Power Curation for Tech Savvy Educators
Participate and share : Interactive lecture
Thursday, December 3, 2:00–2:45 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
The digital world can be overwhelming! How do educators navigate the plethora of tools and resources currently available especially for remote learning? Discover how to locate, evaluate and curate educational resources that will enhance your teaching. Explore digital tools and learn how to leverage social media effectively.
|Audience:||Coaches, Curriculum/district specialists, Teachers|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Windows, Android, iOS
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Participants should create Twitter, Wakelet and Diigo accounts before this session.|
|Topic:||Creativity & curation tools|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Content Knowledge and Professional Growth
|Additional detail:||Session recorded for video-on-demand|
Educators have little time to explore and identify the best digital educational resources. How can they leverage existing free tools to find and organize materials that will support authentic and engaging lessons?
The purpose of this session is to provide participants with strategies and tools that will help them quickly and efficiently find the best educational resources, especially for remote learning, and leverage the most effective tools within their digital workflow. Curated tools and resources will ultimately support the development of standards-based, authentic, and engaging lessons for students. Also, teachers need to be adept with these tools and strategies in order to teach curation skills to students.
The presenter will document her own workflow and lead participants through her thinking as she demonstrates how she locates and curates high-quality educational materials. Participants will be encouraged to experiment and develop a workflow that meets their needs. Participants will also work together to share related information that will benefit the entire audience. Digital curation skills are even more important in this age of COVID-19 and remote learning.
I. Introductions - Using a polling app, participants will introduce themselves and share a resource that they recommend (10 minutes)
II. Demonstration 1 - The presenter will show participants strategies she regularly employs when mining social media for great tools and resources. (15 minutes)
III. Demonstration 2 - The presenter will show how curate and organize these resources using various tools such as Diigo, Wakelet, Evernote, Google Keep and more. (15 minutes)
IV. Participants will be divided up and will collaboratively crowdsource additional resources by an assigned subject area if breakout rooms are available. (15 minutes)
V. Conclusion and wrap-up - The presenter will remind participants where they can find accrued resources and will make suggestions for taking curation practices to the next level. (5 minutes)
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Getting Started with Content Curation in the Classroom - John Spencer
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