Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers.
I took the last week off to chill with my extended family at the beach, so this week's Tweet Wrap is smaller than most (but I dipped heavily into posts scheduled for today to flesh things out!). Nevertheless, plenty of cool things here to check out, like a great site focused on integrating AR & VR in education, several pieces on evolving approaches to grades and outcomes in K-12 and higher ed, watch a mobile 3D printer that can print a building (no, not a teaching topic per se, but we know 3D printing is opening up a lot of fun possibilities and projects in our schools), and more!
Great site focused on Virtual and Augmented Reality in education
Aligning the 10 building blocks for future ready schools
3 Ways To Hack Classroom Presentations W/ James Sturtevant & @coolcatteacher
Could Georgia Tech Use Online to Shave Time Off Bachelor’s Degrees?
Yes, you can actually learn in your sleep, study finds
Focusing on Mastery Over Marks
Sony Develops #Blockchain System for Education for Authentication, Sharing, Rights Mgmt
Mobile system can 3D print a building. 🏢
Audit: NYC schools spend $2.78B on contracts w/ NO COMPETITIVE BIDS
A New Kind of Classroom: No Grades, No Failing, No Hurry