Free Technology for Teachers: Menus, Maps, and Broadcasts
Good morning from western Maine where the warm weather is supposed to returned after a couple of cold and rainy days. We’re planning to have fun enjoying the warm weather with a trip to Storyland! My kids love going there because of all of the kid-friendly rides. I love going there because it reminds me of happy childhood memories and I love watching my kids have fun making memories of their own. How much fun do we have there? My five-year-old yelled, “I’m living my best life!” while riding a rollercoaster at Storyland last summer. I hope that you have something as equally fun to do this weekend. These were the week’s most popular posts:
1. Add Dropdown Menus Into Sentences In Google Docs
2. New Google Docs Features You Might Have Missed
3. An Interactive Map of the Roman Empire
4. A Cool Lesson for a Hot Spring Day – How the Popsicle Was Invented
5. The National Archives to Host Online Professional Development This Summer
6. TARA – A Planning Tool for New and Veteran Teachers
7. Broadcast Google Slides Directly to Your Students’ Computers
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This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission. Sites that steal my (Richard Byrne’s) work include Icons Daily and Daily Dose. Featured image captured by Richard Byrne.