Recordings, Whiteboards, and Snow – The Week in Review
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Today I was school vacation week here in Maine. I took most of the week off from composing brand-new blog posts. I did, nevertheless, release a few brand-new videos on my YouTube channel. The rest of the week I spent primarily tinkering around your house, riding my bike, and doing a little snowboarding. Now Im ready for school to begin once again on Monday..
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3 Easy Ways for Students to Make Short Audio Recordings – No Email Required.
Whiteboard.chat – Create Online Whiteboards You Can Share and Monitor.
A few of my Favorites – Creating Green Screen Videos.
Video – How to Annotate Your Screen in Google Meet.
10 Time-savers for G Suite for Education Users.
Some of my Favorites – Flipgrid Whiteboard.
A few of my Favorites – DIY Common Craft VideosThank you for your support!.
This week I was school getaway week here in Maine. I took most of the week off from writing new blog site posts. I did, nevertheless, publish a couple of new videos on my YouTube channel. The rest of the week I spent mainly playing around the house, riding my bike, and doing a little skiing. Those registrations help keep Free Technology for Teachers and Practical Ed Tech going.
My YouTube channel has more than 33,000 subscribers watching my short tutorial videos on a broad array of academic innovation tools..
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Great early morning from Maine where a fresh coat of snow fell last night. Its just enough to produce good sledding and snowboarding, however not a lot that its a pain to clear from the walkways and driveway..
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