021
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This is a nice overview of the concept of feedback in learning, complete with a set of useful resources at the end. I think the term is being used largely as a synonym for 'assessment', especially at the beginning of the article (which describes 'formative' and 'summative'...

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Joan Clifford, David Malone, Deb Reisinger, Duke Learning Innovation, Feb 15, 2021
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Any number of institutions promote the idea of 'transformative learning' but leave...

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Sahana Chattopadhyay, Network Weaver, Feb 15, 2021
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This is the second part of a longer post on the power of communities (part one here) and the gist is that as the pandemic has made clear the failings of a world based on power,...

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Ben Williamson, Anna Hogan, Code Acts in Education, Feb 15, 2021
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The authors argue that Covid "has opened up the sector to an expanding range of education technologies, commercial companies, and private sector ambitions." Examples include the...

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Kalaksi

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/02/2021

Nuno Donato, Product Hunt, Feb 15, 2021
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This is something to keep half an eye on. "Kalaksi is a new way of social network. It adds social features on top of standard RSS feeds. Create 'planets' to act as different timelines, aggregate content from several sources, and publish it all to...

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Jessica Vitak, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Feb 12, 2021
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This is from 2012 but I want to make sure I have it in my records as a definitive account of context collapse - what the term means, how it's caused, and measures for responding to it. By 'context collapse' we mean "the flattening out of multiple...

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Anna Kramer, Protocol, Feb 12, 2021
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What I want to know is how we came to be in a world where e-books are a lot more expensive than physical books, so much so that the libraries are increasingly unable to afford them? "Librarians sometimes pay hundreds of dollars to circulate one copy of an e-book for a two-year period, a...

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Stephen Noonoo, EdSurge, Feb 12, 2021
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As Slate stated bluntly last summer, "lesson plans platforms for teachers have a racism problem." It's...

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