You'll find everything in the comment below, as usual!
Lindsey: "If teachers can't incorporate digital tools appropriately there's little capacity for technology to amplify." http://theatln.tc/1FuK4b8 #632RU
Beth: Will technology replace teachers? No, but... #632RU http://bit.ly/1JKL38l
Jane: Here is link to a warehouse of great tech tools on Edutopia http://edut.to/1UiyU0n #632RU
Devyn: Great video that relates to our "Connected Learning" piece from this week. http://bit.ly/1qZwu8j @Cindy_OA #632RU @Sugatam
Developing countries are trying to get tech to their students. Applications for our own low-income areas? http://ow.ly/RyALN #632RU
Tara Arntsen describes how she uses cellphones in her classrooms with the app, Kahoot! @GetKahoot @TESOL_Assn #632RU http://bit.ly/1KTACjD
“I share therefore I am” - implications of our addiction to technology. How does this affect students’ SEL? #632RU http://bit.ly/1JwYrxG
bit.ly/1LIXGEN Cool case study on the WWE teen-community&the academically-relevant skills required of fans #632RU
#632RU I think this is a good tool for teachers to use in their classroom to discuss how not to use social media. http://www.ted.com/talks/monica_lewinsky_the_price_of_shame?language=en …
#632RU Many people I know would enjoy this read. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2015/09/classroom_assignments_fail_to_meet_common_core_higher_bar_study.html?cmp=soc-edit-tw …
Really cool example of how technology can inspire change: http://connectedlearning.tv/case-studies/harry-potter-alliance-connecting-fan-interests-and-civic-action … #632RU
Hopefully, it's the most elegant assignment ever. Here's what you'll do:
1. Depending on the week, follow a blog or explore a site related to digital teaching and learning.
2. Then, every week by Tuesday at noon, post a tweet that:
Here's a sample tweet I wrote:
Ck out http://connectedlearning.tv featuring research, resources, case studies, webinars, and all things related to connected learning #632RU
3. You will sign up to be the round-up curator once during the semester. By Wednesday at noon of the week you sign up for, you'll use the hashtag #632RU to round up everyone's tweets, then copy and paste them into the comments section of that week's blog post.
If this experiment goes the way I hope it will, by the end of the semester, we'll have several weeks' worth of curated materials to use for our own personal edification and as resources beyond this class.