Teaching in a Digital Age by A.W. (Tony) Bates

I strongly recommend this open textbook “Teaching in a Digital Age – Guidelines for designing teaching and learning for a digital age” written by Tony Bates and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. The book is available for downloading in PDF

Scientix Social Media Campaign / Campaña Scientix en Redes Sociales

ENG: This is a collection of tweets to support the Scientix Social Media Campaign in order to let STEM teachers know about the repository of resources available at Scientix portal. ESP: Colleción de tweets de apoyo a la campaña de Scientix en redes sociales para dar a conocer la enorme cantidad de recursos disponibles sobre …

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List of Java, HTML5 and Flash activities for learning Physics

This is a short list of URL with links to tons of applets in Java, HTML5 and flash  to learn STEM subjects but especially  Physics. Most of these applications can be run online through a web browser so it’s not needed to download and install. Feel free to suggest more to complete the list. PHET …

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My virtual attendance to #mtmoot 2014

June is usually a busy month for teachers. Final exams, grades, school reports, meetings with parents are the usual stressing tasks for all of us. So as soon I begin my summer holidays, I start to pay attention to many other forgotten activities  and hobbies. One of those activities is to read about what’s going …

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OCL4Ed: 3rd Learning reflection

This post contains a learning reflection (E-activity)  about what I learned along the micro Open Online Course OCL4Ed (3rd learning reflection). We were invited to reflect about what we learned and how, connecting previous experiences with current findings. We also have to review our previous posts to personal blogs or microblogging systems. As a starting …

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How to introduce OER and Creative Commons in your School

This post contains a learning reflection about using creative commons licenses that I had to write for the micro Open Online Course OCL4Ed (Activity 4.1). A bit of history Since some years ago I started to read about Open Eucational Resources (OER). This term was first adopted at UNESCO‘s 2002 Forum on the Impact of …

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