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 … check out 163 “tools for schools” from Cool Cat Teacher, create videos with the free Stop Motion Studio app (available for smartphones and Windows), read about how we are ushering in the golden age of education technology, discover an opportunity for fame and fortune from the Khan Academy, learn why handwriting is still a vital learning tool for students, explore an extensive set of “App Lessons” from AppED Review, check out how IBM’s Watson is going to impact education, and more! Enjoy!
Professional development, training key to ed tech success
Students are demanding the facts about coding bootcamps
Stop Motion Studio Offers a Great Way to Make Videos
Fascinating … Is it real, or is it the future [of education]?
The Great #FlippedLearning, Project Based, Paperless Classroom Experiment
Bring On The Golden Age Of Learning Technology
Khan Acad seeking ‘brilliant explainers’ whose videos can help Ss succeed
Great set of #flippedlearning “why, how, what if” videos from Katie Gumbar
Why Handwriting Is Still Essential in the Keyboard Age http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/06/20/why-handwriting-is-still-essential-in-the-keyboard-age/
Lots of great App Based Lessons, from @AppEdReviewReview
How Technology Has Made Our Kids Smarter Than Ever (HuffPo)
In 5 Years, “the Classroom Will Learn You”, thanks to @IBMWatson
In elementary education, ‘doing science’ rather than just memorizing it
Love it: “it’s time to cut the Digibabble around education & tech and focus on the issues”
10 Creative Ways to Use Interactive White Boards in the Classroom
How to Prepare Professors Who Thought They’d Never Teach Online
This Is the Tech That Will Make Learning as Addictive as Video Games
Amazing list! 163 “super tools for schools” from @coolcatteacher
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