Free Technology for Teachers: Contests, Maps, and Drawings
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Good morning from Maine the place regular winter climate has returned. It is chilly and clear as I prepare to move out to our native ski space. Final weekend it was heat sufficient that my household went snowboarding at some point and rode our bikes exterior the subsequent. This weekend we’ll be sticking to the snow sports activities. I hope that you’ve got one thing equally enjoyable deliberate on your weekend.
This week a bunch of individuals registered for my new course on creating and selling digital products. If you happen to’re inquisitive about becoming a member of the course, there is still time to register.
These had been the week’s hottest posts:
1. StudentCam 2023 – Only Three Weeks Left
2. A Cool Tool for Uncluttering and Saving Online Articles
3. How to Include Google Maps in Your Google Documents and Canva Documents
4. How to Sort Google Sheets and Forms Entries in Reverse Chronological Order
5. How to Create Map Overlays
6. Two Ways to Create Short Audio Recordings to Share via QR Code
7. How to Spell “No One” and Other Fun Lessons from Drawings Of…
Workshops and eBooks
50 Tech Tuesday Suggestions!
- The Practical Ed Tech Newsletter comes out each Sunday night/ Monday morning. It options my favourite tip of the week and the week’s hottest posts from Free Expertise for Academics.
- My YouTube channel has greater than 44,000 subscribers watching my quick tutorial movies on a wide selection of instructional know-how instruments.
- I have been Tweeting as @rmbyrne for fifteen years.
- I replace my LinkedIn profile a time or two each week.
- The Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page options new and outdated posts from this weblog all through the week.
- If you happen to’re interested by my life exterior of schooling, you’ll be able to comply with me on Strava.
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