Archive for Septiembre 2013

3 Ways to Encourage Higher Order Thinking with Technology

See on Scoop.itPensamiento crítico y su integración en el Curriculum

Here are three ways for teachers to prepare to design learning experiences that encourage higher order thinking through the use of technology as a tool for learning.

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Topsy: a game changer for search, e-reputation, & data analysis — @joycevalenza NeverEndingSearch

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“I regularly use Twitter’s own search as well as TweetDeck and Kred (once I am logged in) to scan and search the hashtags and keywords.

But, Topsy is a game changer.

The free comprehensive index and social analysis tool, searches keywords, hashtags and @ signs from minutes ago or from across a span of years, retrieving your social needles from millions of haystacks of billions of tweets.

Topsy is a way to instantly discover breaking news and just released press-releases and track current conversations and just posted media.”

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Metacognition – EduTech Wiki

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“Metacognition can be considered a synonym for reflection in applied learning theory.

 

However, metacognition is a very complex phenomenon. It refers to the cognitive control and monitoring of all sorts of cognitive processes like perception, action, memory, reasoning or emoting. It is also plausible that control over such cognitive processes can be either exiplit (people are aware of it, i.e. they have “epistemic feelings” or infer things) or implicit (they don’t reflect).”

enrique rubio royo‘s insight:

Aclarando conceptos

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Organiser pour la Complexité

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Special Edition of the BetaCodex Network´s two white papers on Organizing for Complexity – two papers in one! 

 

enrique rubio royo‘s insight:

Interesante. Versión en inglés… http://www.betacodex.org/node/1316

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