Educator: Digital tool helps students collect sources

12/16/2012 | Teacher Leaders Network

Sixth-grade language arts teacher Bill Ferriter writes in this blog post about his students' experiment with Scoop.it -- a resource to help users curate collections of resources. Using the tool, students entered search terms related to New York City's ban on large, sugary drinks, then selected sources on the topic they thought should be shared. Scoop.it allows students to evaluate sources, build collections and publish content, Ferriter writes.

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