Time for another installment of linky learning with assorted Edutweets from Mission to Learn. There are some really great ones this time around.
For readers who are new here, I periodically do a round-up of some of the items that have been going out over the Mission to Learn Twitter stream and try to package them up in some logical way to help make them easier to digest. I do this roughly every two weeks or so. Naturally, you can get all of this in real time if you
follow Mission to Learn on Twitter! Human Mind
47 Ways to Fine Tune Your Brain:
https://bit.ly/10nFQS See also: 5 Key Paths to Improving Memory: https://bit.ly/4lIWtR
Media multi-taskers pay mental price
https://bit.ly/16ko3N (via https://zenhabits.tumblr.com/ )
Memory improvement and learning skills. Pretty amazing site:
A Short Collection of Powerful But Under Appreciated Learning Strategies:
How Simplicity Can Help Creativity, Briefly:
https://bit.ly/6jeYE Learning Trends & Insights
Very interesting – rethinklearningnow
https://rethinklearningnow.com/ via Downes https://bit.ly/asV5d
On Zen Habits:
Education Needs to Be Turned on Its Head https://is.gd/2Ijnj
joshkaufman: Essays on the theme “school is prison”: https://su.pr/6Cn8BP & https://su.pr/9TzHAp
The Importance and Challenges of Universal Media Literacy Education:
What is the Future of Teaching?
Can a School Library Be Replaced by E-Readers? Apparently, it Can.
live2learn: Being educated is more than a diploma or a degree. 12 Things Really Educated People Know https://bit.ly/1LjvEy
10 Wishes for True Student Success from @
mayafrost – https://bit.ly/8IZTg
40 Things to Teach My Kids Before They Leave Home:
https://bit.ly/RUTiR Learning Resources
16 Great Books to Change the World
https://bit.ly/a9Iy7 (and 26 Games: https://bit.ly/jB97y )
Another winner from Zaid: The Best EDU Blogs on the Planet:
Larryferlazzo: The Best Places To Find New Educational Websites https://bit.ly/u9XN1
Larryferlazzo: Best Fun Sites You Can Use For Learning, Too — 2008 https://tinyurl.com/5cxbh2 This year’s list is coming up this month!
Larryferlazzo: “Show Me” is a great site highlighting best games from British museums https://www.show.me.uk/games/games.html
Are you missing out on these two great values?
live2learn: Great learning resource! RT @ dianadell Bet the Farm https://ow.ly/nC1N Make all key decisions as you run a farm for a year.
100 Inspirational blogs for after college life:
Nice, short video about the Big Bang:
30 High-Value Tips and Resources for Learning on the Cheap:
7 Free, Focused Resources for Learning a Little Spanish Without Signing Up –
AngelaMaiers: RT @ englishraven Place to find very best English language teaching blogs and posts – https://3.ly/yhI
Larryferlazzo: 9,000 categorized links accessible to English Language Learners https://bit.ly/lNYC6 Educational Web Apps & Tech Tools
10 Awesome Tools To Get More Out of Wikipedia:
Not sure how I never came across this before: DailyLit:
AngelaMaiers: Every TED Talk Under the Sun from @ openculture https://ow.ly/oAlQ THIS ROCKS!!! REALLY!!!! #learningmonitor
Looks like a pretty cool little tool for managing (learning?) goals:
mitzilewis: RT @ JimMacMillan Back to School: 15 Essential Web Tools for Students https://su.pr/15oMdw Learning Habits & Skills
5 Powerful Reasons to Make Reflection a Daily Learning Habit, and How to Do It:
https://bit.ly/w9vmy 7:10 AM Sep 9th from Seesmic
edbatista Thanks for the tweet on 10 sites for sharpening critical thinking skills! https://bit.ly/4f3E9F
tferriss: How to Become an Early Riser: https://su.pr/2DgJtP (and create some extra time for learning: https://bit.ly/3xhzm7 )
learninglater: DO YOU KNOW…Learning Later is a way to discover new talents and resurrect old ones? https://www.learninglater.com
Scientific Speed Reading: How to Read 300% Faster in 20 Minutes:
Learning via self experimentation:
speakamerica: What is your curiosity quotient? https://bit.ly/13JzEt
15 Ways to Find an Hour a Day of Extra Time…for Focused Learning:
10 Bona Fide Best Sites for Sharpening your Critical Thinking Skills. Grateful for a bookmark if you like it: https://bit.ly/TwbzU
5 Key Paths to Improving Memory – Part II
Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
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