Free Technology for Teachers: Ziplet

Ziplet is a service for gathering feedback from your students in a variety of ways. The simplest way is to create an exit...

A handy hidden shortcut for taking control in Chrome on Android

One of the absolute worst parts about browsing this dusty ol' web of ours is when you innocently open up some site —...

Free Technology for Teachers: Great Reads from Great Places

Great Reads from Great Places is an interactive map produced by the Library of Congress for the National Book Festival. The purpose of...

An Idea for Using Padlet for Self Reflection in K-2

I get a lot of questions sent to me throughout the week. Some of them are very specific and the answers only apply...

What the iPhone 13 and iPad mini mean for the enterprise

Apple’s 77-minute iPhone 13 event wasn’t the longest such launch in recent memory – the iPhone 7 reveal  took 119 minutes. But the company’s...

Free Technology for Teachers: Influenza Archives

Monday's featured artifact on Today's Document from the National Archives was "Nurse wearing a mask as protection against influenza. September 13, 1918." As...

Zoom talks up a video-centric workplace

Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic last year, and the necessary uptake in video collaboration, Zoom has become the go-to video answer...

It’s the Last Year for Weebly for Education

More than a decade ago Weebly was one of the first DIY website builders that recommended to teachers. I helped countless teachers and...

A Good Explanation of the Slippery Slope Fallacy

About a month ago I published a collection of resources for teaching students about logical fallacies and cognitive biases. Since then TED-Ed published...

Five Fun Breakout Games for Online and In-person Classrooms

Disclosure: Breakout EDU is an advertiser on FreeTech4Teachers.com. Like a lot of teachers, one of my biggest challenges last year was building a sense...

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