learning

Mobile phones: weapons of mass creation

This is a translation from the original post written by Jordi Pizarro on designtraining.cat   There are 2 ways we can see mobile phones: as weapons of mass distraction or as weapons of mass creation. This isn’t just my opinion, these … Read More

The 6 most read articles at Snackson

Today’s post is a bit different to the ones you’re used to. After looking back on our articles, we have come up with a list of the most read posts of our blog in the past 6 months. Now you … Read More

MLW 2017, the main event of the UNESCO annual ICT in education conference

The Mobile Learning Week 2017: Education in emergencies and crises will be held from the 20th to the 24th of March at the UNESCO Headquarters. The MLW (Mobile Learning Week) is UNESCO’s flagship annual ICT in education conference, it is … Read More

Our experience at 4YFN 2017

We had already mentioned a few weeks ago that this was our second year taking part in 4YFN. The excitement of the days ahead and how fast they went by… Well, as I was saying, from the 27th of February … Read More

MOTIVATION & FEEDBACK: The keys to learning

Today’s post is about a must-see TEDx Talk featuring Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy, a non-profit educational organization. His speech at this event was titled:   Let’s use video to reinvent education   Don’t worry if you haven’t had the … Read More

Why should we apply gamification in education?

Games have always been considered as a ludic activity, something entertaining and for the spare time. That is to say, an activity that we voluntarily make in order to escape from routine and have fun. Usually, these actions have always … Read More

Microlearning and the magical number

We have explained a couple of times what microlearning is and why it could be considered a pragmatic innovation for lifelong learning, given that it is coherent with current information and communication patterns. If we give a step forward towards … Read More