Saturday, November 8, 2014

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good morning from O'Hare International Airport where I am waiting for a flight to take me home after a great few days of speaking at conferences. On Thursday morning I spoke at ECOO's Bringing It Together conference in Niagara Falls and yesterday I spoke at ISLMA's annual conference in Tinley Park, Illinois. It was an honor and a pleasure to deliver the keynotes at both events. The highlight of both conferences was meeting so many of you who have read my blog for years, thank you.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Candy Crime Scene - A Science Lesson
2. Block Posters - Use Standard Printers to Print Posters
3. 5 Ways to Collect Digital Exit Tickets
4. A Handful of Resources for Teaching About Thanksgiving
5. How to Create a Multimedia Timeline
6. 5 Great Activities from Read Write Think
7. The New Google Drive Empowers Language Learners

Would you like to have me speak at your school or conference? Click here to learn about my keynote and workshop offerings. 

Later this month I'll be offering another section of my Practical Ed Tech webinar series Getting Ready for GAFE. This webinar series has a graduate credit option, click here to learn more about it.

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