20 Tech Tips from Joe Dale

Joe Dale is a wealth of ed-tech tips and information

For anyone unfamiliar with Joe Dale, I highly recommend you check out his YouTube channel and follow him on Twitter. The man is an absolute wealth of tech tips for language teachers. Here are a few gems I picked up from him in a single Zoom session:

  1. Make any video your lesson with EdPuzzle
  2. Visualize your ideas in a new and collaborative way using JamBoard
  3. Easily add transcribed voice comments and feedback to shared documents using the Mote Google Chrome extension
  4. Allow students to create digital learning portfolios with Seesaw
  5. Quickly and easily record your voice with Vocaroo or OnlineVoiceRecorder
  6. Immersive Reader, included in OneNote Learning Tools, is a full screen reading experience to increase readability of content in OneNote documents
  7. Ferrite Recording Studio makes it fast and easy to record and edit audio, and includes powerful features such as effects and automation
  8. Voice Record Pro 7 is a professional voice recorder for iOS
  9. Textivate generates a wide range of interactive activities based on your own text and / or matching items. It works with texts of up to 500 words and / or up to 200 matching items
  10. Teach any language with YouTube + TeachVid
  11. LearningApps.org is a Web 2.0 application, to support learning and teaching processes with small interactive modules
  12. You can easily allow anyone to create a copy of a Google doc you have created by changing the end of the URL from /edit?usp=sharing to copy: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lQdVTkuiT6oi-CZ9A9y6rrCXOyoX8VeSgBw-sH94WHA/edit?usp=sharing -> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lQdVTkuiT6oi-CZ9A9y6rrCXOyoX8VeSgBw-sH94WHA/copy
  13. Easily create any kind of Google Drive doc with the following URL shortcuts: doc.new, form.new, slides.new
  14. Use Ilini to learn French with the best videos on the web
  15. Create presentations, infographics, and more with Genially
  16. Create your own personal Emoji with Bitmoji
  17. Get popup translations for any website using Lingro
  18. Get easy-to-understand multilingual definitions with WordReference.com
  19. Exam.net is a robust, easy-to-use and secure exam platform
  20. Draftback is a Chrome extension that lets you play back any Google Doc’s revision history

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