- High school teacher and eduTecher founder Adam Bellow this week launched eduClipper, a crowdsourced curation platform for teachers and students, after a year of development.
- EduClipper is basically a Pinterest for education, and Bellow says it was designed to allow students and educators to utilize that type of social curation to find and share the best learning resources, sorted by subject or interest.
- Users install a Chrome extension on their browser, which allows them to easily add any content to their eduClipboards, and Bellow hopes the platform's use can eventually extend beyond its group boards to help create better K-12 learning portfolios.
From the article:
... “There’s a ton of great content on the web that we want to share with colleagues and students,” the eduClipper founder says. “But it becomes difficult to share because our students and teachers are not all connected in the same place.” So, beyond showcasing specific contributors, the platform also enables this realtime collaborative clipboarding for group work — something that’s increasingly becoming the norm in today’s classrooms. ...