All in one spot


Regular Bring IT, Together conference goers will recognize the name Richard Byrne. He was a keynote speaker a couple of years ago.

BTW, this year’s registration is now open. Early bird discount is currently in effect.

Annually, Richard has written and maintained a free ebook that he calls the Practical Ed Tech Handbook. At 42 pages, it weighs in with lots of links and ideas for using technology in the classroom.

It most definitely is worth the download and sharing the link to educators in your school. If you’re feeling stuck with regularly used technology and are looking for something new, Richard has put it all together in one spot.

You can get your free copy of the 2019-20 Practical Ed Tech Handbook right here as a PDF or here as a Google Doc.

Check out the table of contents – there definitely is something here for everyone. Whether you need inspiration or are just looking for some reinforcement, download and check it out.

Introduction
1. Communication with students and parents – page 5
2. Web search strategies – page 11
3. Digital citizenship –  page 18
4. Video creation and flipped lessons – page 21
5. Audio recording and publishing – page 30
6. Backchannels & informal assessment – page 32
7. Digital portfolios – page 36
8. Augmented and Virtual Reality – page 38
9. Learning to Program – page 40 

OTR Links 09/25/2019


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