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Curating is more than clicking a share button (1 hour video by Steve Rosenbaum)

Ken's Key Takeaway:

Thank you to Giuseppe Mauriello for this quality review of Steve Rosenbaum's Video

 

I like how Rosenbaum says that data is like a forest fire.  It isn't going away.  It is a new reality that will keep spreading and spreading.  It is hard to see through the smoke.

 

Also....If you would start to watch every Youtube video starting now....it will take 8 years (without sleep)!

 

Society sends 294 Billion Emails a day

Ken 

 

This presentation will explore how to plan a video curation strategy, how to determine what sources are appropriate for your visitors, and how you invite and curate user-generated and user-submitted content.

 

From article on Streamingmedia.com:

"Curation can solve the problem of abundance online, Steven Rosenbaum explained at the recent Streaming Media East conference in New York City. While creative professionals occasionally disagree with curation, it's a way for site owners to present strong material to site visitors and cut through the clutter.

"Content curators are distributors of collections," explained Rosenbaum.

...

That's the abundance problem. If you went ahead and made all the curators in the world go away, you'd still have this signal-to-noise problem that we laid out at the beginning of the talk. So, absolutely no way is curation the thing that is the enemy of creation."

 

A well-planned content curation strategy doesn't simply present a list of videos to site visitors. It presents a collection with personality. When curating materials to present, think about the persona that makes that collection unique..."

 

Read full article here:

http://www.streamingmedia.com/Articles/Editorial/Featured-Articles/What-a-Curation-Strategy-Can-Do-for-Video-Sites-85182.aspx

 

Watch full video (1 hour about) here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpncJd1v1k4


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Guillaume Decugis's comment, October 3, 2012 11:39 PM
I just love how good a speaker Steve Rosenbaum is. Thanks for sharing!
Guillaume Decugis's comment, October 3, 2012 11:39 PM
I just love how good a speaker Steve Rosenbaum is. Thanks for sharing!
Giuseppe Mauriello's comment, October 4, 2012 12:01 AM
Hi Guillaume, thank you for appreciation about my curated article!
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Great free reading resources.

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The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development articulates the scientific consensus regarding how people learn. The research brief presents a set of consensus statements—developed and unanimously signed onto by the Commission’s Council of Distinguished Scientists—that affirm the interconnectedness of social, emotional, and academic development as central to the learning process.

"The brief draws from brain science, medicine, economics, psychology, and education research to describe why it is essential to address the social, emotional, and cognitive dimensions of learning; how these dimensions together shape students’ academic and life outcomes; and how these competencies can be taught throughout childhood, adolescence, and beyond. The evidence outlined in this brief moves the nation beyond the debate as to whether schools should attend to students’ social and emotional development, to how schools can integrate social, emotional, and academic development into their daily work."

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=learning

 

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Short report that just happen to pop into my in tray at the same time as my attention to a MOOC on the science of teaching. 
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"One characteristic of an effective teacher is that they don't teach. You say that is outrageous. How can an effective teacher teach without teaching?

 

My experience is that good teachers care about students. Good teachers know the content and know how to explain it. Good teachers expect and demand high levels of performance of students. Good teachers are great performers and storytellers that rivet their students' attention.

 

All of this is good but great teachers engineer learning experiences that maneuver the students into the driver's seat and then the teachers get out of the way. Students learn best by personally experiencing learning that is physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. John Dewey had it right in 1935 when he espoused his theories on experiential learning. Today we call this constructivism."

 

(...)

 

"The word "teacher" implies the flow of knowledge and skills from one person to another. Whether it be a lecture, or a power point, it involves talking at the students. While that is commonly viewed as the quickest and easiest way to impart knowledge and skills, we all realize that it is not the most effective. Socrates had it right when he only answered a question with more questions and look what he produced -- some of the greatest minds that ever lived. We call this the Socratic method.

 

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(...)

 

"Returning to my original premise: great teachers do not teach. They stack the deck so that students have a reason to learn and in the process can't help but learn mainly by teaching themselves. This knowledge then becomes permanent and cherished rather than illusory and irrelevant."

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