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Annotating The Web With Diigo - Summer Academy 2015

  1. 1. THE WEB Annotating with
  2. 2. hello sean.nash@nkcschools.orgtammy.hays@nkcschools.org Sean NashTammy Hays
  3. 3. UPGRADES
  4. 4. UPGRADES In reading.
  5. 5. UPGRADES In reading. thinking.
  6. 6. UPGRADES In reading. thinking. research.
  7. 7. UPGRADES IN Annotation
  8. 8. BUT FIRST
  9. 9. FIND THIS:1
  10. 10. UPDATES ARE AVAILABLE “ ”
  11. 11. HOW MANY DO YOU HAVE?
  12. 12. -A good friend, colleague or family member. I’m not telling. I have 117 updates available, but I don’t have enough space to install them because of all of the “junk apps” I have.
  13. 13. UPDATE
  14. 14. UPGRADE UPDATEvs.
  15. 15. FIXED ISSUES: “resolved issue with…” ! “fixes possible crashes…” ! “improved stability…”
  16. 16. IMPROVEMENTS: “now you can…” ! “we’ve added a great new feature…” ! “now includes…” ! “a completely refreshed view…”
  17. 17. “preparing for what’s to come…”
  18. 18. “Which improvements and new features might be available to you for the way you learn and work?” ! “What issues and glitches you’ve lived with for years could finally be fixed?”
  19. 19. YOUR PHILOSOPHY 1 YOUR PHILOSOPHY
  20. 20. self-control student centeredcommunication & collaboration creativity & innovation curiosity zest grit social intelligence gratitude optimismresearch & information fluency critical thinking digital citizenship technology operations
  21. 21. -Dr. Ruben Puentedura, 2011
  22. 22. -Brian Pete Share the“Why?”
  23. 23. -Burchell & Robin, The Great Workplace It is easier to act your way into a new way of thinking than it is to think your way into a new way of acting.
  24. 24. Why?
  25. 25. -B. Joyce, 1980 Almost all teachers can take useful information back to their classrooms when training includes three parts: (1) presentation of theory, (2) demonstration of the new strategy, and (3) initial practice in the workshop.
  26. 26. TRIAL
  27. 27. organizing with folders is...
  28. 28. NOt eVERYTHING FITS CONVENIENTLY …into a single container.
  29. 29. A tag is a non-hierarchical keyword or term assigned to a piece of information. This kind of metadata helps describe an item and allows it to be found again by browsing or searching. Tags are generally chosen informally and personally by the item's creator or by its viewer, depending on the system. TAGS:
  30. 30. MULTIPLE PATHS TO YOUR CONTENT
  31. 31. PAY IT FORWARD?
  32. 32. PAY IT FORWARD?
  33. 33. STAndards as tags
  34. 34. content tags instructional tags
  35. 35. content tags instructional tags
  36. 36. https://www.diigo.com/ education siGn up!
  37. 37. http://bit.ly/ Diigo- SA2015
  38. 38. and mOre
  39. 39. prOviding anOther layer Of cOnversatiOn atOp the web...
  40. 40. email updates
  41. 41. CHOOSE yOur frequency...
  42. 42. CHOOSE yOur frequency...
  43. 43. CHOOSE yOur frequency...
  44. 44. in THE CLASSROOM
  45. 45. TRIAL
  46. 46. http://bit.ly/ annotate-a- book
  47. 47. WORK TIME
  48. 48. http://bit.ly/diigo-for- learning MORE INFORMATION
  49. 49. vs.
  50. 50. Always allow time to reflect and plot application- in order to try something immediately. -Robin Fogarty
  51. 51. DEBRIEF The
  52. 52. WHY? 5 min worth of: independent vs. collaborative use of color digital vs. paper upgrade pre- teacher role
  53. 53. NEXT STEPS The ?
  54. 54. Thank you.
  55. 55. http://bit.ly/ annotate- the-web
  56. 56. ARTWORK AND THANKS Inspiration for “App Updates” segment thanks to Tim Robson’s book: “Showing Up” ! “Golden Hair II” by Bricolage 108 on Flickr via CC. ! “Paint Tray” by Chris RubberDragon on Flickr via CC ! “Upgrade” by el frijole on Flickr via CC ! “All done with laundry” on Ricky Romero via CC !
  57. 57. ARTWORK AND THANKS “07.01.2012 - His Hand” by Jlhopgood on Flickr via CC ! “MG_3750” by Richard Busch on Flickr via CC. ! “Golden Hair II” by Bricolage 108 on Flickr via CC. !
  58. 58. THE WEB Annotating with

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