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Wakelet is a content curation tool that allows users to gather and share resources in visually pleasing collections. It supports collaboration, research, content differentiation, and more, making it a suitable tool for InDo's vision of 21st-century learning.

  1. Defining Objectives
    Wakelet can be used to define clear learning objectives by curating content collections tailored to specific goals or topics.
  2. Determining Required Evidence
    Educators can ask students to create their own Wakelet collections as evidence of understanding, which can be assessed for completeness, accuracy, and creativity.
  3. Creating the Learning Plan
    Teachers can create a collection of resources on Wakelet to build a comprehensive learning plan for a unit or lesson, facilitating resource sharing and student access.
  1. Content
    Wakelet allows teachers to differentiate content by curating resources that cater to various competence and ability levels.
  2. Learning Process
    Students can choose how they want to engage with a Wakelet collection, supporting differentiation in the learning process.
  3. Product
    Students can demonstrate their learning by creating their own Wakelet collections, allowing for varied and creative outputs.
  4. Learning Environment
    Wakelet fosters a collaborative and adaptive learning environment, where students can share resources, ideas, and insights.

  1. Online Lessons: Wakelet collections can serve as an organized hub for online lesson resources, making it a valuable tool for remote or blended learning.
  2. Gamification: While Wakelet does not include traditional game elements, the act of curating and sharing collections can motivate and engage students in a form of competitive learning.

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