Saturday, July 20, 2013

The Week in Review - The Desert Edition

Good morning from Maine where I am home after spending a few days in Scottsdale, Arizona for the Pearson OLE Authentic Learning conference and one day in Vermont for Discovery's Summer Institute. Thank you to everyone who came out to those events and said hello. And as always, thanks to all of you who continue to share things you find here and tell your colleagues about Free Technology for Teachers. I couldn't do this without your support.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. 500+ Political Cartoons & 100+ Editorial Cartoon Lesson Plans
2. How to Create Flipped Classroom Assignments & Videos With Knowmia
3. 30 Ideas for Using Chromebooks in Education
4. Explore the Eiffel Tower With Google Street View
5. 5 Resources to Help Students Make Healthy Food Choices
6. iStoryBooks - Narrated Children's Stories on Windows 8
7. 7 Ways to Use Video In Your Classroom

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