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This week I started a new session of How To Use Google Drive In School and a new session of Blogging for Teachers and School Leaders. A big thank you to everyone that is participating in these courses. We had a great start this week and I'm looking forward to more great questions in our next meeting.
Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. A Few Tools That Make It Easy To Analyze Your Writing
2. Five Good Online Tools for Creating Infographics
3. A Quick Tip for Shooting Better Video With Mobile Phones and Tablets
4. CCSS-Aligned Rubrics for Project Based Learning
5. A Simple Trick to Save You and Your Students Lots of Classroom Time
6. Teaching With ChronoZoom - A Timeline of Almost Everything
7. Video - How to Use Google Books for Research
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