Saturday, January 25, 2014
The Week In Review - Lost In London
Now I'm off to see the British Museum. I got lost yesterday trying to find the right tube station, so I'm sure it will happen again today. But that's part of the fun of learning about a new place. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you have something fun planned too.
Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Teachit Timer - A Slick Classroom Activity Timer
2. Wellcome Images Releases 100,000 Images Under Creative Commons Licensing
3. Read Write Think Timeline - A Timeline Tool for Almost All Devices
4. An Interactive Timeline of Music Genre Popularity 1950 to Now
5. Activities for Practicing Listening and Speaking Skills
6. How to Develop Web Search Challenges for Students
7. How to Create Contact Groups to Make Sharing Google Documents Easier
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