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Saturday, November 1, 2014

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from Maine where we will soon be skiing and enjoying the best of what winter has to offer. I spent some time this evening to get my skis ready for the new season. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you have time for something fun too.

The new month is here and I am happy to announce that later this month I'll be offering another section of my Practical Ed Tech webinar series Getting Ready for GAFE. This webinar series has a graduate credit option, click here to learn more about it.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. By Request - Five Good Math Sites and Apps for Elementary School Students
2. A Handy Sheet of Google Search Modifiers
3. Access More Than 1,000 Socrative Quizzes Sorted by Subject
4. By Request - 5 Good Sites and Apps for Elementary School Language Arts Lessons
5. Novels on Location - Read Your Way Around the World
6. How Do Things Fly? - A Fun and Interactive STEM Activity
7. Wideo, WeVideo, and Magisto - Three Good Tools for Creating Videos Online

Would you like to have me speak at your school or conference? Click here to learn about my keynote and workshop offerings. 

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