Students as Curators- Now What?

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originally for the Kamehameha Schools' "Imagine" Conference, June 2013.
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Students as Curators- Now What?

  1. Students as Curators NOW WHAT? @amyburvall http://amyburvall.wix.com/ksimagine Monday, November 11, 13
  2. Age of Big Data Monday, November 11, 13
  3. KNOWLEDGE Monday, November 11, 13
  4. KNOWLEDGE WISDOM Monday, November 11, 13
  5. “When information is CHEAP, attention becomes expensive” - James Gleick Monday, November 11, 13
  6. Henry Jenkins, USC Monday, November 11, 13
  7. Participatory Culture APPROPRIATION Monday, November 11, 13
  8. Participatory Culture RE-CIRCULATION Monday, November 11, 13
  9. curare: “ take CARE of” Monday, November 11, 13
  10. is curation... finding? Monday, November 11, 13
  11. is curation... selecting? Monday, November 11, 13
  12. is curation... collecting? Monday, November 11, 13
  13. is curation... sharing? Monday, November 11, 13
  14. partly, but it’s more about... contextualizing Monday, November 11, 13
  15. partly, but it’s more about... analyzing Monday, November 11, 13
  16. partly, but it’s more about... synthesizing Monday, November 11, 13
  17. partly, but it’s more about... transforming Monday, November 11, 13
  18. partly, but it’s more about... creating Monday, November 11, 13
  19. partly, but it’s more about... engaging Monday, November 11, 13
  20. “Info flâneur” “curiously and critically moving through information landscapes and CREATIVELY constructing MEANING” - Marian Dörk Monday, November 11, 13
  21. student curators... think critically Monday, November 11, 13
  22. student curators... think critically are “Googleable” reflect thoughtfully add value use media effectively + appropriately Monday, November 11, 13
  23. PEERAGOGY - Howard Rheingold Monday, November 11, 13
  24. 1 2 3 shift from conventional lecture-discussion-test classroom techniques to lessons that incorporated social media give students co-teaching power and responsibility elevate students to the status of co-learner “It began to dawn on me that the next step was to explore ways of instigating completely selforganized, PEER-TO-PEER ONLINE LEARNING” - Howard Rheingold Monday, November 11, 13
  25. S EEK - harold jarche Monday, November 11, 13
  26. S ENSE - harold jarche Monday, November 11, 13
  27. S HARE - harold jarche Monday, November 11, 13
  28. S EEK... human and mechanical aggregation Monday, November 11, 13
  29. S ENSE... annotate Monday, November 11, 13
  30. S apply ENSE... annotate archive add value Monday, November 11, 13
  31. S E A S Monday, November 11, 13
  32. SELECT: significant and relevant info EDIT: contextualize with own perspective ARRANGE: connect, sort, create SHARE: beyond life of the course Monday, November 11, 13
  33. “cultivate skills that challenge students to make unconventional CONNECTIONS” www.cluttermuseum.com Monday, November 11, 13
  34. CUR ation Monday, November 11, 13
  35. CUR ious Monday, November 11, 13
  36. 1 OVERARCHING THEME Monday, November 11, 13
  37. 1 OVERARCHING THEME Monday, November 11, 13 ?
  38. 2 CHERRY-PICKING MULTIMEDIA “ARTIFACTS” Monday, November 11, 13
  39. 3 PROVIDE A FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING (present holistically) Monday, November 11, 13
  40. 4 HOST A CONVERSATION Monday, November 11, 13 “The curation of information is more of a conversation than a lecture” - Adam Kingsmith
  41. 5 MAKING MEANING? Monday, November 11, 13
  42. 5 MAKING MEANINGFUL? student-created lessons “digital farm” collaborative textbook quad-blogging tweets as notes peer review Monday, November 11, 13
  43. 6 WHAT TOOLS? let’s explore some... http://amyburvall.wix.com/ksimagine Monday, November 11, 13

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