Saturday, December 22, 2012

The Week in Review - The Family Grows

Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. This week my little family grew by one as I adopted another dog from Harvest Hills Animal Shelter. Max is a two year old Lab and Pointer mix. He and Morrison are getting along well even if Morrison doesn't quite understand all of Max's antics.

As I shared last week, my "family" of blogs grew this month too as I am now actively maintaining iPad Apps for School in addition to Android for Schools and Free Technology for Teachers. As of this morning more than 2,500 people have already subscribed to iPad Apps for School. Thank you all for continuing to support my blogging efforts through your Tweets, reTweets, Pins, comments, and emails.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Three Approaches to Classroom Blogging
2. Video - How to Create Infographics
3. How to Open and Edit Word Files in Google Drive
4. A Guided Tour Inside the International Space Station
5. How to Use Google Docs Offline
6. Common Curriculum Adds Support for Links and Files in Common Core Lesson Plans
7. Planwise Can Help Students Plan Their Financial Futures

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