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Friday, January 11, 2013

Proud to be #co13 presenter about #Curation after I was winner in @eFrontLearning global competition #edtech20 #pln

I am verry excited to see so many people who joined my online class( more than 700 registered to attend ) . Like I promise you you can download the presentation,join Curation Google Plus Community https://plus.google.com/communities/100188349857613823793 and like https://www.facebook.com/
CurationRestartEducationProject .#co13 Top 10 startup social media curation tools for Social learning in the workplace that will change research in XXI Century Education by @LucianeCurator


Here is the recording of my session .





Thanks Dr. Nellie Deutsch because you offer me embed code for my session . Dear friends after the session I invite you all to see / download my presentation here on my blog  and still then click on screen capture .


Dear efront eLearning team thank you because you selected me in top 5 finalists articles and now Ipad Winner in your Competition after 3 weeks of sharing / comments for our guest posts . Now I want to thank you to all my friends because with your help I have more than 400 shares and 12 comments I am Winner with next Title of blog post : Top 10 startup social media curation tools for Social learning in the workplace who will change research in XXI Century Education . Now I want to invite you to join my Curation session / online wiziq class  in Connecting Online 2013 Conference https://www.facebook.com/events/314906631960258/ to read my greetings for you in 2013 and 2012 year in review http://bitly.com/LucianeCuratorwishyouHAPPYNEWYEAR2013 and my letter to Santa using a startup social media curation tool http://checkthis.com/fvn/ where I please him to help me to win the Ipad competition and I pray to God to help me to implement a platform / website for Curation Restart  Education Project http://krunchd.com/CredProject ;  ; https://twitter.com/web20education . 
             Now I must told you that I will continue to write on this blog about TOP 10 weekly and your repplies, comments ; feed-back is welcome for all my blog posts.
                                                       
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I chose to write about this topic now because I discover in 2011 a new social media king who is Curation, the Art of : searching, selecting, sharing/bookmarking , organizing, interaction, communication, . In XXI Century Education where informatics and science developed spectacular and the use of new technologies aren’t regarded like a avangardist movement new tools and apps Web 2.0 and socialmedia can bring a new dimension and can reform education around the world because electroniccommunication helps teachers and students to learn from each other.These new tehnologies can stimulate discussion, open gatewaythrough knowledge, promote creativity and innovation for effective learning. Teacher and also students should have an entitlement to safe internet access at all times. Pulling Piaget and Papert, the use of participatory media tools in education is typically geared towards, creating a more student centered in a adaptive environnement where learners can contribute to the course material,formulate and express their own insights and opinion, construct their own understanding of materialby connecting concepts, to personal experience or current events, and learn from one another in collaborative environments . Web 2.0, social media and other digital and information tehnologies are powerful and interesting tools,which open up new opportunities for everyone and for this reason teachers and students must know how to use it in nowadays education The Internet Curator’s role is to seek on the web information related to a specific domain, flter them, select them, organise, share and present them in a unique mode .

For this reason I want to implement the project Curation Restart Education Project http://krunchd.com/CredProjectNow I will describe my favrorites / top 10 startup curation tools who will bring a new dimmension for XXI Century Education although I discover this year more than 100 and you can read about here http://edtech20curationprojectineducation.blogspot.ro/ and about startup edtools and edapps here http://startup4edu.blogspot.ro/ and also about ipad apps to mLearning here : http://ipadappsineducationtomlearning.blogspot.ro/

Now here is the article with logos and links because I use all next tools almost daily  .


1. Glogster Edu is my favorite curation and presentation tool and I am proud to be a Ambassador.This edu tool open gateway through knowledge for students because develop children’s creativity and innovation . Glogster EDU is the leading global education platform for the creative expression of knowledge and skills in the classroom and beyond. GlogsterEdu empower educators and students with the technology to create GLOGS - online multimedia posters - with text, photos, videos, graphics,sounds, drawings, data attachments and more. I made a GlogsterEdu for Curation Restart Education Project http://dumacornellucian.edu.glogster.com/credproject/
 
2. Scoop.it enables professionals to share important ideas with the right audiences giving them an opportunity to create and maintain a meaningful Web presence, a crucial component to the success of their business and career. Scoop.it lets you share ideas that matter and shine on the Web through beautiful topic pages. Collect relevant content and add your insight to attract an avid audience. Whether you’re a professional or educator representing a business or nonprofit, Scoop.it will help you efficiently and effectively build your online presence. Scoop.it is a one-stop shop for social media and content curation publishing. When you post on your topic page, you can easily share to your social networks including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+. Advanced analytics available on Scoop.it Pro and customizable pages, post scheduling and Wordpress integration available on Scoop.it Business. 


3. Learnist is the latest social media curation tool for education , still in beta launch by Grockit team . Learnist super easy to share what you know by pointing to existing web resources. You can use videos, blogs, books, documents, images, anything to explain how to learn something.Use Learnist to share what you know and learn new things. Create Learn Boards on topics you understand and add learnings by pointing to videos, blogs, images and documents on the web. Board creation permissions are granted on rolling basis.
                                   

4.Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. Teachers use pinboards to manage their projects and also People use pinboards plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes. Best of all, you can browse pinboards created by other people. Browsing pinboards is a fun way to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests. To get started, request an invite or leave a comment after you read my post with your email and I will send you a invitation to try this curation tool . Also don't forget that you must pin a immage to bookmark on pinterest . 
5 . Mentormob is a social media startup curation tool who make learning online free and accessible to the entire world . One Learning Playlist Can Reach Millions...Creating and editing Learning Playlists is a free and easy process. Not only does it show the world what you know, but it opens your knowledge to people who share your skills so they can help you refine it by adding and editing your Learning Playlist. Each Learning Playlist can be rated, bringing the best ways to learn to the top of the charts.Creating and editing Learning Playlists opens the door to being able to share your skills and get feedback from those who share your passion.So finally, we can get some real organization when learning online because after all, it's not up to the Internet to make learning free and accessible to the world, it's up to us.
 
6. Mightybell This is about infusing passion and color into everyday life. Too often, we spend time on what we have to do, not what we want to do. We’ve lost the ability to follow what makes us curious, in favor of choosing what makes us more efficient.With Mightybell, you can step into a world of curiosity and serendipity. By making space for ideas, interests and adventures with friends, you’re embracing the opportunity to create a more colorful life. Each Mightybell space has a story, one you can share with as many likeminded people as you want. You can share : a question, an article, a link, a video or a photo about something that interests you is all you need to start a Mightybell space. After all, you never know when you’ll discover your next passion.


 

7. Springpad Smart Notebooks to save, share and act on what's important to you and to your friends .Springpad now makes it easy to invite your friends so you can make awesome notebooks together. Springpad is great for just about anything and it's even better when you invite your friends.Springing just got easier .Now you can just type in the information you want to save and let Springpad do the rest. Try typing in a task you want to remember, an event you want to save, a movie you want to see, or a product you want to buy. It's that easy!
                                  
8. SymbalooEdu is a social media curation tool, great resource for teachers. With Symbaloo you can: Gather the best content on the web about 1 topic, and present it on a webmix Share a webmix with other teachers, and students . Discover useful webmixes in the Symbaloo Gallery to use in the classroom Share a webmix withparents to provide some insight of the used materials A worthy mention: Symbaloo is free of charge and doesn’t include any annoying ads.
                            

9. Zeen is a social media startup curation tool launch by Avos ( YouTube Co-founders) who offer a cool new way to share your interests with the world – bring pictures, prose, and videos together in eye-catching digital magazines.                                
10 . Socl — pronounced social — allows you to express and share your ideas through rich post collages comprised of images, links, captions and videos.Socl is a research project from Microsoft Research FUSE Labs and began as an experiment in social search targeted at students for the purpose of learning. Following the lead of the Socl community, Socl has since evolved to be a service where people connect over shared interests expressed through beautiful posts that take only seconds to create.


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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Top 10 free #2013evo session you should join #edtech20 #pln

                        


Last year I was participated in some sessions organized in EVO 2012 . The Electronic Village Online Sessions are organized between  January 14, 2013 - February 17, 2013 http://evosessions.pbworks.com/w/page/10708567/FrontPage  Registration is Jan 7-13, 2013 - Join a session!
Now I want to wish  you again a HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL YEAR 2013 and I want to tell you that this year I will continue to blog TOP 10 and I invite you to join my session in CO13 . I begin to write  about Curation in 1st Oline Curation eBook where everyone can propose new articles and chapters http://www.widbook.com/book/cover/2425/ .
For five weeks in January-February, participants and ESOL experts can engage in collaborative, online discussion or hands-on virtual workshops of professional and scholarly benefit. These sessions will bring together participants for a longer period of time than is permitted by land-based professional development conventions and will allow a fuller development of ideas than is otherwise possible. Sessions are free and open to anyone around the globe.
Now when I write this post I already applied to join 4 Sessions :  MOODLE for Teachers , Multiliteracies for Social Networking and Collaborative Learning Environments , Digital Storytelling for Young Learners  , Neuroscience in Education
Click on the name of a session below to view the complete session description. 
Join a session by following the link to the online platform at the bottom of each description. REGISTRATION FROM JAN 7TH TO JAN 13TH
The sessions begin on January 14th but are held asynchronously; that is, you can log in, begin reading, and join the email discussion of the materials. However, your moderators will provide some synchronous activities where you gather for a live meeting on your topic of study. See your session's syllabus of weekly activities for details. 

What session is your favorite ? Leave here a comment .
Becoming a Webhead 2013

Sponsored by TESOL CALL IS organized by
Teresa Almeida d'Eça
Dafne Gonzalez
Fernanda Rodrígues
Larissa Olesova
Webheads in Action is a long-standing community of practice of language teachers worldwide, coordinated by Vance Stevens. In the Becoming a Webhead workshop, which is an introduction to Webheads in Action, we explore Web communication tools and share the best ways of using them in our teaching practices, engage with students in virtual classes, collaborate in projects, and participate in conferences as audience and presenters. This collaboration takes place online, as we are all geographically apart. 
The Wonderful World of Teaching English Through Drama


Sponsored by the TESOL Drama E-group and the Speaking, Listening, and Pronunciation IS organized by 
Gary Carkin
Nigel Caplan
Shin-Mei Kao
Susan Hillyard
Leslie Sapp
Fernanda Molla
Holly Dilatush
George Plautz
Jessica Davis
TESOL-Drama is a nine-year old worldwide community of language drama practitioners, coordinated by Gary Carkin and moderated by Shin-Mei Kao, Susan Hillyard, Leslie Sapp, Fernanda Molla, Jessica Davis, Nigel Caplan, Judy Trupin, Holly Dilatush, George Plautz and others.
In the annual TESOL-Drama Workshops we explore, via collaborative online interaction, effective approaches to learning language through drama, discussion of drama-related issues, and encouragement of the use of drama -- in its many forms -- to support language learning.
Digital Storytelling for Young Learners


Sponsored by IATEFL Young Learners & Teens SIG, JALT Teaching Children SIG, 
and ARCALL 
Shelly Terrell 
Özge Karaoglu
Esra Girgin
Jennifer Verschoor
David Dodgson
Michelle Worgan Eva Buyuksimkesyan
Marisa Constantinides 
Juan Uribe
How do we encourage young learners to use the English they learn in a meaningful context? Children can have access to various online creation and publication tools to share stories. Participants will explore various applications that motivate learners to share stories through comic creation tools, free Web 2.0 tools, mobile devices, and more.
Designed for Business
Sponsored by TESOL CALL-IS,
IATEFL BESIG
Claire Hart
Mercedes Viola
Kristen Acquaviva
Roy Bicknell
Jennifer Verschoor
Charles Rei
Nicolas Celedon
Justine ArenaCourse design is crucial to a course´s success. Within the business English world, which will be the main focus of our attention, meeting learners´needs through effective course design is always desirable and often essential. We will explore different approaches to course design, offering ideas, strategies and tips for professionals. 
Neuroscience in Education- Braining Up Your English Lessons
Sponsored by Brazil TESOL,  TESOL EFL IS, and TESOL NNEST IS organized by 
Ana Maria Menezes
Carla Arena
Cheryl Oakes
Denise Felice
Jane Petring
Mary Hillis
Nina Lyulkun
Learning happens in our brains. It's a physical and biological process. Brain-based teaching and learning focus on how the brain learns best and how language teachers can learn to understand and use this knowledge to help students learn English effectively. Much is already known about brain functioning during learning processes to orient the practice of teaching. The brain and learning are the bridge that teachers can and must cross with knowledge that effectively connects them to learners.
In this five-week online workshop offered through the Electronic Village Online, participants will explore how the brain works during the learning process and they will be introduced to helpful tips to enhance their teaching practice. By the end of the workshop, participants will have had an overview of how neuroscientific research findings can positively impact educators' pedagogical approach to spice up their lesson plans to promote students' creativity, engagement and learning. We promise it will be madly fun and informative!
Multiliteracies for Social Networking and Collaborative Learning Environments



Sponsored by TESOL CALL-IS 
TESOL Affiliate (IATEFL, BrazTESOL, JALT, AVEALMEC) organized by
Vance Stevens
Ana Cristina Pratas
Claire Bradin Siskin
Tony Gurr
This session applies connectivist and multiliteracies approaches to exploring recent developments and issues in open learning, and how these might apply to more conventional settings. The session is paced on Cormier’s 5 stages of MOOC participation: orient, declare, network, cluster, focus. Participants declare their personal goals for the course and trace their progress through eportfolios, either simple or elaborate. Any reasonable level of participation earns a badge in the course.
MachinEVO
Video Productions of Language Learning Conversations


Sponsored by TESOL VDMIS and 
EFL IS organized by
Dr. Randall Sadler
Carol Rainbow 
Heike Philp
Shelwyn Corrigan
Barbara McQueen
Jens Kjær Olsen
This is the second MachinEVO session we would like to offer on EduNation in Second Life. Last year's session was very successful with many educators participating and many machinimas having been produced. A machinima is a video recording of a 3D environment, and in our case we focused on recording language learning conversations. However, these kinds of recordings are technically very challenging, and last year, we were still very inexperienced. Yes, we learned a lot, thanks to our great experts' advice. This year, we hope to improve our technical skills and look forward to learning together. 
Mentoring

Sponsored by TESOL NNEST IS and Social Responsibility IS organized by :
Valerie Jakar
Laura Stoutenburg
Marina Gonzalez
Tamas Lorincz
Daniela Wagner-Loera
Mentor Interaction is intensifying the understanding of counseling, consulting, and peer dialogue from the previous EVO sessions. Teachers of ESL/EFL will receive a review on mentoring to build a solid base to build in-depth understanding of the key aspects of the mentoring relationship.The aim of this course is to help education professionals understand the characteristics and the importance of mentoring in becoming expert teachers. The readings, discussions, case studies and assignments will focus on practical aspects of creating and maintaining successful mentoring relationships. 
MOODLE for Teachers

Sponsored by TESOL CALL-IS organized by
Nellie Deutsch
Ludmila Smirnova 
Moodle for Teachers (M4T) 2013 EVO online workshop will take place on a Moodle website called Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning (IT4ALL). The aim of the M4T workshop is to provide participants who have never used Moodle or who would like to enrich their previous Moodle experiences with the knowledge and skills to navigate a Moodle course, access resources, activities, and blocks from a student perspective and practice the same Moodle features in class practice sections as teachers. The participants will develop a lesson or course on Moodle. 
Podcasting for the ESL-EFL Classroom


Sponsored by the  
TESOL CALL IS , AVEALMEC , VENTESOL-TECH SIG , VDM-IS organized by
Evelyn Izquierdo
Miguel Mendoza
Miguel Pérez
Yuly Asención-Delaney
In recent years, podcasting has become one of the most powerful asynchronous Web 2.0 tools in our classrooms. Its enormous educational potential allows teachers to use it as a simple resource to support activities within the classroom and to create audio recordings of happenings in their schools. This workshop aims at providing basic proficiency related to the production and publishing of digital media files (podcasts) and the implementation of podcasting in the language classroom to enhance communication in speaking and listening skills.

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