Good afternoon from the FreeTech4Teachers.com World Headquarters in Maine. This week I had the privilege to once again present at the NCTIES Conference. If you are in the greater North Carolina area, the NCTIES conference is one that you don’t want to miss. Everyone there knows how to have fun while sharing and learning from each other. As you can see in the picture to the left, everyone shares powerstrips too.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Great Tools for Informal Assessment
2. Two Tools for Turning Outlines Into Mind Maps
3. Frequently Overlooked Google Search Tools and Strategies
4. 75 Practical Ed Tech Tips Videos
5. How to Search for Publicly Shared Google Documents
6. 5 TED-Ed Lessons on How the Human Body Works
7. Insert Graphs and Equations Into Google Docs and Forms
Registration is open for the spring and summer sections of my popular online courses Getting Going With GAFE and Blogs & Social Media for Teachers and School Leaders. Graduate credits are available for both courses. People who are subscribed to the PracticalEdTech.com newsletter receive a discount on registration.
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Practical Ed Tech is the brand through which I offer PD webinars.
BoomWriter provides a fantastic tool for creating writing lessons.
Storyboard That is my go-to tool for creating storyboards and cartoon stories.
Versal is a great tool for building interactive online course components.
MidWest Teachers Institute offers online graduate courses for teachers.
PresentationTube provides a good way to use PowerPoint to create flipped lessons.
Discovery Education & Wilkes University offer online courses for earning Master’s degrees in Instructional Media.
MasteryConnect provides a network for teachers to share and discover Common Core assessments.
The University of Maryland Baltimore County offers graduate programs for teachers.
Boise State University offers a 100% online program in educational technology.
EdTechTeacher is hosting host workshops in six cities in the U.S. in the summer.
SeeSaw is a great iPad app for creating digital portfolios.
This post originally appeared on Free Technology for Teachers if you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission.
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