QR Codes, Music, and CoRubrics – The Month in Review

Good evening from Maine where I’m home after a great few days at the LACUE conference in New Orleans. November was a busy month as I hosted three professional development courses through Practical Ed Tech and was a featured presenter at two conferences. Thank you to everyone who participated in one of my courses or came to my conference presentations this month. I’m looking forward to meeting and working with more of you in 2019. If you’d like to have me come to your school in 2019, please send me a note at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com

As I do every month, I have compiled a list of the most popular posts of the last thirty days.

These were the the most popular posts in November:
1. CoRubrics – An Add-on to Facilitate Assessment Among Students
2. Change Coming to Your Google Account’s Sign-in Screen
3. 5 Good Places to Find Public Domain Video Clips
4. How to Create a QR Code for a Voice Recording
5. Five Places to Find Free Music and Sounds for Multimedia Projects
6. Edji – A Great Tool for Literacy and Critical Thinking
7. Is Your Feedback Really Effective? – This Google Docs Add-on Will Tell You
8. Supercharge Student Self-Editing Skills with this Writing Checker for Google Docs
9. Build a Body – An Interactive Biology Lesson
10. Nearly 900 Free Art History Books – And an Art Lesson

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