Wednesday, July 31, 2013
The Most Popular Posts of the Month on Free Technology for Teachers
This month I had opportunities to speak to and work with teachers at Discovery's Summer Institute, at Pearson's Authentic Learning Workshop, and at the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp. Thank you to everyone who came to one of these events. Getting to meet so many of you is the best part of traveling to conferences and schools. Thank you to everyone who has helped to make those opportunities possible, they wouldn't happen without you.
Here are this month's most popular posts:
1. MindMup - A Mind Mapping Tool That Saves to Google Drive
2. 30 Ideas for Using Chromebooks In Education
3. Six Free Alternatives to PowerPoint and Keynote
4. Free Digital Citizenship Lesson Plans for Middle School Students
5. Studies of iPad Use in Education
6. Picture Manhattan Inside the Grand Canyon
7. 11 Resume & Interview Tips for New Graduates
8. 5 Services for Creating and Sharing Audio Recordings Online
9. 500+ Political Cartoons & 100+ Editorial Cartoon Lesson Plans
10. You Shouldn't Be an Instructional Technology Coordinator If You Don't Understand This
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