Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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    One of the key strengths of learning technologies and more specifically assistive technologies is that they help students with disabilities tap into their full potential and provide inclusive… ….read more
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    Google Docs has a cool feature called Citations which allows you to easily add citations and generate bibliographies for your documents. Students can use Docs citation to add in-text references in… ….read more
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    Immersive Reader is an excellent learning tool from Microsoft that helps students of all ages and skills develop their reading. Immersive Reader provides a wide variety of features to enhance… ….read more
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    Google Docs has this excellent feature called 'Compare Document' which allows users to compare documents with a single click. As a teacher, you can use this feature to "to compare essays and track… ….read more
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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

Free Technology For Teachers

  • by Richard Byrne
    Disclosure: TeacherMade is an advertiser on FreeTech4Teachers.comAs I wrote last week, TeacherMade recently introduced a bunch of new features for turning your PDFs and Word documents into online activities for your students. When I looked at the list of new features the two that stood out to me were adding audio to PDFs and integrating […]
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    This Tool Will Help You Improve Your Critical Thinking is a new TED-Ed lesson that provides viewers with an introduction to the Socratic method. The video has two main purposes. The first is to explain what the Socratic method is. The second is to explain a bit of Socrates' place in history. The video's explanation […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    I've been using Canva to make all kinds of graphics and presentations almost since the day it was first available to the public. Over the years I've used to make greeting cards, videos, infographics, presentations, posters, timelines, comics, and many other graphics. And, at one point or another in the last five years, I've made […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    The next session of my popular Teaching History With Technology course begins tomorrow. There is still time to register right here.¬†There are ten big topics that will be covered in the course. All of the lessons in the course can be applied to elementary, middle, and high school settings.These are the ten big topics in […]
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    I originally shared this video on my Ed Tech Fitness blog. The reaction there has been good so I thought that I should give it a bigger audience by posting it on Free Technology for Teachers.¬†Outdoor Bingo is exactly what the name implies. Kids are given Bingo boards that have things like leaves, squirrels, worms, […]