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Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets about education and instructional technology articles, resources, etc.

(Originally posted on Twitter by @EmergingEdTech over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers).Twitter-worldThis week the wrap includes a fun Kid President Video (there’s a bunch of these on the ‘Tube … great inspiration for kids), recognizing non-curricular activities with digital badges, why good teachers are key to the flipped classroom, a few pieces focused on the need to increase physical activity during kids’ school days to enable better learning (veering from edtech there, but it’s important!), a school on the cutting edge of educational thinking, published results supporting effectiveness of flipped learning, and more!

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Kid President Video “How To Be An Inventor!” #Teachers Gotta Share Kid Pres Vids w/ Ss!

Cool idea! Recognize important student non-curricular activities w/ Digital Badges

33 Problems That All Teachers Will Understand

It’s not all about the videos! Why Good Teachers Are Key To #FlipClass

The Learning Myth: Why I’ll Never Tell My Son He’s Smart (by Sal Khan)

Game On: Students Rack Up Points in “Gamed” Classroom

The SAMR Model In 120 Seconds

Why Digital Writing Matters in Education

10 Published Results Supporting the Benefits of Flipped Learning

eSkeletons – Online Comparisons of Mammal Skeletons

Where’s The Innovation In Education Coming From?

Teacher spends two days as a student and is shocked at what she learns

64 Varied & Essential iPad Apps For Teachers

Takeaway: “Passive Learning” is an oxymoron! An active student is more engaged!

New Immanuel College senior school at cutting edge of educational thinking

Academia welcomes new skills

Overcoming roadblocks and increasing student opportunity through #edtech

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5 Short Videos that are Long on Information and Powerful Insights!

In this month’s best of YouTube cull, sink your senses into videos exploring multimedia learning, hybrid learning, and the potential of flipped learning. Consider the realities of the #edtech ‘revolution’ and get inspired by the transformational power of technology …


How to optimize students’ learning? Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning …

Richard Mayer, a professor at the University of California, discusses how to optimize learning when presenting learning content by reviewing the “Multimedia Learning Theory”. I found this really enlightening. Many presenters will combine text and images and then speak about them, but Mayer explains how this results in cognitive overload.

THIS Will Revolutionize Education (or will it?)

Many technologies have promised to revolutionize education, but so far none has. With that in mind, what could revolutionize education?

School District shares their Hybrid Learning model

While this is essentially a commercial for (the Pennsylvania Hybrid Learning Institute), it is absolutely worth watching if you want to get a sense of the potential for a well constructed and delivered hybrid learning program. Pittston Area School District explains implementation of their hybrid learning model and how they use technology to differentiate instruction. “This model lends itself to differentiating for students”. Pittston Area School District is combining traditional instruction from teachers with group activities and self-directed learning to achieve the right balance to meet the needs of all of the students. Students are learning at their own pace, and collecting and using student data is central to success.

The Transformational Power of Education Technology

A discussion of the rapidly changing world of education technology and the great potential it has to transform how teachers teach and students learn. Many of you have probably seen videos discussing how technology has the power to change education, but this one stands out in my mind. Maybe this can help to get some of the hold-outs more enthused.

Jon Bergmann Explains the Potential of Flipped Learning

In 4 Minutes, flipped classroom pioneer Jon Bergmann speaks elegantly and meaningfully to the potential and power of flipped learning. If you’re not already on board with the potential for flipped teaching and learning, hopefully this will get you thinking more seriously about it.



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Take a Live Virtual Field Trip to Africa With Your Students on Tuesday Feb 5!

January 27, 2015

The Nature Conservancy and PBS LearningMedia Team to Offer This Fun Live Experience for Grades 3 to 8 How would you like your students to experience the wilds of Africa through a live video cast? This event will be broadcast over YouTube and Google Hangouts, and will introduce students to the continent of Africa and […]

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FETC 2015 Trends – Self-Directed, Personalized, and Mobile Device-Agnostic Learning

January 25, 2015

Wondering What Trends Stood Out at this Popular Annual #EdTech Conference? One of the best EdTech conferences of the year is the Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC). This year was no different as thousands of educators from all disciplines and instructional levels descended upon the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. There were several […]

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Education and Digital Learning Tweet Wrap for Week Ending 01-24-15

January 24, 2015

Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets about education and instructional technology articles, resources, etc. (Originally posted on Twitter by @EmergingEdTech over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers). This week’s wrap is packed! We explore questions like, “What does it mean to be a whole teacher?”, “Is the […]

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How Technology can Create a Reading Transformation

January 22, 2015

It may not be Happening Overnight, but it is Happening Some people still love paper books. Starting from infancy all the way through adulthood, book reading has had a fundamental role in people’s daily existence. Excellent books expand horizons and stimulate imagination; they enable us to think differently and they let us evade and create […]

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The All New Free Flipped Teaching and Learning Resources eBook (Available on

January 20, 2015

This Updated eBook is a Structured Like a Mini Flipped Class Workshop, With Dozens of Excellent Free Resources! As I write this, the Flipped Classroom has evolved into an undeniable grassroots movement, driven by the momentum of tens of thousands of teachers across the world who have embraced the idea. These passionate educators are making […]

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10 Inspirational Quotes for Teachers from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 18, 2015

The Revered Leader and Orator Said Many Things That can Inspire Educators Everywhere I’ve always found motivation and inspiration in the words and deeds of great men and women, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is certainly in the upper echelon of modern history’s most lauded and oft-quoted figures. This celebrated man is an inspiration […]

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Instructional Technology and Education Tweet Wrap for Week Ending 01-17-15

January 17, 2015

Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets about education and instructional technology articles, resources, etc. (Originally posted on Twitter by @EmergingEdTech over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers). This week’s Tweet Wrap includes excellent questions to help you assess whether your use of technology is truly transformative for […]

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The Prodigy Math Game: Game-Based Learning for the Common Core

January 15, 2015

Gamify Common Core Math! Game-based learning is a topic we have revisited numerous times on EmergingEdTech. The implications it has on student engagement and learning are powerful and cannot be overstated. If you have not already experimented with game-based learning with your class, make 2015 the year you do! One program that is doing an […]

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