Saturday, March 9, 2013

Week in Review - The Saturday Evening Post

Good evening from Maine. This week's week-in-review post is being written late because it was so nice outside today that I just had to spend the day outside with my dogs. It felt like spring outside and since my dogs were at the kennel (a great facility, but not the same as home) most of the week as I presented at the NCTIES and MSLA conferences, I felt like I owed it to them to get them outside as much as possible. If you're reading this on Saturday night, don't forget to change your clocks before going to bed.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Five Ways to Create Word Clouds
2. Four Good Alternatives to Clicker Systems
3. Awesome Android Apps for Students and Teachers
4. 5 Apps and Sites for Creating Animations
5. WWF Together - A Beautiful iPad App About Endangered Animals
6. StatWorld - Interactive Maps of Development Data
7. How to Use Pixabay to Find Free Images

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