The Public Schools of Robeson County teachers for the Academically Intellectually Gifted have compiled lists of iPad/iPod applications for the Common Core Standards. We share these in hopes that you will share your own classroom ideas.
I wrote these rules after using iPads with elementary students for a month and a half. I wanted the rules to be concise enough that they'd be remembered, but comprehensive enough that they'd cover major areas of concern.
Curation has been a heating up topic in marketing and journalism for the last couple of years. Social curation tools have begun to sprout legs and come ashore in droves. Teachers are now beginning to take up what it means in their personal, professional, and pedagogical lives. P2PU and the National Writing Project have been at this issue in their summer self-study on Digital Curation here: https://p2pu.org/en/groups/curating-our-digital-lives/
For four weeks participants are seeking, making sense of, and sharing what digital curation is for learners K-University. They are curating about curating right here at Scoop.it on CurationEd. This video is part of a Wednesday night YouTube Hangout to discuss what has gone on the past week and what will go on the next week. This is a good listen if you want to see folks think out loud about this new new thing called curation.