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 … learn how Pittsburgh's Remake Learning effort was influenced by Fred Rogers and how it is spreading to other cities, explore a rich set of student motivation resources from Larry Ferlazzo, a school district is cutting out librarians, check out 13 book report alternatives, and more!
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I wish all educators regularly explored student motivation! RT @Larryferlazzo: A Collection Of My Best Resources On Student Motivation
A painful outgrowth of the move to digital, or a misguided effort to save $$? Monroe School District cutting out librarians
Why Google Maps—not Netflix or Amazon—Points to the Future of Education ( there are different ways to get “there”, w/”there” being solutions to some of education's woes)
Making his own way: ASU student receives NSF grant for research on maker education
Telemedicine and virtual reality tools enable high-level training while preparing providers for the future of care delivery
If You Really Want to Change School, You Need to Change the Lens
Learning music or speaking another language leads to more efficient brains
Textbook Authors Are Suing The “Netflix-For-Textbooks” Subscription Business Cengage
How AR and VR Can Inspire Innovation—and Boost College and Career Readiness
13 Book Report Alternatives (by @finleyt):