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   RE: Curation and the ISTE Standards
 From: Kristin Harrington
 To: ISTE Standards
 Posted: 06-13-2017 16:51
 Message: Thanks for posting this Sarah. I missed this when it posted, but now already shared it with some of our Social Studies teachers. I really like the idea of students creating their own DBQ's and curating primary source documents.

In the past, I have helped classes create virtual museum exhibits in PowerPoint. This would be a good way to display the primary source documents. Here is a link to my blog post about it: http://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/media/whats-happening-in-mrs-southworths-technology-classroom/.





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Kristin Harrington
Digital Learning Specialist
Flagler County Schools
@KristinCHarr
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Original Message:
Sent: 06-13-2017 10:15
From: Sarah Stoeckl
Subject: Curation and the ISTE Standards

Hello,
One of my favorite ISTE Standards for Students is Knowledge Constructor. As a former English/writing teacher, it's dear to my heart, but I particularly like its emphasis on curation as a valuable skill and potential end in itself. This curation piece is one that puzzles a lot of people, which is why I am sharing this new article that shows what curation can look like in learning: https://www.iste.org/explore/articleDetail?articleid=970&category=In-the-classroom&article=Teach+students+to+curate+a+project+%27playlist%27+with+primary-source+documents . Please share thoughts or what you have done in terms of curation with your students!
Sarah

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Sarah Stoeckl
Senior Project Manager, ISTE Standards
ISTE Staff
Eugene OR
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