It’s back. Our 9th annual music competition is gearing up and we’ve got 16 songs that your students are going to love. This year we will be hosting a qualifying round in Jan/Feb of 4 songs to determine the last entry. You can get all the material for FREE in this download and then head over to the voting page.
Publicado en The Language Nerds el 16/01/2022
A term of endearment is a phrase that people use to address someone they have affectionate feelings for. You sure can address your significant other by their name, but depending on the mood or what your significant other is up to you want to make them feel special by calling them with terms that capture … Continue reading "The Cutest Endearment Terms People Call Their Significant Others From Around The World."The post The Cutest Endearment Terms People... Leer más
Publicado en The Language Nerds el 15/01/2022
Because science is all about announcing big facts and discoveries, curing serious diseases, and unraveling the eternal mysteries of the universe, we usually associate it with seriousness and boredom. We think that science and humor don’t get well together. Well, that’s not actually the case. Science is about everything, and humor is part and parcel … Continue reading "25 Science Jokes And Puns That Any Nerd Would Love."The post 25 Science Jokes And Puns That Any Nerd Would Love. first appeared on... Leer más
Publicado en Investigación docente el 15/01/2022
Publicado en The Language Nerds el 14/01/2022
Like the universe, language is in a constant state of change and evolution. That’s how old and dying languages fuse into new languages. Language evolves whether we like it or not. Also, a certain language never comes with a close-ended number of words. Throughout its life span, it gains words and features that are incredibly … Continue reading "20 Forgotten English Words That Are Very Relevant Today."The post 20 Forgotten English Words That Are Very Relevant Today. first appeared on... Leer más
Like Lindsy Ogawa, I like to see myself as a proponent of learner-centered learning. However, when we talk about 'learner-centered' we have to be very careful we are not simply substituting one person's set of interests for another's. For example, I don't see this as in any...Leer más
I like to use the concept of surveillance as a talking point on ethics. Most of what we read depicts surveillance as bad and something to be avoided, especially online. But (I respond) we wouldn't want to live without surveillance. Case in point: Signal...Leer más
This is something really simple, yet a lovely demonstration of a concept. The idea is that members of a journal club meet regularly to discuss a journal article. The site appears to have been designed for in-person meetings, though it would be effective (maybe even more so) online. It's connected to the arXiv library of papers so it's easy to recommend and select a paper...Leer más
It would be more accurate to title this video "what some research says" because I think it's premature to state that there is definitive and widespread consensus on all these points. That said, most of what Brian Mulligan advises in this video is what I do in my own videos,...Leer más
Publicado en OLDaily el 13/01/2022
By 'newsroom automation' the authors mean AI-generated news content. They say the point of automation isn't to replace journalists, but let's face it: "robot journalists sound like an editor’s dream." Education publishers are looking at the same technology and thinking the same...Leer más
I don't think this occurs to a lot of people, though I think it should. "Before an EdTech vendor dives wholeheartedly into skills capabilities tied around job roles and opportunities, first let’s focus on learning for the next decade, by changing modality away from syllabus driven to learner/student driven." The context is a wider discussion around vendors who are...Leer más
Publicado en OLDaily el 13/01/2022
Self-sovereign identity is like a digital wallet. It contains credentials issued by governments and other agencies. You hold your wallet and show your credentials only when you want to. The credentials are digitally signed and registered so they can't be forged. This is a pretty comprehensive guide, though it is not written as clearly as it could be. For example, "Personal Data is...Leer más
Publicado en OLDaily el 12/01/2022
Here's the take-home message: "AI can now predict with over 90% accuracy a student's test score, identifying their weakness and strengths with about 10 minutes of interaction." If this is true (and I have my doubts) then I have to ask why we're even giving students tests. Are we...Leer más
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