Sunday, September 1, 2013

Month in Review - The Most Popular Posts

A motorcycle in Alberta. The owner
was riding it to Alaska.
Good evening from Maine where I am enjoying the long weekend and I hope that you are too. As I do at the end of every month I've put together a list of the most popular posts of the month. First, I must say thank you again to everyone that invited me to their schools and conferences in August. It's a privilege to be invited. Thank you. And thank you to everyone who has recommended me and shared Free Technology for Teachers with others. I couldn't do this without your support.

These are August's most popular posts:
1. 5 Good Places to Find Public Domain Images
2. 100+ Tips for New Teachers
3. A Few Widgets to Consider Adding to Your Classroom Blog
4. Help Students Start Stories With Word Mover
5. 15 Things You Can Do With Edmodo
6. Why I Care That Socrative Just Got $750k and You Should Too
7. Ten Places to Find and Create Data Visualizations
8. 43+ Alternatives to YouTube
9. Three Good Options for Creating Digital Portfolios
10. Science 360 - A Good Collection of Science Videos

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