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 … George Couros reminds us that in the classroom (and in life) a small change can make a big difference, we have a cool set of AR and VR stories and developments to check out, read about the nontraditional pathways that are an evolving aspect of the world of higher education, explore a fun free tool for making a simple game built around a timeline, are you using FlipGrid (we're starting to experiment with it)?, look at the latest additions to a framework designed to help educators make good edtech selections, and more to explore!
Small Change, Big Difference
How to Create a Simple Timeline-based Game
3 Nontraditional Pathways Taking Over
#HigherEd (“taking over” is a stretch, but …)
These are the 5 teams advancing to final rounds of the Global Learning XPrize
Join @ken_bauer & @RobertTalbert for AskTheFLN Podcast Ep. 7 as they discuss flippedlearning & highered
“Courseware in Context Framework” Gets Update, New Features
USC partners w/ tech firm to research #edtech using wearables and machine learning technologies
What It’s Like to Teach & Lead in 2017 (Hint: It’s Exhausting)
University of Calgary Teaching Academy does “Open Classroom Week”
@hiphughes discusses approaches to engaging, effective #flippedlearning w/@coolcatteacher
“Flipgrid = 100% Engagement” Starting to learn about Flipgrid. Have you used it?
Student-centered Learning Reflects Science of Learning for All Youth
This Year’s Awesome Virtual & Augmented Reality Stories From Across the Web
Thanks ShoutAbout for #9 spot in “50 Teacher Blogs for Professional Tips …” list!