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Where Do Good Ideas Come From? #Edcamp Santiago

Where do good ideas come from? That’s an easy question to answer. Here’s the answer: Edcamp Santiago. Really, I’m not kidding. Let’s let Steven Johnson explain why good ideas come from people attending an edcamp like Edcamp Santiago. It’s really … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: A Look Back At #EdCamp Toronto 2011

It’s all about the questions… No agenda… Learning from others… 21st Century creating an engaging learning space… The people here are here on a Saturday morning because they are passionate about education…

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#EdcampSantiago: Focus on Informal & Social Learning

Edcamp Santiago 2012 is “The” opportunity to develop your professional knowledge, skills and abilities, in a sustainable manner. What do I mean? Consider this typical seminar announcement: “Highly regarded experts from Europe and the USA will participate in this seminar.” … Continue reading

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Unconference: What #EdcampSantiago Is

What’s Edcamp Santiago? Edcamp Santiago is about learning, sharing ideas, developing networks and engaging with the teachers and future teachers of the Chilean education community. Community. That’s a group of people who share a common goal, a common purpose, a … Continue reading

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Students Making Videos: Students Making Meaning

Students making videos, autonomously, was an idea I had recently. As I played with the notion, looking at it from all angles, it looked good. You know, an opportunity to get out of the students’ way, and let them learn … Continue reading

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Connectivist Word Walls: Show and Tell #CCK11 #ELTchat

Hi everyone. Today’s connectivist writing lesson is called “Show and tell”. Sometimes, no matter how much you refine and plan your words, well, at times, words alone just don’t work. So, what do you do? Show and tell. Show what … Continue reading

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Day Five: Reflecting (#CCK 11)

Hi. I’m thinking, or better said, reflecting on #CCK11. Now, I’m actually alone in the house (incredible but true), it’s late afternoon, a nice cool breeze is blowing gently through my window, and my gaze has come to rest on … Continue reading

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Connectivism & Connected Knowledge Course: Day 2 (#CCK11)

(Credit for this concept Map: Jane Wilde wildejk@gmail.com http://bit.ly/hif03W ) What did I learn today? First, through the course Daily Newsletter, I came across the CMAP shown above. It was made by Jane Wilden, in a previous course. I think … Continue reading

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Blogs in Plain English for EFL Students

Have you tried using blogs with your EFL / ELT students? It will provide your students with engagement with English, outside of the classroom, in all four language skills. I have heard of teachers who are using Blogs with students … Continue reading

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