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Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers.

EmergingEdTech Teaching Technology Tweet Wrap

This week’s wrap is packed full of tasty tidbits for teachers trolling for tech tips and tools, along with plenty of food for thought about teaching and learning in general!  Should we let students help write open textbooks? How about a free tool to help gauge the impact of edtech usage in your classroom or school? Check out a few lessons plans to help combat fake news. Can we measure the outcomes from play? Explore students’ rising expectations for interactive digital learning content. All that and much more! 

Game Based Learning: Make Fast Teaching Games with SMART lab

Growing (But Controversial) Idea in Open-Access Tbooks: Let Ss Help Write ’em:

Free Tool Helps Schools Do Quick Impact Studies of Ed Tech Usage

Pick up The Innovator’s Mindset this weekend and Join us!

How Are You Celebrating Digital Learning Day 2017?

The 6 Major Barriers to Technology Adoption in Higher Ed

Phishing Scam Targets School Employees’ Information

3 Fast, Free Lesson Plans to Fight Fake News

How to Create a #Makerspace in any Space

See What’s Happened in North Carolina w/ Statewide Support for #DigitalLearning

Reshaping the education paradigm with cognitive science

Teach Students to Search Like a Boss w/ 5 Easy Google Advanced Search Tips

The secret to faster learning: embrace the noble art of skimming

To Boost Engagement, Give Tech Savvy Students Interactive Content

PAPER: Facilitating higher-order thinking with the flipped classroom model

They’re having fun… but are they learning? Measuring the outcomes from Play

This is what Google Expeditions can do in a classroom

Let’s Practice What We Teach: Flipping Faculty Development

School wants parents to take responsibility – now their poster is spreading like wildfire online

4 reasons why a generational skills gap exists today—and isn’t closing

Online toolkit helps schools select content-rich instructional materials

The Techies Who Are Hacking Education by Homeschooling Their Kids

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The Flipped Learning Network Launches a Book Club! First up: The Innovator’s Mind Set by George Couros

On Twitter, there will be one question each day posted via @FLNBookClub and #flnbook.

Also, a weekly blog post for each chapter will be shared at

You are also encouraged to share your own blog post and/or respond or comment on the book club blog to keep the conversation going.

We’ll take out time and explore the book over the course of about 3 months, so it isn’t a big time commitment. Explore the schedule here.

See you there!

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5 Online Tools for Scheduling Appointments

February 14, 2017

All of Your Schedules can be Just a Click Away! Managing your time takes a lot of effort and discipline, and when it involves others, it gets even more complicated. From work to home and family life, it can feel a constant juggle figuring out how we ask for other people’s time and fit it […]

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Powerful Interactive Collaboration, in Class or Online: Knowlounge

February 13, 2017

Real-Time Interactive Instructional Tool Set Offers Unique Functionality at an Affordable Price Ever wanted to just add PDF notes to your online classes and write all over them? While the concept of video classes and learning over the internet isn’t anything new, edutech company Klounge is providing a whole new experience for online and classroom-based […]

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Education and EdTech Tweet Wrap, w/e 02-11-17

February 12, 2017

Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. So I was away last week and traveling or disconnected for most of that time so I couldn’t do what I usually do via social media — share favorite content that […]

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February App Ed Review Roundup – Cool Map Websites

February 7, 2017

Image Source Fun Learning With Map Apps! Cartography is an old word that refers to the creation and study of maps. Given that maps have gone digital (like almost everything else), we wanted to give you a cartography update in this edition of the Roundup! Specifically, we wanted to show you diverse maps for teaching […]

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EdTech and Education Tweet Wrap, w/e 02-04-2017

February 5, 2017

Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. This week in the wrap … teacher Brian Aspinall delivers and entertaining reflection on teaching and learning Carpool Karaoke style, Zach Cresswell shares his experience learning something new and how it […]

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Learn Moodle USING Moodle and Enhance Your LMS Skills With VerveEd

February 2, 2017

Okay, so let’s be honest. Lots of the instructors in most colleges and universities could use some skills development when it comes to using their Learning Management System. That’s just the way it is. And pretty often that LMS is Moodle. And sadly, few want to make time to sit in PD on your campus […]

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10 Different Approaches to Creating Digital Learning Content

February 1, 2017

Over the past few months, I’ve written a series of posts over on the Flipped Learning Network web site that offer a wealth of different tools and techniques that can be used to create digital learning content for flipped or blended teaching and learning. I want to be sure that EmergingEdTech subscribers get a chance to […]

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9 Disturbing Data Privacy and Security Concerns Educators Should be Aware of

January 31, 2017

Image Source “There’s folk out there who would do you harm … so I’ll sing you no lullaby” – Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull (No Lullaby, from Heavy Horses, 1977)   Technology is pretty awesome. I built my career largely around the intersection of information technology and the pursuit of excellence in management practices. Over […]

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