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 … inspiration, ideas, and ingenuity: change up those linear lessons to give students more choice (and encourage them to take more ownership of their learning), help for students planning video projects, a podcast discussing how to triumph in the struggle to teach, a great set of articles and videos exploring women's history organized by grade level, an “app lesson” linking math and weather, a look at how innovation in your classroom can decrease the need for classroom management with Dr. George Couros, and much more!
Planning Your Video Project – A Guide for Students
Let’s Get Digital: The Serious Side of Gaming
Making Lessons Non-Linear In 5 Minutes-ish
New Title Reveals How to Maximize Student Growth Using Readily Available Digital Tools
Innovation is how we attract change – that’s what a university is all about – K Burak
Worried about Students Searching the Web Safely? 8 Safe Search Engines for Kids
Personalized Learning in Practice: How a Risk-Taker Tailored Learning in Her District
How to Triumph Amidst the Struggle to Teach
Women's History Month – K-12th Grade Articles and Videos
“The more innovative I have become, the less classroom management I have to deal with”
App Lesson links Math and Weather
3 tech hacks that help universities cut costs (not students)
If You’re Serious About Designing #Edtech Solutions, Start With the Learners
Announcing the FLN Podcast: Ask the #FlippedLearning Network!