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CreateSpace does not have a category for“translations by Mario Llorente.” This book is not yet translated, but some of the posters were translated by Mario.
Unfortunately, to most people, teaching is the giving of knowledge.
What are you going to tell the students? What is your expertise?
Butteaching is really about
bringing out what's already inside people.
Dennis Littky, MetCenter.org,
The BigPicture: Education is Everyone's Business
(2004), ASCD.org, with Samantha Grabelle.
This book is a workbook. Please write in this book.Please cut out the posters. Please hang the posters.
The nal effect of publishing this book is notthousands of copies of this edition spreading through classrooms that lack broadbandconnection to the Internet. This book should notbe measured by the number of hits that the videosget (that result from the lectures given about thisbook).
This book should be measured by what the “students” (participants) create.
You are the measure of this book.
The participants of this workshop will createdigital portfolios and projects that could bring themethods of Dennis Littky, Dennis Yuzenas,Enrique Gonzales, Elliot Washor, Eliot Levine,Matt Blazek, Katie Gimbar (“The FlippedClassroom”) and Mario Llorente into thousandsof classrooms. The posters of Richard Clark,Barak Rosenshine, Dan Pink and others couldspread because of you.The goals of this book are
(1)to get theposters in this book on the wallsof classrooms
that lack the Internetconnections... and
(2)to get theprocedures into the minds of students,
so that the students ask theirteachers for fully guided instruction. I hope thatRichard E. Clark's 2005 chapter about the
“popular but misguided principles of multimedia learning”
will guide teachers.If you think this class is about “technology inclassrooms,” then we have covered only 10% of the topic. Most of our time should be discussing
“how do we change the core beliefs of ourstudents so that they can use technologybetter?”
We might need to change some of ourcore beliefs, too.
Technologies for Teaching 2 GuideOnTheSide.com