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 … instilling grit through flipped learning, strategies to promote curiosity in learning (such a vital element of the effort to encourage students to take ownership of their learning!), learn how to create your own Google Expeditions, explore the “Periodic Table” of Virtual and Augmented Reality apps (be sure to click through to explore the ThingLink based image), can blockchain be used to connect students and teachwers without the intermediary costs?, and more to explore!
How Flipping the Classroom can Instill Grit in Generation Z Learners
Add Live Polls and Q&A to Your PowerPoint Slides
10 Strategies To Promote Curiosity In Learning
Amazon is quietly becoming its own university
F-L-I-P Training Series Pt. 2: Flexible Environment & Learning Culture
Create Your Own Google Expeditions
Interesting chart of the Bias-leanings of dozens of news sources
Education And A Tech Workforce Need Collaboration To Thrive
Trump’s Vision for Vocational Education Gets a Tepid Reception
Higher ed IT experts point to security breaches as ‘inevitable' — EDUCAUSE report
Can ODEM use blockchain technology to connect teachers with students without the intermediary costs?
Periodic table of Apps for #AR and #VR by ICTEvangelist