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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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    Since the last Workspace updates post I shared here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning a few weeks ago, new interesting features and functionalities have been added to different… ….read more
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    The Math section in the Wide Open School features a plethora of educational resources ideal to use with students in class or in remote learning settings. These resources include  free math… ….read more
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    Google Arts & Culture is an interactive platform that explores the intersection of art and culture with history, science, and technology. The potential of Google Arts & Culture in education… ….read more
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    October is National Dyslexia Month, an occasion during which Educational Technology and Mobile Learning highlights resources and tools that educators and teachers can use to make learning more… ….read more
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    AvatarMaker is a good web tool that students can use to easily create various types of avatars. This tool which I discovered through a tweet by Noreen Dooley is featured in TCEA's ebook entitled 51… ….read more

Free Technology For Teachers

  • by Richard Byrne
    Back in July I published a series of videos and blog posts detailing what you need to know to get started using Google Classroom, Drive, Docs, Slides, and Forms in your classroom (those are linked below). Of course, Google had to make some updates to Google Forms right at the start of the new school […]
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    Last week Google Arts & Culture published a great online exhibit titled Walk the Great Wall. It's a fantastic colleciton of Street View imagery and multimedia stories about the Great Wall of China. As I wrote last week, Walk the Great Wall includes detailed imagery of the bricks of the wall, short lessons about the […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    Good morning from Vermont where in a few hours I'll be riding in my last bike race of the year, The Hibernator. I still have fitness goals to reach this (riding 7,500 miles in 2021 is the big one), but this is my last event of the year and it looks like the weather is […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    Gary Paulsen's book, Hatchet was the first book that I willingly and eagerly read from cover to cover when I was in elementary school. It filled my suburban child mind with great thoughts of adventure and a little virtual escape at a time when my own parents were going through divorce. The book meant and […]
  • by Richard Byrne
    The primary means through which I am able to keep Free Technology for Teachers going is through consulting and speaking engagements along with the sales of my live and on-demand Practical Ed Tech courses. The latest addition to my catalog of on-demand courses was made last month when I released Search Strategies Students Need to Know. […]

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