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La entrada de las tecnologías móviles en el salón de clases: estrategias para innovar a los estudiantes en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje

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Conferencia ofrecida con motivo de los Días de Desarrollo profesional: Tecnología y Pedagogía. La conferencia se realizó en el hotel Ponce Hilton, el jueves 24 de abril de 2014. Este proyecto se ha diseñado considerando ofrecerle a los maestros de colegios privados dos conferencias por día, durante tres días consecutivos. Con este proyecto de tres días, se busca abrir un espacio para estudiar a fondo los temas de interés para la comunidad docente, en cuanto a la integración de tecnología y la función del maestro en este ámbito.

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La entrada de las tecnologías móviles en el salón de clases: estrategias para innovar a los estudiantes en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje

  1. 1. Jornada de Desarrollo Profesional Examinar la escuela de hoy y las competencias tecnológicas: una realidad ineludible La entrada de las tecnologías móviles en el salón de clases: estrategias para innovar a los estudiantes en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje Antonio L. Delgado Pérez, M.A. Ed. Diseñador Instruccional
  2. 2. Introducción En este proyecto de prisma se busca abrir un nuevo espacio de reflexión sobre los asuntos de interés para la comunidad educativa, en cuanto a la integración de la tecnología móvil en el contexto académico y los retos del docente hiperconectado.
  3. 3. Agenda 1. Qué es a Educación Móvil (mLearning) 2. Las tendencias del Mobile Learning 3. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje 4. Aplicaciones móviles que propician el aprendizaje hiperconectado 5. Sesión de comentarios y preguntas
  4. 4. mLearning Metodología de enseñanza y aprendizaje valiéndose del uso de pequeños dispositivos móviles: teléfonos móviles, PDA, tabletas, PocketPC, iPod y todo dispositivo de mano que tenga alguna forma de conectividad inalámbrica. Wikipedia
  5. 5. Aprendizaje Móvil
  6. 6. Tendencias de la Sociedad Móvil
  7. 7. Tendencias de la Sociedad Móvil
  8. 8. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  9. 9. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  10. 10. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  11. 11. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  12. 12. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  13. 13. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  14. 14. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  15. 15. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  16. 16. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  17. 17. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  18. 18. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  19. 19. Nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje
  20. 20. TendenciasTecno-Educativas
  21. 21. Aprendizaje Basado en Competencias
  22. 22. Evaluación de Aplicaciones
  23. 23. Infografía:
  24. 24. Tools One of the questions we hear often with BYOD is what will I do with all these devices? We have already discussed DNA (Device Neutral Assignments) as well as the fact that students will be the ‘experts’ of their personal devices. We also know that sometimes students need some direction in what tools are out there. Here is a quick comparison list of a variety of tools that can meet a few familiar tasks. Click on the underlined name of the resource to access more information. Have a suggestion? Tweet it out to #peel21st. Create a Digital Story Organize Ideas Create an Animation Capture Student Thinking Create a GameTools One of the questions we hear often with BYOD is what will I do with all these devices? We have already discussed DNA (Device Neutral Assignments) as well as the fact that students will be the ‘experts’ of their personal devices. We also know that sometimes students need some direction in what tools are out there. Here is a quick comparison list of a variety of tools that can meet a few familiar tasks. Click on the underlined name of the resource to access more information. Have a suggestion? Tweet it out to #peel21st. iOS App iMovie Create either a movie trailer or your own movie projects including sound, video, images. Cost: $4.99 (VPP possible) iOS App Popplet Lite This app will allow you to capture ideas in pictures, drawings or text. Cost: Free Also an online tool iOS App NFB Pix Stop Quickly create your own stop motion animations. Includes video lessons on the process. Cost: Free iOS App Explain Everything Cost: $2.99 (VPP possible) Doceri is a free alternative. iOS App Sketch Nation Studio Quickly create your own games to play on your iPad or iPod touch. Cost: Free Tools One of the questions we hear often with BYOD is what will I do with all these devices? We have already discussed DNA (Device Neutral Assignments) as well as the fact that students will be the ‘experts’ of their personal devices. We also know that sometimes students need some direction in what tools are out there. Here is a quick comparison list of a variety of tools that can meet a few familiar tasks. Click on the underlined name of the resource to access more information. Have a suggestion? Tweet it out to #peel21st. Android Movie Studio Cost: Free Version Android Mindomo Cost: Free (Also available for iPad) Android Lapse It Cost: Free Android Freenote Cost: Free Capture your own notes or annotate on pictures. Just because there isn’t an app right now, doesn’t mean there soon won’t be one. Developers are constantly creating new tools. Web tools may work as well. Tools One of the questions we hear often with BYOD is what will I do with all these devices? We have already discussed DNA (Device Neutral Assignments) as well as the fact that students will be the ‘experts’ of their personal devices. We also know that sometimes students need some direction in what tools are out there. Here is a quick comparison list of a variety of tools that can meet a few familiar tasks. Click on the underlined name of the resource to access more information. Have a suggestion? Tweet it out to #peel21st. Online Tool Animoto Simple online tool that allows you to quickly create movie style slideshows. Sign in required. (App available) Online Tool bubbl.us No sign in required to get started creating your own word webs! Online Tool www.abcya.com/ animate.htm A great introductory site to allow children to explore a drawn animation online. Online Tool Voicethread Voicethread.com Although created as an online storytelling tool, doodles & comments allow us to capture student conversations. Online Tool Scratch scratch.mit.edu Scratch is an introductory program to programming for children. Students create their own games, interactives, animations using code bricks that snap together. Scratch is both available online as well as on the My Applications page. Tools One of the questions we hear often with BYOD is what will I do with all these devices? We have already discussed DNA (Device Neutral Assignments) as well as the fact that students will be the ‘experts’ of their personal devices. We also know that sometimes students need some direction in what tools are out there. Here is a quick comparison list of a variety of tools that can meet a few familiar tasks. Click on the underlined name of the resource to access more information. Have a suggestion? Tweet it out to #peel21st. Ministry Lic. Software Pixie 3 Licensed for K-3 (See also Frames 4, Photo Story, iMovie or Microsoft Moviemaker) Ministry Lic. Software Smart Ideas Licensed K-12 Ministry Lic. Software Frames 5 Licensed K-12 Online Tool Voicethread Voicethread.com Although created as an online storytelling tool, doodles & comments allow us to capture student conversations. Online Tool Scratch scratch.mit.edu Scratch is an introductory program to programming for children. Students create their own games, interactives, animations using code bricks that snap together. Scratch is both available online as well as on the My Applications page.
  25. 25. Reflexión
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  27. 27. Lecturas recomendadas: • Cinco ventajas del uso de las Tablets en Educación (Web)
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