Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here to share with our blog readers.
This week in the wrap … are voice assistants like Alexa a beneficial classroom tool or an invasion of student privacy? A start up app is disrupting digital distraction in the classroom (note: we used a similar tool at my school called NetSupport School … I'm a fan), parents at one school that has gone heavily digital are starting their own school based on a more classical approach, steps one college is taking to connect with the ‘iPhone' generation, and more to explore (although admittedly, this week's wrap is a touch light due to the shortened holiday week)!
How Faculty Can ‘Click’ Their Way to a More Inclusive Classroom
Voice Assistants in the Classroom: Useful Tool or Privacy Problem?
Here’s how mixed reality is already changing teaching and learning
Bridging the Experiential Learning Gap With Mobile
Parents dissatisfied with “Digital Learning Culture” at local middle school planning to start a “classical” school of their own
How This EdTech Startup Helps Teachers Solve The Digital Distraction Problem
Palm Springs district trains students to be ‘cyber champions'
How colleges are reaching ‘generation iPhone'