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, going #edtech cost-effectively with tips for creating affordable maker spaces and a step-by-step guide to building an awesome light board (a see-thru board you can use to make ‘hi tech’ lesson videos) for under $100!, a ‘Storified’ collection of teacher’s Tweets about Haiku Deck, different ways that students can tell stories using digital maps, tips for using tech to make Faculty Development more accessible (and provide exposure and experience to useful tech tools in the process), and a $1 Million Teacher prize just waiting for the right recipient (applications close Friday the 14th though!). Enjoy!
A Step-by-Step Guide to ‘Untethered’ Faculty Development
So True! (I get stumped often! “Intuitive”, my *ss!): Everyone Is A Novice With Technology
Get your #makerspace on educators … it’s probably easier (and less costly) than you think!
5 student opinions about higher education you should know
How to Flip Your Class for Students with Little Access To Technology
If You Like It Then You Better Put a (Digital) Badge on It
Haiku Deck in the Classroom: Tweets from teachers using #HaikuDeck in Class
Musical Raspberry Pi inventor named UK’s most promising young tech entrepreneur
Interesting: The Student Blockchain Revolution Playbook
How to Make a Lightboard for < $100 (Step-by-Step, Illustrated)
Educators ‘Hungry’ for Digital Course Materials
Five Ways to Create a State of Flow in the Classroom
5 Types of Stories Students Can Tell With Digital Maps
$1 Million Global Teacher Prize applications open through Oct 14