Every month I make a short list highlighting my choices of the best resources I shared through Twitter, but didn’t necessarily include them in posts here on my blog.

I’ve already shared in earlier posts this month several new resources I found on Twitter — and where I gave credit to those from whom I learned about them.  Those are not included again in this post.

If you don’t use Twitter, you can also check-out all of my “tweets” on my Twitter profile page or subscribe to their RSS feed.

Here are my picks for August’s Best Tweets (not listed in any order):

10 Stunning Structures Most Often Overlooked

10 Fascinating Last Pictures Taken

Da Vinci’s lion springs to life: Using original plans by Leonardo da Vinci, his life-like lion is built in this video.

Tons of examples and templates for Web Inquiry Projects (thanks to Web20Classroom)

Glossary of Education Related Terms (thanks to Web20Classroom)

“Top 10 Apologies” TIME Mag. slideshow, from Plato to Mark Sanford

“Top 10 Famous Mysterious Monsters” TIME Mag. slideshow

How The Average U.S. Consumer Spends Their Paycheck Infographic

Lots of rubric resources

Seven video editing applications (Thanks to Kevin Hodgson)

Well-done interactive showing the quantity of fossil fuels needed for items on dinner plate

Corporal Punishment In Schools, NY Times infographic showing which states allow it & who uses it most

Infographic showing items you eat & what exercise you have to do to work off their calories

CriticalThinking.org – The Foundation for Critical Thinking (Thanks to C Hollingsworth)

How to make a Youtube interactive video (Thanks to Russel Tarr)

“I Learned It At The movies” very interesting research piece on how teachers can use film effectively

LabWrite is a pretty impressive site for science (Thanks to Lucy Gray)

“10 best science museums on the web” (Thanks to pdonaghy)

“Five Reasons to Stop Saying ‘Good Job!’”
from Alfie Kohn

The Best Science Visualization Videos of 2009 (Thanks to Diana Dell)

“AfriGadget: Solving Everyday Problems with African Ingenuity” looks like neat place to learn about Africa.