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 Wrap includes … resources for using YouTube as an instructional aid more effectively, Google drawing templates, ebooks full of lesson ideas for the iPad equipped classroom, a few resources reflecting on the “Hour of Code”, a fun tool for creating “playing” or “trading” cards for historical or fictional characters, and more. It starts with a review of a book that I definitely want to read!
“Outstanding new book provides a road map for truly effective teaching with technology”
25 Of The Best Resources For Teaching With YouTube
How 3-D Printing Will Change Education
Resources & Strategies for Flipping Music Class
Learning Is The Ultimate Disruption
The Role of Literacy in Deeper Learning
New report explores use of digital games in classrooms during learning process
Google Drawings – 20 Useful Classroom Templates
Why is choosing the right technology such a challenge for education?
Tell Your Story Gives Teachers a New Digital Learning Tool to Support Self-Directed Prof Dev
Ebooks of Lesson Ideas for iPad Apps in the Classroom
Instructors on Integrating a “Flipped Classroom” Teaching Style
2 Good Sites and 2 Good iPad Apps to Virtually Explore Chemical Reactions
Why we need to start teaching code in our primary schools
19 Reading Response Questions That Work With Most Texts
Create Trading Cards for Fictional and Historical Characters
The Shifting Landscape of Apple Vs. Chromebook in Education Market
Rethinking Low Completion Rates in MOOCs (not all who start plan to finish)
The Big Picture Of Education Technology: The Padagogy Wheel