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  1. Mar 2019
    1. Paso 4: Fortalecer

      El estudiante realiza una evaluación sin nota y recibe una retroalimentación. Una evaluación para el aprendizaje (puede ser por pares). La retroalimentación fortalece lo aprendido y presenta la oportunidad para remodelar y refinar antes de que los alumnos practiquen con la información.

    2. Paso 3: Recodificar 

      Consiste en que el estudiante escriba lo que acaba de aprender en su propio lenguaje. Qué lo represente, compare, ejemplifique, clasifique. Básicamente, que traduzca lo que recibió a su propio idioma.

    3. Paso 2: Reflexionar

      El valor principal de este punto es: el tiempo. Se hace énfasis en darle tiempo a los estudiantes para pensar y hacer las conexiones con la memoria de largo plazo. Los habitos: preguntar, visualizar, escribir diario, aprendizaje colaborativo.

    4. Paso 1: ¡Llegue a sus alumnos!

      Consiste en "despertar" el cerebro del alumno, alistarlo para lo que va a aprender. Se hace énfasis en la novedad como gancho, los organizadores visuales para concentrar la atención a ciertos temas, y la emoción y la relevancia para hacerlos "interesantes".

  2. Nov 2018
    1. iscus-sion only within a framework of disruption.

      Unfortunately, this happens with a lot of movements that have no clear organizers. The migrant caravan stuck in Tijuana, trying to get to the US is a clear example. Desinformation has made the caravan the 'enemy' of the Mexican people, the discussion shifting towards the disruption of everyday life instead of the human struggle that pushed many of these people to exile.

    2. it is more useful to think of attention as a resource allocated and acquired on local, national, and transnational scales, and censorship as a broad term for denial of attention through multiple means, including, but not limited to, the traditional definition of censorship as an effort to actively block information from getting ou

      This is why media literacy is a crucial skill to introduce from early age. It allows the learner to have more liberty and make a more conscious decision over where and how to allocate this resource.

    1. it’s difficult for us to claim ownership.

      One solution to this issue is working to lower the entry level for people owning their own data, making it easier for people to create their own space in the Web and publish all their information from this site, then share to social media. Some startups, such as Unlock or Known have been experimenting with this idea. The IndieWeb is the campaign behind many of these projects.

  3. Oct 2018
  4. May 2018
    1. I wholeheartedly agree with the hypothesis that media is never ideologically neutral. This is not a groundbreaking idea, but it frequently seems that many people expect it to be this way. This idea is the starting point to promote the acquisition of media literacy skills.

  5. Jan 2018
    1. individualism offers a distorted vision of human freedom, genuine freedom is found in social cooperation, and true social freedom is impossible in a class society.

      These three visions are also present in his book Democracy and Education. In which, Dewey intertwined both concepts arguing that a democracy is impossible if people remain ignorant to their civic and societal duties. He argues that the education field must favor collaboration and modeling a true democracy.