Saturday, October 22, 2011

Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good morning from Boston's Logan International Airport. This month I have had the good fortune to be able to accept invitations to speak at three different conferences. Today, I'm headed to Florida where I will be working with social studies teachers from the Florida Virtual School and the National Council for History Education. I have to say thank you not only to the great organizations that have invited me, but also to my employer MSAD 17 who has graciously granted me the time to travel this month. And I also have to thank all of you who have helped to grow the reach of my work here on Free Technology for Teachers. This week we surpassed the 40,000 subscriber mark.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Writing a Blog Isn't About Numbers
2. Using Wall Wisher in the Classroom
3. Mathematics in Movies
4. 60 Second Science Lessons
5. Help Students Create Strong Passwords
6. BioDigital Human - 3D Platform for Understanding Anatomy and Physiology
7. Graph Words - Create a Visual Thesaurus

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