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FEBRERO 2016

Algunas palabras para el cambio cultural de la educación por Alfonso González
Creating an empowering school environment por Michael Nantais
Aprendizaje Digital: retos y oportunidades: clausura de #EskolaDigitala2 por Fernando Trujillo
Automation or empowerment: online learning at the crossroads por Tony Bates
A European Framework for Digitally-Competent Educational Organisations por Panagiotis Kampylis, Yves Punie y Jim Devine (JRC-IPTS)
Horizon Report > 2016 Higher Education Edition
Key concern for educators: Learning how to learn por C.M. Rubin
Detecting Baloney about “Schools of the Future” por Faculty Jacobin
Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Learning Management (#MOOCMOOC)por Sean Michael Morris
Challenging our pedagogy: Hybrid Pedagogy’s editors’ picks por Chris Friend
Forget technology–Let’s Talk about Tools for Teaching por Karin Forssell
Social media: an unrealized opportunity por Harold Jarche
Students Aren’t Coddled. They’re Defeated por John Warner
Stop Humiliating Teachers por David Denby
Una buena y una mala noticia por Fernando Trujillo
How to create a Meaningful Learning in the Classroom por Katarina Vandekar
The Fertile Zone for Learning and Innovation por Katie Martin
In an Era of Knowledge Abundance por Elna Mortensen
Aprobar o aprender (pdf) editado por Elena Cano
De churras y merinas… por Juan Sánchez Martos
Straight A students may not be the best innovators por Benjamin S. Selznick y Matthew Mayhew
Los proyectos invisibles por Fernando Trujillo
Challenge-driven universities to solve global problems por NESTA
Plagiarism is dead; long live the Retweet: unpacking an identity crisis in a digital content por Susanne Murphy
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ENERO 2016

Aprendizaje y Memoria por José Blas García Pérez
My Generation Essay: Redefining education por Emily Mitchum
Innovating Pedagogy 2015. Exploring new forms of teaching, learning and assessment, to guide educators and policy makers (pdf) por Open University
There is no skills-gap: it is employers who have not kept up with the improved skills of graduates por Steven C. Ward
César Rendueles: “Liberemos la imaginación y creamos en alternativas de cambio” por Emma Rodríguez
¿Utopías o distopías? por Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras
The School of the future por Pasi Silander
A New Pedagogy is Emerging… and Online Learning is a Key Contributing Factor por TeachOnline
Predictions, Dumb and Otherwise, about Technology in Schools in 2025 por Larry Cuban
Social media: What options do schools have? por José Picardo
The concept of different “learning styles” is one of the greatest neuroscience myths por Olivia Goldhill
Is technology changing learning habit(u)s? por Cristina Costa
The Guide to Implementing Digital Learning por SETDA
Ed-Tech Patents: Prior Art and Learning Theories por Audrey Watters
Learning space furniture choice por Stephen Heppell
La participación de las familias en el sistema educativo: la percepción del profesorado en formación por Mª Antònia Gomila Grau y Belén Pascual Barri
Privacy and Information Sharing por Pew Research Center
Mariano Martín Gordillo: “Educar es mucho más que enseñar: es humanizar” por Manuel Crespo, OEI-Ciencia
La universidad menosprecia la docencia por Amalio Rey
La carta que Camus escribió a su profesor de colegio tras ganar el Nobel de Literatura por Yúbal
5 HigherEd Learning Trends About to Reshape the Workplace por Lenny de Franco
Supporting Digital Literacy in Educational Contexts: Emerging Pedagogies and Technologies por Mark Warschauer, Tamara Tate, Melissa Niiya, Soobin Yim y Youngmin Park
What does it mean to be human in the age of technology? por Tom Chatfield
Las múltiples excusas para no innovar en el aula por Débora Kozak
7 Real Ways Blogging Can Make You A Better Teacher And Learner por Nick Grantham
Las pedagogías escolares emergentes por Jordi Adell y Linda Castañeda
Conversations: Instructional Design, Trust, and Discovery por Sean Michael Morris y Josh Eyler
Viaje a la escuela del siglo XXI por Alfredo Hernando

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DICIEMBRE 2015

Replantear la educación. ¿Hacia un bien común mundial? (pdf) UNESCO  
Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015 por Audrey Watters
Banning and unbanning phones in schools por Michael Trucano
High Possibility Classrooms: Student Agency Through Technology-Enhanced Learning por Jane Hunter
Meaningful Making: Projects and Inspirations for FabLabs and Makerspaces
Addicted to Distraction por Tony Schwartz
Las pedagogías escolares emergentes por Jordi Adell y Linda Castañeda
Julio Carabaña: “PISA es muy deficiente como sistema de evaluación de las escuelas”
What Schools Could Use Instead Of Standardized Tests por Anya Kamenetz
Borrador del Libro blanco de la función docente no universitaria (pdf) Antonio Marina, Carmen Pellicer y Jesús Manso
10 interrogantes a propósito del libro blanco sobre la profesión docente de José Antonio Marina por Jaume Carbonell
Hacking The Hype: Why Hackathons Don’t Work por Anjali Sastry y Kara Penn
Las ciudades como grandes repositorios de abundancia por Raúl Oliván
Learning in the digital age – theory and practice por Steve Wheeler
Schools of Tomorrow (1915, pdf) por John y Evelyn Dewey
The Best Possible Guarantee of Learning por Will Richardson
Dear Student por Jesse Stommel
Simple, Complicated, Complex por Will Richardson
Assessment and measurement are not the same thing por Joe Bower
Thinking critically por Harold Jarche
How to design the future por Jon Turney
Teaching or Learning? por Will Richardson
El currículo escolar en el marco de la nueva ecología del aprendizaje por César Coll (pdf)
La orientación en el Libro Blanco: treinta años perdidos por Víctor Cuevas
2016 – the year of MOOC hard questions por Martin Weller
Santiago Alba Rico: “Hoy la educación está en manos de maestros heroicos” por Emma Rodríguez
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NOVIEMBRE 2015

Libraries: Cathedrals of Our Souls por Caitlin Moran
What Will Become of the Library? por Michael Agresta
Seven is the age of wonder, not the age for formal testing por Jethro Shirley-Smith
All Aboard the LeaderShip. Reflections on Goals and Catchphrases por Alfie Kohn
Key themes in national educational technology policies por Michael Trucano
Stop saying technology is causing social isolation por Héctor L. Carral​
Technology Evangelists, Skeptics, and Those in the Middle por Larry Cuban
The Primary Problem with Educational Technology por David Wiley
The Fun They Had por Isaac Asimov
What Can Be Done To Improve Parent-Teacher Communication? por Linda Flanagan
The library of the future por Kim Sherwin
Education for Profit, Education for Freedom por Martha C. Nussbaum
The Powerful Effect of Noticing Good Things at Work por Joyce E. Bonoy Theresa M. Glomb
Ya nadie se muere de viejo por Toni García Ramón
Centros Finlandia en Andalucía: casos y lecciones en la búsqueda de #NuevosModelosEducativos por Fernando Trujillo
How We Arrived Here: “We, the people, must redeem” por Paul Thomas
8 Ways Digital Storytelling Transforms Learning in 21st Century Education: The Research Evidence por Stephania Savva
The Maker Movement and the Rebirth of Constructionism por Jonan Donaldson
Learning is Not a Mechanism: Assessment, Student Agency, and Digital Spaces por Jesse Stommel
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OCTUBRE 2015

Postcards from the Futch. Nothing looks like the past like talking about “the future” of the internet por Joanne McNeil
Learning. Creatively. Together. Educational Change Report 2016 Universidad de Helsinki
Nuevas pedagogías que no son tan nuevas por Débora Kozak
Dispositions and habits of/for connected learning por Jon Becker
Why educators can’t live without social media por Eric Stoller
Lo privado como mercancía por Antonio Salgado Borge
Rhizomatic Education : Community as Curriculum por Dave Cormier
Not-Yetness por Amy Collier
Where the OECD EdTech Report Missed the Mark por Tom Van der Ark
Maker Education and Experiential Education por Jackie Gerstein
Why Dewey would applaud the maker movement in schools por Paula Hogg
Manifesto for teaching online
  ¡Cuidado! Cuando los libros fueron como internet por Sergio Parra
The Research Files Episode 14: Andreas Schleicher on the impact of technology on learning outcomes por Jo Earp. ACER
Building Towards a Learning Society: A National Digital Strategy For Schools (pdf) por Deirdre Butler Margaret Leahy, Gerry Shiel y Jude Cosgrove    
Digital Strategy for Schools. 2015-2020. Enhancing Teaching, Learning & Assessment (pdf)
8 motivos para fomentar el uso de las redes sociales y 3 motivos para hacerlo con cuidado por Ismael Peña-López
(Digital) Identity in a World that No Longer Forgets por Alec Couros yKatia Hildebrandt
La felicidad de aprender por Joaquín Rodríguez
Sobre la formación permanente del profesorado por Fernando Trujillo
Education and the Cult of Efficiency por The Lefty Parent
The Algorithmic Future of Education por Audrey Watters
Of Flying Cars and the Declining Rate of Profit por David Graeber
Seymour Papert’s Legacy: Thinking About Learning, and Learning About Thinking por Paulo Blikstein
Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age (2002) por Mitchel Resnick
Learn to Code, Code to Learn (2013) por Mitchel Resnick
14 things that are obsolete in 21st century schools por Ingvi Hrannar Ómarsson
What if we approached testing this way? por Arthur H. Camins
Why too much choice is stressing us out por Stuart Jeffries
You should work out loud in the 21st century por Ayelet Baron
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SEPTIEMBRE 2015

How Making Time for Books Made Me Feel Less Busy por Hugh McGuire
Support for Teachers in a Competency Education School por Brian Stack
Building Castles in the Air: Critical Digital Pedagogy and the Pursuit of Praxis por Stephen Barnard
Can Venture Capital Unlock Innovation in Education? por Audrey Watters
Myths about College Degrees and the Job Economy por Bob Samuels
The Terror of the Archive por Navneet Alang
Opening Pandora’s Dox: The Unintended Consequences of an Internet That Never Forgets por Arthur Chu
A dystopian welfare state funded by clicks por Evgeny Morozov
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Learning Isn’t Changing por Will Richardson
Adios Ed Tech. Hola something else por George Siemens
What about Qualitative Research in the “New Data Science of Learning?” por Amy Collier
36 Weeks of Innovation for Your Classroom por Carl Hooker
Big Data Doesn’t Exist por Slater Victoroff
Hello Future Pastebin Readers. Welcome to the New Normal por QuinnNorton
Smarter, crowdsourced, super startup schools por Ben Williamson
Teachers, leave them kids alone¡. La ideología credencialista y la pedagogía de la destrucción creativa  por César Rendueles
A message to Auntie por Steve Wheeler
Carta abierta sobre tecnología educativa para la Consejera de Educación de la Junta de Andalucía por Fernando Trujillo
Solos y conectados, la paradoja de la soledad en la época de los mil “amigos” en redes por Javier Jiménez
Digital Taylorism por The Economist
“Sorry, I’m Not Taking This Test” por Kristina Rizga
The VLE isn’t the problem, the sediment is por Martin Weller
Why Do We Separate the Teacher From the Tech? por Tom Whitby
The Maker Movement. Implications of new digital gadgets, fabrication tools and spaces for creative learning and teaching por Sandra Schön,Martin Ebner y Swapna Kumar
Situating Makerspaces in Schools por Colin Angevine y Josh Weisgrau
It’s OK to Be a Luddite por David Auerbach

JULIO 2015

Educación abierta: 8 propuestas para innovar en la enseñanza por Juan Pastor
Deeper Learning in Practice por Jennifer Kabaker
¿La mejor innovación educativa? El profesor por Montserrat del Pozo
Las comunidades virtuales de práctica y aprendizaje por José Luis Cabello
The battle for open – tales from the front por Martin Weller
Brian Solis: The Six Stages of Digital Transformation Maturity por Brian Solis
Four Simple Student-centered Learning Techniques por Cathy N. Davidson
Is It Time to Give Up on Computers in Schools? por Audrey Watters
The Increasing Significance of Social Media in the Learner Journey por Doug Belshaw
Does “Brainstorming” Lead To Innovation? por George Couros
A World Without Work por Derek Thompson
The Case Against Laptops in the Classroom por Jennifer Senior
What Is Digital Pedagogy? por Sean Morris
Why Ed Tech Is Taking Off In Latin America por Omar Téllez
Librarian as Outsider por Nora Almeida
How Teens Use Social Media por Audrey Watters
The Web We Have to Save por Hossein Derakhshan
The tyranny of the “right” answer por Jim Dillon
Why Blogging Is Key to the Future of Higher Ed por Michael Hart
Es la información estúpido… por Felicidad Campal
Teaching Digital Wisdom por Adam Copeland
La cara oscura de Internet por Manuel Arias Maldonado
Access To Learning Content Is Not The Same As Equity In Education por Jordan Shapiro
5 Razones por las que la igualdad produce injusticia por Javier Touron
What’s All the Fuss About ePortfolios Anyway? por Cathy Davidson
Why we fail the ‘tragedy of the commons’ test por Dylan Selterman
Can you have both security and privacy in the internet age? por Anja Kaspersen
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JUNIO 2015

Myth: You can do more with less por Pasi Sahlberg
Why Do We Separate the Teacher From the Tech? por Tom Whitby
Teaching as Inquiry: A mechanism for leading meaningful and manageable pedagogical change por Claire Amos
Which Students Get to Have Privacy? por danah boyd
Conquering Digital Distraction por Larry Rosen y Alexandra Samuel
Palimpsest of School Reform: Personalized Learning por Larry Cuban
The future of ed tech is here, it’s just not evenly distributed por Sava Saheli Wingh y Tim Maughan
High-stakes, Standardized Tests Are “Master’s Tools,” Not Tools for Social Justice por P.L.Thomas
Are ‘Learning Styles’ a Symptom of Education’s Ills? por Anna North
Learning Networks, Not Teaching Machines por Audrey Watters
The Un-education of a Technologist: From EDUPUNK to ds106 por Jim Groom
Educators’ Love Affair with Change por Larry Cuban
Why Open Educational Resources (OERs) are Important for Critical Pedagogues por  Gregory Zobel
¿A qué vienen los usuarios a la Biblioteca? por Biblioteca Reina Sofía
The Role of Social Power inside Organisations por Gloria Lombardi
Propuestas para un diálogo sobre educación abierta por Asociación Educación Abierta
Study on innovation in higher education: final report (pdf) por John Brennan, Steve Ryan, Marina Ranga, Simon Broek, Niccolo Durazzi y Bregtje Kamphuis
Blended learning: The great new thing or the great new hype? por Phil McRae
Every Student Should Have A Digital Portfolio por Tom Vander Ark
Report Suggests Young People May Abandon Social Media If Privacy Breaches Continue por Lucas Matney

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Aalto University Commons. Drawing methods class. Dominio público https://flic.kr/p/nQswiR

MAYO 2015

4 Fundamental Problems With Everything You Hear About The Future Of Education por Jordan Shapiro
The industrial education system myth por Martin Weller
Britain should be wary of borrowing education ideas from abroad por Pasi Sahlberg
El significado del cambio educativo: un cuarto de siglo de aprendizaje por Michael Fullan
Education and technology notes on my trip to Buenos Aires por Pierre Levy
How Transparency Can Transform School Culture por Katrina Schwartz
No hay calidad sin diversidad. La escuela inclusiva por Bartolomé Quiroga
Managing in an Age of Winner-Take-All por Richard Straub
What Are the Required Skills for Today’s Digital Workforce? por Dion Hinchcliffe
Sobre el proyecto de real decreto de las evaluaciones finales de etapa en la LOMCE por Fernando Trujillo
Network for Public Education Defends Test Resistance for Equity por Diane Ravitch
Have We Wasted Over a Decade? por Daniel Katz
Learning and Technology Policy Framework 2013 (pdf) Alberta. Canadá
How to Transform Teaching with Tablets por Tom Daccord y Justine Reich (ASCD)
The World Needs a New Curriculum (pdf) por Marc Prensky
Stressed Out by Work? You’re Not Alone
The Paradox of Deeper Learning: The Unlearning Curve por Samuel Dyson
Joining the dots por Steve Wheeler
Claves de la educación democrática en Finlandia  por Knowledge Constructors
We Are Not In the Content Business, We Are In the Community Business por Mike Caulfield
What Should You Know About Education Technology? por Audrey Watters
70:20:10 – Beyond the Blend por Charles jennings
Mindsets and Student Agency por Eduardo Briceño
El cambio vendrá con el empoderamiento del profesorado por Alfonso González
Excellence is not the only point of education por Sam Carr
Homework is a Social Justice Issue por Kris Shaffer
Every Employee is a Digital Employee por Christy Pettey
Libraries as software – dematerialising, platforms and returning to first principles por Hugh Rundle
Annual Accountability Testing: Time for the Civil Rights Community to Reconsider por Marc Tucker
The Invisible Learners Taking MOOCs por George Veletsianos
MYTH: Blended Learning is the Next Ed Tech Revolution – Hype, Harm and Hope por Phil McRae
Libertad como desconexión por Daniel Innerarity
 

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Malalla Museum. Bill Boucauts lending library (ca 1940). CC 2.0 by-nc.-sa https://flic.kr/p/amNuzi

 

ABRIL 2015

Sharing: A Responsibility of the Modern Educator por Jackie Gerstein
Finland is throwing away everything that made its schools the best in the world por Dennis Hayes
Victory Unclaimed: Obama’s Investments in Open Educational Resources por Hal Plotkin
Beyond Adoption to Value Creation por Simon Terry
Embracing perpetual beta por Harold Jarche
TEDxLondon: The Problem Finders [VIDEO] por Ewan Mckintosh
Inquiry Based Professional Learning por George Couros
The Future of On-Campus Higher Education? por Margaret Andrews
Los límites de la universidad tal y como la conocemos por Teamlabs
Defining Strategy, Implementation, and Execution por Ken Favaro

MARZO 2015

Make School a Democracy por David L. Kirp
Forget 21st Century skills – revive 18th Century skills por Donald Clark
Why Has Technology Failed To Substantially Improve Student Achievement? por  Cathie Norris y Elliot Soloway
Pedagogy Before Technology? por Daniel Edwards
Responsive.org Manifesto
The Future of Organisations: scaffolded & reconfigurable por Julian Stodd
Elementary School Dumps Homework and Tells Kids to Play Instead por Heather Holland
Teacher: Common Core tests set kids up to fail por Jennifer Rickert
Innovation through Reflection: a Call for Teachers por Sean Morris
“Mamá, no tengo tiempo para estudiar porque estoy aprendiendo”: entrevista en el Núñez, un colegio diferente por Amador Fernández-Savater
Enredar, crear y jugar en la formación de maestros, o cómo disfrutar de mi profesión por Fernando Trujillo
What are the Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make When Integrating Technology into the Classroom? por Silvia Tolisano
False frontiers por Steve Wheeler
¿Tiene sentido “hacer la tarea escolar” en casa? por Débora Kozak
Pearson, PARCC, Privacy, Surveillance, & Trust por Audrey Watters
How to Preserve a Startup Culture as a Company Grows por Adrienne Sanders
Experiencias memorables de aprendizaje con tecnología por Fernando Trujillo
Historias por Aitor Lázpita
Entrevista a Fina Birulés: “Pensar es salir del círculo trazado, interesarnos por lo no dicho, atrevernos a ir más allá” por Carlos Javier González Serrano
The tower of PISA is badly leaning. An argument for why it should be saved por Pasi Sahlberg y Andy Hargreaves
Marvellous Mapping: Visitors & Residents Workshop por Catherine Cronin
Why Students Need a Space of Their Own por Laura Wernick FAIA
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FEBRERO 2015

Can Students Have Too Much Tech? por Susan Pinker
The Automatic Teacher por Audrey Watters
Smartphones Don’t Make Us Dumb por Daniel T. Willingham
Personalised Learning Together por Jim Devine
Innovar aceptando los fracasos o Fracasar por no estar dispuestos a Innovar por David Álvarez
The Lack of Evidence-Based Practice: The Case of Classroom Technology (Part 3) por Larry Cuban
Leadership and Effectively Integrating Educational Technology: Ten Lessons for Principals and Other Educational Leaders por Chris Toy
Teach For Finland? Why it won’t happen por Pasi Sahlberg
The Myth of Learning Styles por Cedar Riener y Daniel Willingham
Flipping the Switch: Who Is Responsible for Getting Employees to Take a Break? por Knowledge Wharton
The Cathedral of Computation por Ian bogost
(25 Years Ago) The First School One-to-One Laptop Program por Audrey Watters
Fases en la integración de la tecnología en educación por Jose Luis Cabello
What’s the purpose of education in the 21st century? por Arthur H. Camins
De la taylorización a la tallerización de la cultura por Antonio Lafuente
¿Tienen política los artefactos? por Langdon Winner
The 11 Barriers to Technology Adoption por Cathie Norris y Elliot Soloway
Classroom Technology: Nightmare or Dream? por Joe Bower
Educación Abierta: entrevista a Jonatan Castaño (IPTS) por educaintef
Ecosistemas de Recursos Educativos Abiertos. Contenidos por Antonio Monje
Decálogo del liderazgo digital por Juan Manfredi
Mil ríos: lo que el mundo moderno ha olvidado acerca de los niños y el aprendizaje por Carol Black

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Naíra Teixeira Dias CC 2.0 by https://flic.kr/p/nWJevr

ENERO 2015

Harmonizing Learning and Education por Michael Feldstein

We need schools to be different por Scott Mcleod

Koller, Thicke, and Noble: The “Blurred Lines” Between Traditional Online Courses and MOOCs por David Wiley

Leadership for the Network Era por Harold Jarche

La creatividad como actitud vital radical o Werner Herzog como guía para perplejos por Juan Freire

Tech 2015: Deep Learning And Machine Intelligence Will Eat The World por Anthony Wing Kosner

Trying to solve for the problem of education in 2015 por Dave Cormier

El Derecho a aprender. 10 propuestas para transformar el sistema educativo por Alfonso González

Pruebas externas de tercero de primaria por Rafael Feito

Federated Education: New Directions in Digital Collaboration por Mike Caulfield

Why (Not) Wearables por Audrey Watters

A Teenager’s View on Social Media. Written by an actual teen por Andrew Watts

New Clues por David Weinberger y Doc Searls

Who Wants to Know? Use Student Questions to Drive Learning por Suzie Boss

What if Students Made a School? por Tom Carroll

Students Tech Teams 101: A toolkit for educators por Jenn Scheffer

How to stay relevant in today’s technological age por Caroline Cornell

To the Office, With Love por Jennifer Senior

Digital diploma mills: The automation of higher education por David Noble

A Hippocratic Oath for Ed-Tech por Audrey Watters

An Old Fogey’s Analysis of a Teenager’s View on Social Media por danah boyd

I received the following email from my son’s middle school principal por Jason Stirman

The High Cost of Neuromyths in Education por Judy Willis

We Still Don’t Know the Difference Between Change and Transformation por Ron Ashkenas

Educational technology as the SkyMall catalog por Jonathan D. Becker

4 Keys To Designing A Project-Based Learning Classroom

Why Finland is finished as role model in education por Donald Clark

The Day the Purpose of College Changed por Dan Berrett

Bill Gates on dangers of artificial intelligence: ‘I don’t understand why some people are not concerned’

Caught in-between por Harold Jarche

 

DICIEMBRE 2014

If Freire Made a MOOC: Open Education as Resistance por Jesse Stommel

10 años de estar juntos: luces y sombras de la Educación 2.0 por Víctor Cuevas

The Culture of Public Education por Joe Bower

Schools as Factories: Metaphors That Stick por Larry Cuban

In Defense of Technology por Andrew O’Hagan  

The Monsters of Education Technology por Audrey Watters

A Way To Work, Connect and Learn in Your Job por Helen Blunden

5 Reasons Your Portfolio Should Be A Blog por George Couros

De la provisión de servicios educativos a la creación de experiencias de aprendizaje: notas para un cambio de paradigma en ciernes por Fernando Trujillo

Decoding Digital Pedagogy, pt. 2: (Un)Mapping the Terrain por Jesse Stommel   

Data & Civil Rights: What do we know? What don’t we know? por Danah Boyd

We Can’t Trust Uber por Zeynep Tufekci y Brayden King

Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2014: Buzzwords por Audrey Watters

What Are MOOCs Good For? por Justin Pope

The What and Why of a Professional Learning Network por Tom Whitby

Siete Propuestas para estimular el Aprendizaje Informal en tu Organización por David Álvarez

Where did the 80% come from? por Jay Cross

To Thrive in Chaos and Ambiguity por Julian Stodd

The Challenges of Digital Leadership por Scott Mcleod

Five Reasons You Shouldn’t Use Technology In The Classroom por Andrew Campbell

Three Questions to Ask Before Choosing Technology for Education por Jordan Shapiro

Why did we come to work? por Bill Barnett

Hacer el amor con la ciudad por Aurora Adalid y Antonio Lafuente

Better Than Free por Kevin Kelly

 

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NOVIEMBRE 2014

The Computer Delusion por Todd Oppenheimer (Julio 1997)

Why the Best Teachers Don’t Give Tests por Alfie Kohn

Teaching in a digital Age por Tony Bates

The digital native – myth and reality por Neil Selwyn

Why Organizations Must Encourage Collaboration: Building a Case por Sahana Chattopadhyay

Del ciberutopismo de la Escuela 2.0 al ciberrealismo de la Gran Depresión: lecciones para un futuro educativo incierto por Fernando Trujillo

Trust, Agency, and Connected Learning por Jesse Stommel

Why I Hate “Digital Citizenship” por Keith Heggart

La sociedad del desconocimiento (pp. 43-49) por Daniel Innerarity

The Blogosphere lives! por David Weinberger

Critical Digital Pedagogy: a Definition por  Jesse Stommel

How to Misuse Technology & Kill 21st Century Thinking por Peyton Luxford

Privacy 2.0. We Need Weapons, Not Words por Matthias Pfau

The Future of HR por Harold Jarche

Against Productivity. This Essay Took Four Years to Write por Quinn Norton

Indies, hipsters, gafapastas y todos los demás por César Rendueles

From “Open” to Justice por Audrey Watters

MOOCs as neocolonialism – Who controls knowledge? por Philip G. Altbach

The Significance of Educational Technology History and Research por George Veletsianos

Technology skills only scratch the surface of the digital divide por Jordan Shapiro

ESN as knowledge bridges por Harold Jarche

 

 OCTUBRE 2014

The Original Factory Education Was a Personalized Learning Experiment por Mike Caulfield

Machine Grading and Moral Learning por Joshua Schulz

There’s no app for good teaching por Laura Moorhead

laptops, pedagogies, and assemblages of attention por Alex Reid

Optimism About MOOCs Fades in Campus IT Offices

We Need Better Managers, Not More Technocrats

Putting Teachers at the Center of Education Technology por Annie Murphy Paul

Don’t Personalize Learning por Benjamin Riley

Grooming Students for A Lifetime of Surveillance por Jessy Irwin

We Want Privacy, but Can’t Stop Sharing por Kate Murphy

Don’t believe the hype, the ‘sharing economy’ masks a failing economy por Evgeny Morozov

Learning theories for the digital age por Steve Wheeler

Ni un milímetro. Gramática parda por Aitor Lázpita

Comparing xMOOCs and cMOOCs: philosophy and practice por Tony Bates

Libraries as software – dematerialising, platforms and returning to first principles por Hugh Rundle

Sobre cómo abrir contenidos: el caso de La aventura de Aprender por Javier de la Cueva

View From Nowhere. On the cultural ideology of Big Data por Nathan Jurgenson

Say goodbye to public schools: Diane Ravitch warns Salon some cities will soon have none por Diane Ravitch

What Is ‘Personalized Learning’? Educators Seek Clarity por Sean Cavanagh

Finland shows that equity and excellence can co-exist in education por Pasi Sahlberg

Rethinking Education: Self-Directed Learning Fits the Digital Age por Amy Harrington   

Privacy, Data Combination, and Why PII Can Be A Red Herring por Bill Fitzgerald

Why mastering personal knowledge is critical to success por Harold Jarche

Demystifying the MOOC por Jeffrey J. Selingo

The Science Of The Common Core: Experts Weigh In On Its Developmental Appropriateness por Alice Walton

The grassroots of learning por Ryan Tracy

The anarchic experimental schools of the 1970s por Tom de Castella

The corporation for the future por Lynda Gratton

 

 SEPTIEMBRE 2014

A Primer for EdTech: Tools for K-12 and Higher Ed. Teachers por Michelle Kassorla

Technology is Not Neutral por Gary Stager

Lessons for Leaders from LAUSD por Bruce Dixon

Shifting the Classroom, One Step at a Time por Shelley Wright

My year with a distraction-free iPhone & how to start your own experiment por Jake Knapp

Developing digital literacies por JSC

How Neuroscience Is Being Used To Spread Quackery In Business And Education por Matt Wall

Who Do You (Really) Trust? With Your Personal Info? With Your Child’s? por Cathy Davidson

Redes sociales: entre lo privado y lo público, lo personal y lo profesional por Tíscar Lara

Why I Just Asked My Students To Put Their Laptops Away por Clay Shirky

The Internet Probably Isn’t Ruining Your Teenager’s Brain por Christian Jarret

¿Las Escuelas están Out? entrevista de David S. Bennahum a Seymour Papert

The Trouble With Online Education por Mark Edmundson

Forget the learners, how do I measure a MOOC quality experience for ME! por Dave Cormier

A hard drive of ones own por Lisa M Lane

Digital classroom tools raise privacy concerns por Jessica Meyers

Ed-Tech’s Monsters #ALTC por Audrey Watters

Carta de la “desexcelencia”: salvemos la universidad

5 Trends Shaping the Future of Work por Vala Afshar

Balancing “We” and “Me”: The Best Collaborative Spaces Also Support Solitude por Christine Congdon, Donna Flynn y Melanie Redman

Why Pundits Like to Say Education Isn’t Changing. It is. It is! por Cathy Davidson

All students should learn to code. Right? Not so fast por Valerie Strauss

A day in the life of a data mined kid por Adriene Hill​

The MOOC Misstep and the Open Education Infrastructure por David Wiley

La renuncia de la educación por Joaquín Rodríguez

Creativity Creep por Joshua Rothman

 

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AGOSTO 2014

Bundling and Re-bundling por George Siemens

Learning theories and online learning por Tony Bates

Digital Citizenship & Flow por Darcy Moore

(Im)Perfect Singularity: The Fallacy of Digital Appearances por Álvaro Márquez

The rise of data and the death of politics por Evgeny Morozov

Shouldn’t Education and Learning Be the Same Thing? por Jackie Gerstein

12 Steps for Creating a Digital Assignment or Hybrid Class por Jesse Stommel

Putting Students in the Driver’s Seat: Technology Projects to Decrease Passivity  por Ike Shibley

We Don’t Need No Education por Ben Hewitt

The McDonaldization of Education: the rise of slow por Shelley Wright

El hacker contra la universidad zombi por Jorge Jiménez Ramírez

Knowledge, practice and community por Steve Wheeler

What Is Privacy?. It’s also not so simple por Danah Boyd

No, Dystopian Sci-Fi Isn’t Bad for Society. We Need It More Than Ever por Devon Maloney

Work less, do more, live better por Patience Schell

 

JULIO 2014

Documenting FOR Learning por Silvia Tolisano

The Importance of Emotional Leadership por Alec Couros

Why Workplace Learning Fails, And Why It’s Time to Ban The Fire Hose por Stephen J. Meyer

What does the Facebook experiment teach us? por Danah boyd

The Art of Self-Promotion on Social Media por Kevan Lee

Cómo llevar a la era digital un centro educativo por Mikel Agirregabiria

Why Learning Through Social Networks Is The Future por TeachThought Staff

Educational technology isn’t leveling the playing field por Annie Murphy Paul

Working out loud: Your personal content strategy por John Stepper

Leadership Is About to Get More Uncomfortable por Georg Vielmetter y Yvonne Sell

6 Research-Backed Ways to Get More Followers on Twitter, Facebook, G+, and More por Kevan Lee

If You Want To Avoid Being Replaced By A Robot, Here’s What You Need To Know por Greg Satell

9 Ways To Boost Knowledge Worker Engagement por Oscar Berg

The collaboration pyramid (or iceberg) por Oscar Berg

The tainted narrative of the workplace por Thierry de Baillon

The “Digital Native,” a Profitable Myth por Jathan Sadowski

El momento de la educación por Alfonso González

Can There Be Educational Transformation Without Profiteering? por Cathy Davidson

Un OLE para todos| Tendencias #RRHH 2.0 por Alicia Pomares

There’s no point in knowledge if you don’t share it: collaboration and generosity in the social age por Julian Stodd

Recibes lo que das por Genís Roca

What Is Public?. It’s so simple, right? por Anil Dash

 

JUNIO 2014

Wanted: Leaders to drive schools into digital age por Meghan E. Murphy

Why Some Teachers Are Against Technology In Education por Terry Heick

Clic pedagógico por Cristóbal Suárez

The Vision (Our Eportfolio Project) por George Couros

Why Formative Assesments Matter

Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship por Mike Ribble

40 maps that explain the internet por Timothy B. Lee

The Promise of a New Internet por Adrienne LaFrance

You Are Not a Digital Native: Privacy in the Age of the Internet por Cory Doctorov

Reclaiming Innovation por Jim Groom y Brian Lamb

No Really, What Should Technologists Know About Education? por Audrey Watters

Mastering digital marketing por David Edelman (Mckinsey)

The Selfie and the Self: Part 1 – Hiding and Revealing por Nishant Shah

TIC, Identidad Digital y Educación: Cuatro Reflexiones por Manuel Area

The Renaissance of Public Education por Linda Pruett

Philanthropic Advocacy for School Reforms por Larry Cuban

Learner at the center of a Networked World Informe del The Aspen Institute

How to Spend the First 10 Minutes of Your Day por Ron Friedman

The Seek > Sense > Share Framework por Harold Jarche

Lecturas Recomendadas: MOOC, Innovación Educativa y Recursos Didácticos por David Álvarez

Technology 101: What Do We Need To Know About The Future We’re Creating? por Howard Rheingold

Is It Okay to Be a Luddite? por Sean Michael Morris y Jesse Stommel

The Disruption Machine por Jill Lepore

Design Thinking – una visión global por Esteban Romero Frías

Learning to breathe in the network era por Harold Jarche

Business transformation and the digital CIO por Michael Krigsman

 

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MAYO 2014

A Rich Seam. How New Pedagogies Find Deep Learning  (pdf) por Michael Fullan y Maria Langworthy

Howard Gardner: ‘Multiple intelligences’ are not ‘learning styles’ por Howard Gardner

For Students, the Importance of Doing Work That Matters por Will Richardson

Small changes to make a big difference and modernise workplace learning por Jane Hart

Why the Indie Web movement is so important por Dan Gillmor

La escuela del bosque: la primera escuela catalana y renovadora cumple 100 años por Jaume Carbonell

OECD and Pisa tests are damaging education worldwide Carta abierta de 120 académicos al Director del Programa PISA, Andreas Schleicher.

The Goal of Education Is Becoming por Mark Prensky.

Goodbye, Net Neutrality; Hello, Net Discrimination por Tim Wu

EU leadership and an EU digital President por Neelie Kroes. Vicepresidenta de la Comisión Europea y responsable de la Agenda Digital.

The digital native – myth and reality por Neil Selwyn

Internet y educación por Neil Selwyn

The App Generation: How Technology Is Changing Us por Howard Gardner y Katie Davis

Robots and Education Labor #bccagora por Audrey Watters

Lectures Aren’t Just Boring, They’re Ineffective, Too, Study Finds en ScienceInsider

Data mining your children por Stephanie Simon

Who are you empowering? por Hugh Rundle

Co-inventing the Curriculum por Howard Rheingold

How to learn by working smarter, not harder por Nanette Fondas

La empresa Digital tiene sistema operativo digital por Fernando de la Rosa

What Parents Need To Know About Big Data And Student Privacy por Anya Kamenetz

The Real Stranger Danger por Will Richardson

The Importance of Teaching Digital Citizenship por Richard Byrne

Students don’t need a ‘voice.’ Here’s what they really need por Sam Levinen en el blog de Valerie Strauss en el Washington Post

The Yin and Yang of Workplace Learning por Jane Hart

 

ABRIL 2014

Why Technology Alone Can’t Fix the Education Problem por Monica Bulger

Evgeny Morozov’s “To Save Everything, Click Here” por Tom Slee

15 Technologies That Were Supposed to Change Education Forever por Matt Novak

The Case Against Grades por Alfie Kohn

Homework: New Research Suggests It May Be an Unnecessary Evil por Alfie Khon

Whether it’s bikes or bytes, teens are teens por danah boyd

10 Key Trends to Watch for 2014 por Global Trends

Battling for the Soul of Education (pdf) por John Abbott

Connectivism as Learning Theory por Stephen Downes

Taking the NO out of Innovation por Valerie Robin

Twitter Pedagogy in 140 Characters or Less por Jesse Stommel

La formación inicial del profesorado: una asignatura pendiente por Víctor Cuevas

Reading to Have Read por Ian Bogost

Digital Transformation and the Digital Customer Experience por Vala Afshar

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