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 … explore what the next few years hold for Virtual and Augmented Reality, and get up to speed on Google Cardboard, listen to Director of the Institute for Personalized Learning discuss their work to ensure that Personalized Learning becomes the norm, learn how blockchain technology could impact education, review the various malware types we should all be aware of, read how we may be able to help children with auditory processing disorders overcome reading issues before they occur, and more, more, more!
The Near Future of VR & AR: What You Need to Know
How a ‘Syllabus Commons’ Could Change Higher Education
Getting real? Google cardboard & virtual reality in education
Good for Ss,Teachers to be Aware of: Common Malware Types: Cybersecurity 101
Enhanced Voice Typing for Google Docs
New Government Programs Look to Close Digital “Homework Gap”
Study: Predicting literacy skills in children years before they read
‘Teachers should flip their dull workload to focus on the precious moments – teaching'
Very well done ‘Visual Introduction to Machine Learning’
Teens do better in science when they know Einstein and Curie also struggled
IBM's “neurosynaptic” chips are the closest thing to a synthetic brain yet
Science says parents of successful kids have these 11 things in common
Ep. 30 Let’s Grow A Culture Of Personalized Learning
Nice little piece by @joshmkim: EdTech and ‘All The Birds in the Sky'
Sony Aims to Reshape Education with Blockchain Technology
RT @TeachThought: Best iPad Apps for Art Education, Painting
Tech Crunch: “Tablets are Dead” (i.e. nothing new happening, future looks ??)
U.S. DoE Recognizes 13 States, 40 Districts Committing to w/Educational Resources