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Susan Sontag’s Radical Vision for Remixing Education | Brain Pickings

Writing 40 years ago, in a diary entry from January of 1973, Sontag inverts the traditional sequence of schooling, envisioning for education what Stefan Sagmeister has done for work with his model of time-shifted retirement via distributed sabbaticals, and above all seconding Miller’s insistence on learning by doing.

Este recurso fué publicado originalmente en la comunidad La otra escuela: innovación educativa.


Compartilhado em 15.2.2013 por Kilian CD

Daphne Koller: What We’re Learning From Online Education | TED

Daphne’s TED talk, which she delivered about a month ago in Edinburgh, was released today. In it she shares the story and motivation behind Coursera, as well as some of our basic design principles.

Este recurso fué publicado originalmente en la comunidad La otra escuela: innovación educativa.


Compartilhado em 4.1.2013 por Kilian CD

Education is something we’re deeply passionate about, but the fact remains that today’s dominant formal education model is a broken system based on antiquated paradigms. 

Este recurso fué publicado originalmente en la comunidad La otra escuela: innovación educativa.


Compartilhado em 2.1.2013 por Kilian CD

Yong Zhao's new book: 'World Class Learners: Educating Creative and Entrepreneurial Students'

The book is about preparing global, creative, and entrepreneurial talents. It is my attempt to answer a number of pressing questions facing education today. These questions are exemplified by two new stories that have dominated the media recently, one around the Facebook IPO and the other the debt and jobs of college graduates.

Este recurso fué publicado originalmente en la comunidad La otra escuela: innovación educativa.


Compartilhado em 28.12.2012 por Kilian CD

A bilingual blog on education, philosophy and...

John Mackenzie , rector de un Colegio chileno, es el autor de este blog. En este espacio además de temas relacionados con la Ética, la Epistemología y la Filosofía de la Mente hay una cantidad notable de información (post, enlaces, etc) referente al educación (Teoría del conocimiento, pensamiento crítico, etc.) y nuevas tecnologías  (web 2.0 y otras herramientas 2.0,..).

Dispone de varias secciones temáticas con recursos útiles para los docentes (universidad y bachillerato), como por ejemplo:  Para profesores/teacher resources.


Publicado em 7.9.2010 por Ana Moreno

Steve Hargadon es el creador de Classroom 2.0., una red social que ha permitido a los profesores y alumnos comunicarse más intensamente. Mediante el desarrollo de tecnologías que posibilitan el desarrollo de videoconferencias múltiples y sencillas con calidad para personas en diferentes lugares del mundo. Se define de la siguiente manera:

" I am Elluminate's Social Learning Consultant, founder of the Classroom 2.0 social network, host of the Future of Education interview series, and co-chair of the Global Education Conference (links below). I pioneered the use of social networking in education, particularly for professional development.

I blog, speak, and consult on educational technology, I run the Open Source Pavilion and speaker series for the ISTE, CUE, and other edtech shows, and I am the organizer of the annual EduBloggerCon, OpenSourceCon, and the "unplugged" and "bloggers' cafe" areas at both ISTE and CUE. I am also the Emerging Technologies Chair for ISTE, a regular columnist at School Library Journal, the author of "Educational Networking: The Important Role Web 2.0 Will Play in Education," the recipient of the 2010 Technology in Learning Leadership Award (CUE), and a blogger at

I have consulted for PBS, Intel, Ning, KnowledgeWorks Foundation, CoSN, the U.S. State Department, and others on educational technology and specifically on social networking"


Compartilhado em 9.8.2010 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

Organización sin ánimo de lucro cuyo objetivo principal es promover el uso de las tecnologías en el ámbito educativo y fomentar la innovación en la educación. Ellos se definen de la siguiente manera:

"Futurelab is an independent not-for-profit organisation that is dedicated to transforming teaching and learning, making it more relevant and engaging to 21st century learners through the use of innovative practice and technology.

We have a long track record of researching and demonstrating innovative uses of technology and aim to support systemic change in education – and are uniquely placed to bring together those with an interest in improving education from the policy, industry, research and practice communities to do this.

Futurelab is close enough to government to be influential, but distant enough to have an independent viewpoint; credible and respected by academia, but with rigorous project management, support and delivery mechanisms that deliver to commercial timelines. Our integrity and commitment to positive change allow us access to education practitioners and learners and we, in turn, support them to adopt new teaching practices with a range of research-informed support and tools.

Futurelab’s work to date covers a range of both topical and forward-thinking areas including, among others, curriculum innovation; learning spaces and building capital programmes; digital inclusion; health and well-being; play and computer games; adult and family learning; assessment; and digital literacy and participation. Examples of our work include:

Futurelab cannot do this work on its own. We rely on funding and partners from across the education community – policy, practice, local government, research and industry - to realise the full potential of our ideas, and so continue to create systemic change in education to benefit all learner"


Compartilhado em 7.2.2010 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González