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).
This week in our Tweet Wrap … comparing timeline creation tools, using texting in the classroom, nearing 1 Billion Creative Commons licensed works (= free to reuse per license spec!), multiple coding apps for young students, student created apps, gamified career counseling, and more.
Flipped classroom signifies progressive shift
5 Timeline Creation Tools Compared – Chart
Experiential Learning: Just Because It’s Hands-On Doesn’t Mean It’s Minds-On
7 Ways to Use Texting in the Classroom
An App to Make Career Counseling More Like a Video Game
“Sharing is winning. In 2015, we’ll pass one billion Creative Commons–licensed works”
6 Easy Steps for Getting Started Using Free Plickers for Assessment
HISTORY Channel, U of Oklahoma team up, create unique new interactive, online 16-wk course
5 Things to Share With Your Teachers About Educational Technology
4 Coding Apps For Kindergarten and Elementary School — THE Journal
The Heart: An Underused Tool for Digital Learning
Here’s a plan to turn around education — and generate $225 Trillion
Resources and Strategies for Flipping the Music Classroom
When students need stuff, more teachers tapping Internet donors
Student creates technology to help the visually impaired learn science
Students crack the code needed to create their own apps
A 3 Step Collaborative Brainstorming Process (Tools & Tips)
Huff Post – School Technology: Important for Teaching, Learning
Frozen’s Elsa and Anna teach girls to code
Related Posts (if the above topic is of interest, you might want to check these out):
Why Schools Have to Introduce Students to Programming (3 Steps to Get Started)
The Flipped Classroom is NOT Just for Math and Science!
Donation App Helps Teachers Overcome Budgetary and Resource Limitations