Saturday, November 30, 2013

The Week and Month in Review

Morrison is tired after eating turkey.
Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers World Headquarters in Woodstock, Maine. I hope that everyone had a great week. Morrison, Max, and I took a road trip to Connecticut to visit family for Thanksgiving. We all got stuffed on turkey then took a nap. Now we're back in Maine and ready for fun in the snow. But before we play I have this month's list of the most popular posts. Since today is the last day of the week and of the month, I've combined the week and month in review.

The most popular posts of the month on Free Technology for Teachers:
1. Google Unveils Google Play for Education
2. A Short List of Thanksgiving Lesson Resources
3. 10 Online Activities for Geography Awareness Week
4. Metta - Create Multimedia Presentations and Save Them In Google Drive
5. Haiku Deck on the Web Might Make You Forget About All Other Slideshow Tools
6. Kahoot - Create Quizzes and Surveys Your Students Can Answer on Any Device
7. 5 Fun Physics Games for Students
8. Student Blogging Activities That Don't Rely On Text
9. Canva - Create Beautiful Slides, Posters, and Infographics
10. The Science of American Football

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