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Michael Feldstein, Argos Education, Jun 21, 2022
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This is a very large headline for what is actually a fairly narrow article. The premise is this: "students still see value in college but are dropping out because they come to question the value of the particular college experience they are having." In response, Michael...

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Jaime Caldwell, BCcampus, Jun 21, 2022
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"When selecting resources for your curriculum, it is important to incorporate authentic Indigenous resources," writes Jaime Caldwell. But this raises some tough questions. "What does it mean to be authentic? And how can such resources be incorporated in a respectful way?... it can...

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Marc Lange, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Jun 21, 2022
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Many education theorists are non-reductive physicalists, that is, while they agree everything that exists is physical, they argue (inconsistently, in my opinion) that "there are metaphysically independent special-science laws that underwrite special-...

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Course Materials for Educators

Publicado en OLDaily el 21/06/2022

BCcampus, Jun 21, 2022
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This is a really nice library of open educational resources created and hosted by BCcampus. Clint Lalonde writes in a Mastodon thread, "the vast majority of the heavy lifting putting this new BCcampus  #OER collection site together was done by Mel Meyers over the past year prior to her BCcampus...

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Paul Prinsloo, Rogers Kaliisa, Journal of Learning Analytics, Jun 20, 2022
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This paper is a "scoping review of research in the field of learning analytics (LA) conducted on the African continent." It found 15 studies, mostly from South Africa. "...

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Kyle Pearce, Make Math Moments, Jun 17, 2022
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People think of things like language and mathematics as basic and foundational, but they're actually examples of very high level abstract thinking. That's what you should take away from this post (while ignoring the fact that it's marketing for a math skills company). And why is...

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Thinking About Ed Tech

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/06/2022

Jim Groom, bavatuesdays, Jun 17, 2022
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This is a continuation of Jim Groom's thoughts about edtech (I could have combined them into one post I suppose, but I didn't). The term 'edtech' feels a lot like the term 'open', he says. "More recently when folks talk about edtech it's often associated with venture capital buy-outs,...

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