Author: Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras, Innovación Educativa SM 2016 Summary: A collection of articles on the evolution of technology in educational centres. Through ten metaphors: the piano, the bicycle, the boot, the gramophone, the puzzle, the camera, the glasses, the mirror, the wall and the train; the author imagines the future scenario of new technologies in the world of education.
I accept the terms and conditions. Uses and abuses of digital technologies
Author: Cristobal Cobo, Fundación Santillana 2019 Summary: This book questions the supposed neutrality of technology. It explores the extent to which the algorithms that give life to digital tools become the connecting interface of a reality modified to satisfy the interests of a few.
Ordenadores en las aulas. La clave es la metodología
Author: C. Barba & S. Capella (Coords.), Biblioteca de Guix 2010 Summary: This book will help us with the changes that the arrival of computers in the classroom represents on a daily basis and which must be supported by four main columns: contents, methodologies, tools and technological resources.
Tecnologías para la formación de educadores en la sociedad del conocimiento
Author: M. Raposo-Rivas & M. Cebrián (Coords.), Pirámide 2020 Summary: A work that offers pedagogical notions and trends that emerge linked to the use of technological resources in innovative educational contexts and projects. Literacy in the knowledge society, digital educational resources, active methodologies and emerging technologies are the four blocks of content on which the book is structured.
Pedagogía RED. Una educación para tiempos de internet
Author: B. Gros & C. Suárez (eds.), Octaedro 2016 Summary: This publication offers a set of analyses and proposals on the challenge of understanding the Internet as an opportunity for the formation of learning. The participating experts attempt to respond through reflections, practical proposals and examples. Aimed at teachers and professionals in the field of education.
The New pillars of Modern Teaching
Author: Gayle Allen, Solutions for Modern Learning 2015 Summary: The author encourages readers to move from traditional teaching principles (instruction, curriculum and assessment) to the modern pillars of creation, design and feedback to fully engage students in their own learning.