First Quantum Computer / Hawaiian Dream Job / China’s High-Speed Rails

Free Resources for Busy Parents and Educators Who Don’t Have as Much Time to Read and Surf as I Do

The Twitter names next to each link belong to the authors, publications, and the people who bring them to my attention.

Quantum Computer
IBM’s first ‘retail’ quantum computer is headed to the Cleveland Clinic. The new tech could help with breakthroughs in genomics, single-cell transcriptomic, and population health. It’s not exactly a desktop, but this seems like really big news. @eightiethmnt @engadget

Hawaiian Dream Job
Hawaiian Dream Job – I’ve been to Hawaii and it is paradise. If you are looking for a teaching job give them a try. @HIDOE808 WEducationWeek


Here’s The Shocking Extent To Which China Has Out-Built Every Country In The World In High-Speed Rail. If you think the US can keep up with China you need to watch this. It’s an amazing eye-opener. @TheB1M

Public WiFi

Social Media/Artificial Intelligence

This Is What Hackers See When You Use The Public WiFi. Here is more detail from INC Magazine. @mattlinkert_ @anitacampbell @INC

Learning

To Scale: The Solar System – On a dry lakebed in Nevada, a group of friends builds the first scale model of the solar system with complete planetary orbits: a true illustration of our place in the universe. If you make the Earth your kids can do this in your neighborhood. Here is another scale model. @ramseymeyer @MarkRober

Cardboard Speed Challenge

Leadership/Parenting

The Cardboard Speed Challenge – From grocery garbage to shipping leftovers, there is cardboard surrounding us. Show us your cardboard creations (including corrugated, singly-ply tagboard, paper rolls, and more) for a chance to win a digital gift card in the Cardboard Speed Challenge. @askinstructable @instructables @rmbyrne

Inspirational/Funny Tweets

What Life's about@Imported_Fun @BMediaLLC

Humor, Music, Cool Stuff

Paul McCartney demonstrates the Mellotron. This 1960s instrument was ahead of it’s time. @motormouthmusic

Jooble

Recent Book Summaries & My Podcast

Where Good Ideas Come From

Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation by Steven Johnson

Cup of Joe
Listine to Dr. Doug on the “Cup of Joe” podcast. I recorded it last week. On it, I talk about the many good things I have seen in schools doing hybrid teaching. @PodcastCupOfJoe @DrDougGreen @BrainAwakes

Grasp: The Science of Transforming How We Learn by Sanjay Sarma with Luke Yoquinto

The Hype Machine: How Social Media Disrupts Our Elections, Out Economy, and Our Health and How We Must Adapt by Sinan Aral @SINANARAL

Back to School COVID Myths – It’s popular to say that hybrid learning is negatively impacting poor students who generally attend schools with lots of discipline issues. Is it possible that some poor kids who make a serious effort to learn aren’t the big winners? There may be stresses at home, but not many bullies. @DrDougGreen @mssackstein

This is my podcast on the Jabbedu Network. Please consider listening and buying my book Teaching Isn’t Rocket Science, It’s Way More Complex. Here’s a free executive summary. @jabbedu @DrDougGreen

Weird: The Power of Being an Outsider in an Insider World by Olga Khazan

The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win by Maria Konnikova

Boys and Sex: Young Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent, and Navigating the New Masculinity by Peggy Orenstein

Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves (the book can be found here)

Upstream: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen by Dan Heath

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