Eduardo Lina: Teacher, Trainer, Moodler

Eduardo Lina: Teacher, Trainer, Moodler

Feb 19, 2014

MOVENOTE: Métodos y herramientas para la escuela del futuro - Módulo 3 del MOOC



Movenote preparado en el marco del curso "Métodos y herramientas para la escuela del futuro" - Módulo 3 del MOOC
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Métodos y herramientas para la escuela del futuro - Módulo 3 del MOOC

El presente video, realizado con Screencast-o-matic (aplicación gratuita, con posibilidad de extender los servicios que da por no mucho dinero) contiene, entre otras cosas, lo mostrado en el Movenote que subí a la comunidad de participantes del MOOC "Métodos y herramientas para la escuela del futuro" . Intento mostrar con ejemplos algo de lo que nos ocupa en el curso.


Feb 14, 2014

Módulo 2 MOOC La escuela del futuro

Este es un aporte que he realizado en el marco del módulo 2 de un excelente MOOC



Feb 10, 2014

תהליכי החקר בתחום הדעת שפות זרות (פרט לאנגלית)

צורף קישור להרשמה להשתלמות:
כדאי להפיץ אותו לעודד הרשמה, כיוון שאנחנו קצרים בזמן...

נקבעו שני המפגשים הסינכרוניים שקבענו, כולל מפגש סינכרוני לבדיקה של המערכת

Feb 2, 2014

Prezi - Blended Learning at Kugel

Blended Learning at Kugel in ENGLISH

Click on the link below to see the Prezi.

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Google Drive - Blended Learning at Kugel

When it comes to using Google Drive Tools, there is no doubt that Adele Raemer, a colleague from the South of israel,  can teach even Google people what to do with them. Anyway, inspired byher example, and hoping to show that you can think (and act) out of the box with different student populations, I have just made a video showing some of the work we have been doing with some Google tools in the Special Education 10th grade English class.

For me, Blended Learning is not just with Moodle, though that is my favorite, of course. Don't think that I don't have to convince kids that this is studying English, too! They seem to have been made to believe that worksheets and printed books are "the right way to study", even if it is the same over and over again... You have to make some believe that they can do more (and better) than that. Here's the clip