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 move away from the focus on grades and acceptance of competency based transcripts is gaining some major momentum, review a handful of best practices for getting the most out of digital learning investments, college presidents and provosts would do well to have a student tutor help them understand their schools from the student perspective, taking career and technical education more seriously, and more to explore!
Will Letter Grades Survive?
How to do micro-credentialing and digital badging the right way
Q: Who Is Responsible for Teaching College Students About Cybersecurity? A: At many school, no one really is (yet)
Over 20 advocacy groups complain to FTC that YouTube is violating children’s privacy law
With Changing Students and Times, Colleges Are Going Back to School
Student tutors may be solution for Presidents, Provosts wishing to enhance understanding of digital pedagogy & learning experiences of Ss, instructional initiatives of faculty
Middle & High School Students “Making History” With 3D Printing
I’m an Active Teacher/Professor. Period.
Study examines ROI for highered institutions looking to implement high quality digital learning to achieve impact at a larger scale, shares best practices
With our shortage of skilled workers, career and technical education is ready to be taken seriously
Don’t just talk about tech: How ‘personalized learning’ advocates are honing their messaging