Curation – Professional Learning Project – Part 2

Stacia Johnson and I have been learning independently and working together to formulate an understanding and practical knowledge of curation and curation platforms.  I ended my last post with these thoughts.

What are my next steps?  How will I engage myself in my inquiry?  

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Why is this called an iMovie project?

“Why is this an iMovie project?” 

This question came from one of the students in the class where I am working.  A puzzling question to me, the teacher, because I thought we had talked about our learning journey.

I, too, had been thinking about this learning journey; where are we really heading?…

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Productive Learning is a Process

As part of my learning to integrate technology into the literacy classroom, I’m considering the goals for myself and the students.  And as always asking many questions.  Using Will Richardson’s questions from his recent article in Educational Leadership as a springboard, I considered my own:

What do students need to know to be successful in the future?…

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Left? Right? Which BRAIN is learning?

Brain Building in Progress

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Generally speaking, I’m usually good at learning the technical aspects of something.  Learning the steps to making a great layup in basketball for example is easy, I can even put them together and do a technically near perfect attempt.  …

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Curation: Professional Learning Project

Along with Stacia Johnson @staciajo33, we are exploring our love of information in new and exciting ways.  You can see her journey and insights on her blog.

I’ve always been a gatherer of information.  I’ve always enjoyed sharing what I know, sometimes randomly and sometimes purposefully.  …

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