In our previous module, you set up your free Hypothes.is account and added annotations in our private class group to the "Learning" section of the national educational technology plan.
This week, you will:
Add replies to the annotations of your peers in the Learning section, as appropriate. This step is to ensure you understand how Hypothes.is functions to turn any webpage into a collaborative discussion. Imagine using this tool to annotate poems, short stories, and more with your students
Leave annotations and replies on the "Teaching" section of the national edtech plan.
How this activity relates to Challenge 2:
As you read and discuss the national edtech plan, keep your own experiences and needs as a teacher in mind. In Challenge 2 of this class, you will developing a project using technology that will 1) improve an area of your own teaching and 2) align with the national edtech plan. For now, just keep this in mind as you read and annotate sections that relate to these elements. Your annotations will serve as helpful breadcrumbs when you return to the plan during Challenge 2.
Reply to annotations left last week on the Learning section.
Follow the same steps above (click the Hypothes.is extension icon in your toolbar, expand the Hypothes.is panel, toggle from "public" to "EDUC661OL - Sp 17" and click "View all annotations."
Read the Teaching section and leave at least 6 annotations that connect what you are reading to your own experiences as a teacher. You may ask questions of your peers, note experiences that you've had that relate to the content in the article, contribute resources (links) to related tools or articles, or simply reflect.
You will return to this article by Monday at leave replies to your peers annotations. There is no criteria for the number of replies you leave.
Click here to learn how to add links, images, and videos within your annotations!
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