Saturday, August 16, 2014

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from Montrose, Colorado where I spent the day exploring some rivers in the area after yesterday's workshop in Delta, Colorado. Earlier this week I spoke at the New Teacher Academy at Boston College. A big thank you to all of the folks at both events. It was great to see so many teachers interested in trying new tech tools and strategies in their classrooms this fall.

Thank you to all of you who make it possible for me speak at schools and conferences. All of your Tweets, Pins, and other sharing of the posts here mean a lot to me.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Two Good Random Name Selection Tools
2. Seven Web-based Tools for Delivering Flipped Lessons
3. Great Google Search Strategies Every Student Can Use - Infographic
4. PDF - A Round-up of Summer Updates to Google Apps, Drive, Maps, and G+
5. How to Have Students Practice Presentation Skills While Teaching You About Technology
6. Persuasion Map Helps Students Formulate Persuasive Essays
7. PDF - Ten Popular Ed Tech Tools That Were Updated This Summer

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