Saturday, March 15, 2014

This Week's Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers

Good morning from Woodstock, Maine where I'm home for the weekend after speaking at the Literacy Promise Conference in Salt Lake City. This was the second time that I have spoken at the conference. Thank you to everyone who came to one of my presentations especially those that came for the second time to hear me speak. I always say that the highest compliment a speaker can get is having people come to your presentations for a second, third, or fourth time. Next week I'll be Scottsdale, Arizona working with Paradise Valley Christian Prep. I'm looking forward to that, but first I'm looking forward to spending the weekend playing in the snow with my dogs. I hope that all of you have something fun to do this weekend too.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. How to Create a Bibliography in Google Documents
2. Almost Everything Students Need to Know About the United Nations
3. 5 Ideas for Teaching With Comics and 5 Free Online Tools for Creating Them
4. Reading Bear Offers Fun Online Reading Lessons for Kids
5. 5 Good Options for Creating Digital Portfolios
6. Code Maven and Game Maven Teach Kids to Program Their Own Games
7. Snagit for Chrome Now Supports Screencasting on Chromebooks

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