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 … check out an instant translator (how might instant translation impact how we teach, especially if we teach languages?), any schools jumping on a major digital learning initiative would do well to review this list of 10 challenges and how to overcome them, are administrators ready to give computer science it’s due?, a fun game for physics and general science teachers to check out, a look at the combined Gates Foundation and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and more to explore!
Wanted: Visionary Research to Accelerate Gains in Education
Baidu shows off its instant pocket translator
Principals Warm Up to Computer Science, Despite Obstacles
Love a good Bot Battle! Computer Science Students Battle Robots at their Final Exam
McGraw-Hill Education Delivers New Game-Based Learning Simulations in Higher Education Course Materials
Will Europe’s Looming Tech (Privacy) Rules Prove to Be a Template for the World?
How To Overcome 10 Digital Learning Challenges
A Fun Game for Learning About Physics
Report: Use adaptive, personalized learning to cultivate successful workforce
7 Strategies I Use When Students Make Apps (Or Do Any Genius Projects)
4 Reasons: Why are video lectures shorter than live lectures?
4 Ways Colleges Are Embracing Virtual Reality