Colorado GAFE Summit

11/5/16
1:30 - 2:30
C 122





Personalize Learning With Students as Curators


The 2016 ISTE Standards for students call for students to be Knowledge Constructors, with indicator 3c stating "students curate information from digital resources using a variety of tools and methods to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections or conclusions." What is curating? How can this lead to students identifying their passions and owning their learning? Come to this session to find out!

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Resources Shared during Colorado GAFE Summit






Topics/Information Shared
Additional Resources

Curating and the Standards
What is curation? Why curate?
My Personalized Learning Scoop-It

Understanding Content Curation by Nancy White

Developing Future Workskills through Content Curation by Nancy White

Student Curators: Powerful Learning by Nancy White

Students as Curators: Moving Towards Personalized Learning by Nancy White

"Project Based Learning: Teaching Students to be Great Curators" -BAM Radio Network Interview for Every Classroom Matters with Vicky Davis, Nov. 2015

Curating and Inquiry
Stripling Model of Inquiry

Inquiry as an Evolutionary Process, by Ronald Bonnstetter

Sample Curation Projects: Terri Inloes' students
Equality and Inequality Rights; Then & Now

Mental Health Treatments Past to Present

Prohibition Acts Project

Rubric for curating project, by Terri Inloes

The Curator, by Miller Williams

What is Personalized Learning?


Exploring some tools: Curation Tools

Direct links to sites:

Google Collections
Diigo
Scoop-It
Symbaloo EDU
Livebinders

Content CurationTools: 21 Criteria to Select and Evaluate Your Ideal One, By Robin Good

Join Diigo Group



"Personalized Learning Environments Focus on the Individual" -EdWeek
















Curating Tools



Diigo
Learnist
Livebinders
Scoop-It
EduClipper


Resources


Understanding Content Curation

Developing Future Workskills Through Content Curation

The Stripling Model of Inquiry

Inquiry: Learning from the Past With an Eye on the Future by Ronald J. Bonnstetter

Learners Should be Developing Their Own Essential Questions by Jackie Gerstein










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