Saturday, March 17, 2012

tweets mar 17

Kathryn Schulz (@kathrynschulz)
"The engineless hour is all but extinct": the NYT on the demise of silence, a topic dear to my [corrected link]

Harold Jarche (@hjarche)
Jobs, which can be “filled”, turn people into…

Scott Heiferman (@heif)
My favorite talk at this year's TED…@JonHaidt

ajenkins (@ajenkins)
@ewanmcintosh: Reading Design Thinking for Social Innovation | Stanford Social Innovation” - thx 4 sharing

Jen Hetzel Silbert (@jhsilbert)
Cheers to @amoshouse for trusting ppl may not want to trust, support necess to go from prostitute, drug addict to#entrepreneur #SEEE2012
@johnmaeda speaks to what matters: what's inside ourselves & what our body does w it. Ask questions to understand it deeply 

why we built it:

Anne McCrossan (@Annemcx)
RT @theplayethic Ghosting into the machine < bloody good read
this says a huge amount about

Kes Sampanthar (@KesSampanthar)
RT @TEDchris: Ugh! RT: @timoreilly A new target for tech patent trolls: cash-strapped American

Dougald Hine (@dougald)
There's now a website for our John Berger project - - join us for the next meetup on Tuesday!

sandymaxey (@sandymaxey)
What is wrong w/ Curriculum? "The point of learning is not just to know things but to be a different person" @timekord  - via grant wiggins

Clint Hamada (@chamada)
In 2007/8, non-IB student performed IB students on ISA test only in G5. #ibap
3/17/12 8:07 AM
Student from @colingally presents PYP exhibition in minecraft- @janeinjava @jacqui5p@bruceashton @theitkahuna

Béa Beste (@playDUcation)
If you think design, it might also be the design of learning experiences: 
… @Steve_Collis

Alec Couros (@courosa)
Playing around with - quite impressive as far as LMS's go. See
Slides from my keynote presentation at #ceatca last week available

Joel Levin (@MinecraftTeachr)
Great article! RT @audreywatters: MinecraftEDU: Minecraft for the

Roberto Greco (@rogre)
Prisons and schools compared:… (via @a_small_lab)…
"students…“drilled into writing” in formulaic manner between ages of 11 & 18…[left] unable to articulate their ideas…"…