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).
What is modern literacy pedagogy? How can we teach creativity? How can administrators get out of the office and into the classroom? Can mobile devices improve learning outcomes? Is the flipped classroom going to continue to grow in higher ed? Can public education personalize the classroom? The answers to these and many other questions in this week’s Tweet Wrap!
A Universal Framework For Modern Literacy Pedagogy
10 ways to teach creativity in the classroom
Irish study finds classroom internet access linked to much higher test scores
30 Tutorials on Visual Design – And Infographic Lesson Plans
Looks Fun! MT @Larryferlazzo: “Breaking News Generator!”
Administrators – Q: How to Get Out of the Office & Into Classrooms (A: Time Management!)
WELL SAID! I Will Not Be Lectured To. I’m Too Busy Teaching!
4 Strategies To Recharge Your Teaching
Poll: 45% of Educators Say Mobile Device Usage in Class Produce Positive Outcomes
Think Kit – A New Way to Create Diagrams on Your iPad
The Onion's Take on Pros and Cons of Standardized Testing! Funny.
Gates Foundation launches new site for #edtech entrepreneurs:
EDUCAUSE looks beyond the (current) LMS environment: is it a future we want?
Science shows #Maker movement helps those struggling to read
Differentiate this! Public education continues trend toward individualized lessons.
FlipCon15, the Flipped Learning Conference, Expands in 8th Year
97% of #HigherEd CIOs see flipped classroom growing (Huff Post)
Program allows students to learn math at their own pace