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 to create a Kahoot!, put Watson to use in your search for lesson plans, discover a three step plan to get your students engaged and asking questions, explore the evolving state of credentialing in higher education, check out a 7-year old girl who is creating neuroscience lectures on video, and much more!
Creating a Kahoot!
Teachers Can Now Use IBM’s Watson to Search for Free Lesson Plans
Stackable, flexible and connected options for college students
Nice! The Three-Step System For Getting Students to Do the Talking
FREE DOWNLOAD: The Chronicle’s Best Ideas for Teaching, 2017
Opinion: Fostering Social Emotional Learning in a Digital Ecosystem (yes, we need to!)
Homework That Corrects Itself: Save Time With @Kahoot! Challenges
Would Public Universities Benefit From a Central Innovation Unit?
15 Questions To Ask When Introducing New Content To Students
The seven-year-old professor! Brainy second grader schools internet users on college-level NEUROSCIENCE with brilliant videos recorded in a lab in her bedroom
Grades are for Onions, Beef, and Other Produce; Not Children
Robotics offers multiple learning experiences for students
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Exploring the Emerging use of Augmented Reality in our Classrooms: A Live Shindig Event, Friday 12/8/17 (3p EST)