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 … a study sees demand for the flipped classroom continuing to grow through 2020, a fun way to get hands on with SAMR (“SAMR Poker”!), exploring the “Rigor Relevance” framework, an online TA was actually an AI and no one knew!, a virtual “time machine” combines tech and History lessons using Augmented Reality, tips for integrating PBL into any subject area, explore the amazing work that student teams did creating apps to tackle real world issues in the Mad About Mattering app contest, 54 flipped classroom tools from TeachThought, and more, more, more! Go explore!
A Technology Revolution Isn’t Coming To Classrooms, It’s Here.
Research: Popularity of Online & Community Learning to Boost demand for #FlipClass Through 2020
The Modern Classroom…It Ain't Your Father's Classroom @web20classroom on new book
Robots won’t just take jobs, they’ll create them
4 Pillars of F-L-I-P: #1 = FLEXIBLE (Love F.3 re: Demonstrating Mastery)
5 Tips For Integrating Project-Based Learning In Any Content Area
Ever had PD on SAMR? *yawns* Check out this nice SAMR Poker challenge!
Study: early music “training” enhances young kids' ability to learn languages & more
Crowd-augmented cognition: Combining human & machine intelligence to accelerate learning
Very Cool! Time Machine Tours lets Ss experience history in a way never possible before
“The concrete aspect of how education changes is through changing assessment”
So many great flipped classroom PD opportunities this summer (read, travel, go online)!
How to Integrate Google Apps w/”Rigor Relevance” Framework
Science teacher using ‘Net, worldwide experts, giving Ss amazing learning experiences
TechCrunch Disrupt 2016 – 7 #EdTech Startups That Are Changing the Education Industry
Instructional Designers ‘Pivotal' in Tech Adoption
So true! And imagine the uproar if we took some of these away? Technology has provided tools for learning for centuries.
7 Tips for Teachers Who Have No Interest in Coding
This Early Childhood #EdTech Is Helping Low-Income Kids In Utah. Can Philanthropy Expand It?
Imagine Discovering That Your Teaching Assistant Really Is a Robot
America’s #EdTech Gap: Ts Believe Tech Enriches Classroom, But Schools Struggle w/ Implementation
54 Flipped Classroom Tools For Teachers And Students
Check out the MAD about Mattering App Finals – Vote on your Fav Student Created Apps
Learning Weather & Climate With The Popular Game Minecraft
Seven Tips to Protect Faculty and Student Data from Hackers
13 digital leaders driving #education forward in the UK
At Carnegie Mellon, using tech to make teachers more engaging