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).
A deluge of great content this week, as many of us start or really dig into a new school year! Greats tools and tips, along with a look at Apple Watch, what Apple didn’t announce, the potential of blended learning to improve outcomes while lowering costs, a study indicating that minority students benefit from active learning, using tech to support at-risk students, and more, more, more!
Common Core Quest – Practice Quizzes and Video Lessons on ELA & Math Standards
Using Technology to Support At-Risk Students’ Learning
Taking Classroom Tech Use to the Next Level: Specific Traits to Look For
Note Taking Skills for 21st Century Students
Apple Watch: Coming to a Classroom Near You?
A Tutorial For Google Drive In The Classroom
Lesson Plans and a Road Map for Teaching Search Strategies
Want more time for Project Based Learning in the Classroom? Flip it!
Apple Didn’t Announce Any Of These Ideas For Your Classroom
The H&R Block Budget Challenge: Giving Away Scholarships as Kids Learn Financial Literacy
3 Ways Colleges Use Snapchat (Yes, Snapchat)
Survey: 9 in 10 Students Say Tablets Will Change How They Learn
Study shows minority students benefit from active classes
4 Ways to Transform Student Projects with ThingLink for Video
Blended learning may help reduce cost of education while delivering ++ results
Related Posts (if the above topic is of interest, you might want to check these out):
7 Excellent Free Blended Learning Resources – Understanding the Whys and Hows of Mixed Mode Instruction
Apple TV In The Classroom – The New Smart Board
10 Reasons Why Schools Should Be Teaching Financial Literacy To Our Kids