Saturday, December 13, 2014

The Week in Review - A Great Year of Presentations

Good morning from the world headquarters in Woodstock, Maine. This week I wrapped-up my year of presentations by speaking at a fantastic elementary school tech conference in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was a great year. I've was fortunate to speak at more than 30 events this year. Thank you to everyone that invited me to their conferences or schools. And thank you to all of you that read my blog regularly, share my posts, and tell your colleagues about I could do this without the support from all of you.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. 2 Good Sites and 2 Good iPad Apps to Virtually Explore Chemical Reactions
2. 5 Web-based Audio Recording and Editing Tools Compared - Chart
3. Enable Automatic Grading of Quizzes With Flubaroo for Google Sheets
4. Three Options for Creating Year-in-Review Videos
5. Create Trading Cards for Fictional and Historical Characters
6. Engage Students in History With Fake Facebook and Fake SMS
7. How to Create Custom Maps From Your Google Drive Account

In January I am offering an online course titled Blogging and Social Media for Teachers and School Leaders. Graduate credit is available for the course. 

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