Saturday, March 17, 2012

Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good morning from Maine where I'm getting ready for two straight weeks of travel starting tomorrow with a trip to Discovery's headquarters for a forum titled Beyond the Textbook. Then I'm off to the Teacher2Teacher conference in Medicine Hat, Alberta, then to The American School in Lugano, Switzerland before coming home for EdCamp Maine. Thank you for reading, following, and sharing my blog posts. It's because of you that this blog continues to grow and provide me with these neat opportunities.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. TED Education - It's a Good Start
2. Numberphile - Videos About Curious Number Facts
3. Make Stop-Motion Movies With JellyCam 4.0
4. Mathnet on YouTube
5. Four Video Explanations of Daylight Saving Time
6. Create Study Materials from Evernote Notes
7. NCAA Geography Game

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