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Module by: Adolfo Muñoz Aguilar. E-mail the author

Summary: Actividad de "Instructivismo Positivo": La finalidad del cuestionario no es evaluativa si no al contrario reforzar la lectura de los temas anteriores.

Exercise 1

El siginificado de las siglas IMS se corresponde con ...

  1. Information Modular Systems
  2. Instructional Management System
  3. Instructional Multimedia System
  4. Ninguna de las anteriores

Solution

(2) es decir Sistemas para la Gestión de la Educación

Exercise 2

Sí nos hemos inventado la palabra MOAFE para describir el Learning Design, ¿qué podría significar?

  1. MOlecular Address For Enginnery
  2. Molecular Object For Education
  3. Method Objectiv Activity Flow Environment
  4. Mola Mazo Ser Pirata

Solution

(3) Method - learning Objectives - learning Activities - orderer Flow - whitin Environment

En efecto MOAFE resumen los principales elementos de la definición de Kopper y Tattesal sobre el diseñor de aprendizaje: Descripción de un método que permite a los alumnos alcanzar ciertos objetivos de aprendizaje realizando ciertas actividades de aprendizaje en cierto orden en el contexto de cierto ambiente.

Exercise 3

Retomando la definición de LD que acabamos de presentar los autores redundan en el empleo del adjetivo "CERTAIN". Consulte el Diccionario y responda ¿qué significa el adjetivo "cierto" cuando precede inmediatamente al nombre?

  1. El caracter verdadero de lo que están diciendo
  2. Koper es un gran tirado: muy certero
  3. En sentido indeterminado

Solution

(3) En efecto en la definición los autores redundan en el calificativo indeterminado tanto de los objetivos, las actividades, el orden o el entorno.

Exercise 4

Shreek le decía a Asno: "Los Ogros son como las cebollas, por que tienen capas en las que enconden la complejidad de su personalidad". ¿Por qué podemos decir que IMS/LD es el Ogro de las especificaciones IMS/LG?

  1. Porque asusta tanto a educandos como a educadores
  2. Porque las implementaciones aún están muy verdes
  3. Se definen en Niveles: A, B y C

Solution

(3) ¡¡¡ Correcto !!! En el nivel A corresponde a la capa más superficial, mas cercana a lo concreto (UN ALUMNO), hemos de adentranos hasta el nivel C para conseguir la Abstracción que define completamente a un Ogro, perdon, a un Diseño Instruccional.

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Definition of a lens

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A lens is a custom view of the content in the repository. You can think of it as a fancy kind of list that will let you see content through the eyes of organizations and people you trust.

What is in a lens?

Lens makers point to materials (modules and collections), creating a guide that includes their own comments and descriptive tags about the content.

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