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References by Mind Map: References


1.1. The Robinson Projection: It explains in particular the Robinson projection and its distortions

1.2. Internet posts

1.2.1. Supersize Me - Trailer: A video about distortions and relates to the next resource

1.2.2. "Super Size Me" is a Super-Sized Distortion of Reality, Not a Documentary: the blog our journalist chose to comment and it's related to distortions

1.2.3. Treasure Hunt: here we find a example of a treasure hunt

1.2.4. What is promotional message?: definition of promotional message

1.2.5. Media technology is not neutral: you'll find the meaning of the sentence and examples of distortions through media

1.2.6. Map projection: definition and types of map projection

1.2.7. Scavenger Hunts: It defines Internet scavenger hunts, it gives links about the topic and it explains how to create it

1.2.8. Scavenger Hunt: Definition of scavenger hunt

1.2.9. Distortion: Definition of distortion


2.1. News

2.1.1. La ventaja de la multiculturalidad.

2.1.2. Pilares que definen la educación.

2.1.3. Un colegio en Vallecas, sin libro ni deberes.

2.1.4. ¿Por qué Finlandia está cambiando “el mejor sistema de educación del mundo”?

2.1.5. This Madrasa in Jaipur has all Muslim students but Hindu staff and a Hindu principal. India.

2.1.6. Un mayor uso de ordenadores en los colegios no hace mejor a los alumnos, según la OCDE.

2.2. Chapters

2.2.1. The complexity of schools

2.2.2. Connections and relationships

2.3. Forth milenium


3.1. articles

3.1.1. Los centros educativos como organizaciones que aprenden:

3.1.2. Estructuras para el trabajo y la coordinación de los profesores en los centros.

3.2. Resource

3.2.1. Mindmeister


4.1. Internet posts

4.1.1. Information map types: it explains the different types of maps

4.1.2. Cinco aplicaciones para organizar nuestras ideas: it talks about different webs to make online mind map

4.1.3. Examining TPack: a research that measures the knowledge about TPack of some teachers

4.1.4. What is Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge?: a explanation about what is TPack and their components

4.1.5. Introduction to the TPACK Model: a video which explain some basic aspects of TPack in 5 minutes

4.2. Articles

4.2.1. ‘Technological pedagogical content knowledge: A framework for teacher knowledge’, from the journal 'Teachers College Record'

4.2.2. ‘Learning about problem based learning: Student teachers integrating technology, pedagogy and content knowledge’, from the journal 'Australasian Journal of Educational Technology'

4.2.3. ‘Those who understand: Knowledge growth in teaching’, from the journal 'American Educational Research Association'


5.1. Creative Commons

5.1.1. Flickr CC: to obtain photos with creative commons

5.1.2. Jamendo: to obtain music with creative commons

5.1.3. Creative Commons Kiwi: a video that explains in 5 minutes what CC is and the differences between the types of licenses

5.1.4. Transforming Education Through More Accessible Resources: an interview to an expert about creative commons in education

5.1.5. Pixabay: a web to obtain photos and videos that are public domain because they have the license CC0

5.1.6. Licencias: here you'll find the different kind of CC and how create them

5.1.7. Definitions of Creative Commons

5.1.8. What is Creative Commons?

5.2. How to make a good presentations

5.2.1. The secret structure of great talks

5.2.2. Do your slide pass the glance test?

5.2.3. Structure your presentation like a story

5.2.4. Organization & preparation tips

5.2.5. Top ten delivery tips

5.2.6. Top ten slide tips


6.1. "Cultural politics and the book"

6.2. "La tecnología educativa que nos espera"

6.3. "Lecturas sobre libros de texto"

6.4. How to cite Wikipedia on APA STYLE

6.5. Definition and explanation of textbooks

6.6. A textbook example of what's wrong with education.