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Education Technology Tweet Wrap for the Week of 11-19-12

by Kelly Walsh on November 23, 2012


This week’s collection of Education and Instructional Technology articles and resource Tweets.

(Originally posted on Twitter by @EmergingEdTech over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers).

How a Low Performing School Achieved Double-Digit Gains on the California Standards Tests:

Chalk Talk – Hybrid teaching and Flipped Classrooms:

5 ways online education can keep its students honest:

Project RED Announces 20 Signature Districts for Education Technology Guidance:

Innovation education: Students’ projects meld new technology, real-world skills –

Duke University bioengineering professor shares first impressions of teaching a Coursera MOOC:

In Classroom Experiment, All Discussion Happened via Twitter:

Social Networking In Schools: Educators Debate The Merits Of Technology In Classrooms :


Related Posts (if the above topic is of interest, you might want to check these out):
7 Reasons To Leverage Social Networking Tools in the Classroom
Education Technology Success Stories (Article Category)
Education Technology Twitter Post Weekly Summarie (Article Categroy)


Kelly Walsh is Chief Information Officer at The College of Westchester, in White Plains, NY, where he also teaches. In 2009, Walsh founded He frequently delivers presentations and training on a variety of related topics at schools and conferences across the U.S. His eBook, the Flipped Classroom Workshop-in-a-Book is available here. Walsh became the Community Administrator for the Flipped Learning Network in June of 2016. In his "spare time" he also writes, records, and performs original music ... stop by and have a listen!

[Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are my own, or those of other writers, and not those of my employer. - K. Walsh]

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