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Free tool to help find digital technologies for teaching

Postby richpb7 on Wed May 03, 2017 12:59 pm

I'm developing a new free tool for teachers, based on my doctoral research in educational technology, which is designed to help teachers find the best digital technologies to suit their needs. They're similar to Top Trumps, and currently contain 56 of the most popular free apps for teaching and learning that I know of. They're all rated against six dimensions of teaching and learning, have short descriptions, include links to the various technologies themselves, and an overview video in each case.


I'd love to get some feedback - all thoughts welcome, positive and negative. They're part of a wider suite of tools and techniques I'm working on, but these digital playing cards are free for everyone. You can find them online here, including a link to a PDF pack that you can download and keep:

I do have some physical packs of these as well, which can be used to play a game just like Top Trumps. I'm not sure if there's a market for them at the moment, but I'd be happy to sell them if anyone showed an interest.


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