Good evening from Maine where the sun has set in January. It has been a busy and fun month for me. I hope it was a good start to the year for you too.
This month I hosted a new Practical Ed Tech course called How to create and sell your digital products in 2023. Dozens of people have joined me in the course and many more have asked when I will host it again. The answer is, soon. Subscribe to my weekly newsletter to find out when my next course is open for registration. When you subscribe, you’ll also receive My Tip of the Week straight to your inbox at the start of each week.
Thank you to everyone who has supported my work this month by taking one of my classes, sharing a message with your colleagues, or simply dropping a note to say hello. I really appreciate! I couldn’t go on without you!
Here are the most popular posts in January:
1. 27 Google Drive Tips and Tricks
2. Dozens of tutorials to get started with Google Forms
3. Dozens of PowerPoint tips and tricks
4. Dozens of Google Slides tutorials
6. A cool tool to declutter and save online articles
7. How to sort Google Sheets and Forms entries in reverse chronological order
8. Students can create their own video games with Construct 3
9. BookWidgets adds a new video quiz option for use in Google Classroom and beyond
ten. Three Ways to Create Your Own Mobile App
Workshops and eBooks
50 Tech Tuesday tips!
- The Ed Tech Practice Bulletin comes out every Sunday evening/Monday morning. It features my favorite tip of the week and the most popular articles of the week from Free Technology for Teachers.
- My youtube channel has over 44,000 subscribers who watch my short tutorial videos on a wide range of educational technology tools.
- I tweeted like @rmbyrne for fifteen years.
- I update my LinkedIn profile once or twice every week.
- The Free Tech Facebook Page for Teachers features new and old posts from this blog throughout the week.
- If you are curious about my life outside of education, you can follow me on Strava.
This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere, it was used without permission. Featured image captured by Richard Byrne.