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 in the wrap … check out “Matheatre” – a unique approach that a couple teachers took to making math and science a lot of fun, dig into a rich set of reflective activities, consider this: is the “two hour rule” still realistic?, read a teacher's reflection on what happened when she stepped aside and became a facilitator, Michael King provides a an in-depth look at AI and shares early uses in higher education, and there is plenty more to explore … enjoy.
Reading New Report “Future Forward: The Next Twenty Years of Higher Education”
“Matheatre” – A cure for the tedious science or math class!
Technology Moves to the Head of the 21st Century Classroom https://www.technologyreview.com/s/608774/technology-moves-to-the-head-of-the-21st-century-classroom/
These Hands-On Learning Startups Want Your Kid (or Students) To Be The Next Zuckerberg
15 Reflection Strategies To Help Students Retain What You Just Taught Them
Is This Video Collaboration App a Model for the Emerging Anywhere, Anytime Classroom?
Increasing equity through educational technology
Thinking Project Based Learning With The Buck Institute & @coolcatteacher
The AI Revolution on Campus
For This Lesson, I Stepped Aside To Become A Facilitator Of Learning
Naked in the Garden: Privacy and the Next Generation Digital Learning Environment
Questioning the Two-Hour Rule for Studying
4 Reasons to Use Kids Discover Online for Inquiry-Based Learning
Why Flip Your Class?