Daily Archives: September 2, 2010

Las Economías del Conocimiento y las Sociedades de la Innovación se desarrollan en torno al Aprendizaje

El presente artículo es un intento por describir y analizar el papel, dinámico y crucial, que juega el aprendizaje en la conformación y el estímulo de la transformación de las sociedades y economías posindustriales de la actualidad en auténticas economías … Continue reading

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Metodología i-AFIEL para medir la Innovación en e-Learning

Este artículo presenta y analiza la innovación en el marco del proyecto europeo Enfoques Innovadores para una Inclusión total en el eLearning (i-AFIEL) y, en especial, la metodología utilizada para medir la innovación en proyectos de e-learning desarrollados por la … Continue reading

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Canciones Pedagógicas – Aprender realizando Actividades Lúdicas

La experiencia de aprendizaje que describimos en este artículo no tiene como prioridad la creación de juegos, sino la reflexión psicodidáctica relacionada con esta y otros aspectos relacionados con la eficiencia de las actividades recreativas. Basándonos en juegos y actividades … Continue reading

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Net4Voice – Nuevas Tecnologías para la Conversión de Voz en Entornos de Aprendizaje sin barreras

El proyecto Net4Voice pretende incrementar la calidad de las portunidades de aprendizaje al promover la adopción de entornos de aprendizaje sin barreras y desarrollar metodologías innovadoras que utilizan tecnologías de reconocimiento del habla. Estas últimas pueden transformar automáticamente el discurso … Continue reading

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Local Actors in Global Politics

Globalisation and the new ICTS have enabled a variety of local political actors to enter international arenas once exclusive to national states. Multiple types of claim-making and oppositional politics articulate these developments. Going global has been partly facilitated and conditioned … Continue reading

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Relevance of Geographical Indications and Designations of Origin for the Sustainable Use of Genetic Resources

This study provides a worldwide panorama of current trends in Geographical Indications (GIs) as they relate to biodiversity conservation and rural development, and their potential contributions to poverty, hunger alleviation and environmental goals. When peasant and indigenous producer organizations decide … Continue reading

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Personal Academic Environment – aiding Academics to move from Knowledge Management to Knowledge Creation

In this paper we aim to explore the potentiality of a Personal Learning Environment (PLE) as an aid to an academic staff in the context of their daily work. Personal Learning Environments may be the key to the possibility of … Continue reading

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10 strong claims about successful School Leadership

The research project investigated a national sample of schools which had improved pupil learning outcomes over at least three consecutive years under the leadership of the same headteacher. It included a literature review and surveys completed by the heads and … Continue reading

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Innovation to Strenghten Growth and address Global and Social Challenges

Today, the world’s societies face severe economic and social challenges. The 2008-09 economic downturn has led to reduced potential output growth, rising unemployment and soaring public debt. To recover, countries need to find new and sustainable sources of growth. The … Continue reading

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9 Common Principles for 21st Century Schools

I’ve been reading and talking about “21st Century Schools” lately and just remembered this post I wrote on a wiki a while ago. It is based on Ted Sizer’s Common Principles for the Coalition of Essential Schools. I thought it was … Continue reading

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