Tecnología Educativa Para Apoyar Al Aprendizaje Colaborativo

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Representaciones Graficas avanzadas

  1. https://www.genial.ly/es
  2. https://popplet.com/
  3. https://bubbl.us/

 Posters digitales

https://edu.glogster.com/

https://www.posterini.com/

https://www.blockposters.com/

Comics y libros digitales

https://www.pixton.com/es/

https://storybird.com/

https://littlebirdtales.com/

OTROS

https://es.educaplay.com/

https://www.cerebriti.com/

https://kahoot.com/

 

kismet (n.)

"fate, destiny," 1834, from Turkish qismet, from Arabic qismahqismat "portion, lot, fate," from root of qasama "he divided."

From a nation of enthusiasts and conquerors, the Osmanlis became a nation of sleepers and smokers. They came into Europe with the sword in one hand and the Koran in the other: were they driven out of their encampment, it would be with the Koran in one hand and the pipe in the other, crying: 'Kismet! Kismet! Allah kehrim!' (God hath willed it! God is great!) [Dr. James O. Noyes, "The Ottoman Empire," "The Knickerbocker," October 1858]

Popularized as the title of a novel in 1877.