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 a rich set of PBL “products” from students across many grade levels, find out how students are creating and using VR “photospheres” using Google Cardboard and their phones, learn how a school in Australia is using a robotic assistant in the classroom, discover how one school helped a struggling dyslexic student rise to the top of the class, learn about researchers stimulating (literally!) faster learning, and more, more, more!
Billy was the sort of kid from whom you wouldn’t expect much in a classroom, until …
3 steps to collaborative professional learning
A Collection of Project Based Learning “End Products” from @tonyvincent
I Know What Girls Like: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math!
… 1.8 million #tech jobs will be unfilled in US because no one is trained to fill them
8 Articles Exploring Benefits of Flipped Classroom for Special Needs Students
Your students can create virtual reality expeditions
EdTech Co’s lack “reliable, research-based” recommendations on how Ss should use their products
The Maker Movement Is About More Than Science and Math
8 Switches To Update Project-Based Learning In The 21st Century
School gets new hi-tech assistant to boost digital learning
HackHERS: Rutgers students gather to compete, learn more about coding
Researchers Create Matrix-Like Instant Learning Through Brain Stimulation