Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Free Technology For Teachers

  • by Richard Byrne
    Type Studio is a new video editing tool. When I used it for the first time yesterday I actually said aloud, "Whoa! That's Awesome!" What made me say that was using the editor to clip a section of video. With video editing tools you have to drag and select a section to delete it or […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    For as long as I can remember I've enjoyed looking at maps. Whether it's a standard Mercator projection printed on paper or a digital map, looking at maps sparks curiosity in my brain. I'm certain that's why I always enjoyed teaching geography and why I spend so much time today teaching others how to use […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    Yesterday morning I published a list of my recommended tools for creating multimedia timelines. Padlet is one of the tools that I included in that list. The timeline templates are relatively new in Padlet so I decided to make a short video tutorial on how to use them. One of the things that I like […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    As some of you know I'm an avid cyclist (6300 miles last year) and occasional runner (mostly when I've lost my mind). I keep track of all of my activities in Strava. The other day I was on my bike when I got the idea to create a Strava club for teachers who are interested […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    ReadWorks is a non-profit service that I've been recommending for years. It is a free service that provides high-quality fiction and non-fiction articles and lesson plans for K-12 ELA teachers. Every article on ReadWorks is accompanied by a Lexile score and a suggested grade level. Any article that you select will also be accompanied by […]