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TTT 06.10.2020 George Floyd's Life Mattered: Join us to read, watch videos, look at photos and annotate documents in a NowComment Collection

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Join a multi-modal reading group about the George Floyd protests this week on Teachers Teaching Teachers https://teachersteachingteachers.org on Wednesday evening, June 10 at 9E/8C/7M/6P.
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Last week on TTT, Joe DillionDillon, @onewheeljoe, shared with us a game he plays with students, asking them to decide "Which media is most important?" On Monday, he presents three multi-modal sources about an important issue and he asks his students to decide--before the end of the week--which of them are most important.

Last week on TTT, Joe Dillon, @onewheeljoe, shared with us a game he plays with students, asking them to decide "Which media is most important?" On Monday, he presents three multi-modal sources about an important issue and he asks his students to decide--before the end of the week--which of them are most important.

I want to play Joe's "game" with this Collection: George Floyd's Life Mattered https://nowcomment.com/blogs/204086

Together we'll annotate the images, videos, and texts in this collection — as readers and viewers.

Then we will discuss which of the 15 or so resources in this collection might be the most important to share with our students.
We'll also leave room for you to learn more about how to upload media and text about the George Floyd protests -- to complicate, deepen, or widen what has been collected so far.

Click this image. Then click the comment in NowComment and hit play to hear Joe's brief presentation last week. https://nowcomment.com/documents/204856?scroll_to=1909915
Please plan to join our multi-modal reading group about the George Floyd protests this week on Teachers Teaching Teachers https://teachersteachingteachers.org on Wednesday evening, June 10 at 9E/8C/7M/6P.

DMU Timestamp: May 11, 2020 21:16

Added June 11, 2020 at 8:49am by Paul Allison
Title: Transcript of chat during our conversation

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From Paul Allison : https://nowcomment.com/blogs/204086
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From Paul Allison : youthvoices.live/annottionsinstructons
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From Paul Allison : http://youthvoiced.live/annotationsinstruction
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From Jeff Dierking : http://youthvoices.live/annotationsinstruction
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From Jeff Dierking : There was a typo in the other one.
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From Paul Allison : https://nowcomment.com/blogs/204086
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From Paul Allison To Nicole Welling(privately) : Hi Nicole — This is where people are working now: https://nowcomment.com/blogs/204086
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From Nicole Welling To Paul Allison(privately) : Hello!
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From Paul Allison To Nicole Welling(privately) : We are annotating items in this collection up until about 9:40?
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From Paul Allison To Nicole Welling(privately) : Let me know if you need more help getting there… getting logged in… etc. We have also looked at https://youthvoices.live/annotationsinstructions
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From Paul Allison To Nicole Welling(privately) : Welcome!
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From Nicole Welling To Paul Allison(privately) : I successfully logged into NowCommet and ready to jump in. Thank you
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From Christina Cantrill : Harriet - you might be interested in the LEARN: Marginal Syllabus project which uses another annotation platform available often at the University level: https://educatorinnovator.org/campaigns/literacy-equity-remarkable-notes-learn-marginal-syllabus-2019-20/
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From Christina Cantrill : Why Annotate? https://s15138.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Why_-Infographic.pdf
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From Joe Dillon : Thanks everyone! I really appreciate hearing what each of you focused on, and the conversation about process we helpful as well.

DMU Timestamp: May 11, 2020 21:16





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