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, several flipped class articles examining the technique from various perspectives, a look at the advanced Google search “site” parameter with Alan November, a college dashboard that goes well beyond the President’s effort by calculating value, discover the new “shared” functionality for the iPad coming in iOS 9.3, an overview of John Dewey’s experiential learning pedagogical approach, a consideration of the need to teach scientific thinking (as opposed to just a collection of facts), numerous tech tools to explore, and more, more, more!
Flipping the classroom when home access is a problem
If kids don’t come out of school today being innovative, they will come out unemployed …
The Advanced Google Searches Every Student Should Know
Nominate a CIO for the Wayne Brown Ed Tech Leader Award!
Drawing Ideas: The Benefits Of Mindmapping For Learning
Brookings has a College “Rankings” Dashboard done right
7 Activities to Encourage Ss to Take Ownership of Their Learning
The Top Technology Stories You’ll Be Reading in 2016
SeeSaw Now Offers a Simple & Safe Blogging Platform for Kids
Ep. 15: Teaching & Learning vs. Accountability With @justintarte
Thanks Feedspot.com for including us in this TOP 100 EDUCATION BLOGS listing!
Numberock – Math Music Videos for Kids
Universities to ‘flip’ the classroom as space requirements change in digital age
A LOOK INSIDE a Digital Shop Class: Game Based Learning, Design Thinking …
New “Shared iPad for students” functionality slated for iOS 9.3 look pretty cool!
Carol Dweck: The power of believing that you can improve
Youtube capture (app): easily record, edit, and upload video to Youtube
Virtual-Reality Lab Explores New Kinds of Immersive Learning
Why Every Gadget You Own Suddenly Wants To Talk To You
There’s a good reason Americans are horrible at science
25 Critical Thinking Apps For Extended Student Learning
7 Ways Video Games Will Help Your Kids in School
Flipped Learning: A Response To Five Common Criticisms
The Pedagogy Of John Dewey: A Summary