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 I was a little less active with social media than usual since the week started with a holiday, but we still have plenty of fun and informative content to share. Explore the main precepts of Digital Citizenship, promote critical thinking with team-building games, check out some podcasts your students might like (just don't tell them they're educational ), read about a fun makerspace program for kindergartners, join us every other Tuesday for a flipped learning SlackChat, and more!
Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship
How To Design A Wikipedia Writing & Research Assignment
Digital is the plumbing; ‘One to the World’ is the vision
How do I collect data that I can be confident reflects the effectiveness of #FlippedLearning?
8 terrific learning podcasts for students
“Education is no longer a one time event.” Employees struggle to keep up w/rapidly evolving tech
How Two Millennials Are Using Technology To Help Students Set Their Own Pace For Success
Video game class introduces young girls to a potential future in science http://wtop.com/education/2017/07/video-game-class-girls-science/
Kids become builders, engineers in MakerSpace program
Digital technology in schools ‘as important' as English and math
Take a break from traditional classroom work and promote critical thinking with team-building games
And last but not least … for those of you who are flipping their classrooms and courses, or interested in doing so, the Flipped Learning Network will be hosting a “Slackchat” every other Tuesday at 9 PM EST! Click on over and learn more!