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Descomposición del Pensamiento Crítico en 35 aspectos o estrategias instruccionales.
Matriz... to organize an introduction to research on the Internet (http://www.janetsinfo.com/big6info.htm#task).
Big6 aligned with ICT Literacy Standards (http://www.janetsinfo.com/Big6_ICTLitStds.htm)
Information, Communications, and Technology (ICT) Skills Curriculum Based on the Big6 Skills Approach to Information Problem-Solving (http://big6.com/media/freestuff/LMC_Big6-ICT_Curriculum_LMC_MayJune2010.pdf)
"Online Resources to Support Big6 Information Skills." (http://nb.wsd.wednet.edu/big6/big6_resources.htm)
Via enrique rubio royo
Amanda Bell, grammar school principle looks at content curation today and feels barrier to entry is nonexistent and may be hampering our ability to find information that has any depth and may not be accurate. She worries that this will not be good especially for young people who are just starting out beginning to learn about the world.
I say, curation is a news delivery system for those who have already found their trusted sources and a research tool for those who have not. We're at the beginning stages on content curation, cream always rises to the top. I am definitely of the opinion that those who are driven to learn and understand something will delve deeper to find the truth no matter what.
What do you think?
In an article posted by Popova about Eli Pariser's new book, The Filter Bubble: Algorithm vs Curator & the Value of Serendipity, she asks whether it is a good thing that the web filters content for us.
It can be argued that old media (newspapers, radio, television) have always been selective and in more recent times their reach has spread beyond a single city or country. In fact, there has been global sanitising of the media networks' news headlines owing to the immediacy of access to information (including each other's information) thanks to effective and fast new communication technologies.
The question here, however, is whether the role of curator is any more sophisticated in these online contexts than the old media position of editor.
Written by an ex college student, who explains very eloquently how educators must change. If the message in this video resonates with you feel free to send it to any teachers, principals, professors, university presidents, boards of regents, board...
Via Donna Browne, Dr. Richard NeSmith, Lars-Göran Hedström
Not surprisingly, curation has become the next buzzword after social business. With content coming at us with the force of a tsunami and the fury of a tornado, curators seem to have become our saviours—our sense making guide. One post out of five I have been reading in the past few months seem to be associated with curation or its close cousins—aggregation and filtering. Even as I read, I was tempted to apply some of the curation strategies and put together this post. I like to build some context around the links because—who knows—in the Internet world, a working link today can be a dead link tomorrow.
curation, content that matters...
Via Patty Ball, Gust MEES, slararos