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).
I hope many of you gave the flip a try on Flipped Day 2014 (Wed. Oct 1)! This week … Simulations get a little love, using robots to teach coding, a new higher ed tech Consortium, lots of tools, Social Learning theory, and several flipped class articles in celebration of Flip Day!
The way forward: Changing how we teach
Submissions Open for $100,000 in Canvas Grants from Instructure
Google Launches Drive For Education With Unlimited Storage
Professors @ U of Cincinnati flip classrooms to better students’ understanding, performance
How Simulation Games Can Teach Complex Subjects
What’s A Learning Simulation?
Our technology messages are important
Using Robots to Teach Coding
UW-Madison joins consortium to improve digital teaching & learning
4 Awesome iPad Apps to Help Kids with Their Writing
Higher education: Innovation and digital transformation (Georgetown U CIO interview)
Building a Middle School Flipped Classroom
Learning Theories: Bandura’s Social Learning Theory
12 Apps For Smarter Teacher-Parent Communication
Cell phones & other technology in the classroom distract, but also educate
Freeplay Music – Another Good Place to Find Music for Multimedia Projects
Video: How do I use Evernote on my iPad in my class?
Related Posts (if the above topic is of interest, you might want to check these out):
The Benefits of Learning-by-Doing With Business Simulation Games
5 Tips for Using Google Apps on an iPad
Peer Instruction and Flipped Learning – Perfect Together!