[NOTE TO IAT: Date this post for Feb 12. Also, WordPress.com does not allow embedding from STORIFY so the actual transcript cannot be viewed on this blog — it should view just fine when you copy the embed code)]]
Yesterday, SIGML (a worldwide advocate for mobile learning that promotes meaningful integration of mobile devices in learning and teaching – @SIGML) and Verizon Innovative Learning Schools partnered for a series of tweetchats geared at highlighting their joint initiative in expanding the use of technology to engage teachers and students in STEM education.
SIGML (who owns and moderates the ever-popular #SIGML tweetchat on mobile learning, produced a full day of hour-long tweetchats covering an extensive array of subjects including: mobile apps, special education and mobile learning, social media in schools, using mobile for a flipped classroom, game based learning, gamification, coding and the maker movement. It was a buffet of ideas, debates and highly targeted, useful information for all who participated.
If you missed the chat, you can read the transcript and highlights below (generously provided by the team at SIGML). There’s something here for everyone so enjoy the read and share anything that resonates with you.
A big thank you to SIGML and Verizon Innovative Learning Schools for providing the edtech and STEM education community a platform for engagement and conversation through this tweetchat series!