Do You Scoop.It Yet?

Yes, call me a geek, a nerd, a techno. I love new technology. I’m all over facebook (Moore’s Common Core), twitter (DarlaSays), and Pinterest (Darla Moore). My latest obsession is Scoop.It. Instead of collecting images like Pinterest, you are actually curating collections of articles. For example, my one tab is just my collection of articles on CCSS and other school news. Since I love books, another tab is just my collection of book related reviews and news. It is sort of like creating your own magazine.


Pretty cool, huh?

But wait, there’s more!

Let’s say, like me, you are interested in CCSS stuff. It will realize what you are collecting and make suggestions to you. “If you like that article, you may also like this.” Quickly you can build a collections on any topic.

Fun for us! Now think of students!

Let’s say they are doing a report on Bigfoot. Using , they could collect their articles, should you their collections and get the most up-to-date news on the topic from the suggestions. There is even a downloadable bookmark tool.

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Leave me links to your pages!

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About DarlaMoore

In short - Teacher, Author, Speaker, and sometimes PopCulture Pirate. In long- Darla's 1st career was in Psychology. For the past 11 years she has taught everything from 3rd grade to college Freshmen in both urban and rural settings. She is a Lead Content Expert and Content Alignment Committee Member in the area of ELA for the Ohio Department of Education and has presented at numerous conferences and workshops. As an author she has contributed to The Gates Foundation, US Department of Education, ETS, AIR, and many other educational communities. Her anticipated series of books, Moore’s Common Core Teacher Guides will be available from Amazon starting July 2012. Follow her on Twitter at darlasays. You can also find her as part of Now2WOW Publishing

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