Live Blog from our Consume, Curate, Create Keynote
by Greg McVerry · June 17, 2016
Watch as Ian and I share our keynote from the NIU Conference.
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We just made some awesome graphic organizers using Google Drawing.
An internet newsletter is nothing new for elementary school classrooms. We have sent Friday Folders for long time. I have replaced this with SMS tools like http://remind.com
Here is the periscope talk for part three: https://twitter.com/jgmac1106/status/743829395882684417
The point of curation on the well is to act like a canal for the stream of information.
After a ten minute break we are moving on to curation. Creating collections for other people.
Here are some awesome ideas we came up with using https://hypothes.is
- Character Role Play
- Annotate for text structure
- Annotate for argumentation
Here is how you make private groups: https://hypothes.is/creating-groups/ in hypothes.is
About to do a tutorial on hypothes.is. Just shared my three consumption tools.: Nuzzle, Medium, and Audibl.e
Interesting that the idea of consuming is etymologically based on destroying or eating up. That isn’t the model of the open web. When you consume today you are helping to build not destroy.
I have had this wordpress blog for ten years and still have no profile pic. I should fix that.
I actually want to slow our role from the consumer–>curator–>creator. We need to be critical consumers first. Think for yourself.
Ian asks what does it mean when students can, “Create their own truth?” A history teacher points out that students have to create their own realities and technology opens up a all new information.
Now demonstrating how Kahoot can be used to play with ideas, “What are the pedagogical implications of remixing?”
“We are taking content and repurposing it. We take content, remix it, and make something else. There is power in that.” @wiobyrne
Okay have the phone on Ian’s laptop propped up trying to live blog and and periscope. Showing the classic Bryan William’s remix.
@wiobyrne is using music as a metaphor for remixing. We have become more and more malleable.