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, we start off with a great set of podcasts featuring Bryan Alexander and his conversations with Audrey Watters, Will Richardson, Richard DeMillo, and many others; there is now a fully free online MBA course out there, tons of tips to start off the year with a stress-free classroom, how to create your own search engine (this can be a great tool, specific to your academic discipline and class), we're looking for folks who have used Arduino or Raspberry or similar devices in their classrooms, and of course there's more … enjoy!
Access all of @BryanAlexander ‘s Future Trends [in Tech & Ed] video chats here
A free online MBA (license by DC Super of Ed)! Wow! Only 7% of applicants accepted
50 Beginning Of The School Year Procedures For A Stress-Free Classroom
Does #FlippedLearning Drive Active Learning?
Students get to teach the teachers at technology conference
Guinness World Record for largest practical science lesson broken by Queensland students
Smart eyeware for learning is no longer science fiction
Anybody up for writing a guest post about their experience using @Raspberry_Pi [or Arduino] w/ Ss? Reach out: http://www.emergingedtech.com/contact/
Campus Tech 2016: Recognizing— and Questioning—‘Inevitable’ Futures
Study: #edtech isn't helping, but cautions, “Implementation is really important, yet it's often ignored”
Powerful Idea! How to Create Your Own Custom Search Engine
5 Key Takeaways from #CT2016
Safe and sound: Troy High is teaching cyber security skills at young ages
New science standards urge shift from ‘learning about' to ‘figuring out'
Kids learn robotics for STEM Saturday
The Importance Of Getting Things Wrong
Academics ‘do want to teach’ in technology-enhanced classrooms
Accelerating Acceleration: The Future Is Arriving Far Faster Than Expected