Coffeechug Tweets of Knowledge!

Just wanted to compile so very interesting reads and articles about education, intelligence, and creativity from my Twitter feed in case you don’t have Twitter(in which you are missing out big time!) or just missed them along the way. 

Enjoy!

LOVE THIS ARTICLE! Project Based Learning: Put Students at Center Stage – AskteacherZ: Inspirational Educationhttp://askteacherz.com/1/post/2012/12/project-based-learning-put-students-at-center-stage.html 

Eracism Project – Eracism Project Bloghttp://www.eracismproject.org/1/post/2012/12/december-19th-2012.html 

All the 2012 Best-of Reading Lists, Together at Last | Brain Pickingshttp://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/12/19/all-the-2012-best-of-reading-lists-together-at-last/  via @brainpicker

10 books we loved in 2012 http://usat.ly/REjr0C  via @USATODAY

35 of the best productivity and lifehack apps of 2012 http://tnw.to/d0TRh via @TNWapps

Biggest intelligence test exposes the limits of IQ | Science Museum Blog http://sciencemuseumdiscovery.com/blogs/insight/biggest-intelligence-test-exposes-the-limits-of-iq/  via@sciencemuseum

Creative Educator – How Do You Know and Why is it Important?http://shar.es/h4NyQ  via @sharethis

Why Students Won’t Collaborate http://edut.to/ZgA4Tk  via @edutopia

Via @MindShiftKQED: Why Nate Silver Can Save Math Education in America | http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/12/why-nate-silver-can-save-math-education-in-america/ 

Snapshot of a Deeper Learning Classroom: Aligning TED Talks to the Four Cs http://edut.to/UoNCEq  via @edutopia

Neil deGrasse Tyson Offers Advice on How to Be Yourself and Achieve Your Own Greatness | Open Culturehttp://www.openculture.com/2012/12/neil_degrasse_tyson_offers_advice_on_how_to_be_yourself_and_achieving_your_own_greatness.html 

Lesson Planning and the Common Core: A Unit Based on http://TED.com http://edut.to/MKqNfX  via @edutopia

Keith Yamashita: The 3 Habits of Great Creative Teamshttp://99u.com/videos/7264/Keith-Yamashita-The-3-Habits-of-Great-Creative-Teams  via @99u

if you truly want to be great, you have to develop your own unique method of getting unstuck —Keith Yamashita

The Common Core standards are supposed to be about bigger ideas and fewer of them? http://dangerouslyirrelevant.org/2012/12/the-common-core-standards-are-supposed-to-be-about-bigger-ideas-and-fewer-of-them.html  via@mcleod

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