Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers.
This week … a must-have guide for selecting Apps for the classroom, a virtual time and field trip through the history of computing, learning with Legos, keys to successful blended learning, celebrating the many little things that teachers do to make school a good experience, how writing can “save 21st Century learning from itself”, and much more …
5 Big Classroom Problems You Can Solve with Technology
Explore in Google Sheets – A Helpful Data Visualization Tool for Students
Green Screen fun: Digital classrooms replace traditional learning
The History of Computing: A Virtual Field Trip – A fun @Blendspace I made!
Learning with Legos: youths build robots with popular toy
There's an app for that! Faculty Introduce Popular Paleontology Course as e-Textbook
13 Keys to Successful Blended Learning
Harvard Launches ‘Virtual Classroom' for Students Anywhere
Flipping the classroom together—from 3,000 miles away
Celebrating the small things #teachers do — little moments that make a big impact
Survey: Parents on Board with Adaptive Digital Learning
So true … Readers’ Definitions of #EdTech Buzzwords: Confusion, Skepticism Continue
“The most important element in every classroom has never changed … it’s the teacher.”
These Smart Cities Of The Future Were Designed By Smart Middle-School Students
What Pixar's ‘Inside Out' Teaches Us About The Science Of Memory
Apps in Schools Do More Than Expected
Colleges embrace the question ‘How can we do that online?'
Not your grandma’s lecture: High-tech rooms enable more ‘flipped’ courses
Writing can save 21st Century Learning from itself
A Must Have Guide on How to Evaluate Apps for The Classroom