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 ... the “Global Day of Design” happens this Wednesday, the NY Times is spot-on with their feedback on the fallacy of Cuomo's “free” tuition program (this hits close to home for me, living, teaching and working in NY state), we have a couple pieces related to innovation in education, chemistry teachers should appreciate the Periodic Table of Ted Ed Element Lessons, in Ireland they've launched a genuine Blockchain-powered learning platform (geared towards working professionals), a University Business piece reminds us of the need to help our colleagues steer clear of the ‘cyberbait', and more to explore!
The “Global Day of Design” is coming, May 4 … “A 24-hour design event inspiring students to create, make, and build.”
PROVING #EDTECH EFFECTIVENESS: Research Guidance for Ed-Tech Industry Updated on Usage, Other Criteria for ESSA Evidence Levels
Reflecting on Innovation in Education: From Pockets of Innovation to Systems of Inspired Learning
Lots of good ideas and observations here … A Silicon Valley ‘Evangelist' Who Doesn't Bash Higher Ed
The Cuomo College Fiasco “Donald Trump sets the bar very high, but the award for the worst public policy idea of the year goes to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo”
“RocketBook” – a powerful digital-enabled writable notebook
Teach your college to ignore the cyberbait
2018 McGraw Prize Honors Three Innovators in Education at ASU GSV Summit
Dubai launches blockchain-powered decentralised learning platform for digital skill development
TED-Ed Lessons About Every Element on the Periodic Table