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Saturday, October 6, 2018

YouTube, Math, and Media - The Week in Review

Good evening from Maine where I was home for the day before having to fly back to Florida tomorrow morning. Next week I'll be finishing up my third week working with the awesome teachers at Sigsbee Charter School in Key West. If you would like to have me work with your school this year, please send me an email at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com or click here for more information.

These were the week's most popular posts:
1. Ten Tools for Teaching With YouTube Videos
2. Virtual Dice and Random Number Generators
3. Seven Good Places to Find Writing Prompts
4. Seterra Offers Science Quiz Games in Many Languages
5. Math Playground - Hundreds of Math Games & Instructional Videos
6. Mind Over Media - New Resource for Teaching Propaganda and Media Literacy
7. A Fantastic Virtual Tour of the Houses of Parliament

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I’ve given keynotes at conferences from Australia to Alaska for groups of all sizes from 50 to 2,000+. My keynotes focus on providing teachers and school administrators with practical ways to use technology to create better learning experiences for all students. I like to shine the light on others and so I often share examples of great work done by others as well as my own. Send an email to richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com book me today.

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