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Being a subversive teacher educator

Publicado en OLDaily el 05/11/2021

Pete Boyd, BERA Blog, Nov 05, 2021
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I think this post adopts a very narrow meaning of 'subversive' which mostly boils down to this: opposing a "a top-down view that favours the development of ‘evidence-based’ rather than ‘research-informed’ practice." This ‘research-informed’ practice...

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Luciano Floridi, Philosophy & Technology, Nov 05, 2021
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"AI is best understood as a reservoir of agency that can be used to solve problems" which it accomplishes "by detaching the ability to perform a task successfully from any need to be intelligent in doing so," writes Luciano Floridi Viewed from this perspective...

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Lrnkey

Publicado en OLDaily el 05/11/2021

Hayk Hovhannisyan, Product Hunt, Nov 05, 2021
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When we talk about learning resources, people usually think in terms of content and multimedia. But to a learner, people are a resource as well. Lrnkey is a startup that provides access to tutors at an hourly rate. I can't vouch for...

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There is nothing exciting or amusing about a protest. People cram the streets against their will, angry most often, to express disagreememnt agaisnt a certian govenement decison or make their opinions heard about a certain issue. They protest with their voice and they put up protest signs that summarizses what the stand for. We know … Continue reading "23 Of The Funniest Protest Signs Ever."

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Med Kharbach, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, Nov 04, 2021
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I found the Newslea website very frustrating because you need to sign in to see almost everything - the only freely accessible resource was the blog, which published infrequently. It's frustrating because...

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Patricia Cheng, The Brains Blog, Nov 04, 2021
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This is a complex post (and the comment which follows even more so) but it boils down to this: what if there are some biases that humans (and by inference, AIs) have to have in order to be able to learn and know things about the world? One such is the principle of ...

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James Wiley, Encoura, Nov 04, 2021
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It's a bit of work to get to the main point of this post, which is this: "Learning Analytics Solutions are struggling to gain traction in the market; only 9% of the (full stack ecosystem) schools use this type of technology, while (online-focused) schools... have avoided implementing these...

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Tom Jones, Poynter, Nov 03, 2021
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I don't need to convince OLDaily readers of the utility of the newsletter format, though I am concerned that the newfound popularity of the format might have long-lasting harmful effects on email. At any rate, this article focuses on the popularity of email newsletters, wrapping the...

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Jussi Valtonen, The New Experimental Philosophy Blog, Nov 03, 2021
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'Dualism' is the view that the mind and body are separate, dual, entities. A few years back, not long after I wrote my Consciousness paper, I tried a class...

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Some Pods Will Outlast the Pandemic

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/11/2021

Michael B. Horn, Education Next, Nov 03, 2021
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This article describes the current state of 'pods', small groups of students formed from relatively affluent families assembled in order "to preserve some in-person support, community, and normalcy in an otherwise abnormal year." While the headline suggests that pods are a going...

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Emily Bamforth, EdScoop, Nov 03, 2021
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According to this article, "Textbook company Pearson reported its textbook subscription service, Pearson+, has drawn 2 million registered users since its July launch, according to an...

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Natural Deduction Systems in Logic

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/11/2021

Francis Jeffry Pelletier, Allen Hazen, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Nov 03, 2021
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Jeff Pelletier was on my PhD committee, so I'm naturally curious to see what he wrote here. As it turns out, I spent quite a bit of time on natural deduction...

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Microsoft Education Blog, Nov 02, 2021
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There has been a lot attention paid to Facebook being renamed to Meta and its corresponding focus on developing a metaverse. What is overlooked in this, I think, is the fact that Facebook is trying to catch up with other competitors. As Ethan Zuckerberg...

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Gregg Behr, Ryan Rydzewski, Connected Learning Alliance, Nov 02, 2021
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This post is marketing for Remake Learning but I liked its take on Mister Rogers and wanted to pass that part along. The idea here...

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