Free Technology for Educators: Presentations, Apps, and Adventure


Good morning from Maine. Yesterday’s blizzard covered the ground with about eight inches of fluffy snow. Everyone in my house is so excited to go play in it! We are going skiing!

Earlier this week my eldest daughter’s school was closed for the day so we had a little father-daughter day where we explored the beach. If you haven’t taken a winter’s day exploring the beach, do. We found all kinds of seashells and driftwood.

I hope you had a great week and have a great weekend!

These were the most popular posts of the week:

1. 27 Google Drive tips and tricks

2. Dozens of PowerPoint tips and tricks

3. Dozens of Google Slides tutorials

4. Three ways to create your own mobile app

5. Why should you clean your phone

6. Adventure Education Tools – A new open source educational resource

7. Students can create their own video games with Construct 3

Workshops and e-books

If you would like to have me speak at your school or conference, please send me an email at richardburn (at) freetech4teachers.com or Fill out the form on this page. Book me for this school year and I will include copies of my e-book for all teachers at your school.

50 Tech Tips Tuesday!

50 Tech Tips Tuesday is an eBook I created with busy technical educators, technology integrators, and media professionals in mind. In it you’ll find 50 ideas and tutorials that you can use as a basis for your own short professional development sessions. Get a copy today!

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