Archivo de la categoría: Innovate

Innovate: Volume 4, Issue 6. August/September 2008

Bueno, pues ya tenemos en el aire el nuevo número de Innovate… Así comienza la presentación de James L. Morrison su Editor-in-Chief.

” Welcome to the August/September edition of Innovate. This issue focuses
on the tensions and opportunities inherent in the cognitive and cultural
differences between instructors and their Net-Generation students. The issue
closes with discussions of two online resources for science education, one a
collection of lessons and pedagogical resources for educators and the other a
virtual world in which learners pursue informal science learning…”

El sumario es el siguiente:

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Volume 4, Issue 5 de Innovate. Jun/Jul 2008. Journal of online education

Bueno, pues ya tenemos en el aire el nuevo número de Innovate… Así comienza la presentación de James L. Morrison su Editor-in-Chief.

Few things are more fascinating—and more futile—than consideration of the future. What type of world will our students inherit? What types of attitudes and skills will be needed for participation in a global world? How should we teach in an era of abundant information? What role do educators play? Is copyright in its current form sustainable?

Many of these challenging questions are in their early form, certain to be rewritten and augmented with new concerns as the swirl of change continues its uncertain path. This edition of Innovate offers points of discussion against this complex, uncertain background by considering the changing shape of pedagogy, the nature of knowledge itself, the future of copyright, and the likely patterns of technology adoption in the future. Other authors take on the place of online portfolios in education and offer a tool for strategic planning to face the future.

George Siemens
Special Issue Editor

James L. Morrison

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vol 4/Issue 4 de Innovate. Abr/may 08. Journal of online education

Bueno, pues ya tenemos en el aire el nuevo número de Innovate… Así comienza la presentación de James L. Morrison su Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to the April/May issue of Innovate. This issue offers practical accounts of how online technology can bridge the gap between learning and professional practice, explorations of educational applications of video game technology, and an update on current developments in open-access scholarship. We close this issue with a review of a Web site that provides test-based rankings of secondary education across the globe.

Our first three articles describe courses that use David Kolb’s experiential learning cycle to shape a combination of e-learning technologies and experiential learning pedagogy in “ee-learning” environments…

Innovate is a publication of the Fischler School of Education and Human Services at Nova Southeastern University

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Innovate.Volume 4, Issue 3

Ya tenemos en el aire la nueva edición de Innovate.(Feb-Mar 08). Así nos la presente su editor James L. Morrison (Editor-in-Chief):

Why do we need to examine a research base in K-20 online learning? Online learning is transforming teaching, providing new instructional delivery models, and expanding access to education. Effective online instructional practices are increasingly supported by a growing evidence base that shows how various programs, courses, and instructional models can improve learning, increase student engagement, and catalyze innovation in education. This special issue offers a range of studies that contribute to an evidence-based framework to sustain further innovation in online teaching and learning.

In the first article of this special issue, Susan Lowes explores the transformation of both the teacher and the courses he or she teaches that can occur when a teacher moves between face-to-face and online environments. Based on a survey of 215 Virtual High School teachers, Lowes focuses her article on the “trans-classroom” teacher who works in both face-to-face and online classrooms and attempts to track how such teachers make shifts in ideas, strategies, and practices that constrain or improve their practice in either venue.

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Innovation 2008: The Real and The Ideal

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See and Hear The Full List of Our Exciting Speakers
(A work in progress)

Innovate, the Journal of Online Education, and the Focus On Education Foundation present Innovation 2008: The Real and The Ideal, April 14th and 15th in beautiful Breckenridge, Colorado.
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Innovate.Volume 4, Issue 2

Hoy traemos el nuevo número de Innovate que corresponde Diciembre2007-Enero 2008.

Welcome to the December/January issue of Innovate. This issue offers:

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Podcasting in Engineering Education.Edwad Berger. Innovate

Si ayer hablabamos de Narrativa y linealidad: Francis Pisani no creu en els podcasts.
Hoy traemos un artículo de Edwad Berger sobre los podcasts …

Edward Berger

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Virginia

Edward Berger received his PhD degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University in 1996, and he has been a faculty member in the field for the past 10 years. He started his academic career at the University of Cincinnati where he enjoyed research and teaching success and was recognized with the UC College of Engineering’s highest teaching honor (Professor of the Year) in the 2001-2002 academic year. He is presently associate professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Virginia where he has been podcasting course content since early 2006. He also serves on two committees for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), for vibration and sound and for nanosystems. He has authored over 25 technical publications and secured research funding from the National Science Foundation, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and Sandia National Laboratory. His current technical research focuses on nanoscale material characterization and atomic force microscopy, and his educational interests include instructional design using technology, especially tablet PCs and podcasting.

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