Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers.
Well, here we are … December. A month of holidays and good cheer, and hopefully some rest for many of us. Of course, we start with a couple tough weeks to start off for many higher ed students and teachers as we work to wrap up a semester with the best outcomes. Take a break and explore a fresh look at “21st Century Learning”, examine different perspectives of the future of learning, learn how Minecraft and duct tape wallets are paving the way for the jobs skills your students will need, or read and watch a great video about developing a culture of innovation in Argentina's schools, or consider how the value of education is infinite …
Reading @AngelaMaiers Classroom Habitudes. Awesome approach to “21st century learning”!
Interesting: How To Get Students To Stop Using Their Cellphones In Class
Future of Learning Series Wrap-Up: 8 Takes on How Tech Is Impacting Education
Great piece on #Snapchat: Why Your Kids Love Snapchat, and Why You Should Let Them
How to craft a learner-centered classroom focused on curriculum & technology
Love creative tools like these! ToonSpaghetti Teaches Kids to Make Movies on iPads
Insights into revised version of No Child Left Behind (the “Every Student Succeed Act”)
RT @gcaserotti: How Minecraft & Duct Tape Wallets Prepare Kids for Jobs That Don’t Exist Yet
#FlipClass model can “benefit any teacher who … spends a large amount of the class lecturing”
Growing push to expose more students to computer science
Argentina’s Plan to Grow a Culture of Innovation From the Classroom Up
The Value Of Education = Infinity!
Great Guide to Selecting a #3DPrinter from 3dhub.com
New measurements promote efficacy of personalized learning
Dated Thinking: 3 Crucial Ideas That Schools Continue To Struggle With
“Just like companies tell their stories … school leaders should do the same” – Tech-Savvy Admin