Music Theory was an elective course that I enjoyed in high school. I was fortunate that I was able to fit it into my schedule. Some of my classmates weren’t quite as lucky. Fortunately, today’s students who have a genuine interest in a subject area can learn a lot on their own through free tutorials […]
Gesture Search is a free Android app from Google that is designed to make it easier for you to find files, contacts, and applications on your Android device. With Gesture Search installed on your Android device you can draw on your tablet or phone’s screen to go directly to a contact, app, or file. When […]
Listen & Speak is a free Android app for learning and practicing theÂ pronunciationsÂ words and phrases in English, Spanish, and French. With Listen & Speak installed on your Android phone or on your Android tablet you can hear the proper pronunciations of hundreds of words and phrases. After hearing a word or phrase read to you, […]
I don’t use Google+ nearly as much as Twitter for social networking because I still prefer the simplicity and the larger active user base of Twitter. That said, there is one aspect of Google+ that I really like and that Twitter doesn’t provide and that aspect is Google+ Hangouts. While you’ve been able to join […]
Cross-posted from Free Technology for Teachers. I hinted at this a couple of weeks ago in a post about summer learning opportunities, but now I am able to officially announce the Google Apps for Education Maine Summit. The Google Apps for Education Maine Summit will be held on August 16th and 17th in Yarmouth, Maine. […]
GoConqr is a service that offers tools for creating flashcards and mind maps. The GoConqr Flashcard app for Android allows students to develop sets of...
Parts of this post originally appeared on my other blog, FreeTech4Teachers.com. Google Keep is a great Android app for writing short notes and setting...