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 couple articles exploring emerging blockchain technology as it relates to education, 9 unsettling ‘elephants' in the worldwide classroom that is education, helping students search more effectively, why are students so hesitant to ask questions?, peering into the future and considering a world where “learning is earning”, and a throwback … a great article from 2014 that explores tech integration tips from award winning teachers. Enjoy all that and much more!
Excellent intro. to blockchain tech for education from @audreywatters
12 Things That Will Disappear From Classrooms In Next 12 Years (let's hope)
All Project-Based Learning is Not Created Equal: What Works?
Collaborating with RealtimeBoard
3 Ways to Transform #EdTech Prof Dev By Involving Students!
MT @bennettscience: Why are students so hesitant to ask questions?
20 Ideas to Promote More Creativity in Your Classroom
A bunch of great educational-ish iPad apps for kids
15 Technology Integration Secrets from Award Winning Teachers
Windows 10 “Anniversary Update” to make a big push for Education
Five strategies that help students conduct better informational searches
Nice visual from Rutgers: Diff between Virtual & Augmented Reality
Google aims for one million digital learners
How a Wi-Fi on wheels program is conquering the #HomeworkGap
For neuroscientist, learning how exercise affects brain has been life-changing experience
54 Flipped Classroom Tools For Teachers And Students
9 Unsettling ‘Elephants' in Schools (@willrich45) No 4: Assessing Wrong
Certificates, Reputation, and the Blockchain
Students #3Dprinting local history: technology, pedagogy, & inspiration in Vermont
A few things I learned about virtual reality after spending way too much time in it
Ss Who Take Career, Tech Education More Likely to Graduate, Be Employed
Who knows how this will play out, but fascinating idea: “Learning is Earning” (video)