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Fabriquer des fiches de lecture grâce aux cartes heuristiques

Fabriquer des fiches de lecture grâce aux cartes heuristiques | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
La carte heuristique permet d'organiser de manière logique une démarche alliant la recherche et la réflexion personnelle. On peut en effet demander (...)

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Très bonne idée.

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BoomWriter

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BoomWriter - Create and share amazing stories. Published books written by young students from around the world.
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Microsoft OneNote | The digital note-taking app for your devices

Microsoft OneNote | The digital note-taking app for your devices | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Get the OneNote app for free on your tablet, phone, and computer, so you can capture your ideas and to-do lists in one place wherever you are. Or try OneNote with Office for free.
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Saurez-vous reconnaître ces places parisiennes? À vous de jouer...

Saurez-vous reconnaître ces places parisiennes? À vous de jouer... | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it

ris QUIZ - Certaines sont très connues... d’autres beaucoup moins. Reconnaîtrez-vous ces dix places? Le sans faute va être compliqué, pour les provinciaux comme pour les Parisiens. Le Figaro Immobilier vous met au défi.


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Useful Twitter Resources for Educators | Cube for Teachers Blog

Useful Twitter Resources for Educators | Cube for Teachers Blog | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
With Cube for Teachers, you will gain immediate access to thousands of great teaching resources organized by subject, grade, and curriculum. The database's powerful search engine will link you directly to the teaching resources you are looking for, which means no more sifting through pages of links.
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Touch Blur

Téléchargez Touch Blur dans l’App Store. Regardez des captures d’écran et consultez les évaluations et les avis des utilisateurs.
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Needs iOS 8. Blur images or photos with a finger before posting to social media.

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Create Easy Infographics, Reports, Presentations | Piktochart

Create Easy Infographics, Reports, Presentations | Piktochart | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Piktochart is an easy infographic design app that requires very little effort to produce beautiful, high quality graphics. Make your own infographics here.
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An example of a BYOD Digital Use Contract 2014 - Ousselin/Lenord

An example of a BYOD Digital Use Contract 2014 - Ousselin/Lenord | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Madame Ousselin’s Digital Use Agreement By signing this agreement I am committing to: Responsible use of my personal technology devices (cell phone, tablet, laptop or other smart devices) as outlined below. Respectfully responding to and complying with Madame Ousselin in the event that she has to
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You Can Be a Trusted Guide To The Most Relevant Information Online: Not Google

You Can Be a Trusted Guide To The Most Relevant Information Online: Not Google | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it




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rwestby's curator insight, March 29, 8:07 PM

 A bit of a lengthy read but certainly worth a look and the thoughts it provokes.

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Content Curation Takes Time

Content Curation Takes Time | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it

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Notwithstanding the viral content-marketing tam-tam keeps selling the idea of content curation as a miracle-shortcut to work less, produce more content and get all of the benefits that an online publisher would want to have, reality has quite a different shade.

To gain reader's attention trust and interest, it is evidently not enough to pull together a few interesting titles while adding a few lines of introductory text.

 

Unless your readers are not very interested themselves into the topic you cover, why would they take recomendations from someone who has not even had the time to fully go through his suggested resources?

Superficially picking apparently interesting content from titles or even automatically selecting content for others to read is like recommending movies or music records based on how much you like their trailers or their cover layouts.

 

Can that be useful beyond attracting some initial extra visibility?

 

How can one become a trusted information source if one does not thoroughly look and understand at what he is about to recommend?

This is why selling or even thinking the idea of using content curation as a time and money-saver is really non-sense.

Again, for some, this type of light content curation may work in attracting some extra visibility in the short-term, but it will be deleterious in the long one, as serious readers discover gradually that content being suggested has not even been read, let alone being summarized, highlighted or contextualized.

Content curation takes serious time.

 

A lot more than the one needed to create normal original content.

To curate content you need to:

Find good content, resources and references. Even if you have good tools, the value is in searching where everyone else is not looking. That takes time.

Read, verify and vet each potential resource, by taking the time needed to do this thoroughly.

Make sense of what that resource communicates or represents / offers and be able to synthesize it for non-experts who will read about it.

Synthesize and highlight the value of the chosen resource within the context of your interest area.

Enrich the resource with relevant references, and related links for those that will want to find out more about it.

Credit and attribute sources and contributors.

 Preserve, classify and archive what you want to curate.

Share, distribute, promote the curated work you have produced. Creating it is not enough.


(While it is certainly possible to do a good curation job without doing exactly all of the tasks I have outlined above, I believe that it is ideal to try to do as many as these as possible, as each adds more value to the end result you will create.)

 

These are many more steps and activities than the ones required to create an original piece of content.

Curation is all about quality, insight and attention to details.

It is not about quantity, speed, saving time, producing more with less.

 
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Learn more:


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/learn-every-day-a-bit-with-curation/


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/curation-tips-and-tricks-with-scoop-it-rescoop-and-tags/


https://globaleducationandsocialmedia.wordpress.com/2014/01/19/pkm-personal-professional-knowledge-management/



Robert Kisalama's curator insight, Today, 11:37 AM

truly Curation should not be  merely aggregating different links without  taking off time to reflect indeed it is very to end up like some one buying clothes impulsively only to realise you could have done without some of them.

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App Kickstart Guides from Google Play for Education

App Kickstart Guides from Google Play for Education | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it

15 minute guides to Book Creator, Explain Everything, Nearpod, ClassDojo, Socrative, Comic Strip It, wevideo, etc.

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The Gainesville Tornadoes thank their unexpected fans (Inspirational basketball video)

At a Gainesville, Texas, juvenile correction facility for felony offenders, one of the few perks, for very good behavior, is a chance to leave the prison a few times a year to play basketball. Steve Hartman reports on the surprise awaiting the Gainesville Tornadoes, who usually have no cheering fans, when they visited Vanguard College Prep in Waco.
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Adapter l’enseignement aux apprenants dyslexiques

Adapter l’enseignement aux apprenants dyslexiques | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Le dernier numéro du fascicule Le Tableau propose une réflexion sur un enseignement qui tiendrait compte de la dyslexie.

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Using Google Slides to Teach

Google Slides is an amazing tool to teach with. There are so many applications and unique ways to use Google Slides. Below is a crowdsourced presentation started by myself and @htullman of ways to ...
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Actionbound – FAQ – Frequently asked questions

Actionbound is an interactive geocaching-like app-based game approach for smart phones and tablets.
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Scavenger hunts?

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Sway: Reimagine the way your ideas come to life.

Sway: Reimagine the way your ideas come to life. | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Sway is an intelligent app that helps you easily create an interactive web-based canvas of your ideas. Pull your content from a variety of sources with minimal effort and use the built-in layout engine to craft a cohesive look and feel that looks great on any screen.

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Une autre façon de faire une présentation. Un outil simple, fonctionnant par glisser-déposer et que l'on partage facilement sur le net. 

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Ressources pour les cours d'anglais's curator insight, April 17, 11:21 AM

Une autre façon de faire une présentation. Un outil simple, fonctionnant par glisser-déposer et que l'on partage facilement sur le net. 

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Six Incredible Things Before Breakfast--Science Morsels For The Mind – 17/04/2015

Six Incredible Things Before Breakfast--Science Morsels For The Mind – 17/04/2015 | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Every day we provide you with Six Incredible Things Before Breakfast to nibble away at.
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L'impact de l'Ipad sur l'apprentissage des élèves en français get_file?uuid=f0531aed-c200-4161-9cdf-66ae8b35d2f6&groupId=96459

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ETFO ICT 2015 Antidote (PUBLIC)

ETFO ICT 2015 Antidote (PUBLIC) | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Tweet presentation Open up : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-B7A9yWoa3YVEtzNmFYNGdYWlE&authuser=0 Antidote ETFO ICT 2015 Pierre Sarazin pierresarazin.com @pierresarazin le remède à tous vos mots
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Google Forms with embedded videos - YouTube

Learn how to create a Google Form with videos to assess student comprehension.
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Curate To Educate: From Online Courses to Full Learning Programs

Curate To Educate: From Online Courses to Full Learning Programs | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it

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New interesting tools make it possible to create online courses and full online learning programs, by drastically simplifying the design process while providing simple tools to curate and bring together valuable existing content already published online.

 

The first I'd like to bring to your attention is Classmill, which makes it very easy to create online courses by providing a very simple and intuitive interface and allowing the author to add with ease his own texts, as well as images, links and video clips coming from elsewhere on the web. Anyone can publish an online course and make it visible to everyone. Only those who register and join in can see the full contents and can participate in the integrated discussion area for the course.

 

The second one is Learnyst, which goes one step beyond Classmill by facilitating the creation of a full online school with multiple courses and the ability to charge for selected ones. 

 

Both tools are extremely easy to use, and allow the assembly of existing materials, whether owned or produced by others. 

 

This is an interesting trend as in the past most tools to deliver educational content relied on the author creating and posting only his own materials. The fact that you now can easily include valuable content published by others opens up the gates both for the curation of lots of existing content into useful learning courses as well as for the issue of whether and how to compensate curated content from others. 

 

This economic issue though, does not preclude tons of free high-quality content to be re-used and showcased in many new free learning courses and it provides those who want to learn with even more non-commercial alternatives to master their favorite topics. 

 

Takeaway: You are going to see more of these tools and more subject-matter experts create valuable learning resources by bringing together key relevant content produced by others while adding tangible value, perspective and context.

If you have a strong passion or expertise it's time to start thinking about building your own online school. 

 

 

Check out these two tools:

- Learnyst

- Classmill

 

Other curation tools for learning moving in the same direction:

- Gibbon

- Learnist

- Educrate

 

More content curation tools organised in categories:

https://contentcuration.zeef.com/robin.good ;

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Marta Torán's curator insight, April 6, 2:13 PM

Robin Good nos explica la tendencia que hace confluir la curación de contenidos y la generación de contenidos formativos (cursos o itinerarios de aprendizaje). Nos propone algunas herramientas.

candy68's curator insight, April 7, 2:18 AM

cada vez es mas sencillo crear tu propio curso online...e incluso tu propia colección de cursos

Stephen Dale's curator insight, April 7, 6:12 AM

A couple of great finds from master Curator Robin Good. As he notes

 

"This is an interesting trend as in the past most tools to deliver educational content relied on the author creating and posting only his own materials. The fact that you can now include valuable content published by others opens up the gates both for the curation of lots of existing content into useful learning courses as well as for the issues of whether and how to compensate curated content from others"

 

Reading time: 5mins

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Curation Websites May Offer the Best Solution to Schools Struggling to Find the Best Tech Products

Curation Websites May Offer the Best Solution to Schools Struggling to Find the Best Tech Products | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it

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This article points out in multiple ways and with some interesting supporting data how big is the problem for schools and educational institutions in trying to identify relevant tools to adopt in absence of expert trusted guides that they can rely on.

 

The Hechingerreport writes: "...school leaders on this new frontier face a daunting challenge: from the slew of highly touted new products, how do they pick the right ones?


“It’s hard for our people to know what all of the choices are,” said Penny Hodge, the assistant superintendent of budget and finance in Roanoke. “Maybe there were even better choices and we weren’t aware.”


Today’s school leaders must navigate a market with little trustworthy evidence to show what works. Billions of dollars are being spent while educators try to untangle a maze of sales pitches."


The problem of identifying the most appropriate tools, services or products is not a problem limited only to the education sector. Just about anyone who is not an tech-expert in his area would have a hard time today finding the most appropriate tools in the midst of so many offerings and so little trustworthy information about them.

 

"Part of the reason is that credible evidence often isn’t available. Only one-third of school technology directors surveyed said that education technology companies offer reliable data on their products, according to the survey."

 

The solution to this issue is already starting to emerge in the form of both non-profit and commercial companies who will devote their time and resources to scout, test, verify and review tools while providing the means to search, filter and compare them easily.


Graphite.org, Edshelf are just two among many emerging examples of "reputable curation websites, with professional reviews and a social media component" that provide a one-stop solution for those in need of an expert and trusted guide in the tools for education area.



Must read for anyone interested in better understanding where we are headed when it comes to choosing tools.. 9/10



Full article: http://hechingerreport.org/as-market-surges-schools-struggle-to-find-the-best-tech-products/ ;

 

Check also this excellent head-to-head coparison between Graphite and EdShelf: http://www.psla.org/blog/edshelf-vs-graphite/ ;

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This article points out in multiple ways and with some interesting supporting data how big is the problem for schools and educational institutions in trying to identify relevant tools to adopt in absence of expert trusted guides that they can rely on.


The Hechingerreport writes: "...school leaders on this new frontier face a daunting challenge: from the slew of highly touted new products, how do they pick the right ones?


It’s hard for our people to know what all of the choices are,” said Penny Hodge, the assistant superintendent of budget and finance in Roanoke. “Maybe there were even better choices and we weren’t aware.


Today’s school leaders must navigate a market with little trustworthy evidence to show what works. Billions of dollars are being spent while educators try to untangle a maze of sales pitches."


The problem of identifying the most appropriate tools, services or products is not a problem limited only to the education sector. Just about anyone who is not an tech-expert in his area would have a hard time today finding the most appropriate tools in the midst of so many offerings and so little trustworthy information about them.


"Part of the reason is that credible evidence often isn’t available. Only one-third of school technology directors surveyed said that education technology companies offer reliable data on their products, according to the survey."


The solution to this issue is already starting to emerge in the form of both non-profit and commercial companies who will devote their time and resources to scout, test, verify and review tools while providing the means to search, filter and compare them easily.


Graphite.org, Edshelf are just two among many emerging examples of "reputable curation websites, with professional reviews and a social media component" that provide a one-stop solution for those in need of an expert and trusted guide in the tools for education area.



Must read for anyone interested in better understanding where we are headed when it comes to choosing tools.. 9/10



Full article: http://hechingerreport.org/as-market-surges-schools-struggle-to-find-the-best-tech-products/ 


Check also this excellent head-to-head coparison between Graphite and EdShelf: http://www.psla.org/blog/edshelf-vs-graphite/ 



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Hyundai : A Message to Space - YouTube (Inspirational video)

Stephanie from Houston misses her astronaut father working at the International Space Station. Watch how her special message, written by 11 Hyundai Genesis, ...
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Carol Dweck: Video on The Effect of Praise on Mindsets - YouTube (Praising Effort vs. Praising Intelligence)

This video is from the Vook "Mind in the Making: The Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs Volume. Download this Vook here: http://bit.ly/jz49Jo and experi...
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Bringing the World into the Classroom - Community - Google+

Bringing the World into the Classroom - Community - Google+ | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
Bringing the world into the classroom is an invitation to the amazing journey of sharing and connecting with teachers and students all around the world.
One of the main goals is to think creatively and collaboratively so as to engage students in an active process of learning
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Simple and practical wins for the English classroom--QR codes

Simple and practical wins for the English classroom--QR codes | Strictly pedagogical | Scoop.it
As with most posts I write about technology, often - it isn't just about what you can get the students to do with technology - often it's just as important to have a number of…
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