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4 things you may have missed

Publicado en SpanishPlans el 14/09/2022

It’s been a while since we’ve posted an update, so let’s take a look at a few new things you may have missed from us.

  1. The World Cup is taking place during the school year for the 1st time ever  (November 20 through December 18) which means that Spanish teachers are getting excited to have lessons about the event. Collaborate with fellow profes here or get a ready to use unit, “Copa Mundial 2022: Qatar World Cup
  2. Our Ice Cream Posters have been a huge hit this fall. Our...
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What’s new in 22?

Publicado en SpanishPlans el 14/09/2022

It’s been a while since we’ve posted an update, so let’s take a look at a few new things you may have missed from us.

  1. The World Cup is taking place during the school year for the 1st time ever  (November 20 through December 18) which means that Spanish teachers are getting excited to have lessons about the event. Collaborate with fellow profes here or get a ready to use unit, “Copa Mundial 2022: Qatar World Cup
  2. Our Ice Cream Posters have been a huge hit this fall. Our “...
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Brooklyn Zelenka, Philipp Kruger, Fission, Sept 14, 2022
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This short article and video introduces the WebNative File System (WNFS), an effort to enable users "to be able to search for, select, and open files within the browser itself" in order to...

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Research ethics under the spotlight

Publicado en OLDaily el 14/09/2022

James Coe, WonkHe, Sept 14, 2022
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Over the years I've created a large number of reading lists for students on various topics (it's kind of what I do every day in this newsletter). I would certainly adjust these lists over time if I felt some material was too challenging for readers. 'Challenging' can mean anything from 'too...

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Vishesh Kumar, Mike Tissenbaum, British Journal of Educational Technologhy, Sept 14, 2022
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If I had to summarize this paper in a few words, it would be: viewed as an agent, technology can help students interact by, for example, helping them ask...

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Annayah M. B. Prosser, et al., British Journal of Social Psychology, Sept 14, 2022
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This is an excellent paper raising and addressing the complexities that arise when considering open data guidelines in qualitative research. "Many researchers who...

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My issues with assessment by AI

Publicado en OLDaily el 14/09/2022

Terry Freedman, ICT & Computing in Education, Sept 14, 2022
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Terry Freedman responds to my suggestion that the future of assessment is in "systems that can 'taught to analyse and assess responses to an open-ended question'." He raises three issues: first, "the program itself doesn't know how it reached the conclusion";...

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Amanda Milkovits, Boston Globe, Sept 13, 2022
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This item has made the rounds on social media over the last few days. It describes how a group of middle school boys notices a problem with how a teacher was behaving and used their internet and data skills to document incidents and eventually saw the teacher suspended after a...

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Torrey Trust, Faculty Focus, Sept 13, 2022
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This post reports on a small study of students' use of Zoom cameras. What we should learn is that there are many reasons why they might turn the camera off or on - to each a sandwich, to yawn, to answer a question, whatever - 31 reasons in all. It also offers some advice (though of...

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Stephanie Ross, Psyche, Sept 13, 2022
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This is a good set of reflections that anyone saying 'markets are conversations' or 'learning is a conversation' should read. Though the best advice concerns things like speech acts and power dynamics, the most useful bit may be right at the start where some common conceptions about...

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MIT Technology Review, Sept 13, 2022
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This article reads like an advertorial, which would explain why it isn't behind Technology Review's usual paywall. The report it cites is behind a spamwall, though you can read a summary blog post. The main point is that "organizations like...

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The Course Hero/Lumen Deal

Publicado en OLDaily el 13/09/2022

Michael Feldstein, eLiterate, Sept 13, 2022
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Michael Feldstein offers his take on the transfer of OER courses from Lumen Learning to Course Hero. I'm not sure he adds a lot to what we know, but he does round it up into one neat package. What is notable is the fact that the announcement took many people by surprise, and that...

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George Veletsianos, Sept 13, 2022
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The argument is essentially that it's a win-win. "You (i.e. startups) can save money and time," writes George Veletsianos. "By identifying potential pain points and what education research has to say about your value proposition early on, you'd be able to develop minimum viable products that are at the very least reflective of what we know about teaching and learning...

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This map shows the most recurring word on each country’s English wikipedia page. The results are very interesting to say the least. The map was posted on Reddit and was created by Reddit user Amiantedeluxe. Please not that the map excludes linking words such as ‘the’, ‘country’, ‘government’ and demonyms. (Full resultion picture below) The USA’s most …

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