Thursday, February 28, 2013

Month in Review - February's Most Popular Posts

The first two months of the year have zipped along here in Maine and the year has been off to a good start for Free Technology for Teachers. I hope that the year is off to a good start for all of you too. For those you who live in the north and have had enough snow, don't worry because spring isn't too far away now. 

As I do every month, I've put together a list of the most popular posts of the month and here they are:

1. A Short Guide to Using Google Drive on Your iPad
2. A Teacher's Guide to Classroom Backchannels and Informal Assessment
3. 5 Uses of Augmented Reality in Education
4. A New Collaboration Option in Google Forms
5. 5 Good Task Management Services for Teachers and Students
6. Teaching Tree - Video Explanations of Computer Science Concepts
7. Wallwisher is Now Padlet
8. A New Crash Course in U.S. History
9. A Simple Tool for Cleaning Up Your YouTube Viewing Experience
10. - Video Timelines for Students

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