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The 2018-19 Practical Ed Tech Handbook

The new school year is here for almost all of us. At this time every year for the last three years I have published my free Practical Ed Tech Handbook. I’ve just finished the fourth edition of it for the 2018-19 school year. This year’s edition has new sections about augmented reality, virtual reality, and programming.

The 2018-19 edition of the free Practical Ed Tech Handbook includes nine sections. Those nine sections are:

  • Communication tools and strategies.
  • Search strategies.
  • Digital citizenship
  • Video creation and flipped lessons.
  • Audio recording and publishing.
  • Backchannels and informal assessments.
  • Digital portfolios.
  • Augmented reality and virtual reality.
  • Programming.

You can view the 2018-19 Practical Ed Tech Handbook as embedded below or you can download it through this Box.com link. If Box is blocked in your school, please send me an email at richard (at) byrne.media to request a copy.

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Get Organized With Google Classroom, Calendar, and Keep!
On Thursday, August 30th at 7pm ET I’m hosting a webinar in which you can learn all about what’s new in Google Classroom and how you can use it along with Google Calendar and Keep to stay organized throughout the school year. Click here to learn more and to register today.
I’ll Come to Your School This Year!

If you would like to have me lead a professional development day at your school during this school year, please send me an email at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com – or click here for more information about my professional development services.