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Invisible Learning/Aprendizaje Invisible

UPDATE on Invisible Learning/Aprendizaje Invisible, a wonderful bilingual project headed by Cristóbal Cobo, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales en México (FLACSO-México), and John Moravec, editor of http://www.educationfutures.com. Their idea: EXplore, eXploit and eXport innovative knowledge. EXplorar, eXplotar y eXportar conocimiento … Continue reading

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Rock Band Academy

Image via Wikipedia The more I teach… and the more I see and use technology within education… the more I get anti-teaching. This technology business and all my active involvement with Web 2.0 and education stuff have taught me a … Continue reading

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Viral Education 2.0

The VIR-ED project is a research project looking at how we can adopt 2.0 thinking to creatively engage people in higher education learning and research. Here’s a compelling video with a message: Viral Education 2.0

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Online learning more effective than face-to-face learning

Digizen published a recent study sponsored by the US Department of Education which concludes that online learning is more effective than face to face “traditional” learning. A systematic search of the research literature from 1996 through July 2008 identified more … Continue reading

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Seth Godin on textbooks

Image byhttp://www.prestonlee.com/archives/67 via CrunchBase Seth on why the textbook industry deserves to die {from edu.blogs.com}. Seth Godin (author of Tribes, among others…) writes an interesting argument favoring the disappearance of textbooks. Yes, textbooks, as those used in classes, he says, … Continue reading

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