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 … consider how podcasting can build skills for students, consider a free antivirus app to increase your security (too many don’t pay enough attention to this until their personal information and security is violated … be proactive!), if you’re using Chromebooks in your classroom there’s a new podcast focused on that, check out the fun, customizable “maker” card game Jackie Gerstein shares on TeachThought.com, and for anyone in the midwestern US (or anyone willing to travel further), there’s a very affordable flipped and blended learning conference coming your way in June. Plus more to explore in this week’s Tweet Wrap!
A Simple Guide to Podcasting in the Classroom
5 Ways To Supercharge Your 3D Printing Program
Blockchain can increase online trust of higher ed systems
How to Enhance Your Cyber Security with Free Antivirus Apps
Announcing the Illinois Flipped & Blended Learning Conference Coming in June
Text2VoiceOver – Type to Create Video Voice Over Files
Cool! A Card Game To Personalize Via Maker Learning!
Things to Do During Data Privacy Month
This Short Video Shows Just How Much Software Has “Eaten the World”
Edtech Developers, Please Leave The Pedagogy To Teachers
2017 Global Student Conference “STEM + Entrepreneurship” – Call for Proposals
EDUCAUSE: The top 10 IT issues, trends and technologies of 2017
Education technology should complement a learning strategy, not dictate it
Program empowers girls with engineering techniques, skills
Now Available: The Chromebook Classroom Podcast