Monday, April 1, 2013

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers in March

March is supposed to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb, but I woke up to find two inches of fresh snow on the ground. I hope that Mother Nature hasn't played the same April Fool's joke on you. As I do at the end of every month I've put together a list of the ten most popular posts on Free Technology for Teachers.

Here are the most popular posts from March, 2013:
1. Six Free Alternatives to PowerPoint and Keynote
2. Studies of iPad Use in Education
3. 13 Good Chrome Extensions and Apps for Teachers and Students
4. Soo Meta - A Nice, New Way to Create Multimedia Presentations
5. Picking the Best Platform for Your Classroom Blog
6. A Short Guide to Terms Commonly Used in Blogging
7. Street View of Everest Base Camp - And Other Resources for Learning About Mount Everest
8. Ideas for Managing Academic Blogs
9. Awesome Android Apps for Students and Teachers
10. A Simple Yet Powerful Student Blogging Activity

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