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Your EdTech Weekend: Call Me Maybe, A New TED Talk, & Kid-Friendly Content

Jayne Miller wrote this on Oct 16, 2015

 

Our weekly picks are all over the place - in a good way. We promise. We've got some heavy-hitting stuff on personalized learning from the Hechinger Report. (And if you're into that sort of thing, can't recommend their blended learning newsletter enough.) We also enjoyed a nice read from Kids Discover on creating content that students will want to share.

Also, famous person Carly Rae Jepsen recorded a very viral song in 2012. This week, EdSurge compares the popularity of Call Me Maybe, and subsequent variations, to the innovator's mindset. Read it. It's good.

And on that note: call us crazy - but here are our weekly picks - read 'em, maybe. (That was terrible. We're sorry. Stories below.)

Meet three schools that will use technology to personalize learning. What will they learn?| The Hechinger Report

The Innovator's Mindset: What We Can Learn from Carly Rae Jepsen and the Harvard Baseball Team | EdSurge

Creating Content That Kids Will Want to Share | Kids Discover

Reimagining Classrooms: Teachers as Learners and Students as Leaders | TEDx Talks

'Double-Dipping' With MOOCs | Inside Higher Ed

Top 10 Chrome Extensions for Teachers | Chalkup

10 Most Engaging Uses of Tech Integration | InformED

Younger Students Drawn to Online Higher Education | U.S. News and World Report Education


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Topics: Weekly Roundup