In our role as educators, we curate content for our students and share it with them to give them access to multiple sources of information. We want to curate with a purpose and share meaningful content.
It’s easier said than done.
Information is everywhere. And the ability to organize that information in meaningful ways is a powerful skill. One that we are building ourselves.
So how can we organize the resources available to us as educators? And how can we teach our students to effectively curate content?
Fortunately for us, there are many apps, tools, and resources available to help teachers and students curate and share content. But where do we find them?
In a recent #Ditchbook chat, moderated by Sean Fahey and Karly Moura, we tackled these questions and more as we discussed curation. The #Ditchbook community shared over 30 ideas for curating content in the classroom.
Check them out in the summary of this week’s chat below! Also be sure to check out this Wakelet collection to see the whole discussion.
Want to get in on the next #DitchBook Twitter chat?
Having trouble? Still unclear on how a Twitter chat works? Feel free to tweet to these #DitchBook ambassadors and they’ll help — Karly Moura @karlymoura, Sean Fahey @seanjfahey, Sandy Otto @sandyrotto, Rachel Marker @rachelmarker, Evan Mosier @emosier3, Mandi Tolen @TTmomTT, Craig Klement @craigklement, Tara Martin @taramartinedu, Krista Harmsworth @zonie71, Anne Kamper @annekamper, Rayna Freedman @rlfreedm, Lance McClard @drmcclard, Stephanie DeMichele @sdemichele or David Platt @herrplatt!
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