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 in the wrap … apps that let students show what they know; just what is Personalized Learning – read what some education experts have to say; check out the Wayback Machine Internet Archive with Alan November; explore the move to stop grading and focus on student learning (imagine that :)); using student-created Infographics for assessment; explore how the flipped classroom makes competency-based learning possible; and more, more, more!
Panel: Ditch Grades Now, Focus on Student Learning
‘Always Be Learning’: A New Model For Lifelong Education
What Artificial Intelligence Could Mean For Education
The biggest indictment of our schools is not their failure to raise test scores
7 Creative Apps That Allow Students To Show What They Know
Passionate Educators Share Their Perspectives on What Personalized Learning Is
Blow Student’s Minds & Open Their Eyes w/the Wayback Machine (Internet Archive)!
Digital tools can help children w/ developmental challenges, parents & experts say
Online Learning Consortium Opens Calls for 2016 #DigitalLearning Innovation Awards
Scroll down for top 5 #Robotics advancements to expect in next 3 years (pretty cool!)
Infographics as a Creative Assessment from @kathyschrock
Sheesh! A Teacher Makes 1500 Educational Decisions A Day
New social robot from MIT helps students learn through personalized interactions
Review of Sams & Bergmann’s book “Flipped Learning for Science Instruction”
Complex learning can break down barriers in brain we thought were fixed
Interesting: How to train your human, part II: Products that make habits last
Competency Based Learning: How Flipped Mastery Makes CBL Possible