Skip to main content

Home/ Diigo Community/ Group items tagged metacognition

Rss Feed Group items tagged

Graham Perrin

Why We Like Diigo - School Computing - 1 views

  • Diigo also supports my own metacognition as I come across web pages that have been annotated by my Diigo network
  • Contributors to this article:

    Demetri Orlando, Sarah Hanawald, Beth Ritter-Guth, Michèle Drechsler

  • strategies to encourage metacognition
  • ...72 more annotations...
  • History
    • Graham Perrin
       
      26 July 2009
  • Why We Like Diigo
  • use the web to research
  • as easily as if I were using a yellow highlighter and a red pen
  • mark up web pages
  • no longer need to copy
  • all digitally facilitated with the Diigo social bookmarking and annotating tool
  • shifted the way I read the world wide web
  • much more active
  • in the same way I use a paper textbook
  • scribble in the margins
  • "dog-ear" important pages
  • individually or collaboratively
  • highlight and comment as I go, building a path
  • snippets that I want to remember
  • return to what is important
  • information-processing is heightened
  • a greater level of usefulness
  • not tied to any one computer
  • private or public sticky notes
  • a powerful collaborative tool
  • message boards
  • automated email summaries
  • extract highlighted text from a set of web pages
  • create a personalized learning environment for any topic
  • "Extract Annotations"
  • replicating what I used to do on paper
  • all of those highlighted passages in one place
  • Diigo saves me a lot of this time
  • access many more sources of information
  • my ability to scan, organize, and absorb multiple sources of information is greatly increased
  • also see what others have highlighted or commented
  • when I search on Diigo the results are based on what my colleagues in the field have identified as important and relevant
  • Diigo is a tool that fosters collaboration and resource sharing
  • benefit from others' insight
  • faculty committees use Diigo
  • everyone on the committee has access to a growing set of shared links
  • such as ways we can build a more sustainable culture
  • helps to identify important segments
  • the more of an individual’s thoughts they include via the commenting tools, the better
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I agree.
  • thoughtful comments tied to specific portions of the text are more illuminating
  • localized comments
  • fruitful conversations
  • create your own groups for any purpose
  • feedback of other group members
  • discover new tools and content
  • When I was ready to collect
  • professional development interests of each teacher
  • exciting for me and my students
  • metacognition (thinking about thinking)
  • I used the Diigo for educators feature to set all the students up with an account that meets COPPA requirements
  • I had such a fun time
  • assess the students' work
  • really cool
  • like I was reading the stories along with each of them
  • kids used the tools built in to Diigo to demonstrate their use of the reading strategies that we've been practicing with paper text
  • showed their thinking
  • asking questions, reflecting, and analyzing the text by inserting these as comments
  • a powerful tool for supporting and scaffolding metacognition
  • deepens my thinking about the content
  • see how my colleagues have responded
  • my Diigo network
    • Graham Perrin
       
      :-)
  • Diigo also stores a "cached" version of each web page you visit
  • the best tool is one that meets all of our needs all of the time. We believe that Diigo is this tool.
  • Diigo can also be set to update other networks
  • Diigo is a powerful tool that is literally changing the way that we look at the web. It has gotten me excited about bookmarking again.
  • I subscribe to several "groups" on Diigo
  • Several people have collaboratively worked on this article
  • Demetri Orlando
  • Michèle Drechsler
  • Sarah Hanawald
  • Beth Ritter-Guth
  •  
    metacognition
1 - 1 of 1
Showing 20 items per page