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Hi, As in the tilte said, Is it possible to get the materials, assests and all the data possible, TRANSLATE IT IN A DIFFERENT LANGUAGE(language which us not yet available from the original owner) and use it on your own website for NON-PROFIT purposes(:Which means there wont be any sort of Website monetization., cash grab methods based on that materials) Is it makes sense? My English is far from perfect and I was never good at learning new languages. I’ve tried to connect to the owner but it […]
I am wondering how are the courses here… They do their branding like an traditional, established institute but offer courses like udemy’s sale price… makes me think that courses might be outdated but the cert kinda looks good. I wonder if their courses were helpful, not just the certifications but also the content of the lessons have you guys tried? https://www.ibm-institute.com/ submitted by /u/aomorimemory [link] [comments]
The context I am continuing the process of updating the third version of my open textbook, Teaching in a Digital Age, to take account of developments since the second edition in 2019, including the impact of the pandemic. My original version had a substantial section on the differences between synchronous and asynchronous learning, none of The post Discussing the strengths and weaknesses of synchronous or asynchronous teaching first appeared on Tony Bates.
Not surprisingly, I am prompted regularly to ponder new things. (Too often, in the wee hours of the morning…) In this case, I realize I haven’t given a lot of thought to the role of confidence (PDF). It’s a big thing in the system my co-author on an AI and ID paper, Markus Bernhardt, represents, so The post Confidence and Correctness appeared first on Learnlets.
NC-SARA (2021) NC-SARA Institution Survey: Perspectives on the Pandemic Boulder CO: NC-SARA This report gives some interesting information about the actual number of students and institutions in the USA that moved to fully distance learning during the pandemic, and I will also be discussing inter-jurisdictional distance education enrolments, both in the USA and Canada. However, The post How many students take online and distance courses from outside their own jurisdiction? first appeared on […]
Last week, in our Learning Development Accelerator You Oughta Know session, we had Harold Jarche as a guest. Harold’s known for many things, but in particular his approach to continual learning. Amongst the things he shared was a collection of others’ approaches. I checked and I hadn’t made a contribution! So with no further ado, The post My Personal Knowledge Management Approach appeared first on Learnlets.
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La Consejería de Educación y Empleo de Extremadura pone en marcha la 3ª Campaña de Formación de Digitalización en formato online orientada a docentes de FP y profesorado de otras especialidades que estén impartiendo docencia en FP. Inscripción hasta 6 de abril de 2022. https://cutt.ly/PDcZWOk
Anadolu University Anadolu University in Turkey is nominated by the Turkish Higher Degree Act of 1981 as the national provider of distance education. Enrollment in open education programs at Anadolu University has increased from under 30,000 in 1982-83 to over 3,000,000 in 2018-19 (Bozkurt, 2019), and its programs are now also available to Turkish communities The post The role of open universities post-Covid first appeared on Tony Bates.
I’ve read a lot about WGU and am curious if it’s legit. I’ve had issues with other online colleges so I’m just curious what everyone else’s take is. I’m looking at education or psych program. Thank you! submitted by /u/durentis [link] [comments]
The issue Institutions are struggling to define online or digital learning for their students. In particular, students need to know whether a course requires attendance on campus, whether they need to be online at a set time, and what kind of course it will be (fully online, blended/hybrid, or fully in-person, or available in any The post Defining quality and online learning first appeared on Tony Bates.
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For reasons that aren’t quite clear (even to me), I was thinking about where, on a continuum, do L&D elements fit? Where does performance support go? Formal learning? Informal learning? I began to think that it depends on what focus you’re thinking of. So here’re some nascent thoughts on emphasis and effort. To start with, The post Emphasis and Effort appeared first on Learnlets.
Por desgracia, la guerra de Ucrania nos ha puesto en el camino una oportunidad para tratar temas de actualidad muy candentes, que al alumnado (y a tod@s) le preocupa porque no entienden (no entendemos) cómo se ha podido llegar a una situación como la que estamos viviendo. Además, en nuestro caso, en el de #flippedHMC La entrada Una oportunidad… por desgracia se publicó primero en The Flipped Classroom.
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It is not always easy to locate what you are looking for among the multitude of courses and programs available. Therefore, I have created this detailed Udacity vs Coursera comparison for students to choose what’s best for them. Do let me know if this helped you in some way. submitted by /u/gandhiN [link] [comments]
In a recent post, I talked about how expertise is compiled away, and the impact on designing learning and documentation. Someone, of course, asked how do you then work with SMEs to get the necessary information. Connie Malamed, one of our recognized research translators, has recently written about getting tacit knowledge, but I also want to The post Working with SMEs appeared first on Learnlets.
A veces creemos que solo se puede gamificar con la tecnología, utilizando apps que a veces nos resultan complicadas. Pero hay otras formas de gamificar que son más sencillas y más asequibles para los que no son muy duchos en la tecnología. Una forma sencilla es crear un álbum de cromos para ir comprobando los La entrada La gamificación (Lola Millán) se publicó primero en The Flipped Classroom.
I’ve been going through several different forms of expert documentation. As a consequence, I’ve been experiencing a lot of the problems with that! Experts have trouble articulating their thinking. This requires some extra work on the part of those who work with them, whether instructional designers, technical writers, editors, whoever. There are some reliable problems The post Experts and Explanations appeared first on Learnlets.
Imaginons que vous soyez dans une logique d’hybridation de vos cours ou de vos formations, je vous propose dans ce billet d’explorer quelques questions stratégiques absolument incontournables que vous devrez vous poser, donc les questions préliminaires classiques. Tout d’abord, quelle … Continue reading →
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Hi everyone! I am currently participating in a pre-seed start-up accelerator in Norway where I am trying to validate a problem and a potential solution for online students. If you are taking or ever have taken an online course, please spend 2 minutes to fill out this very short survey, your input will very much appreciated. Link to form – https://forms.gle/UVwgfzAnoNDFwsFC7 Thank you! submitted by /u/warsonline [link] [comments]
I’ve been wrong before, and I’ll be wrong again, and that’s ok <warning: link is NSFW>. It’s like with science: if you change your mind, you weren’t lying before, you’ve learned more now. So I’ve been wrong about the emphasis between practice and examples. What I’ve learned is that, in general, practice isn’t the only The post Examples <I>before</I> practice appeared first on Learnlets.
The other day when I was giving online lecture to my student, she was showing her parents’ wedding photo to me and asked her mom & papa if they would bring her to their next wedding cuz she wants to stand in the middle of the wedding photo. Which cracked me up lol Guys pls share some funny moments between you& your students/kids with me , I need this kind of energy in my life submitted by /u/yq404 [link]
Downes, S. (2022) Connectivism, Half an Hour, 9 February In an earlier post I gave an overview of Stephen Downes’ latest update of his theory of connectivism. My first post was purely factual, if selective. Here I will give my views on the theory, at least as the theory stands at the moment. It’s taken me a The post A review of Stephen Downes’ latest contribution to the theory of connectivism first appeared on Tony Bates.
Hey all! I’m a teacher wanting to make an online course for young students (middle school) and have found that they love study games like Kahoot and Gimkit. As I create my courses, which I hope to sell, am I allowed to incorporate these study games into the lessons? I’m afraid of copyright claims or other legal issues that could arise from something like this. Any help/advice you can offer would be great! submitted by /u/2Monte2Carbo [link] [comments]
Fayed, I. and Cummings, J. (2021) Teaching in the Post Covid 19 Era Springer: Cham, Switzerland, 764 pp This is a longish post – you may want to jump to my review at the end. What is the Book About? The book is sub-titled World Education Dilemmas, Teaching Innovations and Solutions in the Age of The post Book review: Teaching in the Post Covid-19 Era first appeared on Tony Bates.Online certificationby /u/Styvukas (University Classes Online)
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I was asked to go to read an article and weigh in. First, please don’t do this if you don’t know me. However, that’s not the topic here, instead, I want to comment on the article. Realize that if you ask me to read an article, you’re opening yourself up to my opinion, good or bad. The post Good and bad advice all in one! appeared first on Learnlets.
Desde hace bastante tiempo utilizo en las aulas los audios y los podcast como herramienta de aprendizaje. La idea surgió hace seis cursos, cuando le propuse a la radio local de Lebrija poder participar en su programación con algún programa semanal o quincenal con colaboraciones del alumnado sobre temas tratados en el aula y/o de La entrada Radio Sociales se publicó primero en The Flipped Classroom.
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Recently, a colleague asked a few of us about our views on critical thinking skills. This is actually a contentious topic. There are broad claims of the need for them, increasingly, even showing up in job advertisements. On the other hand, researchers and others have weighed in against them, saying that expertise is the only The post Generic Thinking Skills? appeared first on Learnlets.
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Downes, S. (2022) Connectivism, Half an Hour, 9 February Stephen Downes has just published an article in his blog that: presents an overview of connectivism, offering a connectivist account of learning and a detailed analysis of how learning occurs in networks. It then offers readers an interpretation of connectivism, that is, a set of mechanisms The post Stephen Downes latest contribution to the theory of connectivism: an overview first appeared on Tony Bates.
El 04 de diciembre de 2019 publiqué en este portal una entrada en la que hacía referencia a que no existe dentro del extensísimo currículo de física y química la opción de tratar temas tan variados e interesantes como el cincuentenario de la llegada del hombre a la Luna, qué sucede en Chernóbil, la ciencia La entrada Testimonio de los alumnos de 2º Bach sobre los nuevos espacios de aprendizaje se publicó primero en The Flipped Classroom.
Le débat sur l’open access agite les milieux académiques depuis plusieurs décennies. Le modèle des éditeurs scientifiques, qui profitent économiquement de travaux financés principalement par des fonds publics, pose question à de nombreux chercheurs et organismes de financement. Les pressions … Continue reading →
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