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Flipgrid is free. No, seriously. Not like before. Totally, completely free for ALL the features

I really like Flipgrid. It’s easy to use. It’s collaborative. It’s visual. It works across all platforms.

And now?

Now it’s free.

Yup. It’s free. 842 more words


Assassin's Creed Discovery Tour. Yes. It's a video game. So . . . yes, it's also an awesome teaching tool

The video game Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag came about five years ago. And as an avid fan of Assassin’s Creed, my son and his friends were some of the first in line to purchase it. 1,087 more words


Creating active, engaged, civil, informed, educated, & competent citizens (Free infographic included!)

Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it? I mean . . .¬†active, engaged, civil, informed, educated, and competent. That’s a mouthful. And do we seriously need to kids who exhibit ALL of those traits? 1,013 more words


Prepping kids for a complex world

Last May, I pushed this out. It still seems relevant. So . . . today? A #mondaymemory post. Enjoy!


Need a brain break? Ready for some current event / world culture / global literacy questions? 972 more words


Summer reading list 2018: Five books that will make me smarter

Long time History Tech readers already know this. Every summer, I make a list of books I plan to read between now and September. Long time History Tech readers also know this. 969 more words


Tip of the Week: 7 Resources for the End of School

I know that many of you are just trying to survive the next few weeks so something short and sweet. Browse through this quick list of lessons and activities that might make your life a little easier: 57 more words


5 Chrome browser extensions that you probably haven't heard about but need to be using

It’s not a secret. I say it a couple times a week:

“If Google was a person, I’d marry it.”

And not just for it’s money. 930 more words