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TXT Las consecuenicas del imperialismo

David Gosàlbez Martínez
[Grupo de Trabajo_Herramientas 2.0 para Flipped Classroom]
Modulo 1
Realización de búsquedas avanzadas con Google Chrome
MÓDULO I. Realización de búsquedas avanzadas con Google Chrome
Cómo se hace una búsqueda avanzada de información ( saber utilizar parámetros y
poner criterios para poder obtener buenos resultados)
Búsqueda de bancos de recursos educativos
Los derechos de autor en Internet y uso de licencias
Herramientas: Google Chrome
1a. Pinterest is a digital scrapbook
Pinterest is an online scrapbook or pineboard where everybody can find new ideas created by users
that have organized them into a series of categories called “boards” and bookmarks called “pins”.
Pinterest pins can include photos, videos, drawings, animations, Internet links,… that include tons of
1b. For further information about what is Pinterest check the following links:
2a. Firstly, go to Pinterest to create a new user: www.pinterest.es
Once you have started the registration, make sure you have chosen an appealing user name for your
account. Please, pay special attention when deciding your areas of interest since Pinterest will present
you inspiringcontentbased on your choices. Finally, install the Pinterest browser button in your
computer in order to save creative ideas from around the web easily. You did it, good job!!!
2b. Getting ready your account
Now it is time to set up your profile, go to settings and decide if you are going to hide your page from
search engines (Search privacy), upload a photo (Picture), add some information about you and
connect your account with other social networks.
2c. For extra info about how to join Pinterest check:
3. GETTING STARTED: Tips for getting off on the right foot
3a. Visiting a Pin
Once in your homepage, click on one of the pins or look for an specific one using the searching bar and
follow the instructions: 1) Visit the original page from which the pin was saved, 2) Leave a comment, 3)
Share the pin with one of your contacts via mail or any other social network, 4) look for content visually
similarand, finally, 5) save a pin.
3b. Creating a new board
If you have decided to save a pin you can choose between saving it in an existing board or create a new
one, in this case we will explore the second option: 1) Decide a title for your board, 2) Edit the name of
the pin and 3) determine whether the board will be public or secret.
3c. Adding new pins
David Gosàlbez Martínez
[Grupo de Trabajo_Herramientas 2.0 para Flipped Classroom]
It is possible to add new pins by clicking the plus symbol in the board. Two possibilities are given: you
can upload your own picture of the pin from your device, include the website and a brief description or
upload directly the URL. Create a new pin using a specific picture.
3d. Customizing the board
There are several ways to customize a board: 1) It is possible to invite people to join the board clicking
the plus symbol beside the profile picture. 2) It is also possible to subdivide the board grouping
together similar pins and 3), last but not least, it is feasible to edit the board to change its cover and
add a description.
4a. Following power pinners and moguls.
Apart from establishing your own criteria and to have always in mind who are you curating for, to
follow the right pinners is also fundamental. These are called power pinners and can be distinguished
due both to the number and the quality of the pins they create and to the number of re-pins that they
regularly share. Find and discover who the super teachers of your subject are. Here there are a few
ways to identify them: 1. Do a google search for “popular teachers on Pinterest” and 2. Find teachers
you admire in other social media sites.
Just as influential as Power Pinners are what we call Media Moguls: education publications devoted to
creating in-depth guides and resources and sharing them on Pinterest. Check these to get started:
4b. Curate, organize and share a board.
1. Create a board for an specific topic of your area including, at least, 10 pins. Please try to add a wide
range of resources including videos, readings, images, diagrams, infographics,… When adding the pins
remember you can re-pin some of them but include some others picking them up from other websites.
2. Describe the pins using keywords (STEM, timesaving, lesson plan, project)
3. Customize your pins using your own pictures.
4. Organize your pins logically in, at least, two sub-boards.
5. Finally, share your board with, at least, two colleges.
5a. 7 projects our student can do using Pinterest
1. Research board:
2. Historical figure presentation:
https://www.pinterest.es/inspirationfeed/pablo-picasso-quotes/ Picasso quotes
https://www.pinterest.es/PericoDeSantCugat/pablo-picasso/ Picasso artworks
https://www.pinterest.es/neverenoughwool/george-washington/ George Washington
3. Online webliography:
https://www.pinterest.es/lalafin/bibliography-of-my-life-not-in-mla-format/ Bibliography of my life
https://www.pinterest.es/timdayhuff/bibliography/ Contemporary Art Bibliography
Persian rugs
https://www.pinterest.es/kitchengardenbo/culinary-history/ Culinary History Bibliography
4. Virtual Trips:
https://www.pinterest.es/MyLittleRoad/silk-road-route-de-la-soie/ Silk Route
https://www.pinterest.es/sumanacharya/silk-route/ Silk Route
https://www.pinterest.es/ccibulkova/ancientrome/ Ancient city of Rome
https://www.pinterest.es/nikvai/ancient-city-of-rome/ Ancient city of Rome
David Gosàlbez Martínez
[Grupo de Trabajo_Herramientas 2.0 para Flipped Classroom]
https://www.pinterest.es/wonderkermit/pompeiiherculaneum/ Pompeii
https://www.pinterest.es/edinburghcc/city-museums/ Edinburgh city museums
5. Music Playlists:
https://www.pinterest.es/bealgarna/m%C3%BAsica-antigua/ Música Antigua
6. Get ideas for a project:
https://www.pinterest.es/tracimstjohn/pablo-picasso/ Picasso Project
https://www.pinterest.es/jamiedailey5/pyramid-project/ Pyramid Project
7. Class portfolio
https://www.pinterest.es/phillippemichel/art-portfolio/ Art portfolio
5b. Define the project.
1. Contents
2. Objectives
3. Parts/Items
4. Rubric