3 classroom activities by using Diigo

In my previous post, I shared my preferences towards Diigo as my social bookmarking tool.

Now, I would like to share 3 activities in a chronological order that you can do with Diigo in the classroom. The idea comes from this post about Why teachers should use Diigo, which I also shared in my post here.

Activity #1: Create a private group for your students to work within. You can share websites, images, online articles and other media with your student specifically for a certain topic with tags.

Activity #2: Ask your students to analyze the bookmarked websites or online articles by using the highlight and sticky notes features. You and your students can interact with each other by commenting the pages with the sticky notes feature. You can also left provoking questions or objective in the sticky notes to facilitate learning.

Activity #3: Ask your students to share what they came up with WebSlides, which provide visual access to websites they have collected. You can also shared yours, earlier at the beginning of the lesson as a model of the final product that students need to present after the lesson.

Any other ideas of using Diigo?


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