Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Around the Web Wednesday!

It's the Middle of the Week!
Do you know what that means?
Today is Around the Web Wednesday!
Check out the Project Tomorrow Blog each Wednesday for our Around the Web Series 
There are so many exciting topics and discussions taking place in education right now. Read up on all the latest news below! Be sure to tell us what article intrigued you the most.

Don't forget to vote for Julie Evans' panel at the SXSWEdu conference! There are only a few more days left to vote, and we could use your support! Click the webtile below for more information. Voting ends September 6th!

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Registration for Speak Up 2013 is live! Register your school or district today!

Friday is "National Flipped Day!" For more information, visit this link: http://thejournal.com/articles/2013/09/03/national-flipped-day-encourages-flipping-classrooms-with-free-lessons.aspx

Teachers, "Flip" your classroom on Friday, September 6th, and tell us about your experience on our Speak Up surveys, which begin October 2nd! Don't know what flipped learning is? Check out our blog post detailing it here!

Happy Reading!

- The Project Tomorrow team

Around the Web Wednesday
1. National Flipped Learning Day: Read it here!
2. Memorable Experiences in Science/Math: Read it here!
3. Virtual Education on the Rise: Read it here!
4. Blended Classrooms: Read it here!
5. More technology in Michigan schools: Read it here!
6. A Girl's Camp Focusing on STEM: Read it here!
7. College Affordability: Read it here!
8. Secretary of Education & Founder of Khan Academy Connecting Through Google+: Read it here!
9. FirstEnergy Education Grants: Read it here! 
10. Parents' Views on the Quality of Education in the US: Read it here!