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 … a college president makes the case for dual enrollment and early college programs (we’re a fan at CW!), millions of free (and ad-free) vids for education, some cool things you can do with a Google Docs by knowing some tricks you can do with URL formatting, explore essential elements for building a successful 1:1 teaching environment, learn how one school is benefitting students by teaching coding in early grades, and more to explore!
Dual enrollment and early college are essential ingredients to college completion
Taking a look into the future: Fulton schools add 3 new tech courses, focus on ‘collaborative culture’
Boclips – Millions of Ad-free Educational Videos
Sparking Curiosity in the Humanities: Data Visualization
Looking to Improve Students’ Mental Health? Ask What They Need
7 Smart Ways To Teach With Your Blog
Transform a Google document’s shareable link into a Preview, Copy, Template, or PDF link by tweaking the URL. tonyv.me/urltricks
New Data on Digital Learning Reveals Emerging Trends and Top Challenges for K–12 Students and Teachers
Early coding can greatly benefit students–here’s how one school does it
Educators and Artificial Intelligence: “Err on the Side of Caution,” Says RAND Researcher
Essential elements for building a 1:1 teaching environment