Saturday, November 9, 2019

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good afternoon from Maine where all the leaves have turned brown and the air has turned cold. We had our first snowfall of the year this week and the local ski mountain opened this morning. Winter isn't far away. Staying indoors all day just because it's cold is a recipe disaster in our house so we all bundled up and played outside this morning. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you get time to play outside this weekend too.

This week I hosted a webinar about formative assessment methods. If you missed it, you can get the recorded version of it here.

These were the most popular posts of the week:
1. My Updated Five Favorite Google Slides Add-ons
2. Plagiarism Explained by Common Craft - Updated
3. Three Tools for Recording The Great Thanksgiving Listen
4. The Great Thanksgiving Listen is Back!
5. Get Instant Feedback on Your Presentations With Presenter Coach
6. Create Random Story Starters With This Flippity Template
7. How to Randomly Shuffle Google Slides Presentations

I'll come to your school in 2020! 
I'm already booking my 2020 workshop and conference schedule. This will be my tenth year of speaking at schools and conferences. Send me an email at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com to learn more.

On-demand PD
On PracticalEdTech.com I have seven professional development webinars available to view whenever you like.

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