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  • ¡Excelente contenido para estos días relacionados a la celebración de la Semana Educativa! Todavía la enseñana en la isla de Puerto Rico es al estilo tradicional y conservadora. Se evidencia la integración de la tecnología en el currículo pero, la mayoría de los estudiantes no la utilizan o pueden utilizarla. El aprendizaje autodidacta aumenta con el asunto de tecnologías emergentes disponibles en la Web. Existe cierta colaboración entre docentes e investigadores pedagógicos pero, todavía estamos en inicios. Hay información disponible al alcance de la mano y se evidencia mentoría que hace la diferencia entre algunos. En Puerto Rico el uso de modelos híbricos de aprendizaje (en línea) no están es atractivo o hay ciertas actitudes o aptitudes en la prioridad para aprender. Así que explora más en EL FINAL DE LA ENSEÑANZA.
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  • 1. THE END OFTEACHING AS WE   KNOW IT @agalorda     BY ÁLVARO GONZÁLEZ-ALORDA
  • 2. In  the  spirit    of  honoring  tradition,  universities  hang  on  to  past  practices  imperiling  their  futures.  CLAYTON CHRISTENSENHARVARD UNIVERSITY
  • 3. Professors  teach  today  exactly  the  same  way  they  taught  a  thousand  years  ago.  SEBASTIAN THRUNSTANFORD UNIVERSITY
  • 4. Every  industry  will  be  disrupted  and  rebuilt  with  people  at  the  center.  SHERYL SANDBERGFACEBOOK COO
  • 5. 6 KEY DRIVERS OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TO WATCHSOURCE ·∙ NMC HORIZON REPORT: 2012 HIGHER EDUCATION EDITION
  • 6. People  expect   to  be  able  to   work,  learn   and  study  #1 whenever  and   wherever   they  want  to.      
  • 7. #2 Cloud  Computing.    We  will   want  our  information  to  be   accessible  in  any  device.  
  • 8. The  world  is  increasingly  collaborative,  driving  changes  in  the  way  students  projects  are    structured.      #3
  • 9. Since  information   is  everywhere,     the  quality  of   mentoring     will  make  the   difference.    #4
  • 10. Embracing  hybrid  learning  models    (face  to  face  +  online),  can  leverage  the  online  skills  students  have  already  developed  independent  of  academia.      #5
  • 11. Shifting  from  teacher-­‐centered  to  #6 student-­‐centered  education  &   engaging  them  by  connecting  the   curriculum  with  real  life  issues.  
  • 12. 5 CHALLENGES HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS NEED TO FACESOURCE ·∙ NMC HORIZON REPORT: 2012 HIGHER EDUCATION EDITION
  • 13. New  models  of  education  #1 are  bringing  unprecented   competition  to  the   traditional  models.  
  • 14. The  new  forms  of  publishing  #2 and  researching  are  not  yet   well  understood  by  academic   decision-­‐makers.  
  • 15. #3 We  are  far  from  seeing  digital   media  literacy  as  an  expected   norm  for  academic  professionals.  
  • 16. #4 Experimentation  with   innovative  applications  of   technologies  is  often  seen  as   outside  the  role  of  researchers.  
  • 17. In  an  open  source  world,  libraries  are  under  pressure  to  evolve  new  ways  of  supporting  scholarship.  #5
  • 18. 2 TECHNOLOGIES TO WATCH IN THE NEAR-TERM HORIZONSOURCE ·∙ NMC HORIZON REPORT: 2012 HIGHER EDUCATION EDITION
  • 19. Mobile  apps  can  take  advantage  #1 of  the  convergence  of  electronic   publishing,  search  technology   and  location  awareness.  
  • 20. Tablet  computing  presents  #2 new  opportunities  to  enhance   learning  experiences  in  ways   other  devices  can’t.  
  • 21. 2MY CONCLUSIONS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION PROFESSORS AND INSTITUTIONS
  • 22. @agalorda  Professors  need  to  challenge  themselves  by  #experimenting  and  creating  disruptive  teaching  methodologies.  #1    
  • 23. @agalorda  Presential  teaching  is  becoming  a  luxury  you’ll  only  pay  for  if  professors  are  really  #inspiring.  Good  content    won’t  be  enough.  #2  
  • 24. Join  the  conversation  at:  bit.ly/agalorda

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