Free technology for teachers: bikes, bubbles and forms

Good evening from Maine where the sun is going down in June. Despite having a bit of bad weather to start the month, we’re ending up with a great stretch of warm and sunny weather that’s perfect for playing outside. I hope you had a great month!

This month I organized my Teaching History with Technology course. In July and August I am hosting another series of practical ad tech webinars. You can learn more about them and register here.

As I do at the end of each month, I walk through my Google Analytics account to find the ten most popular posts from the last thirty days. Take a look and see there are some interesting things you missed in June.

This month’s most popular post was:

1. World Bicycle Day Lessons
2. Tool for collecting asynchronous stories
3. Five great chrome extensions for teachers
4. 45 canvas tutorials for teachers and students
5. A TED-Ed lesson for each component in the periodic table
6. Videos for teaching and learning about Memorial Day
7. Here are five ways to work with PDF in Google Drive
8. Two ways to quickly turn text into video
9. Unprepared Bubbles – Another fun summer science lesson
10. New Google Form Customization Options

July and August webinars!
Starting July I have been hosting a series of seven practical ad tech webinars. You can register for one or all seven of them. Read about them here or follow the links below to register

Other places to follow me:

  • The Practical Ad Tech Newsletter comes out every Sunday evening / Monday morning. It contains my favorite tip of the week and the most popular posts of free technology week for teachers
  • My YouTube channel has over 41,000 subscribers watching my short tutorial videos in a wide array of educational technology tools.
  • I’m tweeting as @ Arambirn For fifteen years.
  • The Free Technology Facebook page for teachers has new and old posts from this blog throughout the week.
  • If you are interested in my life outside of education, you can follow me on Instagram or Strava.

This post originally appeared on Used without permission if viewed elsewhere. Sites that steal my (Richard Byrne’s) work include Icons Daily and Daily Dose. Featured image by Richard Byrne.

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