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 our Twitter post compendium … students need digital literacy training in order to make the most of mobile learning, getting students to read feedback by ‘delaying the grade', do “tech fasts” help or hinder?, some thoughts on how to make the evolving world of microcredentials truly matter, student engagement is vital but student empowerment is even better, explore 18 different video creation tools and 6 different types of video projects, and much more to enjoy in this week's synopsis.
NMC report: Digital Literacy Training Improves Mobile Learning Outcomes
Simpleshow Foundation Seeks Volunteers to Help Educate Through Video
#FlippedLearning Has Revitalized My Career & Changed my Outlook
RT @mraspinall: Delaying the Grade: How to Get Students to Read Feedback
Surprised it took Apple so long to add a native QR code reader
The Distracted Classroom: Do Tech Fasts Work?
Why Flipped Learning has Got me Excited (11 Things I Didn't I Know)
How to Make Micro-Credentials Matter
Making The Shift from Student Engagement to Student Empowerment
Six Types of Classroom Video Projects – And 18 Video Creation Tools
CIO* details pros and cons of IoT's growing campus presence
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