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Saturday, August 3, 2013

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. Now that August has arrived those who aren't already back in school are starting to think about it. Over the next couple of weeks I'll be featuring some "back to school" specific posts, I hope that you will find them useful.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Geology Hikes - A Model for Blogging and Mapping
2. Wildfires and Climate Change - Video
3. Is Your Message Clear? Have Someone Else Illustrate or Animate It
4. 7 Ways to Create and Deliver Quizzes Online
5. Three Responses to "But I Don't Have Time To Blog"
6. The Difficulty With "Best" and "Must Use" In Professional Development
7. Lessons In Computational Thinking

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Science 360 - A Good Collection of Science Videos

Science 360 is an educational video site hosted by the National Science Foundation. Visitors to Science 360 can search for videos according to topic. Science 360 also gives you the option to browse for videos according to series. Some of the series that visitors will find on Science 360 include climate change, sustainability, engineering, and the science of sports. A sample video from Science 360 is embedded below.



Thanks to Jo Villis for the link.

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