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Curation as an Educational Challenge
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

Curation as an Educational Challenge

By on May 19, 2019 in Announcements, Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies | 0 comments

by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano, cross posted to the Langwitches Blog When I saw the following headline from a German article by Nele Hirsch, I was immediately hooked to click my way through. Kuratierung als Bildungsherausforderung, or in English “Curation as an Educational Challenge” was just the right headline for some of the thoughts, that have been...

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New Forms of Reading and Writing
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

New Forms of Reading and Writing

By on Mar 17, 2019 in Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies | 0 comments

As I am coaching teachers in learning how to learn and teach FOR the 22nd century, I realize that the gap between being able to read traditional forms of information, communications materials in general and reading on new platforms, in new genres and in general new digital forms is widening drastically. Not too long ago, I wrote a post titled, Our Notion of Literacy...

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Digital Portfolios & Documenting Learning: Announcing New Course
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

Digital Portfolios & Documenting Learning: Announcing New Course

By on Mar 4, 2019 in Announcements, Courses | 0 comments

I am super excited to announce another online course, I wrote for ampeduca. So many teachers and schools are diving into digital portfolios NOT to substitute analog portfolios into digital spaces, but to use them as another pedagogical strategy FOR learning, assessment, curation of digital work, etc.. The course is a compilation of the experience I have gained...

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The Moral Imperative of Sharing
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

The Moral Imperative of Sharing

By on Oct 19, 2018 in Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies | 0 comments

We are all on our own learning journey. All of us have different experiences and backgrounds. Some of us have been reflecting on the paradigm shift in education longer than others. No one else can accelerate the speed of our own journey but ourselves (self-motivated/self-directed), but there are also pieces to that journey, that no matter how much someone else...

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Our Notion of Being Literate or Illiterate Calls for an Update
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

Our Notion of Being Literate or Illiterate Calls for an Update

By on Jul 5, 2018 in Lifelong Learning, Modern Literacies | 0 comments

What does it mean to be literate? What does it mean to be illiterate? I think about the definition and the notion of literacy quite a bit. I define literacy as the ability to read and write and being able to express and communicate our ideas to others. Looking back at history, we know that the ability to read and write was in the hands of the clergy (male) and the...

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