Whether they like it or not, educators are often seen as mentors. Similar to parenting, this important role comes with little training or preparation, but serious consequences if negligent. How important are educators’ expectations and their ability to motivate?
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This paper examines the ongoing challenge of defining what learning means from the perspective of the cognitive and learning sciences, especially as it unfolds in online environments. To better define learning as well as offer guiding principles, this paper uses Khan Academy as an example of what some highprofile individuals, such as Bill Gates, are claiming to be the future of education.
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Además de ser una gran fuente de conocimiento y educación para estudiantes y docentes, el aprendizaje electrónico es muy útil para profesionales que deseen ampliar su formación, especializarla o reciclarla.
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Management in the Network Era: It is only through innovative and contextual methods, the self-selection of the most appropriate tools and work conditions, and willing cooperation, that more productive work can be assured. The duty of being transparent in our work and sharing our knowledge rests with all workers, including management.
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Transformar textos de mayúsculas a minúsculas, eliminar lineas duplicadas, dar la vuelta a un texto, ordenar listas, contar caracteres, guardar textos en un bloc de notas en la nube, organizar enlaces por categorías, realizar sorteos, alterar de forma aleatoria una lista, generar contraseñas, crear un código QR, encontrar la diferencia entre dos fechas, transformar números en otras bases… esas son solo algunas de las funcionalidades que ofrece invertexto.com…
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Join us on the Moodle journey. Try the basics; as you gain more experience, modify settings, install new plug-ins, and build your own course design style.
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Technology has revolutionized learning – and teaching. It doesn’t always work as planned, but when it does, technology can promote student engagement, boost efficiency and help tomorrow’s workers develop the tech skills employers so desperately want. That is, of course, assuming teachers know how to use it.
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