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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

May's Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers

Good evening from Maine where we're having our first thunderstorm of the year on the eve of June. Earlier today I hosted Teaching History With Technology and I'm looking forward to teaching more professional development classes throughout the summer. You can learn more about those course offerings on this Practical Ed Tech page.

As I do every month at this time I have assembled a list of the most popular posts of the previous 30 days.

Here are the most popular posts in 2017:
1. 5 Handy Chrome Extensions for Teachers
2. Two Ways to Visually Show Classroom Noise
3. 6000+ Children's Books Available for Free
4. 5 More Overlooked Google Slides Features Students Should Know
5. 7 Ways to Use Google Keep in Your Classroom
6. Saying Goodbye to a Great Friend
7. 5 Tools Students Can Use to Create Music Online
8. Great Ideas for Using Scratch in Elementary Math
9. 10 Ways to Use Google Earth in Your Classroom
10. 5 Google Calendar Tips for New Users

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