eduTecher was founded in late 2007 as a way to keep track of the growing number of web tools that could be used in the classroom setting. The website’s mission is to help educators and schools around the world effectively integrate technology and web tools into the classroom. eduTecher currently provides links to thousands of web tools and provides concise information on how these tools may be useful in the classroom setting. We don’t charge any subscription fees, nor do we litter our pages with annoying ads. We also offer educators an easy way to connect with one another, share their favorite links, and form a PLN (Personal Learning Network).

Besides the wealth of links to Web Tools, users can also find self-produced webisodes of eduTecherTV with walkthroughs and demonstrations on how to use specific Web Tools for educational purposes. Users can create a free account and get access to wealth of features that make exploring and sharing sites on eduTecher fast and simple.

eduTecher, like technology in general, has been a work in progress, changing and evolving to best meet the needs of it’s users. We are always open to feedback and advice. Please share this site with your colleagues and students. You can also download the free eduTecher iPhone application or Android Application and have access to all the great resources right in the palm of your hand. Help support our site by contributing your own favorite links, commenting on the Web Tools, or by making a small donation.

About Adam Bellow

Adam Bellow, Founder and President of eduTecher and eduClipper began his career in education as an Assistant English Teacher at a High School for students with learning disabilities in New York City. After earning a Masters Degree in both General and Special Education at Hunter College, where he taught a graduate level course on integrating technology into the special education classroom, Adam became an English teacher at a High School on Long Island for several years. Then his two passions collided - Technology and Education - as he became a Technology Training Specialist for a school district on Long Island. Adam works with educational leaders, teachers, and students from around the United States to help them infuse technology successfully in the classroom. Adam was recognized in 2011 as the Outstanding Young Educator of the Year by ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) and in 2010 as an Emerging Leader as well as a finalist for the 2010 Totally Wired Teacher of Year award. Adam is happily married and the father of two wonderful boys.

Adam enjoys participating and presenting at conferences and workshops around the world and has had the distinct privilege of having been asked to speak at ISTE, FETC, ICE, TECH Forum, METC, Tech Summit, NYSCATE, and many more. For information about having Adam speak as a Keynote or Spotlight conference presenter please contact him here. Presentations can be tailored to fit any audience, but areas of expertise are Web Tools, Digital Literacy, Educational Technology Best Practices, SmartBoard integration, Social Media in the Classroom, and Education-Based Motivational Speaking. You can see clips and examples of recent presentations here. Adam’s presentations are carefully planned, engaging, and packed with current information and a good sense of humor.