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Saturday, August 2, 2014

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Image credit: Jen Deyenberg
Good morning from Maine where it is a nice summer morning for paddling. Earlier this week I spoke at the Ed Tech Teacher Summit in Chicago. On the webinar side of things I wrapped-up one Practical Ed Tech series and started another. We still have space available in Blogs and Social Media for Teachers and School Leaders starting in a couple of weeks, click here to learn more.

In short, this week was a busy one and I'm looking forward to a day on the water. Before I head out, here is this week's list of the most popular posts.

Here are the most popular posts of the week:
1. Ten Popular Ed Tech Tools That Were Updated This Summer
2. Three Things to do With QR Codes On Back-to-School Night
3. A Handful of Google Calendar Tutorials for Teachers
4. Blendspace Joins Wikispaces and TES - Premium Features Now Free!
5. How to Use Google Slides to Organize Research
6. Math Slicer - Fun Alternatives to Math Flashcards
7. MultCloud Provides a Single Dashboard for All of Your Cloud Storage Accounts

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Hip Hughes History Goes on Location to Tell the Story of William McKinley

Keith Hughes, producer of the wildly popular Hip Hughes History video series, went on location this summer to create a video about the assassination of William McKinley. As always Keith entertains while educating us about a significant event in U.S. History. Keith explains why it's a notable event, check out the video below.

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