Robyn Pickering
Re: Question
Tue Jul 9, 2013 21:43

As I was reading through my classmates posts, internet workshops and webquests were exactly what I started thinking about. As one person pointed out, having students type in URLs can get complicated if students don't type it in just right. Using Scoopit as their webquest guide eliminates that. They can click on exactly the webpage they need. I think it would work similarly for workshops. I like the idea of maybe using it for individualized lessons as well. If you have a board for Writing on Scoopit, students could go to the pin they need to work on "thesis statement", "grammar," "editing." This way each student could be working on exactly what they need at the time.

  • question - koppenhaverd, Tue Jul 9 21:37
    I haven't used ScoopIt but it gets wide play by the cool kids on the internet. I can see its appeal to your high schoolers. I wonder if it would work for Internet workshop or webquests?
    • Re: Question - Robyn Pickering, Tue Jul 9 21:43
      • love the structure - koppenhaverd, Tue Jul 9 22:47
        Wow, that's much more elaborate than I envisioned. Feel free to set that up in lieu of creating a broader range of social bookmarks. I'd love to see it!
        • Re: Structure - Robyn Pickering, Tue Jul 9 23:40
          I've started working on one and created a new post about it.
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