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 “Shark Tank” approach to rethinking education, incorporating essential 21st century skills into a lecture-based course, is the traditional lecture dead?, questions to guide your Project Based Learning efforts, explore the evolving relationship of AV solutions for the classroom with networking infrastructure (i.e. the “digital canvas”), and as always … there's plenty more to explore in this week's wrap!
5 Pitches to Rethink Education From The Chronicle’s 3rd Annual Version of ‘Shark Tank’
#Flippedlearning can boost K12 student outcomes & engagement if properly used
Integrating 21st-Century Workplace Skills into Lecture-Based Courses
The dawning of the “digital canvas” in
IoT “Takes Control” in
#HigherEd: Delivers benefits, but security concerns persist
Love this! Combines PBL, STEM, lifeskills: Cooking spills over into math, science lessons
The Traditional Lecture Is Dead. (I Would Know—I’m a Professor)
A Grading Journey of Epic Proportions (Part 1)
‘I Won’t Give Up’: How First-Generation Students See College
How a Virtual Education is Creating New Opportunities For K-12 Students
A Flexible, Interoperable Digital Learning Platform: Are We There Yet?
How IBM, @GirlsWhoCode partnered to advance opportunities for girls
7 Questions To Guide Your PBL Implementation Plan