Saturday, September 21, 2013

The Week in Review - Gone Fishing

Good morning from Maine. By the time that most of you read this I will on my favorite trout stream in Maine. This is my favorite time of year in Maine and I want to take advantage of the nice weather while I can. I hope that all of you have had a good week and have equally fun things planned for the weekend. If part of your weekend includes getting caught up on news in the world of educational technology, consider taking a look at this week's most popular posts on Free Technology for Teachers.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Tools for Creating Screen Capture Images and Videos
2. Class Charts Adds Handy New Features
3. SchoolsWorld - A Good Source of Educational Videos
4. NASA Explains the Harvest Moon
5. Is Denali Shrinking? - A Mountain Math Lesson
6. Photo Collages As Writing Prompts
7. Collections of Historical Maps and Ideas for Using Them in Your Classroom

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