Ayer asistí a la conferencia Desarrollo de espacios de aprendizaje multi dimensionales con David Jakes. Me estuvo interesante la manera en que presenta espacios de aprendizaje donde el estudiante y facilitador son “libres” todo es con el propósito de aprender.
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"On the Development of Multi-Dimensional Learning Spaces"
Facilitated by David Jakes
AASL – ISTE SIGMS Librarian Learning Community Mtg – Oct 26, 2010
In this session, we’ll discuss the importance of space to learning, and how schools must rethink how space is designed and allocated to support new dimensions of learning. Specifically, a model for a multi-dimensional learning space that blends both physical and digital elements will be presented. Our collaborative discussion will then consider and assess the role that the library and librarians have in creating and sustaining such a space.
David is a frequent, nationally-known speaker on topics related to Web 2.0 technologies. He is currently hosting a series of four webinars for ISTE, as well. He is also a prominent blogger of the blog "The Strength of Weak Ties". David has spent twenty four years in education as a teacher, staff developer and technology coordinator. He currently works as the Coordinator of Instructional Technology at Glenbrook South High School in Glenbrook, Illinois, where he works closely with his school librarian to create a space that blends technology with the full library program.
• David will begin with an overview of the topic “The Development of Multidimensional Learning Spaces”.
• Next, he will lead a discussion on sharing tips about free technologies.
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