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 … Ramsey Musallam explains how to spark curiosity by curating just the right portion of a video clip, research shows that drawing can be the fastest and most effective form of learning, exploring purposely not using digital tech in classrooms with very young students, Workday is trying to disrupt the SIS game in higher ed, there’s a growing trend called ‘work colleges’, and more to explore!
Editing Videos for Involuntary Curiosity: 3 Chemistry Examples
Struggling to learn: Brain science reveals why some kids learn differently
Can work colleges help solve the student debt crisis?
Drawing Is the Fastest, Most Effective Way to Learn, According to New Research
Is Your Feedback Really Effective? – This Google Docs Add-on Will Tell You
How disconnecting from digital pressures can boost learning
The Future Of Learning? Well, It’s Personal
From Trial to Scale – How One District Is Using Technology to Eliminate Inequities
Is Summit Learning giving Personalized Learning a band name? Students protest Zuckerberg-backed digital learning program and ask him: ‘What gives you this right?’
I agree with limiting use of tech in early grades, like as these Indian schools are doing:
Most Parents Are Not Involved Enough in Their Child’s Reading Education, Survey Says
Innovation and Disruption Within Student Information Systems: Questions and answers with Workday’s Liz Dietz