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 … several stories about schools sharing tech and innovation at school fairs and in other longer impact ways, classroom management tips from Vicki Davis, a new podcasting tool, powerful simulation and visualization tech in medical schools, a 16 year old student is using machine learning and computer vision to improve spinal surgery… 
3 Simple Habits to Improve Critical Thinking (good for students, teachers, everyone!)
Free ebook from @coolcatteacher! 22 Classroom Management Tips
A festival of technical: St. Joseph’s student tech fest puts coding, robotics on display
Soundtrap for Storytellers, New Podcast Creation Tool Launches Globally – Powerful, All-in-One Solution Enhances Student Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication and Collaboration (looks interesting!)
PopUp Science spreading around the globe
Journeys Toward Modern Learning
University Medical Center’s “iEXCEL” program employs real-life visualization and simulation technology to educate students in the healthcare industry 

iEXCEL Revolutionizes Healthcare Education through Immersive Technology

Animas High School students strut their science prowess
16-Year-Old Engineer Works to Improve Spinal Surgery Using Machine Learning and Computer Vision

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