(Español) Suelo y sol: más pensamiento (y contexto) para la innovación educativa

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Happy Holidays and a Wonderful 2017!

For all of you (newers and “classics”), those that makes my life more and more interesting every day: Thankyou! I wish you -and all your loved people- all the best… Hope to see you in 2017

GITE Seminar: Basic readings about Educational Technology Vol. 2

Following the initiative started in May with the first one, now we have done the second version of the Recommended Readings Seminar, following the compilation of readings done in the Book “Educational Technology” by Chris Davies y Rebbeca Eynon (2016). This second part is titled by the authors as  “Research into Technology and Learning Sciences, ...

(Español) TIC, brecha digital y proyectos incluyentes (Material de clase)

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(Español) Yo quería un sí (asuntos no educativos)

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(Español) En la ILE: Estrategias de la Nueva Educación: Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje

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(Español) Debate: ¿qué funciona realmente en la innovación educativa? 2

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(Español) ¡Feliz Cumpleaños Felipe!

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the clearest side of the Dark side: copying The Friskies

I was writing a long intro to this post, but it is not important. This is just for sharing with you the reflections of one of the groups of my students (students of 1st year of the degree in Primary Education Teaching) about the Dark side of TextBooks, as the final part of a task in ...

Performance Roles Reinterpreted

Those who you spend some time around here, maybe you remember than in subjects in which I teach, we work in groups and use performance roles. I told here some time ago in this blog post about roles. As I told you then, results have been diverse, but I still use them because the students’ ...