Media & Learning 2014. Brussels 20-21 Noviembre

Hoy traemos a este espacio al  Media & Learning 2014 que se celebrará en bruselas el 20-21 de Noviembre de este año .. aquí el REGISTRO en línea a la Conferencia

Media & Learning 2014 is the place to be if you are interested in the latest developments, services and uses of media in education and training. Aimed at both policy makers and practitioners, the purpose of this annual event is to identify policies and initiatives that promote digital and media competence at all levels of education and training as well as to promote best-practice in the take-up and application of media in education and training.
At this conference we will be discussing:
  • the urgency of embedding digital and media literacy skills amongst the European workforce
  • how best to convince stakeholders about the importance of embedding digital and media skills amongst learning professionals and learners at all levels of education and training
The conference will include:
  • practical learning opportunities showing how you can apply all types of media in education and training through workshops and hands-on training sessions
  • information sessions describing lots of different initiatives and developments linked to this field supported by European and national programmes
  • sessions linked to the MEDEA Awards 2014, a competition now in its seventh year that recognises and rewards excellence in this field. These sessions will feature winners and finalists from the past and current competitions.
    TEMAS 
    The Media & Learning 2014 Conference is aimed at policy makers, practitioners, service-providers and producers who want to share their experience of using media creatively to enhance learning, to identify ways for developing digital and media skills in education and training and to find new and effective ways to use media as a force for change in the learning process.
    The conference programme will revolve around several main themes:
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Mi primera clase (III). La ceguera … libres de esa frivolidad de los exámenes. Jorge Luis Borges .




"A algunos hombres los disfraces no los disfrazan, sino los revelan. Cada uno se disfraza de aquello que es por dentro."

"Todo argot es metáfora, y toda metáfora es poesía."

Chesterton


GonzaloGonzalo @teofrasto
Químico de profesión, psicólogo por afición y runner los ratos libres. Interesado en el comportamiento humano, la educación, el Ajedrez y la buena literatura.
Hoy que se ha presentado en España  por el nuevo ministro de Educación un "punto neutro de recursos educativos"  que como decíamos en twitter
.. y que más bien parece un nombre eufemístico que apunta y recuerdo como a un punto de tratamiento de basuras   y que tambien hemos conocido esta noticia ... ese nombre tan extraño para hablar de un repositorio de recursos digitales ... y que además también hemos conocido esta noticia
...  traemos a este espacio, algo de sentido estético en esta rancia colonia casposa de USA y ALEMANIA (IV REICH), un mundo que condena al 90 % del propio mundo a la ceguera y la miseria , la pobreza y el hambre  .. estos cristianos adoradores del becerro de oro , sólo para elegidos !!! ...   traemos hoy gracias al twittero @teofrasto  uno de los amigoas con el que aprendemos en red .. para continuar con nuestra serie sobre nuestra primera clase si fuésemos profe de escuela  .. que comenzó el  jueves, 19 de septiembre de 2013 conMi primera clase: Durruti ... Conservadores & Liberales , Repúblicanos & Franquistas, PSOE & Partido Popular &CIU ... el cártel Entrevista 24 JUL 1936 y continuó el domingo, 29 de septiembre de 2013 con Guillotine, Gipsys, Noires , Africaines ... education jacobin ?... Lettre à la république (Carta a la república) . Kery James 

La primera una entrevista periodistica a un anarquista ibérico de la CNT de la república española  , la segunda un videoclip de un joven negro  habitante de la república jacobina francesa y por último, hoy,  una conferencia de un poeta y escritor argentino de la república argentina .. con estos 3 videos cubriríamos historia, filosofía, literatura, poesía, géneros literarios, audiovisual, música, redes sociales, you tube, google,  ... y sobre todo de educación , como dice Borges en la tercera parte de esta conferencia en youtube ..."vamos a comenzar a estudiar , ahora que estamos libres de esa frivolidad de los exámenes " ...

Arriba les dejo la
  ... Conferencia dictada por Jorge Luis Borges, el 3 de agosto de 1977 en el Teatro Coliseo de Buenos Aires. ... titulada La ceguera
.. abajo tienen el extracto que comienza con ... la cita anterior ..



 Fuente: [ youtube]

Educación a distancia de hoy, ¿cambio radical? . Conferencia de Lorenzo García Aretio


Hoy traemos a este espacio una conferencia del profesor Lorenzo García Aretio ... que nos presenta bajo el título  Educación a distancia de hoy, ¿cambio radical?  en su blog "contextos universitarios mediados"

 El pasado mes de septiembre pronuncié una conferencia solicitada por la profesora Susana Trabaldo. Ella es titulada en el Máster Internacional en Enseñanza y Aprendizaje Abiertos y a Distancia (EAAD) que impartido por la UNED tuve el placer de dirigir en su diseño y desarrollo entre los años 2000 y 2005. La solicitud de esta conferencia en línea venía provocada con motivo del X aniversario de Net-Learning, de cuya organización S. Trabaldo es directora.

En fin, en esta entrada de mi blog, les ofrezco íntegramente el vídeo de dicha conferencia. El tema lo titulé “Educación a distancia de hoy, ¿cambio radical?”, aunque de EaD, hablé poco. Remontándome a los inicios de la educación a distancia, ofrecí posteriormente unos datos, sólo unos cuantos, que nos hiciesen reflexionar sobre lo que hoy nos vienen ofreciendo las tecnologías avanzadas. Ante esa realidad me preguntaba sobre qué ha cambiado realmente en nuestras vidas provocado por estos avances tan espectaculares. Ha sido mucho lo que vienen cambiando nuestras vidas debido a la incidencia de las TIC. Pero ¿y en la educación?, ¿se produjeron tantos cambios?

Gracias por compartir...   (leer más...)

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20-OCT Conferencia virtual: Diseñando ecologías de aprendizaje . UNINI #Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana. Puerto Rico



Gracias al compañero en la #guerrillaONÍRICA twittera EDUCATIVA ;-) @edumorfosis D. Antonio Delgado ... por el que he tenido conocimiento a traves de su blog Conferencia virtual: Diseñando ecologías de aprendizaje ... damos a conocer, y  difusión al siguiente evento ...ah!! y además ha hecho el flyer del evento ... un todoterreno .. ;-) salúos y salú desde Zeviya CalYflato IndePendiente...

La Red de Educadores Puertorriqueños (EDUC@PR) invita a toda la comunidad educativa a participar en otro interesante evento tecno-educativo global. Se trata de la conferencia virtual titulada 'Diseñando ecologías de aprendizaje'. La misma se llevará a cabo el sábado, 20 de octubre de 2010, en las nuevas instalaciones de la Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana (UNINI), en la ciudad de Arecibo. La actividad comenzará desde las 8:30 am hasta las 2:30 pm (-4:00 GMT).
Las herramientas digitales que se estarán presentando en la conferencia, son las siguientes:


Inscripción
Participa de la conferencia virtual de EducaPR auspiciada por UNINI, MIMIO y EdNet. La conferencia virtual es libre de costo e incluye certificado de horas contacto.
Puedes participar durante el evento a través de Twitter utilizando #EducaPR o el Foro
AQUI TIENEN EL ENLACE PARA  LA
Transmisión por Internet

Les incluyo la Agenda
8.30 – 9.00 Bienvenida
9.00 – 9.40 YouTube Video: Prof. Antonio Delgado (@Edumorfosis)
9.45 – 10.05 GIMP: Prof. James Lynn (@JamesLynn)
10.10 – 10.40 – Diigo: Dr. Mario Núñez Molina (@Digizen)
10. 45 – 11.10 ePals: Prof. Sandra Vega (@SandraVegaPR)
11.15 – 11.45 Symbaloo: Prof. Alfredo Calderón (@acalderon52)
11.45 – 12.05 Mimio: Sr. Orlando Hernández
12.05 – 1.00 -Almuerzo
1.05 - 1.25 Socrative: Prof. Yaritza Montijo y Prof. Walter Feshold
1.30 – 1- 50 Photosynth desde el móvil por Prof. Ann Rivera (@Morreducation)
1: 55 – 2.15 Edmodo: Prof. Jeanette Delgado (@Jeanette_Edu
2.20 – 2.50 Anymeeting: Prof. Bernabé Soto (@BernabeDI)
El evento es auspiciado por First Caribbean Educational Group (Mimio), UNINI y EdNet. 
Agradecemos al Profesor Antonio Delgado (edumorfosis) por el flyer de la actividad. Mapa a UNINI(leer más...)

 Fuente: [ edumorfosis y educapr]

Videojuegos en contexto de Aula. Analía Segal #IBERTIC



Hoy traemos a este espacio el siguiente video Videojuegos en contexto de Aula. Analía Segal en  #IBERTIC. que nos presenta El objetivo del proyecto iniciado en 2008 con el respaldo de OEI, AECID, Relpe, Flacso Argentina y Educ.ar fue explorar la potencialidad de los videojuegos p... (leer más...) Fuente: [PEI, #IBERTIC ]

#IB The Culture of Learning. #Conference . Madrid. 4-7 OCT

Hoy traemos a este espacio la Regional Conference 2012, Palacio Municipal de Congresos, Madrid, Spain que tendrá lugar Thursday 4 October - Sunday 7 October 2012

The Culture of Learning
Following on from the extremely successful 2011 conference, the 2012  Regional Conference will be  a unique forum that will draw together the ideas and creativity of educators from a diverse range of countries and cultures from our region. IB educators and outside speakers will provide the platform for you to leave stimulated and motivated to continue your valuable contribution to education.

Speakers
The list of speakers is available here

Registration

Registration is open  here


Aquí os dejamos los speakers de la conferencia:Presenters will be updated once they are confirmed.

 

Veronica Boix-Mansilla

VBM photo Veronica Boix-Mansilla is Chair of the Future of Learning at Harvard Graduate School of Education and is a Principal Investigator at Project Zero. Her research examines how human beings enhance their understanding of complex problems by using the lenses of disciplines like history, science, or the arts, or by combining disciplinary approaches in novel ways. She studies the developmental progressions that lead youngsters from early intuitive conceptions of the world to understandings that are informed by one or more disciplines. Her research bridges the minds and worlds of experts, educators, and learners and stands at the crossroads of fields like cognitive and developmental psychology, epistemology, sociology of knowledge and education. She links theory and practice learning from, and informing, initiatives in curriculum design, teaching, learning, assessment, and professional development in K-12 and higher education.

 

Lance King

Lance King Lance King (B. Tech, Dip. Ed(dist), M.Ed(hons)) is an internationally recognized author, teacher and workshop facilitator who, in the last 17 years, has worked with over 150,000 students worldwide. He is the creator of the Art of Learning programme taught in over 200 schools in eight countries and is a specialist in the direct teaching of ‘learning skills’. Within the IB he has been instrumental in the development of the IBCC and the new MYP programme with particular focus on reformulating ATL. He is married with four children, lives in Raglan, New Zealand and divides his time between teaching and presenting workshops for teachers, parents and students around the world and writing.

Ben Walden

Ben Walden Ben’s work has received major acclaim.He is an actor and presenter who has played a number of leading roles on television and for the Donmar and Almeida theatre companies as well as at Shakespeare`s Globe.
Having run many masterclasses for the Shakespeare`s Globe Education Centre he has worked in close collaboration with Mark Rylance and Richard Olivier in the development of an experiential theatre learning technique called Mythodrama.
As an Senior Associate at Olivier Mythodrama, Ben is now running sessions bringing this work at Leadership level into a broad range of organisations across the world. He has also run projects at a number of leading business schools including Columbia, OSBS, the London Business School and Insead.
"Contender Charlie" is the company he has formed to take this, and other theatre techniques,  into education. Ben`s chief passion is using theatre as a medium to bring meaning, purpose and greater personal expression to the lives of young people.

Grant Wiggins

Grant Grant Wiggins is the President of Authentic Education in Hopewell, New Jersey. He earned his Ed.D. from Harvard University and his B. A. from St. John's College in Annapolis.
Grant is perhaps best known for being the co-author, with Jay McTighe, of Understanding By Design, the award-winning and highly successful program and set of materials on curriculum design used all over the world; and of Schooling by Design.
Over the past twenty five years, Grant has worked on some of the most influential reform initiatives in the world, including Ted Sizer's Coalition of Essential Schools, the IB, the Advanced Placement Program; state reform initiatives in New Jersey, New York, and Delaware; and national reforms in China, the Philippines, and Thailand.
Grant is widely known for his work in assessment reform. He is the author of Educative Assessment and Assessing Student Performance, both published by Jossey-Bass.
His work is grounded in 14 years of secondary school teaching and coaching. Grant taught English and electives in philosophy, coached Varsity soccer, Cross Country, JV Baseball, and Track & Field. He also plays in the Hazbins, a rock band.
Sarah Kay
sarak kay Sarah Kay is a Spoken Word Poet who grew up in New York City and began performing her poetry when she was only fourteen years old. Even though she was often the youngest poet by a decade, Sarah made herself at home at the Bowery Poetry Club, one of New York's most famous Spoken Word venues. She is the Founder and Co-Director of Project V.O.I.C.E.
In 2004, Sarah founded Project V.O.I.C.E. and has since taught Spoken Word Poetry in classrooms and workshops all over the world, to students of all ages. Most recently, Sarah was a featured speaker at the 2011 TED conference.
Sarah is an IB Diploma graduate from the United Nations International School (UNIS) in New York City.

Cristóbal Cobo

Cristobal Cobo Cristóbal Cobo (PhD) is a research fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, where he coordinates research on innovation, open knowledge initiatives and future of learning research projects. Currently he works on Internet Science, OportUnidad, K-Networks and SESERV (European Commission). He is also coordinator of a collective project on informal, non-formal and invisible learning - a collaborative book and an online repository of bold ideas for designing cultures of sustainable innovation.
He has been a Visiting Fellow at the Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance, University of Oxford and  Professor and Director of Communication and New Technologies and editor of the educational platform of the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences , Mexico. He has worked on academic projects with organizations such as the Open University (UK), the University of Oxford, the University of Minnesota, the University of Toronto, the Open University of Catalonia, the Mexican Ministry of Public Education, and the Ministries of Education of Chile and Argentina, the Telefonica Foundation (Argentina and Mexico) and the European Union.

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