This week’s collection of 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).
In this week’s Tweet Wrap … great tips for finding good educational apps for kids and finding affordable digital devices for students returning to school, free money(!), a reality check for online K-12 schooling, the most dangerous phrase in education, and much more …
A primer on educational technology: Five terms parents need to understand
Gates Foundation to fund 50% of nearly any project on http://DonorsChoose.org !
The Public Domain Review – A Good Place to Find Public Domain Media
Spend class time engaging students in application activities with feedback – “How I did it”
RT @jonbergmann: See my post written to parents. What if your child is in a #flipclass
6 (Very Good) Tips for Finding Great Educational Apps for Kids
High-Tech Schools With Low-Tech Problems
Digital textbooks adapt to your level as you learn
RT @RogerFrancis1: The Benefits of Flipped Classes on Student Workloads
Technology pushes teacher student relationships into new territory
Good mentoring and networking forums can be used to help new #teachers to adjust
‘Computer graveyard’ a gold mine for schools
Digital learning devices don’t have to break the bank – finding affordable choices
Bill Gates: What I Learned From the Teacher of the Year
How Howard County schools are harnessing teens’ tech obsessions
The Most Dangerous Phrase In Education …
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