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).
Happy New Year Everyone! This week’s wrap includes … defining a ‘taxonomy’ for personalized education, the most shared flipped classroom articles (Edutopia content dominated), fun with Fake Facebook and Fake SMS as great methods for engaging students in history, Epson’s new Moverio (“Google Glass on Steroids”, at a fraction of the price), model rubrics for PBL, a guide to helping students think critically, and more. I also indulged myself at the start of the year by including a few tweets that veer from ‘edtech’ a bit.
Project Based Learning – An Explanation and Model Rubrics
By Request – A Comparison of 5 Tools for Building Classroom Websites
MIT professor tells teachers to follow pupils’ online-savvy lead
Engage Students in History With Fake Facebook and Fake SMS
Review & Comment on DOE's Proposed College Ratings Framework (Comment Period Ends 2/17)
The Top 10 Most Shared Flipped Classroom Articles of 2014!
If we want better students, end the 19th-century ‘grading game’
Check out what I created w/ @Pixton, @Camtasia, & @CreativeCommons: Lotto Dust – The Video!
12 Companies Transforming Education To Watch Next Year
Epson Moverio is pretty much Google Glass on steroids
Why Academic Writing Often Stinks.
Habits of Mind for the New Year: How to Actually Accomplish Your Resolution
OPINION: Defining the Taxonomy for ‘Personalized Education'
The Most Powerful TED Talks of 2014
Terrific Mini Guide to Help Students Think Critically