Saturday, January 3, 2015

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts in 2014

Sunset in the Maine woods. 
Good evening from Maine where I am watching a basketball game and enjoying the end of the week that I took off. I hope that all of you have had a relaxing week too. While I was out skiing, hiking, and enjoying the woods of Maine I had the most popular posts of the year re-running on the blog and on the Facebook page. The posts below were the most popular amongst the most popular posts of the year.

Here are this week's (and 2014's) most popular posts:
1. How to Create a Jeopardy-style Game in Google Spreadsheets
2. Two Browser-based Noise Meters That Show Students How Loudly They Speak
3. Tackk - Create Webpages for Announcements, Assignments, and Digital Portfolios
4. A Handful of Google Calendar Tutorials for Teachers
5. How to Add 450+ Fonts to Your Google Documents & Slides
6. Seven Free Online Whiteboard Tools for Teachers and Students
7. Thinking Blocks - Model Math Problems on iPads, Interactive Whiteboards, and in Your Browser

Three seats are left in my online course Blogging and Social Media for Teachers and School Leaders. Graduate credit is available for the course. 

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