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BagTheWeb Curating content is easier, facilitates sharing of resources among peers. Resources are embedded. www.bagtheweb.com
BagTheWeb www.bagtheweb.com A bag of bookmarks to help students recognize how to stay safe when taking a virtual field trip online.
eduClipper Curate resources and collections Include live multimedia. Available 24/7. flic.kr Explore soxnevad1's photos on Flickr. soxnevad1 has uploaded 173 photos to Flickr.
Diigo Collect content, create bookmarks, highlight text, annotate with sticky notes, save and share content. Teachers and students can provide feedback in the 24/7 classroom. www.thinglink.com TOUCH this image to discover its story.
Scoop.it<br /><br />Create magazines of curated content.<br /><br />Start with this tool for a quick and easy way to collect information on a topic that is of high interest. www.scoop.it User-friendly tools to help students create
Lesson Paths (formerly MentorMob)<br /><br />Use the Google Chrome extension to quickly capture and collect content as you browse the web and pop them into organized learning playlists. flic.kr created by Susan Oxnevad
Padlet<br />Collect and share project resources with students. flic.kr Explore soxnevad1's photos on Flickr. soxnevad1 has uploaded 173 photos to Flickr.
Lesson Paths Curate content to create a playlist of resources. Collaborate on playlists, add articles to guide the audience. Find resources. Embed playlists. (formerly MentorMob)
Lesson Paths (formerly MentorMob) Curate content in the form of learning playlists. Take advantage of opportunities to add instructions or suggestions to a playlist with blank pages, known as "Articles". www.lessonpaths.com Explore soxnevad1's photos on Flickr. soxnevad1 has uploaded 173 photos to Flickr.
Padlet for CrowdSourcing<br /><br />Using social media to collect information, ideas and resources from collaborators across the globe. padlet.com CrowdSourcing to find Examples of Genius Hour. Ideas for Genius Hour. Contributions to Genius Hour.
LiveBinders A virtual 3 Ring Bider for collecting and organizing content. www.livebinders.com LiveBinders is your digital binder on the web, create an online binder for content curation
LiveBinders Example: Genius Hour by @JoyKirr www.livebinders.com Ideas on why, how to, and who does Genius Hour & 20% Time...!
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Great Example: After School Matters Learning Playlist Project, Chicago, IL Instructors curated content to create playlists to document and share learning. sites.google.com Learning Playlists - After School Matters
Blogging<br />Curate, create, reflect on and share content.<br /><br />Example: Ruben R. Puentedura&apos;s Weblog, Hippasus www.hippasus.com Ruben R. Puentedura's Weblog
<h3>Twitter</h3>The ultimate tool for redefining learning. <b>Publish and Share | Collaborate with peers | Get ideas</b>
Build a Google Custom Search Engine and teach students to search. Use your collection of curated content to easily build a Google Custom Search Engine. youtu.be Basic tutorial for creating a Google Custom Search
Learn to use hashtags
Learn to use tags
Use the Google Docs Research Tool as a stepping stone for research and an introduction to attribution flic.kr by Susan Oxnevad
eduClipper flic.kr Explore soxnevad1's photos on Flickr. soxnevad1 has uploaded 173 photos to Flickr.
ThingLink<br /><br />The collection here was curated with ThingLink. www.thinglink.com ThingLink lets users add interactive links to any photo and turn them into fun web experiences that drive engagement.
Tech is transparent. Teachers and students can independently use tools or problem solve.
Develop a digital toolkit.
It is not the tool itself that puts it on the SAMR ladder at a specific point, it is the way the tool is used. The best tools are flexible to support tech intergration at each level of SAMR
Use a blog to get started. Insert images and include captions.
Use a blog to publish work. Explore the use of comments for feedback.
Blog posts become more thorough and include reflection. Curated content become a starting point for ideas and examples that are shared and published for an audience.
Keep it simple.<br /><br />Curate a collection of multimedia resources for teaching and learning.<br /><br />Take advantage of constructive play.<br /><br />Explore use of this resources with students. www.thinglink.com TOUCH this image to discover its story.
eduClipper flic.kr Explore soxnevad1's photos on Flickr. soxnevad1 has uploaded 173 photos to Flickr.
Create Channels of related content with a ThingLink Classroom.<br /><br />Use hashtags to organize related images.<br /><br />Take advantage of web resources that allow users to create . www.thinglink.com Look at these interactive images
Add levels of learning.<br /><br />Use icons to differentiate. www.thinglink.com TOUCH this image to discover its story.
Read the article associated with this image on GettingSmart.com www.gettingsmart.com There are a variety of helpful tools to choose from to make content curation fun and useful. It’s important to choose a tool that will grow with you as you strive to use technology as a tool that helps you "Teach Above the Line" and transform learning.
<div><b>Learn with Us!</b></div><div>Read more on the <a href="http://www.thinglinkblog.com/">ThingLink Blog for Education</a></div><div><br></div><div><br></div> www.thinglinkblog.com ThingLink Education Blog | Adding a New Dimension to Images and Videos in the Classroom