Free Technology for Schools

A collaborative blog to help teachers, school leaders and administrators make the most of free technology

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Posts by Free Technology for Schools

Where should schools spend their money?

In the current economic climate this question has been more pertinent than ever when it comes to a school's investment in ICT and technology. If […]

The crystal ball

Can you  remember what technology was available as a teacher 5 years ago? If you had to develop a 5 year ICT investment plan, would you have […]

Unleashing the power of the cloud

Six years ago after being given my first USB drive by my school, I marvelled at a device the size of a key that could […]

Free LE vs VLE

Schools can no longer get away with being a run down building with a boiler room that Geordie Laforge can barely keep running, with teachers […]

Tech for Africa

53. That is how many used plastic bags I guessed it would take to make a village football, a simple toy made by stuffing used […]

Training on the train: 3 useful tools for professional development

Professional development  for teachers should be an ongoing continuous activity and many teachers take a proactive approach, however there are some teachers who think of […]

When I wish upon a wall: A guide to using Padlet

This week I would like to review an excellent tool called padlet (formerly known as Wallwisher). It is a great and easy to use tool for collecting […]

Remember everything: Using Evernote in education

Evernote is one of those apps that once you use it you wonder how you ever lived without it. I first discovered it in Argentina […]

Would you like to guest blog?

In mid-January I started the blog freetechforschools.com to try and keep track of and share with the global teaching community all the amazing free products […]

Using the Google Drive app on the ipad to create student portfolios

I'm a little bit busy this week to write a full post so I have decided to do a repost instead. It would have been […]

Adopting a bring your own device policy

For cash strapped schools, a bring your own device (BYOD) policy if implemented correctly can greatly improve ICT provision and coverage with a minimal budget […]

Using Twitter and Paperli to give students a weekly learning summary

Screenshot of the Edutech Review A little while ago, I wrote about how using Twitter and Paperli, you can develop a visually appealing way of […]

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