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10 Ways to Get Student-Centered Learning Right | Edudemic

10 Ways to Get Student-Centered Learning Right | Edudemic

Written by on 17/11/2014 in Curated content

If there´s been a single educational buzzword with traction over the past few years, student-centered learning certainly tops the charts. From the TED stage to experimental classrooms, an increasing number of thought leaders, schools and teachers are advocating a handover of the learning experience to the students who must do the learning. To seasoned educators, […]

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Guide to Creating Tech-Friendly Classroom Management Strategies | Edudemic

Guide to Creating Tech-Friendly Classroom Management Strategies | Edudemic

Written by on 14/10/2014 in Curated content

One of your jobs as a modern-day teacher is to invite your students to the technology table. The trick is to convince them that tech gadgets arent just for entertainment; theyre also for learning. Your kids wont reach their learning goals if you dont lure them in. If you’re a teacher who grew up in […]

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Continuous learning. XX1 century self taught person – Aprender Siempre. Retrato robot del autodidacta del siglo XXI

Continuous learning. XX1 century self taught person – Aprender Siempre. Retrato robot del autodidacta del siglo XXI

Written by on 22/09/2014 in Curated content

We are always at the edge of a new wave of life. This time the edge is set by having access to learning resources no matter where you are and when you need it. Teachers become coach and students become self taught people. To be successful we need to develop a number of new disciplines […]

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Six key skills you develop while studying languages through Online Campus

Six key skills you develop while studying languages through Online Campus

Written by on 21/09/2014 in Blog

I got in my in basket an interesting article I want to share with our followers’ Community, it is about the “Top 10 Skills We Wish Were Taught In School, But Usually Aren’t”. It strokes my reading as I see lot of common disciplines with the ones gained while learning languages through a well implemented […]

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The damn of knowledge: the more you know, the worse you explain

The damn of knowledge: the more you know, the worse you explain

Written by on 21/11/2012 in Blog with 0 Comments

I just read a post that I loved. It is titled “The curse of knowledge. The more you know the worse you explain”. It reminded me that one of the discussions I’ve had many times with clients is: how can you create training on the subject X if you’re not an expert? My answer is always, “No, I am an expert in the educational process.”

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