Space for Risk / Personalized Learning Shifts / Learning Oracy

Space for Risk

Creating Space for Risk – By redefining failure as part of learning, we give children choices to take risks, opportunities to excel, and the support to grow into their potential. @mthornton78 @edutopia @irasocol @PeacefulSmile @PassmanACPS

Four Big Shifts That Can Personalize the Learning Journey – What needs to happen to move your school or district toward an effective implementation of personalized learning? @EdSurge @DrKatrinaKeene @engageducate

Your child may need this skill as much as literacy and numeracy. Do you know what oracy is? @wef @ProfeEdTech @ims_smith @TeachSDGs

Social/Mobile Media Education

25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do – Your eyes will be opened when you see what’s possible, and you will see that this list can go far. @ShakeUpLearning @s_bearden

Learning

Ten Self-Evaluation Tips for Technology Instructional Specialists – These look like good tips for everyone. @TechMadHatter @edutopia @Edulastic

Leadership/Parenting

When Administrators Keep Teaching – Teaching keeps school leaders connected to students and other teachers and lets them feel the effects of their own decisions. Even if you can teach on a regular basis guest lessons are a good idea. @tweenteacher @edutopia @chi_molecule @TheresaJHall

Inspirational/Funny Tweets

Believe Your Potential

@LollyDaskal

Humor, Music, Cool Stuff

How to survive a plane crash – This short [6:21] animation is informative. See if your students/kids can guess what to do before you show this. @TheInfoShow

Recent Book Summaries, Original Work, and Guest Posts

Future Driven

Future Driven: Will Your Students Thrive In An Unpredictable World? by David Geurin encourages teachers to look to the future as they design lessons to excite their students.

For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood…and the Rest of Y’all Too by Christopher Emdin

How To Bake ∏: An Edible Exploration of the Mathematics of Mathematics by Eugenia Cheng

If Supporting Student Passion Is So Important, What Do We Do If They Don’t Have Any? This is my latest guest post for Charles Carpenter. @DrDougGreen

You, Your Child, and School: Navigate Your Way to the Best Education by Sir Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica

Save These Fun Indoor Activities for a Rainy Day by Charles Carpenter

How luck Happens: Using the Science of Luck to Transform Work, Love, and Life by Janice Kaplan and Barnaby Marsh

Peer Feedback in the Classroom: Empowering Students to be the Experts by Starr Sackstein

Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom by Shelly Sanchez Terrell

Check out my tes author page. @DrDougGreen @tesusa

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