Desde el CICEI y en el ambito de Internet..., Vision global del conjunto de competencias requeridas para una Sociedad y Economia en RED (eCompetencias), que deberian, por tanto, contemplarse en todo proceso de enseñanza y aprendizaje, y a diferentes escalas: personal, grupal, organizacional y social.
- Analizar como las partes de un todo interactuan entre si para producir resultados globales en sistemas complejos (punto de vista 'ecosistema')
Este artículo trata sobre cómo abordar la estrategia en tiempos de turbulencias, cuando la vieja planificación resulta ineficaz e ineficiente. En su lugar, emerge un espíritu-wiki que apuesta por la experimentación, la detección de patrones por muchas antenas conectadas en red, los espacios de creación basados en identidades flexibles pero coherentes, la intuición informada y la serendipidad. Los mapas confortables se han ido para siempre, así que necesitamos hojas de ruta en forma de trazos de hitos donde parar y repensar el siguiente puerto. Aquí tienes 10 recomendaciones sobre cómo navegar en la complejidad.
La Década de Naciones Unidas de la Educación para el Desarrollo Sostenible (2005-2014) propone integrar los principios, valores y prácticas del desarrollo sostenible en todos los aspectos de la educación y el aprendizaje. Después de cinco años, principios como la interdisciplinariedad, el trabajo en red, o el enfoque local del conocimiento, forman la base del lenguaje sobre el que se están construyendo nuevos referentes para la educación. Hoy en día, estamos en condiciones de documentar la interrelación entre los distintos problemas ambientales, sociales, económicos y humanos; así como la vinculación entre la pobreza de unos y la inviabilidad de un modelo económico expansivo y sin conciencia de los límites de otros. Estamos empezando a tener un mapa global de los problemas del mundo y a identificar sus causas. Esto nos permite afirmar la necesidad de articular pautas sostenibles en nuestra forma de habitar la Tierra.. Al decir sostenibilidad, estamos significando, pues, un nuevo paradigma cultural desde donde pensar y articular nuevas formas de vida, de relación y de comprensión de nuestro lugar en el mundo.
UNESCO: Learning our Way to Sustainability. Sustainable development is seeking to meet the needs of the present without compromising those of future generations. We have to learn our way out of current social and environmental problems and learn to live sustainably. Sustainable development is a vision of development that encompasses populations, animal and plant species, ecosystems, natural resources and that integrates concerns such as the fight against poverty, gender equality, human rights, education for all, health, human security, intercultural dialogue, etc. Education for sustainable development aims to help people to develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge to make informed decisions for the benefit of themselves and others, now and in the future, and to act upon these decisions..
Markets are about conversations (an e-Book by several authors). If you are lazy, at least read the 95 theses to get some idea.
This one nearly passed me by completely. I've just been browsing L&D 2020: Phase 1 Report: Trends, scenarios and emerging conclusions, which can be downloaded from the Training Journal site. The report was compiled by Paul Fairhurst of the Institute for Employment Studies and first released in September 2008. It attempts to predict the future for l&d ten years or so hence.
Did You Know 4.0: The mobile device. From... Did You Know? On Convergence and Technology http://www.elsua.net/2009/09/16/did-you-know-on-convergence-and-technology "The mobile device will be the world's primary connection tool to the Internet in 2020". The Teachers of 2030: Creating a Student-Centered Profession for the 21st Century. To rethink today's teaching policies by imagining the knowledge, skills and qualities teachers must have in the year 2030. New Horizons for Learning. Learning = getting the job done. DevLearn marked a significant shift in the field of corporate learning. Content and planning have become secondary to getting the job done. In today's world, that means trusting workers to learn for themselves. The natives are taking control. Learning is mobile. Curriculum is toast. Skim through the following ideas from several dozen DevLearn speakers..
9 Common Principles for 21st Century Schools. The CES Common Principles.
Una revoluccion en el mundo de la INFOrmacion. Ser clickable en el futuro. "In the Internet era, it's not enough to have good ideas or content. People also have to be able to find you." -Don Tapscott, author of Wikinomics "The impact of my online visibility has been profound. Nearly every day I hear from someone, somewhere in the world, who has a question or a comment about my online content. Because I'm clickable, I have connected with numerous information sources and voices that I never would have found otherwise. My online presence has fostered many professional opportunities." - Scott McLeod. Comprender el copyrigth digital. The future of knowledge workers, Part 1. The purpose of this research was to peer into those longer-term trends to determine how organizations will likely try to provide a compelling work environment that attracts, retains and leverages the best of the knowledge workers of the future.. The future of knowledge workers, Part 2. Corporate Culture, Not Technology, Drives Online Collaboration. what is perhaps the key element in driving online collaboration within an organization: Corporate culture. What elements of corporate culture do you see driving online collaboration and remote working in your employer and clients?. La Auto realización y la Trascendencia en la cima de la pirámide de necesidades. Google yourself. Escribir en un blog. If you begin reading a few blogs on a daily basis, you will probably find yourself addicted to the idea of writing a blog in 6-12 months. When this happens, you will have to decide about whether you want to blog anonymously or publicly. Unless you're going to blog about something that could get you fired or affect your future job prospects, why on earth go through all that work unless you are going to use it to bolster your web image?. Resumen personal clickable. Creative Commons. "Creative Commons gives voice to creativity,and allows us to share symbolic space within society, charting alternative routes to inclusion across the continents, in all languages." -- Renata Avila CC Guatemala Project Lead. ¿Que es un blog?. Ejemplos. Find some academic blog authors that write about the field. Search their blogs for the topic. If nothing else, these blogs will lead you to resources that you might not otherwise find..
10 Strategies for Integrating Learning and Work (part -1 a 5).
Superlearners (T.Arina). Competencias del superlearner que podemos identificar, desarrollar y activar: 1.Autodirección, Autonomía: Los superlearners aprenden cuando quieren, sin método, cuando ellos lo deciden, fuera de los horarios de trabajo, por sí mismos y su propia realización personal y profesional vinculada o no al puesto que actualmente ocupan. Algunos estudios hablan de que es capaz de pasar el doble de tiempo que el resto aprendiendo. 2. Aprendizaje "by doing" (aprender haciendo), compartiendo conocimiento, evitando mecanismos de control de su propio aprendizaje. En este punto, ¿no es el bloguero el personaje que más ejercita estas competencias? Otro punto a favor del bloguero como superlearner privilegiado. No de forma explícita, pero aluden al tema en el video cuando hablan de que el superlearner utiliza medios, blogs, wikis, iphones, etc en su afán de almacenar y compartir lo aprendido. No es extraño que trabajadores, profesores, se sientan frustados en sus puestos de trabajo, en los que suelen considerar que las tecnologías son limitadas, mucho más limitantes que las que usan durante su tiempo libre. 3. Motivación interna de logro: No en estos términos, pero esta sería la definición del tercer grupo de competencias que describe el autor: Al superlearner le gusta mejorar por mejorar, sin esperar demasiadas recompensas externas (diversifica en económicas, sociales o intelectuales las recompensas, no sólo en las tradicionales económicas). Es capaz, diría, de autogratificarse cuando no recibe feedback positivo por lo que aporta a la comunidad. 4.Alto grado de tolerancia a la frustración: No le importa decir tonterías o fracasar. Tolera en alto grado los feedbacks negativos hacia su trabajo y los toma como oportunidades para mejorar (ver video "Emprender"). Trabajadores que YA son 2.0 pero siguen en organizaciones 1.0.
A major theme in my writing has been our shift to a networked society and what that means in how we work and learn. I'm especially interested in the fact that working and learning are merging in many contexts. Learning (often viewed from the limited perspective of training or education) is not a separate activity, removed from work.
Responding to the Changing World of Work...Rethink Learning and Teaching.
Conferencias: # 9 de Julio de 2009 Lo online al poder # 15 de septiembre de 2009 Redes y propiedades emergentes # 14 de Octubre de 2009 Las tres "C" (Conversar,Colaborar,Contribuir) # 1 de Diciembre de 2009 La empresa reinventada # 12 de Enero de 2010 El valor de la diversidad # 9 de Febrero de 2010 Crear y emprender # 9 de Marzo de 2010 Resintonizando la educación # 13 de Abril de 2010 Prosumidores # 11 de Mayo de 2010 Empoderamiento # 8 de Junio de 2010 Tendencias X.0
Recently, senior staff at the Internet Society engaged in a scenario planning exercise to reveal plausible courses of events that could impact the health of the Internet in the future. The results of the scenario planning exercise were subsequently reviewed with the Internet Society Board of Trustees. Scenario planning methodology is used widely in business, and increasingly in other sectors, to allow organizations to anticipate possible futures in an environment of great uncertainty. Scenario planning is neither blue-sky guesswork nor statistical analysis. It is a structured process to help organizations break free from ties to "the official future" and to consider other possibilities they may confront over the longer term. The result from ISOC's own scenario planning process is four scenarios - or stories - that are intended to reveal plausible courses of events, not probable ones. Scenarios always start from a question about the future. In this case, the focal question for the exercise was: "Will the world embrace or resist the open Internet model?" with a second-level question to narrow the field: "What model will be more successful? Command and control? Or, distributed and decentralized?"
Scenario Planning Methodology.
Las 9 características psicológicas de los opositores al cambio organizacional. La reinvencion personal. Nadie debería abandonar la ilusión de llevar a la práctica aquello que realmente desea". Esta frase condensa la filosofía vital y optimista de Miquel Osset, quien decidió dejar atrás su puesto de directivo en una multinacional del sector químico para satisfacer sus múltiples intereses y emprender su propio proyecto: Editorial Proteus..
Why knowledge will lose its value. Hiroshi Tasaka is professor at the Tama University in Tokyo and also founder of SophiaBank , a global network think-tank. In his opinion, the biggest paradox of today's knowledge society is the fact that knowledge will actually lose value and wisdom management will be the really critical issue. In this video interview he explains why companies and organisations must open up to the web 2.0-triggered wisdom of the crowd, suggests to talk about "ego management" instead of human resource management and predicts the end of old-fashioned capitalism as we know it. Duration: minutes 6:52 min. Original Version: English - with subtitles Tags: Vistas: 2769
Blog personal... 'Bolonia y la reforma del sistema educativo.
Global Competency Model. Taxonomía de Bloom para la era digital. "La desglobalización ha empezado, no volveremos al viejo régimen". la palabra artesanía (craftmanship) designa "un impulso humano, duradero y básico; el deseo de realizar bien una tarea, sin más". Esto supone, explica, dedicación para aprender y para desarrollar las habilidades, para crecer como un trabajador competente, un concepto que ha brillado por su ausencia estos los últimos 20 años en los que no se invirtió en los trabajadores, sino que lo que se hacía era comprar lo más barato que había. El resultado, concluye, es que cuando llegó el colapso, "la economía real no tenía ningún tipo de resistencia para enfrentarse a la explosión financiera". Pero cuando habla de artesanos, Sennett no sólo se refiere al estereotipo del trabajador altamente cualificado de una empresa tecnológica, sino a los conocimientos adquiridos, por más simples o banales que parezcan, que forman la textura misma de la sociedad y de la economía. Uno de los efectos del sistema imperante estas últimas décadas, denuncia, ha sido "la ceguera" ante las habilidades de la gente a la que denominamos como poco cualificada, pero de cuyas capacidades somos "socialmente dependientes".. The New Way to Work - Top 5 Trends to Watch in 2010. Looking back at pivotal events that took place within the business world in 2009, it is becoming increasingly clear that there are five macro trends that will be shaping a New Way to Work in 2010 and beyond. Together, these five trends point to a New Way To Work in which creativity and innovation are more valued by employers than ever before and the traditional notion of work as merely an economic activity is being supplemented by ideas about happiness and well-being.Here are the five trends that I feel are creating The New Way To Work and what they mean to me. The European Qualifications Framework (EQF). Last updated: 02 September 2009 What is the EQF? The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is a common European reference framework which enables European countries to link their qualifications systems to one another. All countries have a qualifications system but a qualifications framework is a more systematic way of classifying qualifications, usually by a hierarchy of levels. The EQF will relate different countries' national qualifications systems and frameworks together around a common European reference. In practice, it will function as a translation device making qualifications more readable. This will help learners and workers wishing to move between countries or change jobs or move educational institutions at home. The key aim of the EQF is to contribute to creating a truly European workforce that is mobile and flexible. The EQF uses 8 reference levels based on learning outcomes (defined in terms of knowledge, skills and competences). The EQF shifts the focus from input (lengths of a learning experience, type of institution) to what a person holding a particular qualification actually knows and is able to do. Shifting the focus to learning outcomes * supports a better match between the needs of the labour market (for knowledge, skills and competences) and education and training provision * facilitates the validation of non-formal and informal learning * facilitates the transfer and use of qualifications across different countries and education and training systems. It also recognises that Europe's education systems are so diverse that comparisons based on inputs, say length of study, are impracticable. The use of learning outcomes is part of a wider shift in this direction already underway in many European education and training systems. It is important to note the following with regard to the EQF: * it does not replace existing national qualifications systems or require them to be adjusted in any way * it does not include qualifications or describe specific qualifications or an individual's competence * implementation of the EQF is a completely voluntary process * the EQF has no regulatory function * it is not the intention that individual qualifications be referenced to the EQF; it is intended that the levels of a qualifications framework will be referenced to the levels of the EQF. Strategies to Promote the Development of E-competencies in the Next Generation of Professionals: European and International Trends.
Looking back at pivotal events that took place within the business world in 2009, it is becoming increasingly clear that there are five macro trends that will be shaping a New Way to Work in 2010 and beyond: (1) Organizations will embrace Design Thinking. Organizations must go even further in their embrace of right-brain, creative thinking. Design must become more than an aesthetic -- it must become an integral part of the overall process of how companies think about products, services and customers. By extension, "design thinking" must now become part of any worker's toolkit. Right-brain thinking -- in the form of creativity, innovation and big picture contextual thinking -- is an increasingly important way for workers to demonstrate their value to their employers. Design thinking is, if anything, a stronger form of creativity and innovation that is focused around achieving specific business goals and objectives. As a result, design thinking will continue to play a key role in any organization's business strategy as it attempts to differentiate itself vis-a-vis competitors. (2) Women will play a more important role in re-defining traditional notions of work. With women now a majority in the U.S. workforce, organizations will need to reassess how well they are responding to the needs of women in the workplace. This ranges from new thinking about customized careers and flexible work arrangements to fundamentally important notions of how to encourage managerial traits such as empathy and compassion. (3) Small business owners will become the new stars of economic growth. Small business owners have often been overshadowed as the traditional media focuses on the empire builders (yes, Donald Trump, that's you) and the titans of industry rather than unheralded small business owners. Heading into 2010, though, this trend appears to be reversing. (4) "Happiness" will become a way to measure economic prosperity.In many ways, this thinking about "happiness" is part of an overall paradigm shift in the world of economics that takes us further away from the purely "rational thinking" paradigm. Behavioral economists, are helping us understand that purely rational considerations are not all that matter when it comes to making decisions. (5) Personal branding will become the buzzword of talented workers around the world. 2009 burst onto the scene with ideas about ways to use the leverage the Web for personal branding. Using everything from blogs to YouTube to Twitter, it's now possible for everyday people to create a personal brand online -- and then use it to launch new businesses based around their personal passions. Together, these five trends point to a New Way To Work in which... - creativity and innovation are more valued by employers than ever before and - the traditional notion of work as merely an economic activity is being supplemented by ideas about happiness and well-being.
What I want to do this morning is to... evoke additional ideas for yourself concerning how the world might be changing and how we might actually recast or reframe some of the classical problems of education and distance learning in quite new terms. My interest here today is in looking at the notions of learning, working and playing in the digital age and how today's kids--growing up digital--might actually be quite different from what we might first think. But, more particularly, how by stepping back and looking at the forces and trends underlying the digital world, we may have a chance to create a new kind of learning matrix, one that I will call a learning ecology. I became interested in learning ecologies because of their systemic properties. We need to view higher education from a systemic perspective, one that takes into consideration all of the components--k-12, community colleges, state and private colleges and universities, community libraries, firms, etc.--that make up a region. This, in turn, raises additional questions about how we might create a regional advantage.For example, is there a way to extend science parks, that typically surround universities, into also being learning parks and from there into being learning ecologies by combining the knowledge producing components of the region with the nearly infinite reach and access to information that the internet provides? And, if so, might this provide an additional use of the internet in learning--one besides just distance learning. But first, let's consider what the Web is and see how it might provide a new kind of information fabric in which learning, working and playing co-mingle. Following that we will then look at the notion of distributed intelligence which has a great deal to do with the social basis as well as the cognitive basis of learning, and how those fold together. Then we will look at the issue of how one might better capture and leverage naturally occurring knowledge assets, a topic as relevant to the campus as to the region or to the firm. Finally, we will come to the core topic of how all this folds together to lead to a new concept of a learning ecology.
invited as an 'expert' "to participate as an expert in a vision-building process on the future of learning aimed at assisting European policy-makers in addressing the challenges that lie ahead. Aportacion de Graham Atwell... * We will recognise people for what they do rather than what qualifications they have * Open learning through the internet will become common * Learners will be expected to take control of their own learning * Formal learning will become more episodic with people entering and leaving education at various points in their career path * Digital identities (and portfolios) will replace traditional CVs * Management of digital identities will become a crucial competence * The workplace will become a major context for learning * Mobile internet enabled devices will become the major tool for learning * Practice will become a focus for learning and will be captured through mobile devices and integrated with cloud based portfolios * Augmented reality applications will be a major tool for learning * Schooling will become a less important focus for learning as learning moves into the workplace, community and home * Higher education will return to its traditional core purpose of research * Vocational education and training become the major organisational form of learning * Systems and services will be developed to allow mutual peer group learning between groups of interested learners * Text books will be replaced by electronic multi media publications * Blogs and other internet based multi media will be recognised as legitimate publications for researchers * Multi User Virtual Environments will render physical attendance in school and university unnecessary * The financial crisis will lead to the increasing privatisation of universities * High course fees will deter many working class students from attending higher education * Open Educational Resources will become widely adopted * Virtual mobility will break down barriers between national education systems * There will be a lowering of the school leaving age as it is recognised that other contexts for learning may be more effective and more motivating than school * We will cease to rely on experts as the source of knowledge and curriculum and move towards quality based on use and endorsement through internet systems * Context specific learning materials and tasks will lead to more localised learning * Personal Learning Environments will replace institutional Virtual Learning environments * Occupational profiles will become broader incorporating elements of what are now seen as individual occupations * It will become common for people to move between occupations with learning key to supporting such moves * Traditional disciplinary boundaries will break down with learners pursuing individual learning programmes based on multi and inter disciplinary learning * Educational institutions will be reinvented as community knowledge centres serving both geographical communities and wider dispersed communities * Inter sector and inter subject networks of institutions will combine to form networks based on purpose and interest
INTERNET WORLD STATISTICS.
La Sociedad RED se apoya en un entorno caracterizado por diferentes caracteristicas como: 1.- acceso a una sobre abundancia de INFO; 2.- cambios rapidos en herramientas tecnologicas; y 3.- capacidad para colaborar y llevar a cabo contribuciones individuales sin precedentes. Asi, para ser efectivos en el S XXI, los ciudadanos y profesionales deben ser capaces de exibir un rango de habilidades de pensamiento critico y funcional relacionadas con la INFO, MEDIA y TECNOLOGIA. "The universal problem for every citizen of the new millennium is how to get access to information about the world, and how to acquire skills to articulate and to organice that information", Edgar Morin, 1999
- Acceder a INFO de manera eficiente (tiempo) y efectiva (fuentes) - Evaluar INFO de manera critica y competente
Joyce Valenza is a librarian rockstar who also happens to be the head librarian at my daughter's high school. A recent post she wrote for the School Library Journal on strategies for teaching and using social media Students aren't the only ones who need to use search engines to get their work done. Most cubicle dwellers these days need to sharpen their search skills and Joyce has some good advice and resources. Check out her Categorized Search Toolkit: with links to tons of search engines and videos on running searches
Social media has created an explosion of information online. People are writing on blogs, tweeting, bookmarking, sharing, commenting, etc. You no doubt want to tap into this wealth of information and learn what people are saying about you, your business, your competitors and the topics you're interested in. The challenge is: how to find, filter and process the information you need - the information that will help you do what you want to do. I touched on the topic of social media monitoring (also known as buzz monitoring) in my Superlist of Social Media Metrics. Here I've gathered a more comprehensive guide to a wide range of resources, websites, services and advice that will help you find, filter, and monitor the information you need more effectively.
This is likely my last post in the Tool Set series. This post likely will be quite a bit different because I'm convinced that most people have used different search tools enough that they are pretty comfortable with their current search behaviors. My intent here is to possibly expand the options for the average knowledge worker to be able to search a bit better than they do today. This is by no means comprehensive and I welcome suggestions. Other Than Google My first recommendation is not to always default to Google. Yes, I personally use Google 95%+ for searching. But I do sometimes jump to other search engines. In all honesty, my bigger switch has been to leverage Networks and Communities (i.e., people search) than to leverage other search engines. That said, it's worth consulting resources such as: * Choose the Best Search for Your Information Need - A wonderful list of different types of searches and tools that go along with that type of search.
Beyond Google - Improve Your Search Results. Clusty. What makes Clusty unique? Clusty is a whole new way to search the web. Clusty queries several top search engines, combines the results, and generates an ordered list based on comparative ranking. This "metasearch" approach helps raise the best results to the top and push search engine spam to the bottom. But what really makes Clusty unique is what happens after you search. Instead of delivering millions of search results in one long list, our search engine groups similar results together into clusters. Clusters help you see your search results by topic so you can zero in on exactly what you're looking for or discover unexpected relationships between items. When was the last time you went to the third or fourth page of the search results? Rather than scrolling through page after page, the clusters help you find results you may have missed or that were buried deep in the ranked list.. Schoolr. Schoolr is a fully-customizable search engine that can be used to search Google, Wikipedia, and other popular sites. It can also be used to translate text, convert units, and cite sources.. Hooey. Hooey is a unique tool for people who like to surf the web. It records browser history, measures productivity, and offers tips to help you better understand your browsing habits. Creative Commons Search.
Web search can be a remarkable research tool for students - and we've heard from educators that they could use some help to teach better search skills in their classroom. The following Search Education lessons were developed by Google Certified Teachers to help you do just that. The lessons are short, modular and not specific to any discipline so you can mix and match to what best fits the needs of your classroom. Additionally, all lessons come with a companion set of slides (and some with additional resources) to help you guide your in-class discussions.
Google Image Swirl organizes image search results based on their visual and semantic similarities and presents them in an intuitive exploratory interface. Try this tool to resolve an ambiguous query visually ([apple], [jaguar], [beetle]) or to explore a concept from different visual perspectives ([Eiffel Tower], [beach], [impressionism]).
- Usar INFO de manera segura y creativa respecto al tema o problema presente - Gestionar el flujo de iNFO desde una amplia variedad de fuentes - Aplicar una comprension fundamental de los aspectos etico/legales relativos al acceso y uso de INFO
It's Not Information Overload. It's Filter Failure. Diigo V3: Highlight & Share the Web! Social Bookmarking 2.0.
Reunir, Analizar y Usar INFO.... The Equipped for the Future (EFF) Framework includes a set of Common Activities, defined as those that occur in all three roles - parent/family member, worker, and citizen/community member. The following list comprises the 13 Common Activities. In each, a full description of the Common Activity is shown with examples of role specific activities and the list of skills that adults need to use to carry them out. Gather, Analyze, and Use Information Manage Resources Work Within the Big Picture Work Together Provide Leadership Guide and Support Others Seek Guidance and Support from Others Develop and Express Sense of Self Respect Others and Value Diversity Exercise Rights and Responsibilities Create and Pursue Vision and Goals Use Technology and Other Tools to Accomplish Goals Keep Pace With Change. Evaluar la calidad, pertinencia y utilidad de la INFO, recursos y servicios disponibles. Rewiew Blocking SW. Information Mapping Technologies. Visualizacion de la Informacion.
Promocion de la creatividad y el pensamiento critico en RED , y otros aspectos relacionados con la Innovacion. Enterprise 2.0, Convergence, and Innovation. The Altimeter Group takes a holistic approach to help companies to understand, experiment, and deploy emergent technologies. How must leaders change with new technologies? How have my customers changed their behavior? What are the risks of employees adopting collaboration and social tools beyond managerial control? When it comes to innovation, experimenting on customers is a bad idea, so how can people learn in a safe place? Schultz and Michalski will converse about the future of enterprise 2.0 and the convergence of work and learning.
Pensar creativamente. - Usar un amplio rango de tecnicas de creacion de Ideas (brainstorming, mindmapping, etc) - Crear nuevas y valiosas Ideas (incrementales y radicales) - Elaborar, refinar, analizar y evaluar las Ideas propias con objeto de mejorar y maximizar nuestros esfuerzos creativos. Pensar criticamente. effective critical thinking requires a combination of three things: 1. Cognitive Skills: The intellectual ability to: interpret (express and clarify significance), analyze, evaluate (assess credibility), infer (draw reasonable conclusions), explain (articulate the rationale for opinions or conclusions) and self-regulate (self-consciously assess and improve personal thinking processes). 2. Critical Spirit: A disposition to: be inquisitive, seek to be well-informed, be alert for the need to think critically, have self-confident and trust in one's rational processes, be open-minded and flexible, understand other points of view, be fair and prudent in making judgements, be honest about one's own biases, prejudices and ego, and be willing to change views when warranted. 3. Intellectual Rigour: Application of these skills and this spirit to achieve: clarity in understanding and articulating the issues, discipline in compiling and organizing relevant information, diligence in seeking missing information, rigour in setting belief criteria, focused attention to the thinking process, persistence through logical difficulties, and precision to the degree that it is possible. - Usar diferentes tipos de razonamiento (inductivo, deductivo, etc) segun la situacion. Comunicar y COLABORAR. Comunicar: - Articular pensamientos e Ideas de manera eficaz, usando habilidades de comunicacion oral, escrita y no verbal, en una variedad de formatos y contextos - Escuchar de manera efectiva para descifrar significados, incluyendo conocimiento, valores, actitudes e intenciones - Usar comunicacion para diferentes propositos (p.e. para informar, instruir, motivar y persuadir) - Utilizar multiples media y tecnologias, y saber como enjuiciar su efectividad a priori asi como evaluar su impacto - Comunicar de manera efectiva en diferentes entornos (incluyendo diferentes idiomas) Colaborar con otros: - Demostrar capacidad para trabajar de manera efectiva y respetuosa con equipos diversos - Ejercitar flexibilidad y disposicion a ayudar a conseguir los compromisos necesarios para alcanzar un objetivo comun - Asumir responsabilidad compartida para trabajo colaborativo, asi como valorar las contribuciones individuales hechas por cada miembro del equipo. Trabajar creativamente con otros. - Desarrollar, implementar y comunicar nuevas Ideas a otros, de manera efectiva - Estar abierto y dispuesto a nuevas y diversas perspectivas; incorporar realimentacion 'hacia y desde' el grupo y en el trabajo - Demostrar originalidad e inventiva ('chispa') en el trabajo, comprendiendo los limites reales que se imponen a la adopcion de nuevas Ideas - Contemplar los fallos como una oportunidad para aprender; comprender que la creatividad e innovacion es un proceso ciclico, a largo plazo, de pequeños exitos y frecuentes errores. Implementar Innovaciones. - Actuar sobre las Ideas creativas para contribuir de manera tangible y util en el ambito en el que ocurrira la innovacion. Resolver Problemas. - Disposicion proactiva de 'resolver problemas'; actitud 'do-it-yourself' - Resolver diferentes clases de problemas tanto de manera convencional como innovadora. Enjuiciar y Tomar decisiones. Decision Making: Identify goals; generate alternatives and gather information about them; weigh pros and cons; choose best alternative; plan how to carry out choice - Analizar y evaluar, de manera efectiva, evidencias, argumentos, comentarios, principios - Analizar y evaluar los principales puntos de vista alternativos - Sintetizar y establecer relaciones entre informacion y argumentos - Interpretar informacion y establecer conclusiones basadas en el mejor analisis - Reflexionar criticamente acerca de los procesos y experiencias de aprendizaje - Resolver problemas y tomar decisiones. The Power of Questions. Organize and prioritize your units of study and courses around questions. Make the "content" of the course the answers to those questions. If you could design the entire course around a question or questions, you might be surprised at what happens. Below, you will find a synthesis of research on how curriculum designed around questions creates a learning environment that lasts and encourages inquiry rather than rote learning:. Complejidad vs Innovacion: Decálogo de actitudes para navegar en la complejidad. Este artículo trata sobre cómo abordar la estrategia en tiempos de turbulencias, cuando la vieja planificación resulta ineficaz e ineficiente. En su lugar, emerge un espíritu-wiki que apuesta por la experimentación, la detección de patrones por muchas antenas conectadas en red, los espacios de creación basados en identidades flexibles pero coherentes, la intuición informada y la serendipidad. Los mapas confortables se han ido para siempre, así que necesitamos hojas de ruta en forma de trazos de hitos donde parar y repensar el siguiente puerto. Aquí tienes 10 recomendaciones sobre cómo navegar en la complejidad.. Connecting ideas with communities- Harold Jarche. I figured that if you want to foster large-scale change in an organization or even a network, then you would: 1. connect the right Mavens with the potential Innovators, 2. target the Early Adopters via the Connectors and then 3. find the Salespeople who will influence the Early Majority I also figured that the Late Majority and the Laggards were not worth the effort, time and resources.. Gestión del K Personal (PKM) vs 'Critical Thinking' and Tools. Personal knowledge management is a way to address the problem of too much information. It is based on the idea of taking responsibility for our own learning, integrating it with our daily work and sharing it with others. This presentation will cover some processes as well as suggestions... for creating a personally contextualized knowledge base, using free and available tools.. Coaching Critical Thinking To Think Creatively. Schools Kill Creativity. MindMapping. Creative Problem Solving with SCAMPER. Tecnicas de creatividad. The Do-It-Yourself Economy. The U.S. economy today is actually being hit by two tsunamis at once: The Great Recession and the Great Inflection The Great Inflection is the mass diffusion of low-cost, high-powered innovation technologies -- from hand-held computers to Web sites that offer any imaginable service -- plus cheap connectivity. They are transforming how business is done. The Great Recession you know. The "good news" is that the Great Recession is forcing companies to take advantage of the Great Inflection faster than ever, making them more innovative. The bad news is that credit markets and bank lending are still constricted, so many companies can't fully exploit their productivity gains and spin off the new jobs we desperately need. Two examples. Web tools for critical thinking. How to Ask the Right Questions. CreateDebate Tool:. Welcome to CreateDebate! CreateDebate is a social tool that democratizes the decision-making process through online debate. Join Now! * Find a debate you care about. * Read arguments and vote the best up and the worst down. * Earn points and become a thought leader! To learn more, check out the FAQ or Tour. the site is also configurable for private discussions among groups of students, so this makes a useful educational tool that could easily be launched from an LMS.. Ayudar a los estudiantes a desarrollar habilidades metacognitivas. El Pensamiento Probabilístico. "No describimos el mundo que vemos, vemos el mundo que podemos describir". René Descartes Utilizamos el pensamiento probabilístico cuando emitimos juicios o tomamos decisiones en entornos caracterizados por la incertidumbre. Este tipo de pensamiento nos permite prever y predecir hechos o comportamientos nuevos, basándonos en hechos o comportamientos conocidos. El probabilístico es un tipo de pensamiento que se caracteriza, fundamentalmente, por su carga de inferencia. Es decir, por su carácter predictivo: prevemos lo que podría pasar, basándonos en lo que sabemos que ha pasado. Es un tipo de pensamiento que utilizamos de forma habitual (aunque no siempre somos conscientes de ello) en la mayoría de decisiones que tomamos o de acciones que emprendemos, tanto en el plano personal como en el profesional.. Leer con significado. Trasmitir Ideas al escribir. Hablar haciendose entender. Escuchar activamente. Obsevar criticamente. Guía estratégica para la comunicación digital en organizaciones. Esta guía no son más que un conjunto de notas que pueden utilizarse a modo de manual para el despliegue de una estrategia de comunicación digital en una organización. Por supuesto este despliegue debería estar guiado por una reflexión previa y la identificación de unos objetivos de comunicación y relacionales que no se abordan (más que puntualmente) aquí. He construido esta guía de un modo empírico a partir de mi experiencia en diferentes proyectos que se encuentran en desarrollo y en los que he tenido la oportunidad de colaborar con diversas organizaciones (empresas, administraciones públicas, instituciones educativas). La guía no trata de definir un plan pre-establecido, pero si de identificar una serie de elementos estratégicos que deberían configurar un proceso en beta permanente en que cada paso debería ser considerado un prototipo del que aprendamos y que modifiquemos en función de los resultados obtenidos. Tampoco se trata de definir opciones tecnológicas; más bien de diseñar un modelo de comunicación que acabe por generar un proceso de cambio cultural en la organización de modo que la estrategia acabe por convertirse en parte de los valores, actitud y estilo de las personas de la propia organización. Por último, me refiero de modo estricto a comunicación y no a publicidad y márketing que requerirían en muchos casos modelos opuestos a los que aquí se proponen. Se presentan a continuación las diferentes fases y acciones que deberían desplegarse como parte de la estrategia. Se hace una breve descripción de cada una comentando las opciones más comunes y adecuadas en la mayor parte de contextos. Estas fases se organizan en 3 grandes grupos: 1) previo (antes de iniciar la actividad de comunicación); 2) fase inicial; y 3) continuo (que deben estar activas de modo continuo a lo largo de todo el proceso). En todo caso esta clasificación es solo aproximada y en ocasiones algunos procesos excederán los límites de las fases a las que se han asignado.. Using technology to improve workforce collaboration. Knowledge workers fuel innovation and growth, yet the nature of knowledge work remains poorly understood--as do the ways to improve its effectiveness. The heart of what knowledge workers do on the job is collaborate, which in the broadest terms means they interact to solve problems, serve customers, engage with partners, and nurture new ideas. Technology and workflow processes support knowledge worker success and are increasingly sources of comparative differentiation. Those able to use new technologies to reshape how they work are finding significant productivity gains. This article shares our research on how technology can improve the quality and output of knowledge workers.. Dinamizacion de Comunidades online. Los nuevos paradigmas de la comunicación. Knowledge Sharing Toolkit. Home What is your context? KS Tools KS Methods Toolkit Tags * Tag Cloud Toolkit Journal Support the Toolkit Members KS Workshops. Collaborative Learning Activities Using Social Software ToolsSubtema. The following activities were designed for use by self-paced (continuous enrolment) students working at a distance to add a social component to their learning. The activities are customized for the Me2U system (an instance of elgg.net) at Athabasca University, but should be applicable to a variety of social software tool sets and most specifically any ELGG powered system. This listing is under revision and feedback or suggestions for additional activities are most welcomed to the authors: Donna Cameron email@example.com Terry Anderson Terrya@athabascau.ca The document is copyright to Athabasca University. The work is licensed under a Creative Commons, non-commercial, attribution license that permits derivative works. Activities: *Go to Me2U (http://me2u.athabascau.ca/) and register for an account. *Log on to the Me2U web site and read 3 examples of completed profiles. *Create and save your own profile. Assessment: none Support technologies: Me2U web site Suggested time to complete: 30 minutes to one hour. McKinsey-Using technology to improve workforce collaboration. RRHH IMPROVING COLLABORATION The interactive graphic that accompanies this article provides a synthesis of our view on how organizations can improve collaboration. It draws upon our work with companies, non-profit organizations as well as our own research and that of outside sources. The graphic's multilevel approach to improving collaboration is based on the following steps: 1) classify workers by their workflow profile - the daily activities they do to perform their job 2) match new technologies to the workflows to extend collaboration efforts, improve effectiveness, and reduce inefficiencies. La Guía Completa de Google Wave. Comunicación Intrapersonal: El Conocimiento de uno Mismo. Unleashing the Creative Economic Revolution| Big Think. how creativity is revolutionizing the global economy. How Do Innovators Think?. Innovacion abierta. Creative Commons: Enabling the next level of innovation. McKinsey-Succeeding at open-source innovation. Firefox. Desarrollo del talento 'interno': intenta añadir valor y se tu mismo. El mundo empresarial nunca ha sido testigo de la cantidad de talento escondido que cada empresa ha ido teniendo durante décadas. Y es ahora, con todas herramientas sociales y su incorporación al mercado laboral, cuando muchas empresas se están dando cuenta de que es mucho más rentable "adoptarlas" que negarlas. Ventajas de la adopción de la filosofía 2.0 en la empresa?... 1.- Socializar la empresa de nuevo 2.- poder ayudar a los trabajadores del conocimiento a ser capaces de cuidar y mantener sus conexiones y relaciones (i.e. Sus redes sociales) con otros compañeros 3.- poder conseguir que por fin el mundo de la empresa dé el salto cualitativo hacia una economía del conocimiento. Innovacion en la Gestion: 25 Stretch Goals for Management. what fundamental changes will be needed in management principles, processes and practices? set of broadly shared beliefs about the importance of management, and a sense of urgency about reinventing management for a new age. These animating beliefs briefly are... First, that "management" -- the tools and methods we use to mobilize resources to productive ends -- is one of humankind's most important social technologies. Second, that the "management model" that predominates in most large organizations is now seriously out-of-date. This model has its roots in the late 19th century, and was invented to solve one overriding problem: how to get semi-skilled human beings to do the same things over and over again, with perfect replicability and ever-increasing efficiency. This was, and is, an important problem, but it is not the most important challenge for today's organizations. Third, that we must, therefore, reinvent management in ways that will make large organizations fundamentally more adaptable, more innovative and more inspiring places to work -- that will, in short, make them as human as the individuals who work within them.. The Do-It-Yourself Economy. The U.S. economy today is actually being hit by two tsunamis at once: The Great Recession and the Great Inflection The Great Inflection is the mass diffusion of low-cost, high-powered innovation technologies -- from hand-held computers to Web sites that offer any imaginable service -- plus cheap connectivity. They are transforming how business is done. The Great Recession you know. The "good news" is that the Great Recession is forcing companies to take advantage of the Great Inflection faster than ever, making them more innovative. The bad news is that credit markets and bank lending are still constricted, so many companies can't fully exploit their productivity gains and spin off the new jobs we desperately need. Two examples. A WebQuest on WebQuests. PKM as one way of describing of dealing with TMI (too much information). A sense-making routine can be regularly reading certain blogs and news feeds, capturing important ideas with social bookmarks and then putting ideas out in the open on a blog. The power of this process is realized after many iterations results in the creation of a personal knowledge base. PKM takes the notion of a personal journal and extends it significantly. In looking at how we can make sense of the growing and changing knowledge in our respective professional fields, I see two parallel processes that support each other. One is internally focused, as in "How do I learn this?" and the other is external, as in "Who can help me learn this?".. Knowledge work framework (PKM + tasks). blog.mathemagenic.com/2007/12/03.html#a1961. Sense-making with PKM. We may learn on our own but usually not by ourselves. People learn socially. In looking at how we can make sense of the growing and changing knowledge in our respective professional fields, I see two parallel processes that support each other. One is internally focused, as in "How do I learn this?" and the other is external, as in "Who can help me learn this?". We constantly go through a process of looking at bits of information and trying to make sense of them by adding to our existing knowledge or testing out new patterns in our sense-making efforts. The Web has given us more ways to connect with others in our learning but many people only see the information overload aspect of our digital society. Effective learning is the difference between surfing the waves or being drowned by them and PKM (personal knowledge management) can be your customized surfboard.. Creating your PKM processes. In Sense-making with PKM I described some personal knowledge management processes using various web tools. The overall process consists of four internal actions (Sort, Categorize, Retrieve, Make Explicit) and three externally focused ones (Connect, Contribute, Exchange). Personal knowledge management is one way of addressing the issue of TMI (too much information). A sense-making routine can be regularly reading certain blogs and news feeds, capturing important ideas with social bookmarks and then putting ideas out in the open on a blog. The power of this process is realized after many iterations when you have created a personally contextualized knowledge base. PKM takes the notion of a personal journal and extends it significantly. In Web Tools for Critical Thinking I expanded on Dave Pollard's critical thinking process, showing how web tools can be used to develop critical thinking skills. Critical thinking is an important aspect of PKM. How to Recall an Entire Book in 5 Minutes or Less. What is Mind Mapping? (and How to Get Started Immediately). A mind map is a graphical way to represent ideas and concepts. It is a visual thinking tool that helps structuring information, helping you to better analyze, comprehend, synthesize, recall and generate new ideas. Just as in every great idea, its power lies in its simplicity. In a mind map, as opposed to traditional note taking or a linear text, information is structured in a way that resembles much more closely how your brain actually works. Since it is an activity that is both analytical and artistic, it engages your brain in a much, much richer way, helping in all its cognitive functions. And, best of all, it is fun!. Software. Subtema. Mycoted Brainwriting Page. The Mycoted wiki is an amazing online resource of creativity techniques (make sure to check their index page). The Brainwriting page has several interesting variations of the technique. Highly recommended.. Brainstorming Tools. Brainwriting is Brainstorming on Steroids. Escribir un articulo para una publicacion online. Mantener un blog sobre.... Escribir un Tutorial. Diseñar una presentacion de 5 minutos para explicar un concepto. Twitter. Chat room. ¿Cual ha sido el punto mas significativo?. Observar el trabajo de otros (blogs, MindMaps, videos,...). Asignar proyectos individuales pero compartir los de modo que aprendan unos de otros. Dolors Reig-1ª parteTools. Dolors Reig-2ª parte Tools. Go to Me2U. Activities: *Go to Me2U (http://me2u.athabascau.ca/) and register for an account. *Log on to the Me2U web site and read 3 examples of completed profiles. *Create and save your own profile. Assessment: none Support technologies: Me2U web site Suggested time to complete: 30 minutes to one hour. Mindomo. Mindmeister. online mind mapping tool, for web-based, real-time, collaborative mind mapping. FreeMind. CmapTools. Concept maps are tools used to organize existing knowledge or to create new knowledge. Typically, a concept map has three parts: concept, proposition and learning. The concept could be one or more words; simple or complex. The proposition is a concise statement that is a link between concepts. When several concepts are arranged on a page linked by propositions they constitute a concept map. Learning occurs when there is active construction of new propositions. Concept mapping mirrors the processes of thinking and learning and provides a window into the students' mind. Literature indicates that those who use concept maps outperform those that don't in long term retention tests. In this session, participants will be provided evidence from literature on the usefulness of concept maps. Several examples of how concept maps have been used in this medical school will be shared and software currently available for creating concept maps will be demonstrated..
Merging Information, Learning and Social Media Leveraging social media tools, relationships and content expertise, the Information Services team at Sun Microsystems has integrated info/knowledge into programs like engineering, marketing, sales and learning to drive connections, discovery and knowledge sharing. The focus is on employee learning, keeping the organization smart and providing good information to drive good decisions.
HOW TO Sell Social Media to Cynics, Skeptics & Luddites – Tips, Resources & Advice. Trying to make the case to someone on the benefits of using social media? Maybe a boss or a client or a co-worker who's a little resistant? Maybe a lot resistant? Here's an arsenal of articles with solid advice, data, and tips to help you think through your sales strategy and put together some convincing arguments. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/how-to-sell-social-media-to-cynics-skeptics-luddites-tips-resources-advice/#ixzz0bAOfHlOn. Integrar / Crear Productos MEDIA. - Comprender y utilizar las mas adecuadas convenciones, caracteristica y herramientas para la creacion de MEDIA - Comprender y utilizar de manera efectiva las interpretaciones y expresiones mas apropiadas en entornos diferentes, multiculturales. Analizar MEDIAs. - Comprender como y por que son creados los mensajes media, y con que propositos - Examinar como los individuos interpretan de manera distinta los mensajes, como valores y puntos de vista son incluidos o excluidos, y como los MEDIA pueden influir en opiniones y comportamientos - Aplicar una comprension fundamental de los aspectos etico/legales relativos al acceso y uso de MEDIA. Six ways to make Web 2.0 work. Web 2.0 tools present a vast array of opportunities--for companies that know how to use them.. Technology can help people work smarter: Aplicar de manera efectiva, y correcta, la TECnologia. - Usar la TECnologia para investigar, organizar, evaluar y comunicar INFO - Usar apropiadamente TECnologias digitales (ordenadores, PDAs, media players, GPSs, etc), herramientas de conunicacion/networking y redes sociales, para acceder gestionar, integrar, evaluar y crear INFO para 'funcionar' con exito en una economia del K - Copyright & Fair Use in Teaching. Identidad , Seguridad, Privacidad digital, Copyleft. Security-in-a-box toolkit. Open Publishing Edition. The Open Publishing Edition is a selection of software tools and guides for on and offline publishing, open content licensing and participatory media making. The edition aims to assist organisations and individuals to harness publishing tools in their social change work. The Open Publishing Edition of NGO-in-a-box is a toolkit of Free and Open Source software, tutorials and guides for producing, publishing and distributing content. The Edition, produced by Tactical Tech in collaboration with iCommons, is aimed at small to medium sized non-profits, independent media organisations, free culture creators and grassroots journalists with a particular emphasis on those in developing and transition countries. The Open Publishing Box covers the following areas: * Desktop publishing * Graphic design, fonts and image manipulation * Web publishing including wikis, content management systems and blogging * Citizen journalism and participatory media * Open content licensing and the commons. Audio/Video Edition. The Audio/Video edition of NGO-in-a-Box is a toolkit for advocates, enabling them to harness multimedia as a tool for social change. Audio and Video are both extremely powerful communication means that can be used extensively for documenting and monitoring, campaigning, education, awareness raising and outreach. The Audio/Video edition aims to make it easier to access these tools and make effective use of them. Traditionally audio and video production and distribution have been cost prohibitive for many people, particularly for those in developing countries. New technologies are dramatically changing that. Tactical Tech and EngageMedia have collaborated to put together a toolkit that lowers the entry level for organisations and individuals wanting to use audio and video as a tool for social change. [read more]. Social Media Measurement, ROI and Monitoring. Trying to get a handle on how to measure the effectiveness of your social media programs? Boss asking about the ROI of your social media campaigns? Need key statistics or metrics that will help you make strategic decisions to refine your social media programs? Not sure what variables to measure to determine the success or your social media? Want to know the best options for monitoring your brand's reputation online? My recent post How to Sell Social Media to Cynics, Skeptics and Luddites touched on the topic of metrics, measurement and ROI. Here I've pulled together a collection of valuable resources, tools, & advice specifically on the topics of social media measurement, monitoring and ROI. You'll also find a handful of key social media statistics resources to put in your toolkit. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/social-media-metrics-superlist-measurement-roi-key-statistics-resources/#ixzz0bANFdKSC. How to Get Started In Social Networking – Free E-Booklet. Pharma Marketing and Social Media consultant Steve Woodruff has put together an excellent streamlined guide for people just getting started in social networking. It's an easy-to-read and very accessible e-booklet - especially for people who don't feel like they're natural social networkers - and it's free. Steve's e-booklet is a perfect document to share with colleagues who are just getting started and need to understand what LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other social networking services are all about. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/how-to-get-started-in-social-networking/#ixzz0bAhcPlWP. Social Media Tools 101 (From Blogs to Wikis). There are a wide range of social media tools businesses can use to get more interactive -- to communicate and exchange information with customers. Businesses are increasingly using these tools because they offer more cost-effective ways to achieve their goals. In this article, we present links to basic information explaining these tools. In later articles, we'll provide advice and resources to help businesses get started in using these tools effectively. Click on the Social Media tool category below to get a basic understand of each: * Blogs 101 * Microblogging 101 * RSS 101 * Photo Sharing 101 * Podcasts 101 * Social News and Bookmarking 101 * Social Networking 101 * Video Sharing 101 * Wikis 101 Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/socialmediabeginnersguide/social-media-tools-101/#ixzz0bAjfLNbW. HOW-TO: Write Effectively (online) for Twitter & the Social Web. Want your tweets to be more compelling? Want to be a better writer on the social web? Me too! The advent of social media has opened up a wide range of opportunities for non-professional writers like me -- and probably you too -- to write online. Most of us writing for websites or blogs or posting on Twitter likely aren't trained journalists. Even professional writers trained for print must learn to adapt their writing style to an online audience who experiences content differently than a print audience. And social media itself has changed writing online - making it more informal and personal. In fact, when you're writing online these days, you're writing not only for your audience but also for search engines and social media sites. Add Twitter to the equation and the need to communicate with only 140 characters raises writing for the social web to a new art form. In this post, we've pulled together a collection of articles with advice on writing for Twitter and the social web. We've organized these articles into the following topics - general online writing principles, writing strong headlines, writing for Twitter, and writing for search engines.. ¿Dónde puedo encontrar fotos e imágenes libres - Creative Commons?. 85+ Resources: Educator Guide for Integrating Social Media. I hope this post will be a handy reference guide, especially for those teachers new to social media technologies and how to integrate them into the classroom. This resource is by no means exhaustive, but it's a good starting point for finding the information and people that will help you make the transition into a '21st century learning environment'. I intend for this to be a wikipost (I will update resources as they are shared with me by others), so feel free to bookmark the page and check in periodically for new material.. Animoto. Machinima. Prezi. Powerpoint Open Office. Como añadir subtitulos a un video. Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators. This guide was written especially for educators, who want to teach 21st century skills, such as collaborating, communicating, and connecting, through digital storytelling.. Creacion de Tutoriales: Wink SW. Screen Toaster. A web-based screen capture application. Records screencasts, tutorials, demos, training, and lectures. Screen Toaster enables you to share and stream videos online in Flash, as well as embed content on blogs, web pages, e-mail, and of course, YouTube.. Image Manipulation: GIMP. How to Create Screencasts You Can Be Proud Of: Screenr. Digital Storytelling. Digital storytelling gives us the ability to reach and disseminate further our stories than ever before in history. Storytelling, no matter in what form and created in whatever media is a powerful tool to transmit knowledge, culture, perspectives and points of view. Digital Storytelling * Part I-Connect, Communicate, Collaborate * Part II- Available Tools * Part III- PhotoStory Guide * Part IV- Windows MovieMaker * Part IX- Wordle * Part V- Google Maps * Part VI- VoiceThread * Part VII- Mixbook * Part VIII- Audacity. Lecture: An Anthropological Introduction to YouTubeSubtema. Michael Wesch (Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Kansas State University) Is most famous for his amazing work in the emerging field of digital ethnography, where he studies the effect of new media on human interaction.. Lecture: Breakthrough Touchscreen. Jeff Han (Human-Computer Interface Designer) After years of research on touch-driven computer displays, Jeff Han has created a simple, multi-touch, multi-user screen interface that just might herald the end of the point-and-click era.. Social Media Tools 101 (From Blogs to Wikis). E-learning and Web 2.0 tools for schools. 12 x 3D Tools for Education, Training & Collaboration. Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009: The Final List. Tools: one free learning tool (or site) for every learning problem. Google Tools for Schools. Construir una presentacion de 5' desde 2 perspectivas. Lecture: The History of Computing. Mehran Sahami (Associate Professor, Stanford) Expertise: Computer Science and Programming Methodology Lecture: The History of Computing. How to Be Heard - (Stephen Downes). How do you get people to read your blog? This guide will tell you how to gain readers, how, in effect, to be heard. It discusses how to approach blog content, design, launch, writing your blog, marketing and revisions.. How-To: Grow Your Social Media Network. In social media, who you know -- or who knows you -- can certainly make all the difference. That's why figuring out who to connect with and taking the time to build relationships with these people is key to leveraging the power of social media.. Copyright-Friendly and Copyleft Images and Sound. Most of the media in these collections are attached to generous copyright licensing. Though you may not need to ask permission to use them when publishing on the Web for educational purposes, you should cite or attribute these images to their creators unless otherwise notified! If you see any copyright notices on these pages, read them for further instructions. Note: always check individual licensing notices before publishing on the Web or broadcasting!. Copyright and Fair use. Resources to Boost Your Social Media Savvy in 2009: Top Tips & Advice. Want to get more social media savvy in 2009? It's easy to get lost and confused with the ever-changing stream of information and advice about social media. I'm a big collector and bookmarker of social media and web strategy articles. Here I've tried to pull together the best advice and tips I've found from from the past year or so from credible experts in social media - high-quality articles from well-regarded blogs like chrisbrogan.com, Mashable.com, ReadWriteWeb.com, DoshDosh.com, Problogger.net, MarketingProfs.com, Copyblogger.com, Webstrategist.com and from a few other less-known but excellent blogs. I've organized the selected articles into key categories such as General Social Media Strategy, Blogs, Twitter, Social News and Bookmarketing, Traffic Driving & Link Building, etc. If you're still struggling with the basics, check out our Social Media Beginner's Guide or see what others are doing by reading our Social Media Case Studies Superlist.. SOCIAL MEDIA CASE STUDIES SUPERLIST. Need Inspiration? A great way to get ideas for how your organization can use social media is to check out what others are doing. Here's a comprehensive list of sites below (and one book) that will get you started.. What NOT To Do In Social Media. Aplicaciones Educativas De Las Redes Sociales. Photos you can use. 9 Resources for Website Evaluation Lessons. IBM Social Computing Guidelines. IBM Social Computing Guidelines Blogs, wikis, social networks, virtual worlds and social media In the spring of 2005, IBMers used a wiki to create a set of guidelines for all IBMers who wanted to blog. These guidelines aimed to provide helpful, practical advice--and also to protect both IBM bloggers and IBM itself, as the company sought to embrace the blogosphere. Since then, many new forms of social media have emerged. So we turned to IBMers again to re-examine our guidelines and determine what needed to be modified. The effort has broadened the scope of the existing guidelines to include all forms of social computing.. Security in-a-box: Tools and tactics for your digital security. Mobiles in-a-box. Message in-a-box. El lado oscuro de la Web 2.0: privacidad, intimidad, protección de datos. Understanding Copyright in a Media-Rich World. What is the difference between plagiarism and paraphrasing? Who do copyright laws protect, and why are they important? This collection of lessons for grades 6-8, which are designed to be co-presented by classroom teachers and school library media specialists, helps to answer these questions while fostering an understanding of both the purpose and means of respecting the intellectual property rights of others.. Manifiesto En defensa de los derechos fundamentales en Internet. Creative Commons: Enabling the next level of innovation. Social Media Policies, and Guidelines, Superlist. Tools. Free and Open Source Software Tools * Submitted by allan on 2006-11-30 08:31 The Open Publishing Edition of NGO-in-a-box contains a series of free and open source software (FOSS) tools covering the following topics... o Office Suites and Word Processing o Desktop Publishing o Image Editing o Font Creation o Wikis o Blogs and Content Management Systems o HTML Editing o Printing. Projects - How to.... Projects * Submitted by allan on 2006-10-26 07:08 To make good use of the FOSS tools provided they need to be practically applied. This series of guides takes you through some of the things you can create with these tools covering the following topics... o How to Make a Poster o How to Publish a Newsletter o How to Create DC/DVD Booklets and Tray Cards o How to Make a Blog o How to do a Podcast o How to Tag Pages with CC Licenses Download a PDF of these guides for printing. Resources. Resources * Submitted by allan on 2006-10-26 10:07 The following is a series of guides to strategically distributing, licensing and leveraging the content you create to make change. Here we get both practical and philosophical on the meaning and possibility of Open Content Licensing, the Commons and Participatory Media. o Copyright, Open Content, the Commons and the Public Domain o Creative Commons o Licensing Tools o Participatory Media. Cómo Añadir Subtitulos a Videos en YouTube.
40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy
Flexibilidad y Adaptabilidad. Adaptacion al cambio: - Adaptarse a diferentes roles, responsabilidades laborales, 'schedules' y contextos - Trabajar efectivamente en un clima de ambiguedad y proridades cambiantes Ser flexible: - Incorporar realimentacion de manera efectiva - Conducirse positivamente con halagos, criticas y contratiempos - Comprender, negociar y balancear diversos puntos de vista y principios para alcanzar soluciones laborales, en particular en entornos multiculturales. Iniciativa y Auto-Gestion. Gestion de Objetivos y Tiempo: - Establecer objetivos con criterios de exito tangibles e intangibles - Balancear objetivos estartegicos (largo plazo) y tacticos (corto plazo) - Utilizar el tiempo y gestionar la carga de trabajo, eficientemente (GTD) Trabajar independientemente: - Monitorizar, definir, priorizar y completar tareas sin una supervision directa. Socializacion y Transculturalidad. Interactuar efectivamente con otros: - Conocer cuando es apropiado escuchar y cuando hablar - Comportarse con los demas de una manera respetable y profesional Trabajar efectivamente con otros: - Respetar diferencias culturales y trabajar efectivamente con personas con diferentes 'bacgrounds' sociales y culturales - Responder con mentalidad abierta a diferentes ideas y valores - Aprovechar diferencias culturales y sociales para crear nuevas ideas e incrementar tanto la innovacion como la calidad del trabajo. Productividad y Metricas. Gestion de proyectos: - Definir y alcanzar objetivos, incluso frente a obstaculos y presiones de la competencia - Priorizar, planificar y gestionar el trabajo para alcanzar los resultados pretendidos - Organizar la actividad diaria de manera eficiente Producir resultados: - Evidenciar atributos adicionales asociados con la produccion de productos, y documentos, de calidad, incluyendo habilidades para: * trabajar etica y positivamente * gestionar el tiempo y proyectos efectivamente * Multitarea * participar activamente, asi como de manera fiable y puntual * presentarse uno mismo profesionalmente y con la net-etiquette adecuada * colaborar y cooperar efectivamente con los equipos * aplicar metricas a los resultados. Liderazgo y Reponsabilidad. Guiar y liderar a otros: - Usar habilidades interpersonales y de resolucion de problemas para influenciar y guiar a otros hacia el objetivo - Aprovechar y catapultar las fortalezas de los demas para alcanzar objetivos comunes - Inspirar a otros para sacar lo mejor de si mismos por medio del ejemplo y desinteres personal Ser responsable : - Actuar de manera responsable pensando con los intereses de la comunidad o grupo. Emprendimiento. Inteligencia Emocional. La Inteligencia Emocional incluye la Inteligencia Intrapersonal e Inteligencia Interpersonal. La Inteligencia Intrapersonal, se manifiesta en contactar con los propios sentimientos, discernir estos sentimientos y orientar la conducta. La Inteligencia Interpersonal se determina por la capacidad de liderazgo, la aptitud para relacionarse, mantener amistades y solucionar problemas sociales. Ambas partes de las que está formada la I.E. incluyen una serie de competencias. Las pertenecientes a la Inteligencia Interpersonal, vienen siendo objeto de formación de directivos desde hace años, en cambio, las competencias de la Inteligencia Intrapersonal, como la conciencia de uno mismo, la autorregulación y la automotivación es, de tratamiento novedoso en el campo empresarial, por ello, todavía no se encuentran dentro de los proyectos de formación para directivos, es más estos no están acostumbrados a cuestionarse sus actitudes vitales. The Last Lecture: Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams. Randy Pausch (Doctor, Carnegie Mellon University) He learned that he had pancreatic cancer, a terminal illness, in September of 2006. He gave an upbeat lecture entitled "The Last Lecture: Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams" on September 18, 2007 at Carnegie Mellon, which became a popular YouTube video and led to other media appearances. He then co-authored a book called The Last Lecture on the same theme, which became a New York Times best-seller. Pausch died of complications from pancreatic cancer on July 25, 2008 ...more http://zaidlearn.blogspot.com/2009/08/secret-recipe-to-delivering-world-class.html. Lecture: Stroke of Insight. Jill Bolte Taylor (Neuroanatomist) Brain researcher Jill Bolte Taylor studied her own stroke as it happened -- and has become a powerful voice for brain recovery. Lecture: Stroke of Insight http://zaidlearn.blogspot.com/2009/08/secret-recipe-to-delivering-world-class.html. Claves para ser un buen negociador. Una persona necesita cerca de 800 horas de entrenamiento para adquirir el hábito de negociar de forma espontánea. Las técnicas de negociación son un arte en sí mismas, y controlarlas puede ser una herramienta muy eficaz a la hora de conseguir los objetivos en una conversación o en una reunión. ¿Qué dicen los gestos? ¿Cuándo hay que decir "no"? ¿Cuáles son los errores más frecuentes? ¿Hasta dónde hay que ceder? Javier Martínez Rodrigo, autor de El camino de la negociación, publicado por LearningMedia, responde a estas preguntas en una entrevista con Universia Knowledge@Wharton.. Lecture: The Tribes We Lead. Seth Godin argues the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so.. Participación: la clave del éxitoen las iniciativas 2.0. Being participative. what participation and engagement really mean?. These values, based on "the belief that those who are affected by a decision have a right to be involved in the decision-making process" are important for a participative democracy but I think that something is still missing. Like voting every four years, even the most participatory models offered by our institutions fail to grasp the nature of our networked world. Today, much of the public is always-on and you can find someone talking about the issues. Participation doesn't stop any more.. Comenzar a crear mi PLWE. "Managing Oneself," by Peter F. Drucker. El talento de Rafa Nadal llega a las aulas. ¿Cómo gestiona el éxito el número uno del mundo del tenis? Rafa Nadal se ha convertido en el protagonista de un caso que impartirá la escuela de negocios IESE. En opinión del autor del caso, Santiago Álvarez de Mon, la figura del tenista español sirve para ilustrar en el mundo corporativo cómo se identifica y desarrolla el talento, además de la importancia para un alto ejecutivo de desarrollar valores como la constancia, la humildad o la disciplina. Mientras que para los directivos noveles Nadal es un ejemplo de cómo prepararse antes de alcanzar la cima profesional, para los más veteranos es un modelo de cómo afrontar el futuro cuando haya que abandonar un cargo que no es vitalicio.. Four levels of "selling" on LinkedIn. I suggest a four-level approach to marketing yourself, your product, your service, or an idea on social networking sites like LinkedIn. Here's how the steps progress: 1. Credibility and recognition. 2. Talking about yourself. 3. Selling. 4. Shortcuts. 1) Credibility. At the party, you respond to a conversational topic or open one yourself. People can share or just listen. It becomes clear who knows their stuff, who has experience, and who asks good questions. The same is true in a social network discussion. Every time you speak, your picture and name are displayed -- your face and your name tag -- and you make your impression, for good or ill. You can build credibility among your peers as people in the group get to know each other, even taking their discussion offline to e-mail, phone calls, or face-to-face meetings. 2) Revealing. At a party, you wait until it's appropriate to talk about yourself. Usually it's when someone asks. The way it works in social media is that, as your credibility evolves, people click though to your profile page. They choose to find out as much or as little about you as they want to know and you want to share. On your profile page, you describe your strengths, what you do best and want to do more of. You share your work history and what value you've provided to your employers. You show the progression in your career, greater responsibilities, more expertise. You get recommendations from people you've worked with and give them recommendations as well. (Don't try to game the system, keep it honest.) Include your picture. I see a lot of profiles. Some read like a press release. Some read like a resume. Some have more personality. I don't have a particular opinion on that except to avoid being frivolous -- it depends on the persona or brand you are presenting. If writing is not your strength, get help and feedback before you post. No matter how good your writing is, proofread! You'd be amazed how many people show up at the online "party" with egg on their tie or toilet paper on their shoe. It's enough to make an editor lose her mind. On your LinkedIn profile, you subtly open the door to the selling process when you post a link to your website or your blog. Does your visitor begin to respect and trust you even more? That's the person who may want to know about your company or, best case, is in need of the product or service that feeds your bottom line. 3. Selling. Now that the self-selected trusting and interested potential customers are on your website, you are perfectly free to talk about your product, features, case studies, and anything else your website strategy deems important. Continue the trust-based relationship by offering white papers, having effective ways for people to contact you and simply discuss problems. It's OK to give away information. Make it easy to contact you. 4. Shortcuts. Use the "News" section to announce your webinars, blog posts, new products, and so on. These posts are not discussions, even if they end with "what do you think?" And, as I mentioned, you can buy a pay-per-click ad, highly selective about what audience it shows up for. How do you know what's working? It helps if you can have a "do good, and good will come to you" philosophy. You can get data, but be careful about what conclusions you draw. If you start a discussion you can see how many comments it draws. If you post a news item, you will see how many views it gets compared to others. Look at the difference between items that garner 50 views vs. those that get 5. That gives you a shadowy indication of how effective your voice is. What's the best outcome of social networking? You learn. You learn about the problems people have, and the pain or frustration it causes them. You could learn about a widespread diversification opportunity. Learn what's new in the market you are tapping through your social networking. Is your product or service as great as you think it is? It takes humility. And what about lean? Well, you have two different markets, the doers and the decision makers, with different needs and motivators. Online or on site, in an email or in the elevator, look at the four steps. Credibility and recognition -- prove lean's value in a pilot. Speak in the language your customers use. Don't use the word lean if it creates resistance. Comment on strategic planning, if that's the lingo, not hoshin kanri. Continuous improvement, not kaizen. Making work easier, not 5S. Revealing. Let people know who you are, what you've done, but in an appropriate way. Look for pull. Selling: Find the pain and embed an emotional dimension to your message. Have the facts and figures for the engineers and financial folks. Tell stories. Offer to help. Decisions have many dimensions. Shortcuts: Be careful. There might not be any.. Smarter Work: Why Social Networks Matter. Social Networking for Academics. Gestion de la presencia digital en RED. Aprender a gestionar nuestra presencial digital en redes sociales y mundos virtuales (seguridad, privacidad, propiedad intelectual, adiccion), según normas éticas y legales. Copyright... trabajos creativos de toto tipo viven en la web ¿cuales son las formas , funcion y proposito de dichos trabajos', ¿cual es la ley del copyright digital? Adiccion a Internet...(sociologia y psicologia de la web).- ¿por que somos tan adictos a usar media social y moviles?, ¿que elementos de sicologia y sociologia pueden ayudarnos a predecir el comportamiento online, en social media y en mundos virtuales?. Resolver conflictos y negociar. Continuar...Comenzar a crear mi PLWE. Tool to improve my typing skills. I believe it is vital that educators (and students) have good keyboard and typing skills (say at least 30+ words per minute), so that they can efficiently answer e-mails, forum posts, chat sessions, develop content, projects, assignments, and so on. If you don't have great keyboard skills already, don't worry. Just ignore your stubborn ego, and start practicing. You don't need to spend money, because here are a bunch of free learning tools to assist you: http://zaidlearn.blogspot.com/2009/08/is-boltelicious-keyboard-skills.html * keybr.com Take a typing speed test and practice typing online. * Peter's Online Typing Course Provides a set of free online typing lessons and typing exercises for beginning typists, and frustrated hunt-and-peckers who want to move from four-finger typing to full-blown touch typing. * Goodtyping Free online typing course. Please try it without registering. If you like what you practice, then bother to register :) * TypingWeb is a free online typing tutor & keyboarding tutorial for typists of all ages. All skill levels will benefit from TypingWeb's free keyboarding lessons. * Rapid Typing A typing game, where the training takes place in a "virtual picturesque underwater world" adding some fun to the learning. * PowerTyping An online free typing tutor for kids, students and adults alike! * BBC Typing Tutorial Aimed at the younger kids, but is great fun for anyone learning typing.. Tool to improve my reading skills. Interactive courseware to improve my workplace skills. how to measure the effectiveness of your social media programs?. Social Media Metrics Superlist: Measurement, ROI, & Key Statistics Resources Trying to get a handle on how to measure the effectiveness of your social media programs? Boss asking about the ROI of your social media campaigns? Need key statistics or metrics that will help you make strategic decisions to refine your social media programs? Not sure what variables to measure to determine the success or your social media? Want to know the best options for monitoring your brand's reputation online? My recent post How to Sell Social Media to Cynics, Skeptics and Luddites touched on the topic of metrics, measurement and ROI. Here I've pulled together a collection of valuable resources, tools, & advice specifically on the topics of social media measurement, monitoring and ROI. You'll also find a handful of key social media statistics resources to put in your toolkit. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/social-media-metrics-superlist-measurement-roi-key-statistics-resources/#ixzz0ShsF65SC. How -To: Build & Manage Your Brand Identity with Social Media. Trying to figure out the best way to brand yourself or establish your company's brand identity on social media sites? Deciding whether to set up separate Twitter accounts - a personal account and a company account? Looking for tools to manage multiple social media profiles and identities more effectively? There are a host of important considerations, challenges and opportunities in building either your own or your company's online presence and brand identity via social media. In this post we've gathered wide range of resources, advice and tools to help you build and manage your social media brand identity more effectively. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/how-to-build-and-manage-your-social-media-brand-identity/#ixzz0ShtkkpfP. Gestion de Notas. Procedimiento 'GTD'. Comunicacion 2.0. Convert HTML WebPages to PDF Online for Free - Export HTML to PDF. Gestión bibliográfica con Zotero. Continuar...Comenzar a crear mi PLWE. HOW TO: Measure Online Influence. Social computing software for business... that empowers you to be more innovative.. Social Business Intelligence. Social Business Intelligence® Socialcast offers a proprietary suite of analytics that provides measurable insight into the people, connections, and information-sharing occurring in your network. Mine social data, analyze the network, discover influential members and find important topics - real-time information discovery that shows true ROI. Learn more about Social Business Intelligence.. Social Media Measurement, ROI and Monitoring. Trying to get a handle on how to measure the effectiveness of your social media programs? Boss asking about the ROI of your social media campaigns? Need key statistics or metrics that will help you make strategic decisions to refine your social media programs? Not sure what variables to measure to determine the success or your social media? Want to know the best options for monitoring your brand's reputation online? My recent post How to Sell Social Media to Cynics, Skeptics and Luddites touched on the topic of metrics, measurement and ROI. Here I've pulled together a collection of valuable resources, tools, & advice specifically on the topics of social media measurement, monitoring and ROI. You'll also find a handful of key social media statistics resources to put in your toolkit. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/social-media-metrics-superlist-measurement-roi-key-statistics-resources/#ixzz0bANFdKSC. How To Boost Your Social Media Productivity – A Guide For Busy People. Want to use social media more productively? Worried that Social Media is taking up too much of your time? It's a reasonable concern. Social media can take a lot of time. But there are tools and techniques that can help you be more efficient in your social media activities. In this post, we've put together a comprehensive list of articles with great advice, tips and tools to help you be more productive and efficient when using social media. We also have some posts that offer up general online productivity insights. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/how-to-be-more-productive-with-social-media/#ixzz0bASStTRr. Online Personal Branding. Lecture: Why We Do What We Do. Tony Robbins (Life Coach; Expert in Leadership Psychology) Makes it his business to know why we do the things we do. The pioneering life coach has spoken to millions of people through his best-selling books and three-day seminars.. Dinamización, Facilitación en Comunidades online. Curso de Facilitación de Comunidades Online. Continuar...Comenzar a crear mi PLWE. Continuar desarrollo Identidad Digital. What Makes a Leader? by Daniel Goleman. Radiografía de la actividad emprendedora en tiempos de crisis. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM). El Bulli, "el mejor restaurante del mundo", paradigma de los modelos de negocio abiertos. Open Business Models: Las dos caras de los Modelos de Negocio Abiertos. The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). What We Do Through entrepreneurship education, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), helps young people from low-income communities build skills and unlock their entrepreneurial creativity. Since 1987, NFTE has reached more than 280,000 young people, and currently has programs in 21 states and 12 countries. NFTE has more than 1,500 active Certified Entrepreneurship Teachers, and is continually improving its innovative entrepreneurship curriculum. NFTE's Core Values * Individuality * Initiative * Community Vision Every young person will find a pathway to prosperity. Mission NFTE provides entrepreneurship education programs to young people from low-income communities. How We Do It NFTE achieves its mission by: 1. Creating engaging, experiential curricula and tools to improve academic, business and life skills 2. Training and supporting teachers and youth professionals 3. Partnering with schools, community-based organizations, and post-secondary institutions 4. Offering volunteers meaningful opportunities that connect students to real world experiences 5. Linking the educational and business worlds in the classroom and beyond 6. Providing services to program graduates 7. Demonstrating outcomes of entrepreneurship education through research 8. Building public awareness to expand entrepreneurship education. More (Steve) Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, Jobs. We need to start an Innovation Movement to create good jobs by spawning more Steve Jobs -- entrepreneurs who will invent new products and services. Read more at The New York Times. The World Bank... The International Essay Competition. Ecosistemas de negocios. La Inteligencia Emocional: qué es y qué comprende. Cerebro 2.0, las nuevas capacidades de los adolescentes. Cerebro 2.0: colaboración y empatía: ¿Cómo el uso de nuevas tecnologías genera nuevas redes neuronales?. Fotolog, Facebook, Myspace, Youtube y los blogs, las aplicaciones más conocidas del internet actual, no sólo han revolucionado la informática, sino también el comportamiento de toda una generación. Pero los expertos creen que este cambio externo es sólo la manifestación de uno más profundo: hoy los navegantes contarían con un cerebro reorganizado, más integrado y cooperativo, que llegó para quedarse y desafiar las estructuras sociales. Los especialistas creen que la conectividad ha determinado, de alguna manera, la actitud de esta generación. Aunque no tienen una edad específica, generalmentea son adolescentes. Sin embargo, "la generación 2.0 no es una edad. Una abuelita con un blog también participa y funciona en una lógica distinta a la de sus pares". Según los especialistas, estas nuevas redes neuronales se activan en determinadas zonas del cerebro, específicamente en el sistema límbico, encargado de dar las respuestas emocionales. Éste fue durante años subestimado en lo relativo a la toma de decisiones. Pero por el comportamiento y las respuestas de los jóvenes, los neurocientíficos se dieron cuenta de que el sistema límbico ha adquirido protagonismo en su conducta, porque están en permanente contacto con experiencias emotivas propias o de los otros. "Así, se ha demostrado que las decisiones no sólo se centran en lo analítico, sino también en lo emotivo y en el contexto en que se toman", dice Miguel Arias.. What is participation in a Web 2.0 world?. For some time the giants of the Web 2.0 world like Tim O'Reily and Clay Shirky have talked about 'participation' and 'engagement' but there is some real lack of clarity and simplicity around what is actually meant by this beyond some significant motherhood statements and technology definitions.. Is Boltelicious Keyboard Skills RequiredTo Facilitate Online Effectively?. Zotero. Extensión para Firefox, Zotero era, en principio, una herramienta de gestión de citas destinada a investigadores y académicos (ofrece plantillas para citar, según los estándares, cada fuente). Sin embargo, pronto evolucionó como herramienta de gestión de notas. Se integra a la perfección con Word o Openoffice Writter, permitiendo exportar notas a estos programas o distintos editores para blogs. Su interface, también en español, es muy completa y usable. No requiere de conexión a la red para funcionar.. MyStickies. This site offers an alternative to bookmarking. Instead of saving URLs and page titles, MyStickies allows you to place digital sticky notes with annotations around the web so that you can retrieve previously viewed pages and understand immediately why they are important. Evernote. Use Evernote to save your ideas, things you see, and things you like. Then find them all on any computer or device you use.. Activities: Organize your work. Reuniones eficaces.
A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks or other items linked to and arranged radially around a central key word or idea. It is used to generate, visualize, structure and classify ideas, and as an aid in study, organization, problem solving, and decision making, Wikipedia definition When you start using mind mapping techniques, you will experience immediate benefits: Mind maps help you to memorize information easily Mind maps make things visible and clearer Mind maps reveal what is behind the information Mind maps are one of the best ways to organize your tasks and to-do lists Ver fichero... ¿Y tu que sabes hacer? en... 'Documentos/Maestria en eCompetencias/Maestria'2010'
Mind the skills GAP: The e-learning skills gap is growing. Learning and development are not immune to change; they must adapt to the new realities and exploit the new opportunities. This will undoubtedly lead to greater use of new learning media, not as a peripheral activity, but as the responsibility of every learning and development professional. In Driving Business Benefits, a report published by Towards Maturity CIC in January 2009, the second and third greatest barriers to the successful implementation of new learning technology were cited as: 1.- lack of knowledge about its potential use and implementation (more than 65% of organisations) and 2.- the lack of skills to implement and manage e-learning (nearly 55%). There are four key skills, although... not every learning and development professional will need to be confident in each area, and only specialists will need to be equipped with the highest levels of skill:. The Future World of Work: A Gen Xer’s Perspective. The Global Talent Crisis. Ten Things to Learn This School Year. Things you really needs to learn (Stephen Downes). Finding a Job in the 21st Century. 21st Century Literacies Homepage. Skills for Today's Workforce. 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College: The Know-How You Need to Succeed. And the winner is... Teaching and Learning in the Digital World. Naciones digitalmente maduras. Mindmap e-skills. Details for The use of ICT to support innovation and lifelong learning for all (European Commission). Educating today’s learners to become Net Savvy. Social networking Theories and Tools to Support Connectivist .... This article considers the affordances of social networking theories and tools to build new and effective e-learning practices. We argue that "connectivism" (social networking applied to learning and knowledge contexts) can lead to a reconceptualization of learning in which formal, nonformal, and informal learning can be integrated as to build potentially lifelong learning activities to be experienced in "personal learning environments." In order to provide a guide in the design, development, and improvement both of personal learning environments and in the related learning activities, we provide a knowledge flow model highlighting the stages of learning and the related enabling conditions. The derived model is applied in a possible scenario of formal learning in order to show how the learning process can be designed according to the presented theory.. Working and Learning, Graham Attwell. Social Media is BIGGER than you think? Are educators lagging behind?. This fantastic blog post and associated YouTube video embeded below really made me think about how marketers and business people view the fundamental shift in how the Internet is being used. The read/write web of Web 2.0 and the social media phenomenon sweeping our culture is fundamentally transforming how people use the Internet. Smart business people and smart advertisers are taking notice and taking action. What are educators doing? Are we using Facebook, Wikipedia, and YouTube in our classes? If not, are we lagging behind?. ENCUESTA...What Are You Doing Online?. How to Recall an Entire Book in 5 Minutes or Less. Estamos en... The Learning Age. White Paper : Social Learning Introduction. The e-learning skills gap. Strategic skills. These managerial skills are applied in the development and implementation of an organisation's e-learning strategy. They include - analysing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats with regard to the use of e-learning in the organisation; - establishing an overall strategy for the use of e-learning; - setting up the technical infrastructure; - overcoming any resistance among key stakeholders; - marketing the e-learning strategy; and - evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of e- and blended learning programmes. Curriculum design skills. These skills apply to the design of any learning intervention, whether or not it has an e-learning element. Skills include: - analysing the learning requirement, the target audience characteristics, and the practical constraints and opportunities; - selecting effective methods for each key stage or element in the intervention; and - choosing learning media to deliver each of these methods efficiently. Content creation skills. E-learning content can take many forms, and commonly represents an element in a blended solution. The skills include: - project-managing the content creation process; - designing the content; - preparing the written and spoken elements, the interactions and test items; - sourcing audio-visual assets; - using authoring tools to build the content; and - testing and refining the content. Facilitation skills. As e-learning evolves, it is as likely to involve communication and collaboration between learners and facilitators. The skills include: - facilitating live online sessions using web conferencing tools or virtual worlds; - setting up a learning intervention in a virtual environment or learning management system; - designing and facilitating online learning activities; and - employing IT effectively in the classroom. How to predict consecuences. How to read (understand deeply). How to distinguish truh from ficction. How to empathize. How to be creative. How to communicate clearly. How to learn. How to stay healthy. How to value yourself. How to leave meaningfully.
Organizational pressures are increasing: things move faster, resources decrease, and disruptive changes are more frequent. The ability to predict, develop, and equip people for their tasks is becoming less likely. Increasingly, organizations are requiring greater personal responsibility for problem-solving and innovation. We hear informal learning is important, but what does that mean concretely? What is a learning organization to do - and how can technology help? The answer is not to think of equipping everyone a priori with specific knowledge, but instead to empower them to help themselves and one another. The role of the learning organization is shifting to one that creates a supportive environment, rich with infrastructure and nurturing productive activities. In short, it's a meta-learning role, integrating a variety of elements into a coherent whole. "Learning is the lifelong process of transforming information and experience into knowledge, skills, behaviors, and attitudes". I might add to that: * It is not dependent upon classes and courses - though these can be very useful tools for learning * It does not require a degree, certificate, or grade to prove its worth - though clearly these have social value that most people would be unwise to ignore * It does not always - probably not even most of the time - happen consciously - though I think that those who strive for a more conscious approach to learning throughout their lives - whether at work or otherwise - tend to be more successful in pretty much whatever way they define success.
Education for the New Millennium. Course Structure: Self-paced, leading to the E-Portfolio and a Certificate of Teaching Mastery. Course Contents: Course Home Bringing New Ideas into the Classroom Aspects of Good Teaching The Power of Questions Piaget, Erikson, and Constructivism Learning Styles, Brain Thinking, and Control Theories Metacognition, Experiential Thoery, Social Cognition, and Behaviorism Multiple Intelligences Theory Meets Practice Assignments Summary Short Survey. You...at the center.... Asumir la responsabilidad de Aprender. Adult Learning. Lifelong Learning. -. Aprender a Aprender en RED: eAprendiz (elearning learning) ('Do It Yourself', 'Learning by doing', 'Try before you ask for help'). Aprendizaje Corporativo. Classroom 2.0: actividades. Open Letter to an Education System Leader(Director de centro). Mr __________, Our community appreciates your attendance at our awards ceremony at such a busy time of the year. While you are here, I was hoping to take the opportunity to present an outline of an idea that is both representative of the paradigm shift in education but also an example of how our organisation can: 1. revitalise teacher professional learning by developing the paradigm of having a Personal Learning Network (PLN) 2. transform student learning by developing the concept of having a Personal Learning Environment (PLE). I was not sure if the opportunity to chat would arise, so this short note is an attempt to provide an overview.. Enterprise 2.0. Directory of Learning Professionals Online).. Jane Hart... here is my selection of 100 learning professionals that will provide you with information, inspiration and/or interaction on a range of educational and workplace learning topics from around the world - via their blog, on Twitter or on other social networks. Listed in alphabetical order by surname together with their Top 10 Tools for Learning (where contributed).. Gestion de semillas RSS relativas a mi dominio. Aprendiendo en el S XXI-video. Establecer Alertas-Google- sobre topicos especificos. Formular un Plan de Aprendizaje Personal. Site to improve my learning skills. The Secret Recipe to Delivering World Class Lectures. Social Learning – Highlights. Harol Harche... For me, the essence of social learning is that as our work becomes more complex, we need faster feedback loops to stay on top of it. Courses, with their long development cycle, are inadequate to meet the learning and performance needs of those dealing with complexity. The course is an artifact of a time when information was scarce and connections were few. Social learning can give us more and better feedback if we engage our networks in order to develop emergent work practices. This requires not only a re-thinking of training but also our organizational structures.. Learning through social networks. Organizations should focus on enabling practitioners to produce results by supporting learning through social networks. The rest is just window dressing. In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed - Charles Darwin. the 2009 Edublog Award winners. The Edublog Award Categories…. 1. Best individual blog 2. Best individual tweeter 3. Best group blog 4. Best new blog 5. Best class blog 6. Best student blog 7. Best resource sharing blog 8. Most influential blog post 9. Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion 10. Best teacher blog 11. Best librarian / library blog 12. Best educational tech support blog 13. Best elearning / corporate education blog 14. Best educational use of audio 15. Best educational use of video / visual 16. Best educational wiki 17. Best educational use of a social networking service 18. Best educational use of a virtual world 19. Lifetime achievement. Super Learner. Linking Quality and Innovation: The European Foundation for Quality in eLearning (EFQUEL). Group' Home page. The Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) Challenge: A New Learning Literacy (eLearner). Jeff Cobb LearnSomething Description Web 2.0 technologies have exploded the possibilities for individuals to find and aggregate information, engage and collaborate with peers and experts, and manage their own personal e-portfolios for educational and career purposes. The generation of meaningful learning from these activities, however, requires more than software to facilitate the process: it requires a different mindset and a new set of skills for both learners and instructors. Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) describes a new learning literacy for the Web 2.0 environment. In this presentation we will consider how individuals can learn to appropriately value, structure, and engage with the overwhelming amount of information that flows across the Web and cultivate meaningful learning experiences. We will also examine the role of instructors in facilitating the development of personal knowledge management skills.. 'Investigar' para Aprender. Workplace Learning. A vision for Lifelog Learning 2020. Skills for Learning Professionals. ¿Como aprendemos?. Aprendizaje Social. Your Learning Journey. The journey unfolds when teachers decide to move away from traditional teaching and toward a new vision of instructional design. It's a learning journey--for teacher and student alike. The journey focuses on learning, not the technology. Taking the journey is critical in preparing students to live, learn, and work in a technology-rich world. Join us now as we embark on the next step in our journey, taking us along the path of creativity and innovation. Previous steps in the journey are still available: Project Based Learning, Web 2.0, Envisioning the Future of Education and Technology, Innovative Learning Technologies, Digital Citizenship, and Online Learning. 7.- Creativity and Innovation 6.- Online Learning 5.- Digital Citizenship 4.- Innovative Learning Technologies 3.- Envisioning the Future of Education and Technology 2.- Web 2.0 1.- Project Based Learning. Gestión de mi Aprendizaje Personal (PLM): Componentes de una Estrategia de Aprendizaje Informal. elearning learning. Creating the New Era of Corporate Learning. Mind the skills GAP: The e-learning skills gap is growing. Learning and development are not immune to change; they must adapt to the new realities and exploit the new opportunities. This will undoubtedly lead to greater use of new learning media, not as a peripheral activity, but as the responsibility of every learning and development professional. In Driving Business Benefits, a report published by Towards Maturity CIC in January 2009, the second and third greatest barriers to the successful implementation of new learning technology were cited as: 1.- lack of knowledge about its potential use and implementation (more than 65% of organisations) and 2.- the lack of skills to implement and manage e-learning (nearly 55%). There are four key skills, although... not every learning and development professional will need to be confident in each area, and only specialists will need to be equipped with the highest levels of skill:. Bringing New Ideas into the Classroom. A Different Perspective The 21st century marks the beginning of some key changes in education: 1. From regional views to global views 2. From covering the material to uncovering the material 3. From passive receipt of information to active inquiry 4. From a product orientation to process orientation 5. From compliance and competition to collaboration and inquiry. DR. CROSS: Discovery Risk Collaboration Real Tasks/Consequences Originality Skills Service. Crear un blog y/o wiki de la clase. Idea from this blog post: One student is responsible for posting class notes every night on the blog or wiki. The rest of the class is responsible for correcting and adding to the notes. I would add that students should then link to current news that relates to the content (if it has not been provided). Also, you should tell your professor.. Google Tools for Schools. Educational Networking: The Important Role Web 2.0 Will Play in Education. Social Learning Examples Part 1: 100+ ways to use social media for learning. Social Learning Examples Part 2: using social media for different TYPES OF LEARNING. Jane Hart describes the learning intervention and then classifies it in one of these categories: 1. IOL - Intra-Organisational Learning - how social media can be used to keep the employees up to date and up to speed on strategic and other internal initiatives and activities 2. FSL - Formal Structured Learning - how educators (teachers, trainers, learning designers) as well as students can use social media within formal education and training 3. GDL - Group Directed Learning - how groups of individuals - teams, projects, study groups etc - can use social media to work and learn together (Note: a "group" could be as small as two people, so coaching and mentoring falls into this category) 4. PDL - Personal Directed Learning - how individuals can use social media for their own (self-directed) personal or professional learning 5. ASL - Accidental & Serendipitous Learning - how individuals, by using social media, can learn without consciously realising it (aka incidental or random learning). Collaborative Learning Activities Using Social Software Tools (using Elgg). The following activities were designed for use by self-paced (continuous enrolment) students working at a distance to add a social component to their learning. The activities are customized for the Me2U system (an instance of elgg.net) at Athabasca University, but should be applicable to a variety of social software tool sets and most specifically any ELGG powered system.. Teachers Without Borders. Our Vision Teachers Without Borders (TWB) envisions a world where teachers are viewed as the natural and obvious key to human welfare . Our Mission Teachers Without Borders supports teacher leaders, worldwide, with professional development opportunities and tools that connect them with information and each other so that they may play a more vital role in their communities. We focus on teachers with initiative, who are passionate about their subjects and compassionate towards children. Welcome to the Certificate of Teaching Mastery The Certificate of Teaching Mastery (CTM) is a free, self-paced and mentor-supported teacher professional development program http://pcourses.teacherswithoutborders.org/certificate-teaching-mastery-5-courses. Web 2.0 for schools-mindomo. what new skills and knowledge are required for learning professionals?. How To Make E Learning Work - in Spanish. Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009. Collaborative Learning Activities Using Social Software ToolsSubtema. The following activities were designed for use by self-paced (continuous enrolment) students working at a distance to add a social component to their learning. The activities are customized for the Me2U system (an instance of elgg.net) at Athabasca University, but should be applicable to a variety of social software tool sets and most specifically any ELGG powered system. This listing is under revision and feedback or suggestions for additional activities are most welcomed to the authors: Donna Cameron firstname.lastname@example.org Terry Anderson Terrya@athabascau.ca The document is copyright to Athabasca University. The work is licensed under a Creative Commons, non-commercial, attribution license that permits derivative works.. Social networks used in educational environments or for educational purposes. Classroom 2.0. Welcome to Classroom20.com, the social network for those interested in Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in education. We encourage you to sign up to participate in the great discussions here, to receive event notifications, and to find and connect with colleagues.. ACOT2: Apple Classroom Of Tomorrow Today, Preparing Students for Life and Work in a Changing World. http://e-learning-teleformacion.blogspot.com/2009/12/acot2-apple-classroomms-of-tomorrow.html. Internet en el Aula - Red educativa para una Escuela del siglo XXI. New learners for the new economy. Free Technology for Teachers. Welcome to Google for Educators. Online Learning Techniques: Using Wikis and Blogs for Assessment in First Year Engineering. R2D2: A model for using technology in education | eSchoolNews.com. 60 Technology Skills We Should Be Teaching in College. Checklist de Competencias, habilidades digitales básicas | El caparazon http://www.dreig.eu/caparazon/2009/09/16/checklist-competencias-habilidades-digitales-basicas/. How to Succeed as a Do-it-Yourself e-Learning Developer. Are you a lone and do-it-yourself e-Learning designer or developer? Have you just been assigned to jump-start your e-Learning programs? Are you planning to move into e Learning, or have you been burdened with the huge expectations of your leaders? If you are in any of these situations, this workshop is for you. Seven out of ten e-Learning projects are done by self-starters, lone rangers, and do-it-yourselfers, yet most of the e-Learning design and development processes and software are intended for big enterprises, and require several team members. In this session, you will learn: * Inexpensive and easy-to-use approaches in the DIY e-Learning Process * Shortcuts to instructional design, course development, programming, and e Learning program delivery * Tips to avoid the costly, time-consuming, and highly-frustrating methods used for the big enterprises * The toolkits and sources for free or low cost graphic libraries, free graphic software, and lesson, audio, and video editing * Simple project management methods to save time and improve your efficiency * Approaches to managing the unreasonable expectations of your leaders * Simple techniques for budgeting and presenting the results of your e-Learning programs. Building Your Own Second Life Learning Environments. Instructional and e-Learning designers know how important virtual worlds are for learning opportunities. But while use of Second Life as a learning environment is growing, most corporate training budgets are shrinking, making it challenging for designers to learn and experiment in this exciting new technology. Session participants will learn how to design their own learning environments. You'll learn how to find and modify prebuilt objects like buildings, and how to use and customize interactive objects such as media players, teleport stations, whiteboards, and assignment repositories. The key is learning where and how to get started. This workshop is all about "doing it yourself," and you'll learn everything you need to design your own working prototypes for your organization. You'll also learn appropriate ways to advocate for virtual worlds within your organization. In this session, you will learn: * How to find, buy, and rent land for building * How to build and customize objects * How to texture objects with your organization's branding * How to design custom learning environments in Second Life * How to configure interactions for learning such as video players, slide shows, e-books, media galleries, and whiteboards. Producing Successful Synchronous Online Sessions. Virtual online (synchronous) training sessions are a viable alternative to in-person sessions, but they can be challenging to deliver successfully - especially when you're trying to do it on your own. This session is for the person who is tasked with preparing materials, juggling technology, controlling audio, and managing participant interactions online. You CAN do it - but it takes preparation, organization, and a level head. In this session you will learn how you, too, can create successful online sessions using good preparation methods and tools.. Designing Scenario-based e-Learning(problem-based or goal-based learning). Scenario-based learning (SBL), also called problem-based learning or goal-based learning creates a moment of need by starting the teaching episode with a work-realistic problem or scenario. As learners address the scenario, they also learn job-relevant knowledge and skills. Because learning starts with a relevant challenge, motivation to engage in training is often higher than traditional show-and-tell e-Learning. Participants in this session will learn what scenario-based e-Learning is and how it can accelerate gaining of expertise. You'll learn the kinds of content, and the learners, scenario-based e-Learning is most appropriate for, and design guidelines for planning scenario-based e-Learning. In this session, you will learn: * The key features of scenario-based e-Learning * The research evidence showing acceleration of expertise with scenario-based e Learning * How to apply a SBL design model to participant learning goals * How to draft storyboards for an SBL e-lesson * How to plan a sequence of scenarios for a course * How to minimize the "flounder factor" that can disrupt SB e-Learning Audience: Intermediate and advanced e-Learning course designers and developers with two or more years of experience.. Strategies for Enterprise Learning in Virtual Worlds. Virtual Worlds hold exciting promise for companies looking to capitalize on opportunities to collaborate more effectively, learn more immersively, and build corporate culture and business relationships, even when you can't meet in person. In the last few years the number of available virtual worlds has grown dramatically. But what virtual world technology is right for your organization? What are the unique characteristics of current platforms, and what criteria should you use to evaluate these platforms? This interactive workshop will allow participants to experience first-hand the unique features of virtual worlds for enterprise learning, including: Protosphere, OLIVE, Second Life, Multiverse, Qwaq, VastPark, OpenSim, VenueGen, and ActiveWorlds. In this session you'll review each virtual world technology against criteria for developing immersive learning environments. You'll review examples of learning environments developed in each technology. You'll leave with a broad knowledge of the currently available virtual worlds for learning, and an evaluation plan for reviewing emerging technologies. In this session, you will learn: * The criteria for developing immersive learning environments * About the various virtual world platforms available for enterprise use * How to create an evaluation plan for reviewing emerging technologies Audience: Intermediate and advanced e-Learning designers and developers with a basic understanding of virtual worlds.. E-Learning Project Management. This one-day project management course will provide you with a simple phased approach for analysis, planning, executing, and managing e-Learning projects. You will learn how to design and manage a process for efficient and effective course production. You will get tips and techniques for getting your company behind your e-Learning projects. You'll learn how to quickly identify the types of courses you will be producing so that you can streamline the process. You will also be taught how to identify where, when, and how to manage outsourced projects. In this session, you will learn: * How to get cross-organizational buy-in on your e-Learning projects * How to identify the components you need to create a successful e-Learning project * How to develop an effective outsourced e-Learning development process * How to break your projects into manageable phases * How to get SMEs to provide course creators with material * How to get buy-in and support from management * How to organize and manage contractors * How to create a realistic schedule identifying when the courses, or series of courses, will be available. Best Practices for Making Video for e-Learning. Many organizations incorporate video into their e-Learning. But many still believe that video is too expensive and complex to use in their e-Learning design and development. But it's not! Creating video content can be fast, cheap, and surprisingly effective. What's the best way to look at the creation of video for e-Learning? What are best practices? What makes a best practice in video for e-Learning? In this session, participants will explore the best practices for the creation of video for e Learning. You'll learn video quality best practices, and how much quality you need to get the message and training to your audience of learners. You'll learn about hardware and software tools for video content creation at all levels of quality. And you'll create several videos of our own. You'll learn how to make good video fast, cheap, and easy, and get it online quickly. At the end of the day, you'll have learned what it takes to get video into the eyes and ears of your learning audience, and how easy it can be to create video content for e-Learning. In this session, you will learn: * The best practices for creating video content for e-Learning * The difference between good video content and bad video content * What tools work and what tools don't work to create the content you need * How to make a short video and get it quickly into the hands of your learners. Using Articulate (OpenOffice) to Quickly Design and Develop e-Learning Courses. The high cost and length of time needed to develop high quality, interactive, and engaging e-Learning courses diminish return on investment. PowerPoint-to-Flash converters have helped address this issue, but many focus on speed and simplicity, instead of on high quality e-Learning solutions. Articulate turns PowerPoint into a powerful e-Learning development tool with which users can combine their existing PowerPoint skills with a suite of Articulate tools to design and develop outstanding courses without learning Flash. In this session, participants will learn how to use Articulate to create seamless, high quality, engaging e-Learning courses. Participants with basic PowerPoint skills can begin using Articulate to develop e Learning courses without a steep learning curve. This active hands-on development workshop will let you work on your own problems, or on provided assets. In this session, you will learn: * How to take PowerPoint beyond a storyboarding tool to a powerful free-form e Learning authoring tool * How to add voice narration and audio to e-Learning courses * How to use animations effectively, and synchronize audio with them * A variety of PowerPoint shortcuts and tips to increase their e-Learning development skills * How to quickly create, edit, and save graphics in PowerPoint * How to add dazzling interactions using Articulate Engage * How to create amazing interactive quizzes and assessments * How to develop seamless scenarios and brief simulations * How to design and develop engaging course content, with hyperlinks and layering features Audience: Designers and developers who want to learn Articulate.. Organisational Learning Today - concept map. The year of the shift to Enterprise 2.0. How do I communicate the value of social media as a learning tool to my organisation?. Consultoria CICEI. McKinsey-Using technology to improve workforce collaboration. RRHH IMPROVING COLLABORATION The interactive graphic that accompanies this article provides a synthesis of our view on how organizations can improve collaboration. It draws upon our work with companies, non-profit organizations as well as our own research and that of outside sources. The graphic's multilevel approach to improving collaboration is based on the following steps: 1) classify workers by their workflow profile - the daily activities they do to perform their job 2) match new technologies to the workflows to extend collaboration efforts, improve effectiveness, and reduce inefficiencies. Social software for business. Innovacion en la Gestion: 25 Stretch Goals for Management. what fundamental changes will be needed in management principles, processes and practices? set of broadly shared beliefs about the importance of management, and a sense of urgency about reinventing management for a new age. These animating beliefs briefly are... First, that "management" -- the tools and methods we use to mobilize resources to productive ends -- is one of humankind's most important social technologies. Second, that the "management model" that predominates in most large organizations is now seriously out-of-date. This model has its roots in the late 19th century, and was invented to solve one overriding problem: how to get semi-skilled human beings to do the same things over and over again, with perfect replicability and ever-increasing efficiency. This was, and is, an important problem, but it is not the most important challenge for today's organizations. Third, that we must, therefore, reinvent management in ways that will make large organizations fundamentally more adaptable, more innovative and more inspiring places to work -- that will, in short, make them as human as the individuals who work within them.. Why Enterprise 2.0 Will Fail. Methods and Tools for Developing PKM Skills in theConnectivist Era. Sense-making with PKM. Creating your PKM processes. Almacenar INFO online. Identificar buenas tecnicas de busqueda. Usar Filtros de INFO. Aprender buenas tecnicas de busqueda. Organizar URLs. Construir MindMaps. Construir una pagina de recursos. Gestionar Bibliografia. Insertar 'notas' en recursos web. Usar BDs de referencias. How-to webinar on incorporating online training into your training tool kit. a practical how-to webinar on incorporating online training into your training tool kit. Attend this webinar to learn: - The value of adding online training to your repetoire - How to blend on-demand content into live webinars - Tips for delivering training to virtual and in-person audiences simultaneously. What Have I Learned at Work?. Lecture: How Kids Teach Themselves. Sugata Mitra (Education researcher). His "Hole in the Wall" experiments have shown that, in the absence of supervision or formal teaching, children can teach themselves and each other, if they're motivated by curiosity and peer interest.. Lecture: Your Mind. Vilayanur Ramachandran (Brain Expert) Neurologist V.S. Ramachandran looks deep into the brain's most basic mechanisms. By working with those who have very specific mental disabilities caused by brain injury or stroke, he can map functions of the mind to physical structures of the brain. Lecture: Your Mind. Lecture: The Surprising Science of Motivation. Dan Pink (Career Analyst) Bidding adieu to his last "real job" as Al Gore's speechwriter, Dan Pink went freelance to spark a right-brain revolution in the career marketplace. Lecture: The Surprising Science of Motivation. Lecture: The Human Brain and Muscular System. # # Marian Diamond (Professor, University of California Berkeley) Expertise: General Human Anatomy.. Educational Bloggign (Stephen Downes). The students at St-Joseph are reflective of a trend that is sweeping the world of online learning: the use of weblogs to support learning.. Aprender mediante Investigacion. Lo g your learning (twetting the process?). Microlearning: Beyond Learning Objects and Just-in-time Performance Support. The need and pressure to learn continually, coupled with limited time available to learn, make new digital media viable for professional development. Microlearning - the learning that results from "micro" content published in short form and limited by the software and devices used to view it - offers alternatives to traditional development methods for workers who deal with web-based information as part of their job. Let's discuss how microlearning might address the realities of learning in a digital age. Janet Clarey is a senior researcher and analyst with Brandon Hall Research, headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. Her background is in corporate learning and development, for which she has worked on curriculum development, instructional design, and learning technology implementations. http://www.brandon-hall.com/. Connectivisme: george siemens. George Siemens is Associate Director, R & D, Learning Technologies Centre at University of Manitoba. He is the founder Complexive Systems Inc., an research and learning lab focused on assisting organizations develop approaches to meet the needs of changing learners, employees, and global education and business environments. Siemens has keynoted and presented at national and international conferences. His publications and personal blogs can be accessed at www.elearnspace.org, www.knowingknowledge.com, http://ltc.umanitoba.ca/wordpress/, and www.connectivism.ca.. News from the Neurosciences. How would it affect educational systems if everyone truly believed that the human brain could change structurally and functionally as a result of learning and experience--for better or worse? How would it affect how we teach and how students learn if everyone believed that the kinds of environments we create for learning, how we teach, and the learning strategies we offer students could result in better mental equipment they will use throughout life? In News from the Neurosciences, you will find articles that support the validity of this concept, as well as articles of current interest on various other aspects of brain research and its implications for education.. How we Learn – the Challenge of the Personal Learning Environment Graham Attwell. 1.- A QUICK GUIDE TO SOCIAL LEARNING. 2.- EXAMPLES OF SOCIAL LEARNING. 3.-BUILDING A SOCIAL E-LEARNING STRATEGY (a nivel corporativo). This social learning resource is intended for those who are interested in implementing a social learning strategy in there organisation. It assumes a reasonably good level of knowledge and use of social media technologies (at least the contents of the Intro to Social Learning & Environments) as there will discussions around the use of social technologies in specific contexts This social learning resource will cover the following topics 1. Strategy and culture * The drivers for social learning within your organisation * The role of L&D in your organisation * Approaches to developing a social learning strategy appropriate for your organisation 2. Using social media for learning and working * For formal learning - design and delivery * For informal learning - informal learning skills * For collaborative working - building a collaborative culture 3. Implementing social learning * The technology options - what would work best in your organisation? * Dealing with sceptical managers and users * Setting up and managing learning communities and communities of practice * Developing social media guidelines - do you need them? * Measuring social learning success - how do you do this?. Your Guide Social Learning (strategies, tools and activities). Developing a Community Management Strategy. 40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy 2009 November 13 tags: community, community management, Media, Social Media, strategy by Venessa Miemis A practical guide for Community Management strategies, best practices, and resources.. Project Based Learning. Web 2.0. Envisioning the Future of Education and Technology. Innovative Learning Technologies. Digital Citizenship. Online Learning. Creativity and innovation. Learn how to integrate the NETS into your instruction. Puesta en marcha y mantenimiento de mi 'Identidad Digital': Managing Social Identity and Reputation. ¿Que es un Super Learner?- video. A brief presentation that describes skill sets of a super learner and what you can do to identify, develop, and enable them.. Identificar tendencias y patrones. pattern recognition - a skill acquired by learners that allows them to make decisions and learn from their network. "The value of pattern recognition and connecting our own "small worlds of knowledge" are apparent in the exponential impact provided to our personal learning." (Siemens 2005). The Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) Challenge: A New Learning Literacy (eLearner). The purpose of knowledge management is to provide support for improved decision making and innovation throughout the organization. This is achieved through the effective management of human intuition and experience augmented by the provision of information, processes and technology together with training and mentoring programmes. Jeff Cobb LearnSomething Web 2.0 technologies have exploded the possibilities for individuals to find and aggregate information, engage and collaborate with peers and experts, and manage their own personal e-portfolios for educational and career purposes. The generation of meaningful learning from these activities, however, requires more than software to facilitate the process: it requires a different mindset and a new set of skills for both learners and instructors. Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) describes a new learning literacy for the Web 2.0 environment. In this presentation we will consider how individuals can learn to appropriately value, structure, and engage with the overwhelming amount of information that flows across the Web and cultivate meaningful learning experiences. We will also examine the role of instructors in facilitating the development of personal knowledge management skills.. Crear mi Red Externa de Aprendizaje. Workplace Learning:Crear mi Espacio Personal de Trabajo y Aprendizaje (PLWE). "Another approach is to consider the PLE not as a specific tool, but rather as a concept, a way of organizing a variety of Web 2.0 technologies. The PLE would be unique to each user, and would change according to the user's needs and experiences." [Kompen R, Edirisingha P & Monguet J (2009). Crear mi Red Cognitiva de Aprendizaje. Crear mi e-Portfolio. Crear mi Base de K Personal (ontologia-Drupal). Personal knowledge management is a way to address the problem of too much information. It is based on the idea of taking responsibility for our own learning, integrating it with our daily work and sharing it with others. This presentation will cover some processes as well as suggestions... for creating a personally contextualized knowledge base, using free and available tools. Harold Jarche is an independent consultant focused on online collaboration for working and learning. With over 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors, Harold helps organizations make sense of the Web for community building, professional development and communication. For more than five years, Harold's readers and clients have received a wealth of information from this popular blog. http://www.jarche.com/. Participar en Redes Sociales de Aprendizaje. Building a social learning environment. Case studies of how we have helped a number of organisations (from education and workplace learning - including University of East London and Worldwide Fund for Nature) build social learning environments using the Elgg open social engine, highlighting some of the drivers, issues and successes along the way. Jane Hart is a Social Learning Consultant. She is the founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies where she provides free resources on (e-) and social learning including the Directory of Learning Tools, the Top 100 Tools for Learning and the Connexions Directory. She is also the author of a number of blogs including Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day and Social Media in Learning. Building a social learning environment (Jane Hart). I've just completed the third in a series of 3 articles for Inside Learning Technologies magazine. The first two appeared in the November and December editions, the third will appear in the Conference Edition in January - but you can preview it here. The series looks at three different ways of creating a social learning environment - for free or at low cost: * Part 1 - Using free public social media tools, October 2009 * Part 2 - Using Google tools, November 2009 * Part 3 - Using Elgg, an open source social engine, January 2010 I've also created a chart that conmpares the 3 different ways in terms of the social media functionality they offer.. What Your 21st Century CV Needs & Requires. Strategic skills. These managerial skills are applied in the development and implementation of an organisation's e-learning strategy. They include - analysing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats with regard to the use of e-learning in the organisation; - establishing an overall strategy for the use of e-learning; - setting up the technical infrastructure; - overcoming any resistance among key stakeholders; - marketing the e-learning strategy; and - evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of e- and blended learning programmes. Curriculum design skills. These skills apply to the design of any learning intervention, whether or not it has an e-learning element. Skills include: - analysing the learning requirement, the target audience characteristics, and the practical constraints and opportunities; - selecting effective methods for each key stage or element in the intervention; and - choosing learning media to deliver each of these methods efficiently. Content creation skills. E-learning content can take many forms, and commonly represents an element in a blended solution. The skills include: - project-managing the content creation process; - designing the content; - preparing the written and spoken elements, the interactions and test items; - sourcing audio-visual assets; - using authoring tools to build the content; and - testing and refining the content. Facilitation skills. As e-learning evolves, it is as likely to involve communication and collaboration between learners and facilitators. The skills include: - facilitating live online sessions using web conferencing tools or virtual worlds; - setting up a learning intervention in a virtual environment or learning management system; - designing and facilitating online learning activities; and - employing IT effectively in the classroom. Skills for learning professionals. My basic premise was that working and learning in networks is an important aspect of professionalism: Today, active involvement in informal learning, particularly through web-based communities, is key to remaining professional and creative in a field. Being a learning professional in a Web 2.0 world is becoming more about your network than your current knowledge. I said that the main skill needed by learning professionals is attitude, especially being open to continuous learning and opening up your learning to public view in order to collaborate with other professionals. Last year, I concluded: If we limit our conversations to only those in the same office, we're missing out. People with larger and more diverse networks have an advantage as learning professionals and in dealing with change. This constant flow of sense-making through conversations in our workplace networks makes the idea of learning as a fixed event in a specific place look obsolete. This year, I would add that it's not just an advantage to belong to diverse professional networks but that the situation has tipped so that it is now a significant disadvantage to not actively participate in social learning networks.. 4 Meta Skills for Learning Professionals. My friends and colleagues already nailed most of what I would write (see links below) , addressing the full range from technical to social. So I want to focus in on three "meta" skills that may be a little harder to quantify, but which I feel are at the root of most of the other skills already mentioned. As I start to write them, perhaps "skills" is the wrong word. These are beliefs, values, and attitudes. 1. Self Awareness 2. Generosity 3. Humility 4. Willingness to Risk What skills do you think learning professionals need? Which of them are new beyond the technical? ;-). Twelve Essentials for Tecnology Integration. Beyond Google. The Google Certified Teacher. CV&A Consulting. CV&A somos una empresa de consultoría de Aprendizaje y Gestión del Conocimiento formada por expertos en sistemas de conocimiento. ¿Que hacemos? Obtenemos el máximo rendimiento en los entornos de formación y garantizamos la mejor experiencia de aprendizaje. Soluciones & Servicios * Desarrollos a medida * Implementaciones, Integraciones & Migraciones * Desarrollo de Contenidos & Píldoras de Conocimiento * Soluciones Integrales de Aprendizaje * Moodle: Instalación, Implementación & Alojamiento * Formación para Administradores, Autores, Tutores, & Profesores * Alojamiento, Mantenimiento & Soporte * Diseño Instructivo * Sistemas de Conocimiento. Strategic knowledge sharing and collaboration tool: Lotus Connections. You can use the widgets that are supplied, or add your own: * Profiles lists your colleagues, along with their new activities, blogs, and bookmarks. * Wikis shows new entries in the Wikis you follow * Files lists the files that have been shared with you and lets you upload new files of your own * Blogs lists the latest blog entries your colleagues have made. * Bookmarks shows "My bookmarks," Popular bookmarks, your Watchlist, and recent bookmarks. * Communities lists the communities fo which you belong. * Activities shows new activities, new entries in high priority activities, and a quick view of all the activities in which you participate.. Google Bookmarks. Diigo. Delicious. Connectivism and Connective Knowledge 2009. Knowing Knowledge. elearnspace/blog. Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning. 2.1.- 100+ ways to use social media for learning. 2.2.- Using social media for different types of learning. The Community Maturity Model. Community management is becoming a lot more common at all sorts of organizations - driven by adoption of people doing more and more online and the social media tools that allow for easy conversation and collaboration. As that happens,however, there is a lot of friction due to lack of standards -not just technical standards but also standard expectations and understanding of what community management is and what should be expected of it. Discipline of community management. Our first effort to define the discipline is our Community Maturity Model: This model does two things. First, it defines the eight competencies we think are required for successful community management. Second, it attempts - at a high level - to articulate how these competencies progress from organizations without community management that are still highly hierarchical to those that have embraced a networked business ecosystem approach to their entire organization. We use this model in a number of ways: * As a mental model for understanding all the areas and skill sets required for community management and hopefully, to remind community managers that it is about assembling a internal team to gather all the required skills - not to try and be the expert in all of them individually * As a tool for community managers to educate and set the expectations of colleagues and advocates within the organization * As a roadmap for community managers looking to understand what is important to do given their current state of evolution, and in what order * To organize content, programing, and conversations within The Community Roundtable * As a way to categorize and find best practices and case studies - we will be working with our members on both Quick Cases (techniques and methodologies) as well as full case studies and be matching those with the appropriate box on the matrix * As a good model over the long term to develop training. Tools and Resources for Monitoring and Managing Your Online Reputation. How-To: Influence Influencers- Bloggers, Tweeters & Others. Want to get the right people talking about you and your business in a flattering light? Word of mouth marketing has always been an important vehicle for getting the word out about your business. Social media opens up a range of opportunities for leveraging the power of word-of-mouth. In every social media circle there are people who have more influence than others. Whatever niche your business is in, it's likely there are a handful of bloggers that are highly popular and influential. There are also people who have large numbers of followers on Twitter whose tweets are retweeted with high frequency. When one of these bloggers or Tweeters mentions your company or links to your website, the impact can be tremendous (positive or negative). Understanding and identifying who the influential people are in your niche is important. And it's equally important to understand how to reach out them to build relationships that will benefit your business. It's also important to understand what NOT to do. In this article, I've pulled together resources, tips and advice that can help you identify influential bloggers and other social media users and develop strategies to engage your targeted influencers in ways that will help you achieve your objectives. I've included a special section on Blogger outreach and relations as well. Finally, there's a section on tools and lists to help you in your efforts.. How-To: Build & Manage Your Brand Identity with Social Media. Trying to figure out the best way to brand yourself or establish your company's brand identity on social media sites? Deciding whether to set up separate Twitter accounts - a personal account and a company account? Looking for tools to manage multiple social media profiles and identities more effectively? There are a host of important considerations, challenges and opportunities in building either your own or your company's online presence and brand identity via social media. In this post we've gathered wide range of resources, advice and tools to help you build and manage your social media brand identity more effectively. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/how-to-build-and-manage-your-social-media-brand-identity/#ixzz0bAJhLgfP. Conectivismo-G. Siemens. WOMMA: Word of Mouth Marketing Association. Word of mouth marketing is the most effective form of marketing in existence as it combines the newest strategies, tactics, and channels with the most basic human behavior: People like to talk! But the word of mouth marketing industry is incredibly fast-paced and fluid with important new practices, debates, and trends continually emerging. WOMMA is a coalition comprised of hundreds of top marketers who are learning how to encourage and amplify this natural phenomenon while respecting and protecting its honesty and integrity. Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day. Knowledge Works Foundation. Tendencias en tecnología y aprendizaje 2010: Horizon report. How to use Twitter for Social Learning-Jane Hart. Methods and Tools for Developing PKM Skills in theConnectivist Era. Sense-making with PKM. Creating your PKM processes. Seek Sense Share. My (Harold Jarche) working definition of personal knowledge management: PKM: a set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world, work more effectively and contribute to society. PKM is also an enabling process for wirearchy: " a dynamic two-way flow of power and authority based on knowledge, trust, credibility and a focus on results enabled by interconnected people and technology". Learning bloggers. Revistas + Revistas online. Comparing Six Ways to Identify Top Blogs in Any Niche. the 2009 Edublog Award winners. The Edublog Award Categories…. 1. Best individual blog 2. Best individual tweeter 3. Best group blog 4. Best new blog 5. Best class blog 6. Best student blog 7. Best resource sharing blog 8. Most influential blog post 9. Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion 10. Best teacher blog 11. Best librarian / library blog 12. Best educational tech support blog 13. Best elearning / corporate education blog 14. Best educational use of audio 15. Best educational use of video / visual 16. Best educational wiki 17. Best educational use of a social networking service 18. Best educational use of a virtual world 19. Lifetime achievement. Creating Your PLN Using Twitter. Gina Hartman, Educational Technology Specialist from Francis Howell School District has made a great presentation about how Twitter and wikis can be used by teachers to create their own personal learning network and allow themselves to connect with others from around the world. To help teachers in this process, Gina has set up a wiki Twitter4Teachers which contains pages of useful contacts divided up according to subject and area of interest. The page for foreign languages teachers is here and features a wealth of MFL colleagues who are already using the microblogging tool to feed their PLN.. Redes Sociales de Aprendizaje. Personas. How to build a PLN?. Ejemplos. Personal Learning Environments - Concept not Tool. Your PLN. Personal Learning Environment Workshop. What is a Personal Learning Environment?. The Future of Online Learning and Personal Learning Environments. PLE' links: a MUST. The National Research Council of Canada PLE Project. Stephen Downes, the project leader: "Our priority is learning, and we believe the best learning happens through engagement and direct personal experience, which is the type of learning we believe is best created and managed using a personal learning environment.". Diseño de mi Ecologia de Aprendizaje. Entornos personales de Aprendizaje. Como diseñar tu propio PLE. Sue Waters, editora de The Edublogger, comparte desde su wiki un interesante manual para iniciarse en la construcción de un Entorno Personal de Aprendizaje. Este manual, especialmente la parte referente a las herramientas, se desarrolló a partir de las respuestas de 160 personas al siguiente cuestionario: 1. ¿Qué es lo mas importante que has aprendido de tu PLE? 2. Clasifica las herramientas de tu PLE según su importancia 3. ¿Qué cinco herramientas recomendarías como punto de partida para construir un PLE? 4. ¿Que cinco consejos darías a la gente que quiera comenzar a desarrollar su PLE. Favourite Workplace Learning Blogs (Harold Jarche). Top 125 Workplace eLearning Posts of 2009. Grow Your Personal Learning Network. Base de Conocimiento Personal. E-portfolios como instrumentos para evaluar competencias genéricas en estudios a distancia. Este artículo analiza, por un lado, los cursos universitarios a distancia con numerosos procesos de e-learning y, por otro lado, la necesidad de evaluar el rendimiento de los estudiantes. Nos centramos en las conocidas como competencias "genéricas" o "clave", cada vez más demandadas como parte de los objetivos académicos. Sin embargo, no resulta fácil integrar las competencias genéricas en entornos de e-learning, pues requieren sofisticados instrumentos de evaluación, ya que los exámenes tradicionales no son suficientes. En este artículo se discute la idoneidad de los portfolios para satisfacer esos requisitos. Nuestra intención es desarrollar un portfolio de evaluación que integre, al mismo tiempo, elementos de autorreflexión y de retroacción (feedback). En primer lugar, describimos el marco teórico y organizativo en el que se basa nuestra propuesta. En este contexto, esbozamos el modelo de competencias subyacente e identificamos competencias genéricas como parte de los objetivos académicos. A continuación nos referimos a los antecedentes institucionales y organizativos de los cursos a distancia. Esto conduce a la necesidad de realizar evaluaciones y a algunas conclusiones sobre la composición de los portfolios. Como último paso básico, definimos el método de portfolio en función de la finalidad de la evaluación. En la segunda parte extraemos las conclusiones de estos fundamentos y asumimos que los portfolios son adecuados para estimular estrategias de aprendizaje científicas, creativas y en colaboración a fin de definir las competencias genéricas de referencia. Concluimos el artículo con unas consideraciones finales y sugerencias sobre el diseño de portfolios de evaluación, así como con referencias al módulo sobre "Planes de aprendizaje profesional" de uno de nuestros cursos de máster.. Guide to Using Free Tools to Create an Online Portfolio ». Welcome to the Guide to Using Free Tools to Create an Online Portfolio for Work or School. This was created to provide additional notes, resources and examples for participants in my Using Free Tools to Create an Online Portfolio webinar. If you have any questions about any of the information you find here or would be interested in taking the webinar please contact me at email@example.com. Best regards, Michele Martin The Bamboo Project Blog Secciones: * Introduction * Vocabulary * Six Steps to Creating Your Online Portfolio * STEP ONE: Purpose * STEP TWO: Artifacts * STEP THREE: Tools * STEP FOUR: Structure * STEP FIVE: Create! * STEP SIX: Share * Portfolio Samples * Resources. Helen Barret' Portfolio. Red Social Redinamiza. SoLEARN: Social Learning Space. Talk Physics: Linking teachers of physics. The personal learning network for educators .The Educator's PLN. Implementation, customisation and use of ELGG in businesses and education (Jane Hart). Part 1 - Using free public social media tools, October 2009 NETVIBES-. In this series of 3 articles I will be looking at three ways to build a social learning environment for free or at low cost. What is a social learning environment (SLE) and how is it different from a learning management system (LMS)? Most traditional LMS provide the functionality to upload course content, deliver it to learners and track and monitor usage. They generally have very little, if any social functionality, and where it is present, it only supports social learning within a formal, course context. A SLE, on the other hand is a place where individuals and groups of individuals can come together and co-create content, share knowledge and experiences, and learn from one another to improve their personal and professional productivity; and is also a place that can be used both to extend formal content-based e-learning to provide social interaction with the learners and tutors, as well as to underpin informal learning and working in the organisation. In other words a SLE doesn't manage, control and track users but rather provides an open environment for them to work and learn collaboratively. Is a SLE the same as a social network? A SLE is much more than just a social network since it provides a wide range of social functionality, which can be used whenever required. But more than this it supports the integration of the tools such that they are easily available to users. This might be via a personal dashboard or through an integrated suite of tools within a platform. How can you build a social learning environment using best-of-breed, free, public, social media tools?. Building a social learning environment: Part 2 - Using GOOGLE APPs- iGOOGLE. In Part 1, I described a Social Learning Environment (SLE) as (a) a place where individuals can come together to co-create content, share knowledge and experiences, and learn from one another to improve their personal and professional productivity; and (b) a place that can be used both to extend formal content-based e-learning to provide social interaction with the learners and tutors, as well as to underpin informal learning and working in the organisation. But the key thing, for me, about a SLE is that it doesn't focus on managing, controlling and tracking users but rather on providing an open environment for them to work and learn collaboratively. In Part 1, I listed what I considered to be 10 key elements of a SLE: social networking, tagging, social bookmarking, file sharing, communication, collaboration, blogging, podcasting, RSS syndication and micro-blogging. I also showed how a SLE could be built using best-of-breed, free, public, social media tools and "integrated" using a personal dashboard service. However, although there were great advantages in this approach - namely the huge range of tools available to choose from, and the relative ease to set them up and use, I identified a number of significant disadvantages for organisational use, e.g. the possible duplication of functionality across the different tools, with users ending up maintaining different profiles on different systems, the fact that there is little if no interoperability between these tools, and no single-sign on, which means that users will need to have different logins to the different tools. So in this second part of the series I am going to take a look at how these disadvantages might be addressed using the range of Google tools. To summarise then, the versatility and sophistication of the full range of Google online tools is unbeatable, however, for some teams or organisations the disadvantages may still outweigh the advantages. In the next edition of this magazine, I am going to address these disadvantages and take a look at how to create a fully integrated, seamless and customised social learning environment that provides a secure and private place for individuals to work and learn together - using the open source social engine, Elgg. Meanwhile if you'd like to find out more about social technologies and social learning environments, take a look at my social learning resources.. Building a social learning environment: Part 3 - Using Elgg - Enero2010. Chart Comparison of 3 different ways. How-To: Grow Your Social Media Network. We've all heard the expression "It's not what you know, it's who you know." In social media, who you know -- or who knows you -- can certainly make all the difference. That's why figuring out who to connect with and taking the time to build relationships with these people is key to leveraging the power of social media Want to build your own social media network more effectively? We've put together a roundup of tools, resources and great advice to help you grow your network - in two groupings. The first group of links contain tools and advice on finding the people you want to connect with - colleagues and also those people who are the influentials in your areas. The second group serves up expert resources and advice to help you connect, build and nourish your network once you identify the right people. Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/ultimate-how-to-grow-your-social-media-network/#ixzz0bAQtCId6 . Read more: http://www.interactiveinsightsgroup.com/blog1/ultimate-how-to-grow-your-social-media-network/#ixzz0bAQoht8O. EuroPass CV Templates in 26 Languages. job marketing tips and skills. Connectivism and Connective Knowledge Online Course 2009 support WIKI.. Connectivism and Connective Knowledge: Online Course 2009 support wiki. Welcome to the Connectivism and Connective Knowledge Online Course 2009 support wiki. Syllabus, weekly schedule, and speaker's list will be posted in August, 2009. The syllabus from last year's (2008) course can be accessed here. Course tags: CCK09 Contents * 1 Course Details * 2 Weekly Activities * 3 Learner Assignments and Evaluation * 4 Resources and general information * 5 Week 1: What is Connectivism? (September 14-20) * 6 Week 2: Patterns of connections: Attributes of networks (September 21-27) * 7 Week 3: Connectives and Collectives (September 28-October 4) * 8 Week 4: Connective Knowledge: Is epistemology still relevant? (October 5-11) * 9 Week 5: Conference Week: Personal Learning Environments & Networks(October 12-18) * 10 Week 6: Complex Adaptive Systems (October 19-25) * 11 Week 7: Power & Authority (October 26-November 1) * 12 Week 8: Openness & Transparency (November 2-8) * 13 Week 9: Net Pedagogy: How shall we teach? (November 9-15) * 14 Week 10: Research (November 16-22) * 15 Week 11: Weltanschauung: Changing views, changing systems (November 23-29) * 16 Week 12: From grassroots to policy (November 30-December 6) * 17 Learner Evaluation. Situating Connectivism. Relation to Existing Theories of Learning and Knowing: * 1 Epistemology * 2 Knowledge as related to mind * 3 What is our mind like? * 4 Definition of Learning * 5 What should a learning theory do? * 6 History's crime * 7 Behaviorism * 8 Cognitivism * 9 Motivation * 10 Constructivism * 11 Piaget * 12 Social constructivism * 13 Constructionism * 14 Connectionism * 15 Situated Learning * 16 Activity Theory * 17 Biological Views of Learning * 18 Conclusion * 19 Further Reading:. Knowing Knowledge, pdf. Welcome to elearnspace!. elearnspace (George Siemens). elearnspace (George Siemens) The mastermind (together with Stephen Downes) behind Connectivism, the only learning theory that makes sense in the online learning world. His reflections and ramblings will keep you updated with e-learning, knowledge management, networks, technology, community development, and corporate learning. Also, check out his Knowing Knowledge book (Free!), which reflects the future of knowledge and learning.. OLDaily (Stephen Downes). If you are looking for the latest news, trends, reflections, etc. in the (online) learning world, Stephen Downes is the ultimate synthesizer (that I have come across) of what is going on. I love the way he reflects and extracts the essence (or what he finds interesting) of all the articles, sites, tools, resources, etc. he discovers in his daily online newsletter (excluding weekends!). You might also want to also check out his homepage to discover all the other stuff he is doing, including his other excellent reflective blog (Half an Hour) and video recordings of all his presentations.. Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day (Jane Hart). If you are looking for the latest e-learning (or 'learning') tools and resources, Jane Hart's blog is simply 'Toolicious'! Also, check out Jane Hart's amazing directory of 3000+ learning tools. In addition, I love the fact that she provides us with a weekly round-up of the new learning tools added to the tools directory. Her blog posts are concise, attractive, and juicy. Besides that you just have to check out her Social Media in Learning guide, which is simply a goldmine for anyone who is clueless, or wants to learn how to implement social learning, or web 2.0 tools in their teaching and learning environments.. Learning and working on the Web. ELearningLearning (Tony Karrer). It is not really a list, but an amazing aggregator of excellent workplace or corporate learning blogs and posts filtered out by Tony Karrer. Just subscribe to this one, and you are basically subscribing to tons of great corporate or workplace learning blogs. Actually, it is a blog post repository in itself, and you will find the indexing, Monthly top featured posts, best from.., etc. very exciting (Well at least I did!).. Clive on Learning (Clive Shepherd). If you are looking for reflections from an experienced expert on instructional design and insights on educational trends, I believe Clive Shepherd's excellent blog will nourish you well. He is also the man behind the 30-minute and 60-minute Masters in Instructional Design (or rapid e-learning design). Also, check out Clive's 33 Columns! Although, he does not post as often as some of the other super learning bloggers, his reflections and insights into education, instructional design, online learning, etc. is worth the wait.. ZaidLearn. http://zaidlearn.blogspot.com/2009/09/best-edu-blogs-on-planet.html. The Rapid eLearning Blog (Tom Kuhlmann). When you think about improving your rapid e-Learning, instructional design, PowerPoint or graphic creation skills, Tom Kuhlmann's Rapid eLearning blog provides you with a lot of great advice, tips, examples and short-cuts (One word = Amazing!). Also, don't forget to get his free elearning ebook while you're there. In short, this blog is my favourite 'Rapid e-Learning' learning blog!. Using ICT in Further Education (Patricia Donaghy). If it wasn't for Patricia's persuasion to join the Twitter world, I suppose I would still only be blogging (Thanks for the push!). I always seem to discover some new learning or graphic tool, or resource every time I visit her blog. Besides her wonderful blog, we just got to take our hats off to her exceptional work developing and nurturing the International Edubloggers Directory and Free Resources for Education blogs. WOW!. Ismael Peña-López (ICTlogy). Box of Tricks J.Picardo-. eLearning Technology. Tony Karrer's eLearning Blog on e-Learning Trends eLearning 2.0 eLearning Solutions Enterprise 2.0 Personal Learning Informal Learning Corporate eLearning eLearning Design Authoring Tools Rapid e-Learning Tools eLearning (e-Learning) e-Learning Software Blended e-Learning e-Learning Tools Open Source eLearning e-Learning ROI and Metrics. Tiscar. Interactive Insights Group. Dion Hinchcliffe. Andrew McAfee. Maria H. Andersen. Interactive Insights groups (HOW_TOs). Jhon Seely Brown. Graham Attwell. Cristobal Cobo. Internet Time Alliance. Social Media In Learning (Jane Hart). ID and Other Reflections (alma gemela). Instructional Designer and learner, believe in informal learning... Sahana Chattopadhyay Mumbai, Pune, Maharashtra, India. Free Learning Monitor Newsletter. eLearn Magazine. Law Practice Magazine — The Business of Practicing Law. Network to support VET trainers in Europe. Jane Hart. Fernette Eide. Janet Clarey. Richard Byrne. Christine Martell. Joan Vinall Cox. Beth Kanter. Anne Bartlett-Bragg. Karyn Romeis. Lilia Efimova. http://blog.mathemagenic.com/ the foremost expert in the use of blogs for knowledge work.. Anne Marie McEwan. My Personal Learning Environment. My Personal Learning Environment: For me it is a place where I park my ideas and knowledge, links and reading resources, it is a bit like a slice of my brain on the web! The second purpose of the site is that others can plug in to my ideas, readings and links and learn new things for themselves - it is my way of sharing! The second purpose of the site is that others can plug in to my ideas, readings and links and learn new things for themselves - it is my way of sharing! Another purpose relates to branding. People visiting the site should get a much better sense of who I am, what I do, what I like, not just professionally but also personally. michaeleury.com http://www.stickylearning.com.au/stickylearning/2009/09/my-personal-learning-environment.html. Maria’s Mindomo map for Organizing Your Digital Self. Maria's Mindomo map for Organizing Your Digital Self Note: This map contains many of the resources that were presented during the session and others that were not. Sites listed below were highlighted specifically during the session. http://tinyurl.com/9kd35u. A Collection of PLE diagrams. What is a PLE?. how to get started yourself... Social Learning Sessions. Elgg Campus. Social Learning Academy. Building a social learning environment. Blog- All things Elgg, Jane Hart. What is SoLearn?. What is SoLEARN? SoLearn is our social learning environment - it is a place for individuals to come together and share resources, ideas and experiences for formal courses or for informal learning and working. SoLearn is powered by Elgg, the leading open source social engine. Our customised installation of Elgg at SoLearn provides a number of social media tools that we believe are key for personal and group learning and working: It includes the following functionality * Social networking - to establish and build online relationships with others * Social bookmarking - storing and sharing links to web resources * File-sharing - to create, store and/or share files in all formats: pictures, videos, presentations, documents, etc * Communication - to connect with others both in real time and asynchronously via email * Collaboration - synchronously or asynchronously to work together and co-create documents, * Blogging - to read, comment on and write blog posts * Podcasting - to share and listen to audio (MP3) files * RSS feeds - to subscribe to and read blog and web news feeds * Micro-blogging - to send, receive and reply to short messages with others * Tagging content - to bind related content together from across the site Members of SoLearn can therefore create, organise and manage their own personal resources and contacts etc as well as work and learn together with others in groups - co-creating and sharing content and resources.. Consultoria Jane Hart. SOCIAL LEARNING IN A BOX Services + Solutions to build a Social Learning Environment We can get you up and running very quickly and cost-effectively with your very own social learning environment We recommend the free, open source Elgg social engine to power your social learning environment (SLE). Elgg is a free, open source social engine, so there are no licence costs to pay. Elgg allows users to create, organise and manage their own personal resources and contacts as well as work and learn together with others in groups - co-creating and sharing content and resources. We can set up and support your Elgg-powered SLE as follows. Set up and customisation 1. Initial set up - * Hosting - We set up Elgg on your internal servers or arrange for it to be hosted externally for you. * Functionality - We will install a range of core and 3rd party plug-ins that will provide you with essential functionality for a social learning environment, e.g. social networking, social bookmarking, blogs, wikis, discussion forums, live chat, file-sharing, calendaring, RSS feed reader 2. Customisation - * Functionality - We can further the customise the environment to your own specific requirements, if required * Look and feel - We can customise its look and feel to match your own branding.. pontydysgu. Learning Anorak consultancy.
Para garantizar la adquisicion de las eCompetencias propuestas, es critico contar con un Marco o Sistema de Apoyo, que contemple diferentes componentes.
Estandares para la Sociedad RED. - Focalizacion hacia habilidades, conocimientos y expertise para la Sociedad y Economia en RED - Generar comprension de los mismos con incrustaciones en las materias clave, y temas interdisciplinares, para la Sociedad y Economia en RED - Enfatizar una comprension profunda en lugar de conocimiento superficial - Implicar a los estudiantes con datos, expertos y herramientas del mundo real, que se encontraran en las aulas, el trabajo y la vida en general; los estudiantes aprenden mejor cuando estan implicados en la resolucion de problemas significativos - Permitir diferentes maneras de medir o evaluar su 'mastery' (nivel de 'expertise' alcanzado). Evaluar/Medir nivel de 'mastery' y efectividad del Sistema. -Contemplar un balance de diferentes tipos de evaluaciones, incluyendo 'chequeos' estandarizados de alta calidad, junto con efectivas evaluaciones de aula formativas y sumativas - Enfatizar una util realimentacion acerca del rendimiento del estudiante, inserta en el aprendizaje diario - Se requiere un balance de evaluaciones formativa, sumativa y soportada por la tecnologia, que midan el 'mastery' (comprehensive -complete; including all or nearly all elements or aspects of something- knowledge or skill in a subject or accomplishmen -skill or ability in an activity/ an activity that a person can do well, typically as a result of study or practice-) de los estudiantes en relacion a las eCompetencias de la Sociedad RED - Posibilitar un balanceado potfolio del trabajo del estudiante que demuestre 'mastery' de las eCompetencias para los profesores y empleadores - Posibilitar un balanceado portfolio de medidas par a evaluar la efectividad del sistema educativo y/o de formacion respecto a los niveles de competencia alcanzado por los estudiantes. Curriculum e Instruccion. - Enseñar las eCompetencias incorporandolas discretamente en el contexto de las materias clave y temas interdisciplinares - Focalizarse o poner atencion en proporcionar oportunidades para aplicar las eCompetencias en las areas de contenidos (o espacios de conocimiento correspondientes), asi como un planteamiento de aprendizaje orientado a competencias - Posibilitar metodos innovadores de aprendizaje que integren el uso de tecnologias de apoyo, planteamientos orientados a preguntas y basados en problemas, pensamiento critico, y otras competencias de la Sociedad y Economia en RED - Estimular la integracion/comparticion comunitaria de recursos mas alla de nuestra escuela u organizacion. Desarrollo/Trabajo profesional en RED. - Enfatizar formas para que los profesores puedan tener oportunidades para integrar eCompetencias, herramientas, y estrategias de enseñanza en la practica del aula, y ayudarles a identificar que actividades pueden sustituir o disminuir el enfasis - Balancear instruccion directa con metodos de enseñanza orientados a proyectos - Ilustrar como una profunda comprension de la materia o tema en cuestion puede realmente mejorar las competencias de resolucion de problemas, pensamiento critico y otras - Posibilitar comunidades de aprendizaje profesional para profesores que modelicen las clases de aprendizaje en el aula que mejor promocionen las eCompetencias para los estudiantes (como p.e. 'Classroom 2.0', 'Internet en el Aula', etc) - Cultivar la capacidad de los profesores para identificar estilos de aprendizaje particulares en los estudiantes, sus inteligencias, fortalezas y debilidades - Ayudar a los profesores a desarrollar sus capacidades para usar diferentes estrategias (tal como evaluaciones formativas) para 'llegar' a estudiantes distintos o diversos, y crear entornos que soporten docencia/aprendizaje diferenciada /adaptativo) - Soportar una evaluacion continua del desarrollo de las eCompetencias de los estudiantes - Estimular la comparticion de K entre comunidades de practica, usando comunicaciones presenciales, virtuales y mixtas - Usar un modelo escalable y sostenible de desarrollo profesional. Entornos de Aprendizaje en RED. - Crear entornos fisicos, apoyo humano y practicas de aprendizaje que soportaran la docencia y aprendizaje para una Sociedad y Economia en RED - Soportar comunidades de aprendizaje profesionales que permitan a los profesores colaborar, compartir sus mejores practicas e integrar eCompetencias en el aula - Posibilitar a los estudiantes a aprender en contextos reales y relevantes de la Sociedad y Economia en RED (p.e. a traves de 'basado en proyectos' y otros trabajos aplicados) - Permitir el acceso a recursos, tecnologias y herramientas de aprendizaje de calidad - Proporcionar diseños para el aprendizaje individual, de equipo y de grupo - Soportar comunidades expandidas e implicacion internacional en el aprendizaje, tanto presencial como online. Sistema de Apoyo Personal online ( 'e-desempeño'). 21st Century Skills Implementation Guides. This series of five 21st Century Skills Implementation Guides is formulated to provide you with perspective on the key issues to consider--as a policymaker and education leader in your state--to ensure that you are planning for the future and building strategies that will solidify the success of our students, not only in school and work, but in life. Each of these five distinct documents addresses one of the key support systems represented in the 21st Century Skills Framework: * Curriculum & Instruction * Assessment * Standards * Professional Development * and Learning Environments. Suite de Herramientas. The Partnership for 21st Century Skills. Equipped for the Future. Thinking skills (UK). Avanzar en la construcción de definiciones y estándares (ELIG & EFQUEL. The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). Educational Technology Standards for Teachers. These standards include 21st century skills such as: - finding and managing resources, - publishing on the web, and - connecting with colleagues, students, parents, and local and global communities. Teachers must be proficient in these skills in order to model good practices for their students and to help students include these skills for learning. These activities will give you a chance to actively participate in using some of the web-based tools that are commonly used in classrooms and to discuss authentic ideas for using these tools.. The Finnish Education System Rocks! Why?. web 2.0 and E-learning tools. This is my collection of web 2.0 and E-learning tools that I find suitable and handy to use in education. I am updating the list/mind-map along as I find more tools that I like, so please bookmark and come back for updates. I also submit updates on Twitter.. Creatividad e Innovacion. Critical Thinking y Resolucion de Problemas. Comunicacion y Colaboracion. Habilidades sociales y profesionales. Communication Skills. # Read With Understanding # Convey Ideas in Writing # Speak So Others Can Understand # Listen Actively # Observe Critically. Decision-Making Skills. * Solve Problems and Make Decisions * Plan * Use Math to Solve Problems and Communicate. Interpersonal Skills. * Cooperate With Others * Guide Others * Advocate and Influence * Resolve Conflict and Negotiate. Lifelong Learning Skills. * Take Responsibility for Learning * Learn Through Research * Reflect and Evaluate * Use Information and Communications Technology.
The following skills have been identified and cross-referenced with National Standards, NETS-S, and 21st Century Skills. 1. Cognitive Apprenticeship -- practicing real-world work of digital communication 2. Creativity and Inventive Thinking -- creating multi-sensory experiences for others 3. Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) -- going beyond existing information to add personal meaning and understanding 4. Enduring Understanding -- by telling the story of what you know and understand for others, authors deepen their own self-meaning of the topic 5. Visual Literacy -- using images to show, not tell, the narrative story 6. Technical Literacy -- mastering the craftsmanship of applying the technology tools to create powerful communication, not to just use the tools, but to mix and dance the media into illuminated understandings 7. Information (Media) Literacy -- thinking, reading, writing, and designing effective media information 8. Effective Communication -- reading and writing information beyond words 9. Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles -- addressing not only the opportunity for students to use their preferred mode of learning and thinking, but also enabling them to practice the effective use of all modalities 10. Teaming and Collaboration -- growing skills through practiced opportunities to co-produce group projects 11. Project Management Mentality -- Melvin Levin's challenge for students to practice time management of complex, involved tasks to successfully meet deadlines modeling real-world tasks 12. Exploring Affinity -- Melvin Levin's findings that when students create meaningful, engaged work, they discover themselves as successful learners.
e-Skills UK. EU Strategy: . e-Skills for the 21st Century.. European e-Skills and Careers Portal. How to do I learn to teach online?. how to teach online then where do you gain the knowledge and skills? There are few different answers to this question. You could go to school to learn this material. That's what I did. However, if you don't have the time to invest in that route, luckily there are many resources your can read that will help you develop and improve your skills. Today I came across one particularly good one. It is the Online Handbook for the University of Colorado Denver and it is available freely online. It has four major sections: 1) trends and issues in online learning, 2) examples technology in action in online courses, 3) a brief overview of 25 emerging e-Learning tools that you can use in your teaching, and 4) additional resources for the online teacher. This document is fantastic. It covers a wide breadth of topics from instructional design, multimedia, Web 2.0 tools, social networking, blogs, twitter, collaborative work online and has a significant amount of material on how to effectively use online discussion in your course.. TENCompetence Foundation. TENCompetence is funded by the European Commission through the IST Programme. It is developing and using infrastructure to support individuals, groups and organisations in lifelong competence development. From here you can access: * An overview of the TENCompetence project * Personal Competence Manager * FAQ and participate in our public forums. * A list of project partners. European eCompetence Framework. A common European framework for ICT Professionals in all industry sectors The European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) is a reference framework of 32 ICT competences that can be used and understood by ICT user and supply companies, the public sector, educational and social partners across Europe. The framework provides an international tool for: * ICT practitioners and managers, with clear guidelines for their competence development * Human resources managers, enabling the anticipation and planning of competence requirements * Education and training, enabling effective planning and design of ICT curricula * Policy makers and market researchers, providing a clear and Europe-wide agreed reference for ICT skills and competences in a long-term perspective.. Project New Media Literacies (NML). Project New Media Literacies (NML), a research initiative based within MIT's Comparative Media Studies program, explores: "how we might best equip young people with the social skills and cultural competencies required to become full participants in an emergent media landscape and raise public understanding about what it means to be literate in a globally interconnected, multicultural world". The white paper Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century (Jenkins et al., 2006) identifies the three core challenges: the participation gap, the transparency problem and the ethics challenge, and shares a provisionary list of skills needed for full engagement in today's participatory culture. Juego. Capacidad para experimentar con el entorno como una forma de aprender a resolver problemas Representación. Habilidad para adoptar identidades alternativas con el propósito de la improvisación y el descubrimiento. Simulación. Habilidad para interpretar y construir modelos dinámicos de procesos del mundo real. Apropiación. Habilidad para reinterpretar y remezclar contenido mediático. Multitarea. Habilidad para examinar el propio entorno y centrar la atención cuando se necesite en los detalles significativos. Pensamiento distribuido. Habilidad para interactuar de forma significativa con herramientas que expanden las capacidades mentales. Inteligencia colectiva. Habilidad para sumar conocimiento y comparar las notas con otras personas en función de una meta común. Juicio. Habilidad para evaluar la fiabilidad y credibilidad de diferentes fuentes de información. Navegación transmediática. Habilidad para seguir el flujo de las historias y la información a través de diferentes medios. Trabajo en red. Habilidad para buscar, sintetizar y diseminar información. Negociación. Habilidad para viajar a través de comunidades diversas, percibiendo y respetando las múltiples perspectivas, y comprendiendo y siguiendo normas alternativas.. Ejemplos de ofertas parecidas. Technology Skills We Should Be Teaching in College. Según el autor, estas serían las cosas que los estudiantes de 18 a 25 años, o antes de salir de la Universidad, deben aprender Habilidades básicas en la web: 1. HTML básico (negrita, subrayado, cursiva, caracteres especiales) 2. Usar códigos embebidos o hacer un enlace vivo. 3.Hacer y compartir una captura de pantalla. 4. Hacer y compartir un video. 5. Hacer una captura de pantalla explicando algo o pidiendo ayuda. 6. Aprender abreviaciones básicas y emoticones. 7. Construir una página personalizada (ej. iGoogle, NetVibes) 8. Agregar gadgets o plugins para varios sitios. 9. Hacer una página web simple (ej. Google Sites). 10. Construir un currículum / portfolio digital. 11. Cómo (y cuándo) usar documentos colaborativos y hojas de cálculo. 12. Cómo (y cuándo) crear tags y etiquetas. 13. Cómo (y cuándo) usar sitios de acortamiento de URLs (ej. TinyURL) Organización 14. Configurar un calendario y usarlo para gestionar el tiempo. 15. Configurar y gestionar un lector RSS. 16. Concertar una reunión (ej. Doodle). 17. Configurar un agregador de comunicación (ej. Digsby, Trillian, TweetDeck) Comunicación 18. Gestionar el mail. 19. Escribir un buen "primer contacto" por mail. 20. Escribir una buena línea de asunto. 21. Escribir una buena respuesta por mail. 22. Etiquetar el texto, cuando corresponda. 23. Resumir los pensamientos en 140 caracteres o menos. 24. Usar Twitter (respuesta, retweet, mensaje directo) 25. Determinar lo que se puede compartir públicamente (si puede afectar negativamente al trabajo…) 26. Llevar una reunión online. 27. Dar un efectivo webinar. 28. Conocer las diferencias entre las diversas redes sociales y cómo usarlas (ej. Facebook, Ning, LinkedIn). Buscar y gestionar información 29. Usar marcadores basados en la web. 30. Cómo (y cuándo) buscar en entornos específicos. 31. Cómo (y cuándo) usar un buscador de imágenes. 32 Cómo (y cuándo) usar motores alternativos de búsqueda (ej. Clusty) 33. ¿Quién escribe los artículos de Wikipedia y cuándo son confiables? 34. Cómo construir un motor de búsqueda personalizada. 35. Cómo podemos confiar en la información que encontramos 36. Usar las citas para encontrar mejores referencias. 37. Gestionar bibliografía online (ej. Zotero) 38. Configurar alertas para rastrear información nueva (ej. Google Alerts) Privacidad, seguridad y ley 39. Creative Commons - ¿qué es y cómo elegir la licencia apropiada? 40. Saber qué uso podemos dar a materiales que encontramos en la red. 41. Qué podemos compartir y cómo entre distintas audiencias. 42. Administrar nombres de usuario y contraseñas. 43. Encontrar y ajustar la configuración de privacidad de las redes sociales (como Facebook, MySpace y Twitter). 44. Cómo algunos sitios de datamining espían nuestros datos? (ej. participar en algunas aplicaciones de FB) 45. Qué cuestiones de seguridad hay que tener en cuenta con los sistemas de localización GPS? Presentación 46. Determinar la audiencia y la apropiada longitud de las presentaciones. 47. Principios de diseño para buenas presentaciones. 48. Principios de storytelling. 49. Compartir una serie de diapositivas en internet. 50. Construir una presentación no lineal. 51. Construir presentaciones llamativas (y cuando usarlas). 52. Buscar imágenes de alta calidad que pueden utilizarse en presentaciones (con copyrights apropiados). 53. Buscar audios que pueden compartirse en presentaciones (con copyrights apropiados). 54. Crear un script de captura para un video. 55. Modos de capturar un vídeo en internet. 56. Cómo (y cuándo) usar una lupa virtual en las presentaciones. Modos de aprender 57. Construir mapas mentales interactivos para organizar ideas. 58. Usar un blog para seguir el propio proceso de aprendizaje. 59. Encontrar buenos sitios, blogs, y otras publicaciones para el ámbito que se está estudiando. 60. Cultivar una red personal de aprendizaje (PLN). 61. Participar en chats de aprendizaje (ej. TweetChats). Skills for Today's Workforce. Teachers Without Borders. Teachers Without Borders supports teacher leaders, worldwide, with professional development opportunities and tools that connect them with information and each other so that they may play a more vital role in their communities. We focus on teachers with initiative, who are passionate about their subjects and compassionate towards children.. The ASTD Certification Institute's Certified Professional in Learning and Performance Certification (CPLP). The ASTD Certification Institute's Certified Professional in Learning and Performance Certification (CPLP) equips you with the tools to be the best in the field and lets employers know that you have real world, practical expertise that can be readily applied to the current work environment. CPLP gives you the capability, credibility and confidence to be a high performing contributor in your organization. Become a CPLP!. Diseño de Contenidos por Competencias para el Aprendizaje Mezclado (B-learning). El presente diplomado está dirigido a docentes de cualquier área y hace énfasis en la formación de la competencia didáctica para el trabajo con competencias dentro del proceso pedagógico, teniendo como base la aplicación de las Nuevas Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación, así como los estándares de calidad curricular definidos por las entidades competentes y la respectiva institución educativa. El diplomado esta integrado por cuatro módulos. Un Módulo se compone de Unidades de Aprendizaje (UA) o Unidades Formativas. Por cada sub competencia o elemento de competencia se estructura una determinada Unidad. Modulo 1: La Formación por Competencias. Modulo2: Actividades y Estrategias Didácticas en la Formación por Competencias. Modulo 3: El Diseño de Contenidos por Competencias y las TICs aplicadas a la educación bimodal. Modulo 4: Objetos Virtuales de Aprendizaje (OVAs). El diplomado por cada modulo comprende las siguientes Unidades de Aprendizaje: Modulo 1. La Formación por Competencias UA1: La Formación por Competencias. UA2: Identificación y Descripción de las Competencias UA3: Desempeño Idóneo ("Saber Conocer", "Saber Hacer" y "Saber Ser") UA4: Diseño de Módulos. Modulo 2. Actividades y Estrategias Didácticas en la formación por Competencias. UA5: Didáctica de las Competencias. UA6 Actividades y Estrategias para Formar Competencias. UA7: Mapas mentales. UA8: Aprendizaje basado en proyectos Modulo 3. Diseño de Contenidos por Competencias y las NTCI. UA9: Método de Trabajo por Proyectos (MTP) UA10 Diseño De Módulos UA11 Los nuevos escenarios educativos UA12 El Aprendizaje Electrónico Modulo 4. Objetos Virtuales de Aprendizaje. UA13. Los escenarios múltiples de aprendizaje. UA14. La Didáctica y los multimedios. UA15. Diseño de Libros electrónicos (E-Books) UA16. Diseño y Producción de video tutores con multimedia enriquecida. (RIA) Cada Unidad de aprendizaje se ejecuta en una semana con una dedicación de 2 horas diarias por parte del alumno.. Programa del Módulo de Adquisiciónde Competencias Digitales. New managers online. Certificate of Teaching Mastery (Teachers without Borders). What Is The Certificate of Teaching Mastery? The Certificate of Teaching Mastery (CTM) is designed for educators who wish to advance the teaching profession by working with global colleagues in order to be catalysts of change in their local communities. It is a five-course program of study for talented teachers, who, upon completion, can then apply to be a mentor. This program has the following components: * An Introductory Seminar and five self-paced courses, designed by TWB members * A community of peers taking the course from around the world * A service-project focused on the Millennium Development Goals * An e-Portfolio allowing you to demonstrate your competence as a master teacher. For additional information please view the Introductory Seminar, particularly the Frequently Asked Questions page..