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Free handbook

Free handbook

Richard Byrne has updated his free Practical Ed Tech Handbook for 2018. For many years, Richard has created and curated a wealth of teaching resources and made them freely available through his blog Free Technology for Teachers and other online platforms. If I was stranded on a desert island, this would be my go-to source of technology for pedagogy. It’s aimed at school teachers but meh…good pedagogical praxis is universal.

Gr8 cur8tors – sites that make you go ooh…

Gr8 cur8tors – sites that make you go ooh…

Sometimes you are told about them. Sometimes you stumble across them. However you arrive, there are some sites that seem to hold the secrets of the universe within. They frequently distract you for hours with the promise of potential purpose. So I’m going to list my favourite sites/blogs here and reduce my FOMO on vital information that could change my practice 😉 ​Free Technology for Teachers – Richard Byrne. My favourite site – full of truly useful and reviewed technology that…

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Tools, fun stuff and tips

Tools, fun stuff and tips

All our ideas – Create an online wiki survey – ask a question, seed some ideas and in a few moments you’ll have your own wiki survey. Give participants the link and they will be presented with the opportunity to vote on the seed ideas and invited to give their own ideas. Then view the results with a range of visualisations. AnswerGarden – post a question, participants post their response (up to a few words) or upvote another answer, and a word cloud…

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