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The University they (we?) are a-changing

Howard Rheingold‘s recent post on his Pop-up University was delicious. First, he makes a strong case for non-credit valuable instruction. Actually, we all already knew that, but Howard’s point is perhaps to be projected to the near future, when more … Continue reading

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Education Bolsheviks

Image via Wikipedia The Edu-Bolsheviks Jim Groom wrote a passionate and alarming post, a little ago (Education Connection, it’s more than just a catchy jingle…). It resonated til I found a way to make my own sense out of it. … Continue reading

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Myths of Teaching & Learning 3

Myths of Teaching & Learning 3 Sitting Through Lectures A recent article on The New York Times of Nov. 5, 2010 (Live vs. Distance Learning: Measuring the Differences by Trip Gabriel), prompts me to write a new, urgent post on … Continue reading

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Conectivismo, Siemens & las redes

Una gran experiencia fue el conversatorio “Acercándonos al Conectivismo de George Siemens” de anoche 4 de octubre de 2010. Estoy muy agradecido con la Dra. Rosa Ojeda por la invitación que me extendió para presentar ideas sobre esa teoría y … Continue reading

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Myths of Teaching and Learning -2

Another myth of Teaching and Learning, and actually one upon which we founded many of our curricula is embedded in the quasi-logic of the following: This course teaches topic X, which is so badly needed by our new XXI century … Continue reading

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