Free Technology for Teachers: Generators, Animations, and Snow
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Good morning from Maine the place the wind is howling and the temperature is quickly dropping. We had deliberate to ski immediately, however the wind and ice has altered our plans. So as an alternative of snowboarding we’ll putter round the home ensuring all the things is prepared for Santa to go to tonight. I predict some cookie consuming and scorching cocoa ingesting can be in our close to future. I hope that you’ve one thing equally enjoyable and enjoyable to do immediately.
There have been two developments in my skilled life this week. First, I obtained employed to be a part-time ski instructor at our native ski mountain. I’ve all the time stated that I might like to show bodily training, that is most likely as shut as I will ever get to that. Second, this week I introduced a new online course that I will be instructing over the course of 4 weeks in January.
These had been the week’s hottest posts:
1. How a Generator Works – And Other Short Lessons About Generating Electricity
2. 17 Tools for Collaboratively Creating Mind Maps and Flowcharts
3. How to Collect Pictures Through Google Forms
4. Slideator – Add Your Voice to Almost Any Type of Slideshow
5. How to Clip Sections of Your YouTube Videos
6. Some Thoughts About AI in Education
7. Create Animations from Audio in Adobe Express
50 Tech Tuesday Suggestions!
Workshops and eBooks
- 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 Lecturers.
- My YouTube channel has greater than 44,000 subscribers watching my brief tutorial movies on a big selection of instructional expertise instruments.
- I have been Tweeting as @rmbyrne for fifteen years.
- The Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page options new and previous posts from this weblog all through the week.
- If you happen to’re interested in my life outdoors of training, you may comply with me on Strava.
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