This week’s collection of inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets about education and instructional technology articles, resources, etc.
(Originally posted on Twitter by @EmergingEdTech over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers).
This week’s Tweet Wrap features Plickers, a new Flipped Chemistry Community, the power of Social Learning, an interview I did recently, loads of great resources, various news items worth sharing, and a couple good reality checks from Hack Education’s Audrey Watters. Enjoy!
Funny yet wise – Douglas Adams' rules that describe our reaction to tech
(Never Heard of this before!) Three Ideas for Using PLICKERS In the Classroom
Best Apps for Teaching & Learning 2014 from AASL (American Assoc of School Librarians)
A must read: The Dangerous Politics of #EdTech (BTW, K12 seems to suck, people should know):
21st Century EduTech: An Insightful Discussion with Kelly Walsh
Flipped Chemistry Launches Its Online Community
Pearson Launches Competency-Based Education Framework and Readiness Assessment
Using K-W-L Method to Help Ensure Content Engagement in #FlippedLearning
25 Great ‘#ISTE2014 Resources' via @MaryAnnRankin
2010-2011 Ed-Tech Startups: Where Are They Now (Updated)
FCC moves forward with E-Rate reforms!
Would Graduate School Work Better if You Never Graduated From It?
‘Cyberarts’: Technology pushes art education forward
Online University Courses Have Growing Pains, But Are Supported By Secular Trends
Flipped/Mastery Educational Model: Student Impressions #Video
Connected Learning: The Power Of Social Learning Models
Related Posts (if the above topic is of interest, you might want to check these out):
Education Technology Thought Leader Interview – “Cool Cat Teacher” Vicki Davis
7 Essential Techniques to Increase Engagement and Enhance Online Learning Outcomes
3 Minute Teaching With Tech Tutorial – Using TedEd for Flipped or Blended Learning Lessons