Wow. I must have about 50 tweets saved from last week that seemed “10-worthy.” Whittling it down has been tough. A lot of these great tweets came from AuthorSpeak, the conference held in Indianapolis last week featuring 99 education authors speaking about education reform. Ah, to have been there. I mean, take a look at some of these great names:

Thanks @tomwhitby for sharing that. Those are names that everyone needs to follow….

Sorry, I drifted off there for a minute imagining @engaginged being on a list like that someday. Better get on with The 10–ten great resources & articles shared last week via twitter. Check it out:

QR Codes, Prezi, and Angry Birds (Oh My!)  (via @jenniferlagarde)

Visualize Text with WordSift (via @mrplough07)

10 Reasons Non-Readers Don’t Read–and How to Change Their Minds (via @scholastic @Michelle_Horst)

10 Things Your Grandmother Can Teach You About Social Media (via @socialmedia2day @s_bearden)

10 Ways Google Recommends You Stay Safe Online (via @edudemic @virtual_teach)

Redefining Our Value (via @willrich45 @MrWejr)

A Teacher’s Guide to Web 2.0 at School (via @sachac @msnoor28 @ICTmagic)

Tales of Things: QR Codes in Education (via @markbrumley @dakotasmbtx)

10 Ways to Create a Culture of Thinking (via @whatedsaid)

Khan Academy Does Not Constitute a Revolution, But I’ll Tell You What Does (via @reeducate  @bhsprincipal)

Some common themes seem to emerge, mostly my apparent love of the number 10. It was the number I sported during my 3 year varsity baseball career at ol’ Central High School (.211 lifetime average). Coincidence? One can only postulate. See you next week!

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