Educators as Curators: 8 Steps to Bringing Your Students the Best of the Web

See on Scoop.itcontent curation in education

Authors answer questions about why they think the museum curator is the perfect model for today’s educators (and students), and how you can become one too.

8 steps process:

#1: Find the most relevant, interesting content to incorporate into your classes.   twitter, facebook and blogs.

#2: Filter the content and select the best resources. Diigo

#3: Add your own perspective and contextualize the content.

#4: Arrange the content in a manner that makes a point.

#5: Create the end product.   Scoop.it, Storify, and Storyful, wikis and slides.

#6: Share your work.  Slideshare

#7: Involve students in a conversation around the curated content.  witter, Facebook, blogs

#8: Track and assess the curated content. 

 

See on edcetera.rafter.com

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