Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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    If you are a tab collector like me and like to have several tabs open simultaneously on your Chrome this little hack will definitely be of great help. I used to (and still do) rely on the services of… ….read more
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    In this post we are sharing with you two good Google apps to help your kids develop their reading skills. As we all know, reading is a fundamental literacy skill whose mastery determines, to a larger… ….read more
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    Be Internet Awesome is an excellent educational resource from Google that helps students and young learners become Internet savvy. Recently, Be Internet Awesome shared this interesting resource… ….read more
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    The popular Book Creator app has recently introduced a new interesting feature called templates to help teachers and students design professional looking books in few easy steps. There are now two… ….read more
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    Below are two educational iPad apps that are free today and only for a limited period of time. Music teachers and students will particularly find them helpful.  They can use them to read music… ….read more

Free Technology For Teachers

  • by Richard Byrne
    Every year on March 7th the National Archives Daily Document features Alexander Graham Bell's drawing for his telephone patent. Take a look at that drawing and you might start wondering, like I did a few years ago, about how many changes and improvements to that design have been made since 1876. The patent search option […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    Back when I was in high school we had to learn how to create bibliographies by working from a template that my history teacher, Mr. Diggs, provided to us. When I went to college, I referred to that template and an early version of The Student Writer to make bibliographies. Today, students have a wealth […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    The Writer's Workshop is a playlist of twenty-seven TED-Ed video lessons about writing. The The Writer's Workshop contains lessons on basic topics like how to use punctuation and point of view. It also offers videos about more difficult topics like how to make your writing humorous.A few of the videos from The Writer's Workshop playlist are embedded below.First, Second, and […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    People often get a kick out of learning that my dogs have their own email addresses. You can send them email at Mason or Fionn (at) freetech4teachers.com and they'll get back to you as soon as they learn to type.My dogs have email addresses because I conduct a lot of workshops throughout the year and […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    We're starting to see some birds returning to feeders around our house. Before too long we'll be waking up to the sounds of bird calls. Seeing the birds return reminded me of a great resource from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. That resource is the Wall of Birds. The Wall of Birds is a neat site published […]