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Content Curation with PearlTrees Note: This post is also cross-posted over at the EasyBib blog. I’ve written and spoken before about the essential skill (a literacy according to Howard Rheingold) of students not only being able to collect content from their network(s), but to curate what’s collected. Just like a museum curator pours over artifacts to find the very best to display, we should also do the same not just for our own professional resources, but see it as an obligation to model it for our students. I came across a new resource recently (I believe the hat tip goes to Alec Couros for this find) called Pearltrees. After you sign up for your account, you can start building your own Pearltrees. Pearltrees are made up of “pearls”, or sites you want to curate into particular the Pearltrees (topics) you’ve created. Once you’ve signed up for your account, you will already have your “root” Pearltree created for you with your username. You will also see there that I have created a Pearltree called Digital Citizenship.

Bloomin' Apps This page gathers all of the Bloomin' Apps projects in one place.Each image has clickable hotspots and includes suggestions for iPad, Android, Google and online tools and applications to support each of the levels of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.I have created a page to allow you to share your favorite online tool, iOS, or Android app with others. Cogs of the Cognitive Processes I began to think about the triangular shape of Bloom's Taxonomy and realized I thought of it a bit differently.Since the cognitive processes are meant to be used when necessary, and any learner goes in and out of the each level as they acquire new content and turn it into knowledge, I created a different type of image that showcased my thoughts about Bloom's more meaningfully.Here is my visual which showcases the interlocking nature of the cognitive processes or, simply, the "Cogs of the Cognitive Processes". IPAD APPS TO SUPPORT BLOOM'S REVISED TAXONOMYassembled by Kathy Schrock​ Bloom's and SAMR: My thoughts

Waking up early, 10 tips that work Getting up early can be a great way to help you establish a daily routine which is the first step to becoming more productive. Here I present you 10 tips that helped me in becoming an early riser. The most important step is to get up. Actually not just get up, literally try to jump out of bed. After your alarm rings get up instantly, go to another room and turn on the lights. Getting out of bed quickly rips you out of the cozy zone and you're less likely to fall asleep again. You know, the one that always tells you: "Just 10 more minutes of sleep won't hurt right? Just don't listen to it. This was also a big game changer for me. It took me a month of living with withdrawal symptoms and headaches to get over the addiction. You won't take my word for it? Having a clear goal for getting up early is essential. If you can get yourself even a little bit excited about the things that you will accomplish the next day, waking up early won't be a problem at all. Now let's play a simple game.

1月 | 2011 | Fukuaki's Blog webをブラウジングして、これはと思った記事や画像を見つけたとき、あとで見直したい、もう一度じっくり読み直そうと考えたらどうするか。あるいは、何かの資料に借用したい(出展つきで)と思ったら。 リンク先のブックマークか、webページの該当箇所をクリップする、という対応が一般的だろう。 そんな中、自分なりにツールを使い方を決めたので、ココにまとめておく。 webクリップ用ツール Tumblr:拡張機能によってポストが楽なのがいい。 Springpad:自分用のクリップツール。 リンク先保存ツール Twitter:Evernoteに日付別だが、自動保存するよう設定済。 はてブ:リンク先保存の基本はこれ。 コメント付き Amplify:オートポスト機能をつかって、Tumblrほか多くのwebサービスにポスト可能。 あとで読む Instapaper:ポストの方法が多彩であることから。 Evernoteはタスク処理上の必要に応じて、これらツールからポストすることにする。

‎Book Creator for iPad on the App Store * THE No.1 Book app for the iPad in 90+ countries. * Common Sense Education Top Pick for Learning 2018* AASL Best website for Teaching & Learning 2018 Book Creator is the simple way to make your own beautiful ebooks, right on your iPad. With over 100 million ebooks created so far, Book Creator is ideal for making all kinds of books, including children's picture books, comic books, photo books, journals, textbooks and more. And when you're done, easily share your book, or even publish to the iBooks Store! - Book Creator makes e-book publishing easy - Wired- One of the Top 50 Apps for the iPad - The Guardian- Winner of a Parents' Choice Gold Award Book Creator ebooks are created using the international ePub standard, so you know they will be readable now and in the future. See examples of published books at pinterest.com/bookcreator Book Creator supports iBooks' fixed layout format, including double page images and soundtracks. We love to talk via Twitter - say hello @BookCreatorApp

Pearltrees Raises $6.7M For Its “Collaborative Interest Graph” Pearltrees, a company offering a novel interface for sharing and finding content, has raised 5 million euros ($6.7 million US) in new funding. The basic unit of the Pearltrees service is the pearl, which is basically a bookmark. Users can assemble these pearls into trees based around a topic. Following the lead from Google’s PageRank and Facebook’s EdgeRank, Pearltrees has named its technology TreeRank. Pearltrees launched in December 2009, and the company says it has been growing consistently at 15 percent per month, and that users have now created 15 million pearls which were assembled into 2 million trees. Previous investor Groupe Accueil led the new round.

Dominic Desbiens - Google+ - Voici ma sélection des apps #iPhone, #iPod touch et #iPad… Zazen Life 自分がWebサイトから追跡されている様子を可視化してくれるアドオン「Collusion」 Firefox:先日も「 プライバシーを保護しながらネットサーフィンを楽しむ方法 」をご紹介したばかりですが、それでもまだ半信半疑で、ここまで広まっている問題に対して確信が持てないというのであれば、 Firefoxのアドオン「Collusion」を使えば、トラッキングクッキーなどを使って、自分が追跡されている様子をリアルタイムで見ることができます 。 Collusionは、訪問したサイトのトラッキングクッキーやスクリプトで自分が追跡されている様子を、インタラクティブなマップで可視化してくれます 。Collusionはインストールしても再起動の必要はありません。一旦インストールしたら、アドオンがタブを開いて、ブラウズしているWebサイトからどのように追跡されているかというマップを描き始めます。 ほとんどのWebサイトが、広告や統計、ソーシャルメディアでトラッキングクッキーのようなものを使っているのが分かるでしょう。 赤いドットは、PrivacyChoiceが複数のサイトを通して追跡されていると確認できたサービスです。 誰がどんな情報にアクセスしたのか、実際の情報を知りたい場合は、それぞれのドットに関連したサイトのリストを見ましょう。 Collusion | via @mikeisaac Alan Henry( 原文 /訳:的野裕子) コメント

| Pixeliser & Flouter une image en ligne Content Curation for Teachers  Have you ever felt that there is simply too much interesting, educational content on the web? Fortunately, there are also some great, free products that help learners curate all of the many things they can read, watch, hear etc. on the web. The beauty of taking control of your content by saving and organizing links is that you can quickly find, revisit or share content with others. By curating the web, one can essentially build up a library of data in the cloud for free. I know personally as a history teacher, I spend a lot of time surfing the web when I prepare lessons. The content curation tools that I have found most useful are Pearltrees, Diigo and Evernote. 1. Personal Use: The first tool that I fell in love with was Pearltrees because it allows you to lay out all web content into trees. 2. Personal Use: Diigo has a more complicated interface than Pearltrees but has some additional, spectacular features. 3. Nate Green Educator

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