Scoop.it is a great free tool to use in class by getting your learners to curate their own highly visual magazines. They choose a topic they are interested in, source content for their scoop.it online, then they scoop.it. They can edit the links description and also write a personal reflection or comment below.
If you’ve been following this blog for a while and using some of the lesson plans and ideas we’ve been posting then you may now feel ready to jump ahead of the field a bit. One way to do this is to read up on articles, news feeds and be on the look out for other interest groups on the web. To make things a little easier for you Digital Play Scoop it sources many of these and delivers them on one attractive visual page.
As well as scouring the web for news and articles that are connected with using digital games and toys in the language classroom our Scoop.it team also wants you to stay up-to-date on any new content on the Digital Play blog. You can also check out past postings by scrolling to the bottom and clicking through the numbered pages.
All in all, a great one stop place to go for all your Digital Play needs.