Sunday, June 1, 2014

May's Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers

Good evening from Maine where the first day of June made it feel like summer has almost arrived. At the end of every month I take a look at the posts that received the most views. The ten posts below were the most popular posts in the month of May.

1. Read & Write - A Great Chrome App That is Now Free for Teachers
2. Project Based Learning - An Explanation and Model Rubrics
3. Four Ways for Students to Create Multimedia Magazines
4. Three Good Pieces of Google Apps News
5. Twelve Good Tools for Building End-of-year Review Activities
6. Quill - Writing Worksheets Made Interactive
7. 7 Ideas for Implementing Technology For A Purpose
8. By Request - Good Alternatives to Google Image Search
9. 7 Web-based Tools for Creating Short Video Stories
10. Guided Reading in Google Apps for Education

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