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, a couple of fun YouTube channels from teachers … one about History and another about Science (mostly Biology), plus a great intro vid from a first year 4th grade teacher. We’ve got a couple pieces on emerging technology in general – one from the Wall Street Journal and another post on Medium that takes a positive look at the impact tech can have on the years to come. How about an amazing pen that writes in ink that conducts electricity (could be pretty awesome for applicable science, math, or engineering courses)! Explore new functionality for educators from Google and Microsoft. Also, we’re looking for educators who have used Google Expeditions in their classrooms … if that’s you, we hope you’ll reach out so we can chat a little about your experience. And as always, there’s more to explore! Enjoy!
7 things I wish people understood about being a teacher – Vox
Hip Hughes’ Outstanding History Videos
The Unpredictability of Predictive Analytics 2.0
3 Collaboration Tools & Tips for Education Leaders
Is #Edtech Ignoring Its Biggest Potential Market: Research?
1st Year Teacher gets his Groove on: “Welcome to the 4th Grade”! Nice!
Find Your Flipped Learning Workflow
#HigherEd Innovators Share Challenges, Ideas for the Future of Digital Learning
Computer Science Education Made Fun & Easy
WSJ’s top 10 emerging technologies of 2016
#CoolTech ! This pen makes drawings that conduct electricity
Fun Science Videos & More from ‘the Amoeba Sisters’
Eleven Reasons To Be Excited About The Future of Technology
Top #HigherEd Official Says Innovation Will Best Serve the ‘New Normal’ Students
3 reasons why AI is [an important part of] education’s future
Using Google #Expeditions in class? Reach out, share your story!
4 New Education Features from Google That Can Help Teachers
Microsoft Adds New Features to Office 365 Education
Using VR to let Pre-Service Teachers Experience Teaching