Saturday, April 13, 2013

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Ed Tech Posts

Good morning from Fargo, North Dakota where I'm waiting for a flight home to Maine. This week I had the privilege of presenting at two conferences. On Thursday I spoke at the Tennessee Association of Independent Schools' technology conference and yesterday I spoke at the North Dakota Association of Technology Leaders' conference. It was great to connect with many long-time readers at both events. And if you're wondering about the picture, it's of a delicious treat called Chippers that I was given in Fargo. Chippers are potato chips covered in chocolate. I highly recommend trying Chippers if your cardiologist allows it.

Here are the most popular posts of the week:
1. 21 Reasons to Stop Saying "21st Century Teacher"
2. Use Shared Google Drive Folders to Distribute Assignments to Students
3. 10 Free Typing Practice Activities for Students
4. Mapping History - Historical Patterns Mapped
5. The Five Best Tools for Creating Videos Without Installing Software

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