Saturday, October 4, 2014

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

View from Quill Hill near
Rangeley, Maine
Good morning from rainy Woodstock, Maine where I am spending the weekend putting the final touches on a couple of updated presentations. Next week I am speaking at the ACTEM conference in Augusta, Maine. It is always an honor to be invited to keynote a conference, but this one feels extra special because it is in my backyard. If you're at the conference next week, please say hello.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Math Chat - Solve Problems Together in Real Time
2. Long Awaited Features Added to Google Forms
3. Explore Planet Nutshell's Teacher Library for Great Educational Videos
4. Sources of Free Sound Effects and Music for Multimedia Projects
5. How to Use AudioBoom to Create Short Audio Recordings
6. How to Format Block Quotes in Google Documents
7. Halloween-themed Writing Lessons from BoomWriter

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