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 lot of content this week making the case for transforming the “same old, same old” classroom and lecture by leveraging technology, and ideas for getting there. The topic was notably prominent in the media this week. Also this week … a reflection on 4 years of running a 1:1 iPad program, 27 ideas for using class time in the Flipped Classroom, tools to help students see and hear web pages, and more!
Transforming the Lecture Space
CC News: Let’s change the internet. – Creative Commons
#Awesome #Teacher building a brighter future for Guatemala's kids
Report: Students Lack Wireless Access to #DigitalLearning Resources at School
Teachers dive deep into digital Pond
5 Tools That Can Help Students See and Hear the Content of Webpages
“Lack of internet access affects everything related to providing students w/a quality education”
Google: more than 40 million actively using Google Apps for Education, rolls out upgrade
Education ‘Most Progressive’ in Race to Digital Maturity, but Faces Greatest Challenge
HS students are sitting passively & listening during approx 90% of their classes (#LAME)
Funding the Shift to #DigitalLearning: 3 Strategies for Funding Sustainable High-Access Environments
Research supports UNC's move to flipped classrooms
Wikipedia, a Professor's Best Friend
27 Ideas for Structuring Your Flipped Class Time
Franklin Academy 1:1 iPad Initiative: A Four Year Study & Review
Related Posts (if the above topic is of interest, you might want to check these out):
The Growing Use of Collaborative Classroom Spaces in Higher Education
PowToon – a Powerful Free Tool for Creating Awesome Animated Presentations
Apple TV In The Classroom – The New Smart Board