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30 Posts About Free Education Technology Tools & Resources


The Internet Is Rich With Free Tools for Educators. Here's A Bunch.

I've been meaning to put together this list of the many free apps that I've blogged about, and make it available as a tabbed section on the site. I've got the list mostly together now and realized it would make for a nice mid-week post.

All of the articles below reference free technologies and/or resources. The posts are simply listed in alphabetical order (I haven't quite decided how best to organize them otherwise). I hope you find something fun and useful here!

Of course, the king of free tech for educators is blogger Richard Byrne and his “Free Tech For Teachers” site. Be sure to check it out and tap into a continuous stream of free ed tech resources and ideas about how to use them.

Related Posts (if the above topic is of interest, you might want to check these out):
5 Reasons Why Educators Need To Embrace Internet Technologies
8 Engaging Videos Advocating Better Integration of Technology in Education
5 Educator Guest Posts This Week on Microsoft’s Teacher Tech Blog


  1. I have started a collaborative blog called Free Tech for Schools where people can post how they use free technology in the classroom. So far we have had some excellent guest posts and I am always looking for more.

  2. Education is the building block of human experience. It is not just an integral part of your professional life but greatly influences your overall personality. Our three-fold mission is that of ‘Mentoring’ the youth of this country to dream, ‘Motivating’ them towards greater hopes and aspirations and ‘Guiding’ them on the right track to realize those ambitions. We at AEC are with you every step of the way to make the best choices to enhance your inherent talents.


  3. This is a great list that could be very useful for students and teachers. I would request that you look at http://whenintime.com and consider adding it to your list. whenintime is a web application that can be very useful to students in learning about history

    As an example, take a look at this timeline that was created by a student http://whenintime.com/tl/bsanders/Radio_History/

    Also there are some good collections of timelines on various topics such as Astronomy (http://whenintime.com/cat/Astronomy/), Conflicts (http://whenintime.com/cat/Conflicts/)

  4. This blog is wonderful. I am new to blogging and can’t believe the extremely valuable information on your blog. I haven’t had a chance to check out all of the but I did view Naimish’s homework calendar. It is such a valuable tool; user friendly to both students an teachers and a great organizational tool to help students prepare for future job responsibilities. I look forward to following your blog regularly

  5. I was hoping you could add my homework calendar resource on here. The core service is free with optional premium features.
    I created it for my school Henry Compton and since then I have made it available to a wider audience. It is now being used in 200+ schools around the world. It hasn’t got thousands of features but it does a couple of things really well and it’s simple, no frills so teachers find it really easy to use. Hope your community find is useful.

    I would love to get your feedback on it if you get a chance?

    Many Thanks

    PS Great blog by the way!


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