Friday, April 1, 2011

Month in Review - March's Most Popular Posts

Good morning from snowy Maine. It's April Fool's Day, but the snow storm outside is very real. Still there are signs of spring around. The geese that raised their young near our house last spring have just returned. Even though spring is here, most of us still have about a quarter of the academic year to go. If you're looking to try something new this spring, take a look at the ten most popular resources shared in the month of March.

Here are the most popular posts from March, 2011:
1. 11 Good Digtital Storytelling Resources
2. Time Lapse Visualization of the Earthquake in Japan
3. Interactive Maps & Images About the Earthquake in Japan
4. A Nice Online Catalog of New Resources
5. Google Tools to Support Bloom's Taxonomy
6. Two Simple Tools Every Teacher Should Try
7. Images & Videos of the Earthquake in Japan
8. Read Children's Books Online at ICDL
9. 5 Periodic Table Games
10. Training Guides & Help Sheets for Interactive Whiteboards

Thank you to everyone that visited Free Technology for Teachers this month and shared the links you found. With your help this month Free Technology for Teachers reached more people in a month than ever before and surpassed the 33,000 subscriber mark.

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