I share a lot of posts from Free Tech for Teachers because 1) I love new technology! and 2) Richard Byrne always has awesome things to share. Sometimes I find lots of his posts open as tabs on my browser, and instead of sharing them in separate posts, I throw ‘em all together. Here are my latest favorites:
This is one of the first compelling uses I’ve seen of Prezi, though I’m still underwhelmed by the software.
Ok, world-shaker, now I am convinced I’m the female you… I like Prezi, but have also felt underwhelmed by it. My laptop trackpad also really hated using it. Recently, one of the teachers in my school had her students make Prezis, and I’m interested to see how that turned out.
I definitely need to see more examples like this with Prezi. I feel it’s pretty easy to turn it into a flashy Powerpoint.
Also, I'm convinced you may be the female me. Maybe with fewer pictures of baby animals.
Thanks for the wildly generous compliment! I feel very lucky to be working with you (and the others) involved with Team Teachers. Also, I may be the female you… the baby animals thing can be easily fixed.
Who I am: A fourth year high school history teacher at an urban(ish) high school in New Jersey.
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