Saturday, June 9, 2012

The Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers This Week

Good morning from Hartford, Connecticut where later today I'll be watching one of my younger brothers get married (he's the one with the duck in the picture, and he might kill me for posting that picture). As I do every week regardless of where I am and what's happening I have put together a list of the most popular posts of the week. I do this every week for two reasons; it gives me a sense of what people are interested in and it gives you a chance to catch up on what other educators found useful this week.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. 93 Android Apps for Teachers to Try This Summer
2. Google Blockly - A Visual Programming Language
3. A Nice Guide to iPad App Evaluation
4. Widbook - Collaborative Creation of Multimedia Books
5. Free Speech - Augmentative and Alternative Communication App
6. The Last 18 Years of News In a Flocabulary Rap
7. Drop Canvas Provides Super Simple File Sharing

Bonus Item: While it didn't rank as one of the most popular posts of the week, it made me smile to watch and post Mister Rogers Remixed so I'm posting it again. As I said on Facebook this week, if you loved Mister Rogers as a kid, you will love this video.

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