I've mentioned before that I'm a frequent fan of Free Technology For Teachers website created by Richard Byrne. Over the last several months I've been stockpiling some of my favorites and wanted to share them here with you. The thing I like the best is that they are short and easy to read, he often adds a video which highlights the best parts of hhis finds, and he just finds so many amazing things out on the internet. If you are an EdTech coach, following him is a must!
Here are a few of my favorites posts of his from the last 6 months.
A Good Place to Find Free Images and Music for Classroom Projects
How to Use Custom Fonts in Google Forms to Improve Readability
Transforming the Traditional Learning Environment with BookWidgets
My Big Playlist of Canva Tutorials
Language Arts & Geography
Geo Artwork - A Fun Game About Geography and Art
Ten Good Templates for Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts Activities
Amazing! This Interactive Story Building Lesson Still Works!
Five Google Earth Activities to Get Kids Interested in the Outdoors
Eco & Science & Math
Climate Kids Helps Kids Learn About Climate Change
A TED-Ed Lesson for Every Element on the Periodic Table
Five Fun Science Games for Kids
Five Concepts You Can Teach Through Geocaching
Science Friday is a Must-bookmark for Science Teachers
My Favorite Fall Video Project
NOAA Sea to Sky - 1000+ Resources for Science Teachers
Image from https://www.freetech4teachers.com
No comments :
Post a Comment