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Help Wanted! Journey of a Lifetime! Hazardous Conditions! Safe Return Doubtful! Hard Work Guaranteed! Dark Days & Long Nights! Join the #EdCampSantiago 2013 Expedition!

It was 1912 when a certain Ernest Shackleton was looking for some men for a hazardous journey in the newspaper advertisement below. The weird guy that posted this ad made a quite unattractive offer for a seemingly not funny expedition. … Continue reading

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2012 Spring & Summer Catalog of Books by Thomas Jerome Baker

2012 Spring & Summer Catalog of Books by Thomas Jerome Baker This catalog of books by Thomas Jerome Baker brings together over 40 books on Amazon, Kindle, and CreateSpace. Take your time to browse, there is something here for everyone. … Continue reading

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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: Register Now! Inscribirse AHORA!

Edcamp Santiago, a free conference for teachers, comes to Santiago, Universidad Mayor, Campus Manuel Montt, Av. Manuel Montt 367, Comuna Providencia, on Saturday, January 14, 2012. Edcamp Santiago http://edcampsantiago.wordpress.com/ , an education conference like no other, will be held at … Continue reading

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6 Online Sharing Personas: Which Online Sharing Persona Describes You?

The New York Times Customer Insight and Advertising Groups have completed a study on “The Psychology of Sharing,” which examines the motivations for why people share online. The Psychology of Sharing study is a comprehensive multiphase research study, which was … Continue reading

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Connectivism means Sharing

Connectivism happened to ELT before ELT knew very much about it. We were already connected, sharing ideas, resources, and networks. We were doing something without first defining it. Defining connectivism isn’t really hard to do. Simply sit down at your … Continue reading

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3 Reasons ELT/EFL Teachers Should Share: Should I Share For Free? Not At All…

I received the comment below, from “Anonymous”, in response to a previous post, “The Urgency of Teachers Sharing Resources: A Moral Imperative”. http://bit.ly/ohRH7p Comment from Anonymous: “I firmly believe in free software philosophy and I love to apply it to … Continue reading

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The Urgency of Teachers Sharing Resources: A Moral Imperative

Before we discuss why sharing is important, crucial, and urgent, we need to agree on what I mean when I say, OER. So, what is an Open Educational Resource? I agree with the way Stephen Downes, one of the two … Continue reading

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Twirlr: Do Not Share, Turn Off Your Mobile Devices

You are sitting in the audience. You have your mobile device turned on. You are ready to share. You are connected. And then comes the announcement: Turn off your mobile devices…. What do you do? To tweet or not to … Continue reading

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#CCK11 – The Connectivist Writes: A Jig-Saw Creative Writing Lesson #ELTchat

Our journey begins. Are you ready? The first step, for some, is the hardest step of all. The most difficult step. Are you thinking, what I think you are thinking? You see, I’m thinking, that you are thinking, that I’m … Continue reading

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