Monday, September 30, 2013

September's Ten Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers

The end of September has arrived and I hope that everyone has settled into the routine of the new school year. As I do at the end of every month I've created a list of the most popular posts of the month.



Here are this month's ten most popular posts:
1. Tools for Creating Screen Capture Images and Videos
2. How to Insert Videos Into Google Forms
3. A Snappy Visual Dictionary and Thesaurus
4. On YouTube You Can Now Find Music to Legally Download and Re-use
5. 25 Geography Games for Kids
6. The History of Design In a Nutshell
7. Class Charts Adds Handy New Features
8. Two Online Forensic Science Games
9. Updated 90 Page Guide to Using Blogger In School
10. How to Create Image-based Quizzes in Google Forms

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