Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers.
Well, let’s start this first post of the year off right, by wishing you all a Happy New Year!
This week in the Wrap, come explore the difference between personalized, adaptive, and differentiated learning, discover the importance of unlearning what we already know in order to create a more successful learning experience, enjoy the fun “Periodic Table of EdTech”, learn how 3D printing enables interactive learning, consider ideas for a Genius Hour for your classroom, and more, more, more!
Dewey said it over half a century ago, yet it has never been more relevant! https://twitter.com/EmergingEdTech/status/682965783912255488
More evidence that letting infants play w/digital devices is a BAD idea
Unlearning What We Think We Know to Inspire Successful Learning
New California Law Limits Use of Student Data
Research: teacher-made academic films can be short in length, strong in impact!
The Internet Allowed Us to Learn Anything—VR Will Let Us Experience Everything
The #edtech periodic table
US DOE page lists some states, districts implementing Competency Based K-12 Programs
Step-by-Step Guide to Personalized Learning
10 Most Exciting SciTech Advances of 2015
Difference between Personalized & Adaptive Learning explained
How 3D Printing Facilitates Interactive Learning
What Is Genius Hour?
Report: Resist temptation of new #edtech initiatives, improve implementation of those already adopted