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 … fun ideas and tools for introducing coding to students, a new study finds lots of challenges with personalized learning (and some modest gains), it is a sad state of affairs but I realized I've more than doubled the entire number of posts about cybersecurity here on this site in just these last 7 months, teaching with AR (instead of cadavers!), some of the worst advice you'll ever get as a teacher, and much more!
Coding for Kids — How to Get Started
5 Simple Ways to Improve Teacher Professional Development
BEWARE Travelers: Hackers using hotel Wi-Fi to spy on guests, steal data
Why K-12 IT departments deserve a seat at the strategic planning table
Personalized Learning: Modest Gains, Big Challenges, RAND Study Finds (sign up req to read)
Finding Your Happy Place Along the Problematic ‘Personalized Learning’ Continuum
The Virtual Lab Advantage in Higher Ed
Technology in the classroom is vital for future careers
Screencastify Premium = Easy, affordable screencasting on Chromebooks
Sadly, I've been compelled to publish more #cybercrime posts this yr than [all of] 2011 – 2016 combined!
The Universal Translator Is Real and Its Name Is Sigmo!
Medical school teaching anatomy w/Microsoft's Hololens AR, not cadavers
Well said (as usual :)) @gcouros: Some of the Worst Advice You'll Ever Get as an Educator
Win 2 Annual OLC Memberships In the #SummerOfCollaboration Giveaway
5 pillars for campus-wide student success
The Best Source Of Education Research Should Be Your Classroom