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In the past couple of weeks I have discovered three great tech tools that are free—and can make your teaching life easier. Take a look at my list and then add your own in the comments section. What tools are you finding useful? Please share!
1. Audio-Feedback: Forget the ink. Use your voice instead. You can give more feedback in less time. Check out Sarah Brown Wessling's new video about podcasting and then try the free audio recording service Audacity.
2. Track Student Behavior: Two words. Class Dojo. Maybe I'm behind the times, but this simple tool allows you to easily reward and recognize the student behaviors you want to see and track behaviors over time. Get it while it's free.
3. Visualize Mathematics: I know there are a lot of graphing calculators out there, but this one is pretty nifty. With this tool you can reinforce the idea of multiple representations, save, and even share graphs. Be warned, you may dork out on this. Also… free.
Okay, your turn! Let's grow the list.