Saturday, September 15, 2012

Week In Review - The Posts You Liked the Most

Good morning from Maine where my favorite season has fully arrived. There was a light frost on my lawn earlier this week, the leaves are changing, and the trout fishing is about to get really good. Speaking of trout fishing, that's what I'll be doing by the time this post goes live. Morrison and I are headed up to a friend's camp (cabin is what most people would call it) for a weekend of fishing on Kennebago Lake. I hope that wherever you are, you have equally fun plans for the weekend. If your plans include getting caught up on some ed tech reading, I have a list to get you started.

Here are the most popular of the week:
1. Pinnacle Studio for iPad - An Excellent Video Editor
2. Screen Leap - Share Your Screen In One Click
3. Create & Edit Documents in Google Drive for iPad
4. Infuse Learning - A Great Student Response System
5. Infographics Explained With Legos
6. Gmail for Beginners - A Video Tutorial
7. Pixlr Grabber - A Simple Screen Capture Tool


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