The 2021-22 edition of The Practical Ed Tech Handbook is a 75 page PDF that features Richard Byrne’s favorite tools, tips, and strategies for using a wide variety of educational technology tools in your classroom. It can be found at https://practicaledtech.com/free-handbook/
Tiny Tap is a free web service that lets you create web-based educational games or borrow from a gallery of teacher made educational and share them with students, including embedding them in Canvas if you want. Consider checking out Byrne’s post describing the service at https://www.freetech4teachers.com/2021/11/tinytap-create-your-own-educational.html
Josh Sowash’s October newsletter included
- Matt Miller has a collection of mock social media templates to use with students. see https://ditchthattextbook.com/social-media-templates/
- Google has created a new teacher guide to introduce educators to their collection of historical and cultural artifacts. see https://blog.google/outreach-initiatives/arts-culture/teaching-google-arts-culture
- Every October, Google compiles search data on the most popular Halloween costumes. Use their FrightGeist website for a data assignment in your math, statistics, or computer application course. see https://frightgeist.withgoogle.com/
- e-Comments is an extension that helps provide another way to add pre-written comments into Google Docs, Slides, etc.