Teacher Facts / Spot Fake News / Robots Teach Problem Solving

Facts

7 Facts about Teachers (Infographic) – This will tell you things like what great teachers do. @edarabia

Teachers are now showing students how to spot fake news. Start at the end where there are excellent tips for teachers. Also, note that fake news comes from both the left and the right. @AP @nypost

Can robotics teach problem solving to students? STEM expert details 4 tips for using robotics to teach students problem solving. @BethBrubaker @eschoolnews @sarahdateechur @thomascmurray

Social/Mobile Media Education

The Top 50 Social Media Influencers You Should Follow In Twitter – 2017 – If you are on Twitter you will probably find this list interesting. I do follow many. @PandianAMS @wizoid_team @GuyKawasaki

Learning

Tell Yourself You Like Your Workout, You’ll Do It More. This is a lesson in how to manipulate yourself for the better. @drake_baer @nymag @thescienceofus @mwentworth24

Leadership/Parenting

What to do if immigration officers come knocking at your door. This is advice for criminals. Next maybe we will get tips for making fake IDs. @eweise @usatoday

Inspirational/Funny Tweets

I think the best teachers have a tolerance for spontaneity & are comfortable with not controlling every aspect of the classroom. @justintarte

Humor, Music, Cool Stuff

First-Person Drone Racing Looks Absurdly Difficult. This looks like a good way to crash expensive drones. @sploid

Recent Book Summaries, Original Work, and Guest Posts

Get Better
As a teacher, it’s important to get good at what you don’t like to do. This applies to everyone, including students. Also check out my tes author page. @DrDougGreen @tesusa

Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived Life by Bill Burnett & Dave Evans

The drive to fire underperforming teachers will not improve our schools. This is my latest publication for @tesusa @DrDougGreen

Think about how to do it right, rather than do it over tesusa December 15, 2016.

Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape by Peggy Orenstein

Five ways hectically busy school leaders can stay on track – @DrDougGreen @tesusa

It’s time for an assessment revolution: give students access to the internet in exams and scrap traditional grades. @DrDougGreen @tesusa

Teaching isn’t rocket science, it’s way more complex. This is my latest and one of my best. Hope you like and share. @DrDougGreen @tesusa @davidjmarley

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