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Introduction to Teaching Online

Publicado en OLDaily el 05/05/2021

Toni Marchione, Educatus, May 05, 2021
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I think I'd approach an article with this title very differently. This article looks at a set of considerations that arise during online learning "and outlines the actions an Instructor can take and the reasons to take them." The considerations include things like students, teaching,...

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Signal, May 05, 2021
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It's funny how easy it is for Facebook to moderate content when it's motivated. For example, when Signal created an Instagram advertisement that told readers exactly why the were targeted, it was swiftly banned. This article is a new release from Signal describing the incident. "Apparently," says a...

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Anil Ananthaswamy, Quanta, May 05, 2021
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This is an interesting article from a couple months ago describing work Geoffrey Hinton has been doing to try to reconcile successful methods used by artificial neural networks with how the brain actually learns. Longtime readers will be familiar with the two mechanisms discussed:...

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Melanie Bavaria, The 74, May 04, 2021
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It's an old argument: free tuition is just a drop in the bucket. We are told it actually creates conditions of greater need (a recent Chronicle article argues that it would increase the number of unsuccessful applicants to university). So, gee, why would we even bother then?...

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Christopher Null, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, May 04, 2021
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The funny thing about AI ethics (as I muse aloud after reading this article) is that so much of the focus is on the tool and the data, when so little of it has anything to do with that. Oh, sure, AI models need to be consistent and fair, and the AI team should be...

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Drew Falkman, Jay Garcia, InfoQ, May 04, 2021
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In the early days of online learning we had person-to-person email and chat (like ICQ or IRC) and that was about it. It was immediate and direct, but it was tiring and hard to keep up, so we latched...

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Naomi S. Baron, The Conversation, May 04, 2021
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Which is better, online interaction or face-to-face? Which is better, reading print or reading digital? You'd think the answer to this type of question is always "whatever you're used to" but most of the time this attractive option seems to be overlooked. And so we are treated...

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All Hands on Deck

Publicado en OLDaily el 04/05/2021

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, May 04, 2021
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Alex Usher discusses a review of the Newfoundland and Labrador post-secondary system entitled All Hands on Deck (...

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Kengo Miyazono, et.al., The Brains Blog, May 04, 2021
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This is quite a good six-part (1,...

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Hace un par de meses, un alumno mío, Colin K. Paulson (¡gracias, Colin!), me regaló esta preciosa foto que sacó en el barrio de las Letras de Madrid:Como seguramente sabes, en Madrid llevamos unos meses muy malos, con la pandemia y la situación política, y así es como entendí este mensaje: lo que vivimos en este momento no es una vida como debe ser, y nos gustaría ir a otro lugar donde haya vida

Las manualidades y el arte, en sí, constituyen recursos motivadores para desarrollar el lenguaje sin distinción de edad. Poseen posibilidades infinitas para la adquisición de la lengua de herencia como asimismo de un idioma extranjero entre los niños mediante un enfoque holístico y multisensorial. Acercar a los niños al arte desarrolla la inteligencia visual y ... Seguir leyendo...

Der Beitrag Arte para descubrir la lengua de herencia erschien zuerst auf...

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Science Doesn't Work That Way

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/05/2021

May 03, 2021
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If you followed up on the reference to Imre Lakatos from last week you'll be right at home reading this article. Here's the main point: the authority of science "derives not from unbiased scientists but from the institutions and norms that structure their work." Or, as I would say, it's defined by the way it arrives at consensus. So, writes Gregory Kaebnick, "Fighting mistrust requires more public engagement with policy, not unqualified deference to experts." Quite...

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Neil Bowers, NEILB's Blog, May 03, 2021
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This post talks about the community around the Perl programming language, but it could be talking about any of the ed tech communities that so often refer to themselves as (say) the OER community or the learning technology community. At best, as in the case of Perl...

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