Explicit Instruction / Disruptive AR / Teach What You Want to See

Explicit Instruction
Explainer: what is explicit instruction and how does it help children learn? Explicit instruction is a term that summarises a type of teaching in which lessons are designed and delivered to novices to help them develop readily-available background knowledge on a particular topic. @Shutterstock @ConversationEDU @RickettsKate @greg_ashman

Beyond gaming, these are six potentially disruptive uses of augmented reality. It is a combination of real and virtual (computer generated) worlds that superimpose real-world elements like text, images, and sound. @vaibhavshah18 @jlubinsky

Student Behavior
The Importance of Teaching the Behaviors You Want to See – Telling doesn’t work. Lectures create distance. Complaining doesn’t empower anyone. @getwhatugive @DavidGeurin

Social/Mobile Media Education

Nine Good Educational Apps Free Today- Grab Them – The collection includes language learning apps, news apps, arts apps, photo editing apps, music apps, educational games. @medkh9 @mskiwifruit


What Are The Health Benefits Of Pilates? If you are facing any problem and looking for some effective way to get better relief, then Pilates courses are one of the best alternatives for you to get a fit body and have a healthy life. @iFrugalFitness @BootstrapsBiz


Beware of Bias and Value Variability As You Promote Persistence. Grit, or more broadly the ability to sustain effort through difficulty, is critical to career and life success. But promoting it thoughtfully is a challenge. @tvanderark @Getting_Smart @ziegeran

Inspirational/Funny Tweets

Influencer @BruceVH

Humor, Music, Cool Stuff

This Inexplicable Rubik’s Cube Magic Trick Will Blow Your Mind. Can you or your kids figure out how he did it? @JukinMedia

Recent Book Summaries, Original Work, and Guest Posts

Leadership Mindswith

The Leadership Mind Switch: Rethinking How We Lead In the New World of Work by D. A. Benton and Kylie Wright-Ford

Wise Guy: Lessons From a Life by Guy Kawasaki

From Teacher to Leader: Finding Your Way as a First-Time Leader—Without Losing Your Mind by Starr Sackstein

Being Digital 23 Years Later by Nicholas Negroponte

The Formula: The Universal Laws of Success by Albert-László Barabási

Should We Be Teaching Optimism? by Dr. Doug Green

Token Ideas for Guest Speakers by Jenna Smith – If you need a high quality plaque check out EDCO Awards and Specialties.

Get It Done: The 21-day Mind Hack System to Double Your Productivity and Finish What You Start by Michael Mackintosh

All Children, Including Those with Learning Disabilities, Benefit from the Arts by Lillian Brooks

Seven Things That Can Spoil Your Relationship with the Students by Kate Khom

Hacking Project-Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom by Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy

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