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

Mi Práctica Deportiva durante el año 2014 y … algo más

Estos son los datos de mi actividad deportiva que registré a través de la aplicación Endomondo durante el año 2014. Este año, a diferencia del resúmen del año pasado lo presento con gráficos. ¿Qué tiene que ver esta entrada con los temas sobre los que habitualmente escribo (STEM, Scientix, Tecnología educativa..)? Me temo que tendrás …

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Correlations among problem-solving and PISA performance in maths, science and reading

Reviewing the last PISA report (2014) about “Are 15-year-olds creative problem-solvers?” available at European Schoolnet Academy (PDF) site, I found this figure: It shows the latent correlation between performance in Mathematics, Reading, Science and Problem-solving. Probably nothing unexpected in the overall data but I’d like to highlight, in my modest opinion, two noticeable correlations: Problem-solving …

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Teaching with Moodle 2012-2013: Courses and Activities

Along course 2012-2013 I taught two main subjects: Biology-Geology and Physics-Chemistry. I had four groups from grade 9th (3º ESO) and two groups from grade 10th (4º ESO). The four groups of grade 9th were divided into two biligual groups (English language) and two non-biligual groups (Spanish and Galician languague). The full picture is: Grade …

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