Saturday, March 22, 2014

The Week In Review - The Most Popular Posts of the Week

Good morning from Woodstock, Maine where I am home after spending the week in Arizona with students and teachers at Paradise Valley Christian Prep and Grand Canyon University. One of the highlights of the week was meeting some people that I had conversed with online for years. Another highlight was working with a Kindergarten class to go on a virtual zoo tour on their iPads.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Seven Good Student Response Systems That Work On All Devices
2. Check Out the Education Templates in Stormboard - A New Collaborative Planning Tool
3. Three Good Tools for Building Flipped Lessons That Include Assessment Tools
4. Speech to Text and Text to Speech In Your Web Browser
5. Gen i Revolution - A Personal Finance Game for Middle School and High School Students
6. Try These Word Cloud Tools to Help Students Analyze Writing
7. Ten Good Online Tools for Creating Mind Maps

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