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Saturday, March 1, 2014

The Week and Month in Review - Exhausted and Energized

Good evening from Toronto, Ontario where earlier today I presented at the York Region District School Board's Google Camp. It was fun day of sharing and learning. Earlier this week I spent two days in Conway, Arkansas where I learned how to "call the hogs" and had a fantastic time sharing and learning.

The best part of being invited to speak at conferences and schools is getting to see what people all over the world are doing to create better learning experiences for students. At the end of the week I'm tired, but I'm also energized by the things I've seen and heard about. I

The end of the week and the end of the month fell on the same day. Here are the most popular posts of the month.

1. How to Use Google Slides to Organize Research
2. 26 Videos About the Science of the Winter Olympics
3. Group Reading With Google Documents
4. How to Add 450+ Fonts to Your Google Documents & Slides
5. Purpose Games - Create Online Review Games
6. How to Add Voice Comments to Your Google Documents
7. AirPano - Gorgeous 360 Degree Virtual Tours of the World
8. Hemingway Helps You Analyze Your Writing
9. Strategies for Getting Access to Websites Blocked By Your School
10. Fun With Bad Math In Pictures

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