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The Open/Technology in Education, Society, and Scholarship Association Journal, Jan 13, 2023
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Jon Dron argues "that the term 'environment' is a dangerously misleading metaphor for the online systems we build to support learning, that leads to poor pedagogical choices and weak digital solutions." He proposes instead "an alternative metaphor of infrastructure and services that can enable more flexible,...

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Matthew Tower, EdSurge, Jan 13, 2023
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This article limits itself to three fairly specific predictions backed by corresponding hypotheses about the edtech industry. The focus on raising capital doesn't interest me but the depiction of the industry as increasingly complex and integrated. The three hypotheses are that edtech is...

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Medium embraces Mastodon

Publicado en OLDaily el 13/01/2023

Tony Stubblebine, Medium, Jan 13, 2023
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We saw Tumblr announce support for ActivityPub late last year and today we're reading that Medium will offer Mastodon...

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Real Professional Learning in Schools

Publicado en OLDaily el 13/01/2023

Miguel Guhlin, Around the Corner, Jan 13, 2023
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The context of this post is the lack of professional development for teachers, especially with respect to educational technology (edtech). It takes some interesting turns; this is the linchpin: "The truth is, teaching is an art. What we have in schools isn't that. It's a top-...

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Matthew Bryant (Creator), FindThatMeme.com Blog, Jan 13, 2023
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I love articles like this because they describe the thought process involved to solve a design and development problem. This particular example might be beyond the capacity of most students (or it might not!) but it serves as an excellent example of how the...

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Jan 12, 2023
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Tony Hirst points to this announcement from Google announcing support for MathML in Chrome after a ten-year wait. "One of those things with edu side effects that ripple, and Chrome lock-in side effects. Greeks bearing gifts etc.," Hirst warns. I'm sure...

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Theoreti.ca, Jan 12, 2023
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Geoffrey Rockwell links to an article in Wired (may be behind a paywall; I can't tell any more with these adaptive paywalls). "The article talks about digital twin technology designed to create an avatar of a particular person that could serve as a family companion." Despite what the article suggests, we won't get good avatars of our grandparents, though. There's just not...

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Alisa Siegel, CBC, Jan 12, 2023
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I never knew about the school train program in Northern Ontario. "They were known as school cars and schools on wheels. Trains that brought the classroom to children in the most isolated communities of Northern Ontario... The trains spelled new learning for the children, but they also brought...

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Taking the Load Off a Learner’s Mind: Instructional Design for Complex Learning. Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer, Paul A. Kirschner, and Liesbeth Kester

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Ten Facts About ChatGPT

Publicado en OLDaily el 11/01/2023

Jan 11, 2023
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This is quite a nice summary from Contact North of what we've learned about chatGPT over the last month or so. The 'ten facts' in the article are, from my perspective, undeniably facts, which means we don't have the hyperbole of claims that chatGPT will replace everything or that it shouldn't be used for anything. Some of the items describe what the program does, some of them describe some of the reaction to it, and one - arguably the most speculative - describes...

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Caitlin Cassidy, The Guardian, Jan 11, 2023
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It's hard to disagree with the assessment that Australian universities are "flying blind" when we read reports that said they were...

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Benj Edwards, Ars Technica, Jan 11, 2023
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"Koko let 4,000 people get therapeutic help from GPT-3 without telling them first." People will blame this on GPT-3 but the real culprit is some organization that thought it was OK to experiment on humans without a proper ethical review. It gets worse the deep you get: "a Koko bot...

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What Are The Kids Up To?

Publicado en OLDaily el 11/01/2023

Tim Stahmer, Assorted Stuff, Jan 11, 2023
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Tim Stahmer points to "two interesting stories about some in the 'younger generations' who are pulling back on their use of high tech in favor of older ways of doing thing." The stories are in the New York Times and therefore behind a paywall. Just as well. I can't imagine these...

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