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

The joys of seeing an ex-student succeed.

I received a message from an ex-student, Marco, a few weeks ago asking me to check out his new app. I was pleasantly surprised as […]

Welcome to the land of Maths worksheets

Although I tend to focus on and review websites and apps that encourage new ways of learning and increase collaboration, occasionally I stumble across a […]

Automate this

If there is one thing I love about the summer holidays it is having the time to catch up on some recreational reading. The first […]

2 safe ways to download Youtube videos for free

This is a guest post from Deepak Soni at Drypin.  There are two free ways to download videos from YouTube and other video sites like dailymotion, […]

Share resources quickly and easily

Taught it is a great new site for sharing any resource quickly and easily. Without signing up you can share resources with the click of a […]

Quick Key

Quick Key is a fantastic app for the iphone which eliminates hand grading of tests and quizzes. It turns the iphone into a hand scanner […]

Get a free Kindle book on Amazon

You need to get in quick for this offer. I only found out about it today and it expires tomorrow (20th September). You can get […]

An easy way to embed videos without Youtube

Here's a little known trick for video sharing using Google Drive. If you have a video you want to share but don't particularly want to […]

Learning with the kids

Last week we finally had enough students sign up for our Codecademy club meaning it can now run as an after school club. Only one […]

Apps for Creativity and imagination

I stumbled across this today and thought it was worth reposting. http://www.techlearning.com/news-and-trends/0061/apps-for-creativity-and-imagination/54141 This post originally appeared on Free Technology for Schools www.freetechforschools.com

Kodu

Have you heard about Kodu. I haven't tried it myself but I've been hearing a lot about it recently. Kodu is a free program you can […]

Gimme S'more

I was very excited to road test a new tool today live in my lesson using a combination of paid and free technology. My school […]

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