Sunday, June 30, 2013
June's Ten Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers
One of the things that I like to do when I visit a school is take pictures of the things that make that school unique. Last week I visited the University of Maine at Fort Kent and found the sign you see in this picture. UMFK might be the only college campus that has a sign like this one (click to enlarge).
Here are this month's most popular posts:
1. 25,000 Images of Art That You Can Re-use for Free
2. 18 Google Earth & Maps Lessons for K-12
3. What QR Codes Can Do For You
4. Using Images as Prompts to Teach Google Search Strategies
5. 5 Ways Students Can Create Audio Slideshows
6. 5 Benefits of Using Backchannels In Your Classroom
7. CNN Student News Reviews the News of the School Year
8. 372 Free Art History Books
9. Google Forms Become Printer Friendly
10. WatchDoc - A Chrome Extension for Monitoring Google Docs Changes
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