The month of June came to busy conclusion for me as I was at the ISTE 2010 conference. If you ever get a chance to go to ISTE’s annual conference (it will be in Philadelphia next year) I highly recommend attending. Aside from the many excellent formal sessions, the conversations you can have with other forward-thinking educators are amazing. Anyway, that is my round-about way of saying that I forgot to post the month-in-review yesterday.
Here are the ten most popular posts of the last month:
1. Free PDF to Word Converter
2. Hundreds of Reviewed Online Mathematics Resources
3. 100 Ways to Use VoiceThread in Education
4. Tools for the 21st Century Teacher – Great eBook
5. Free eBook – 20 WEBTOOLS Applied to Teaching
6. Illustrated and Narrated Explanation of Creative Commons
7. Downloading Videos for Use In the Classroom
8. Google Earth Skills Quiz and Tutorials
9. Google Voice Opens to Everyone in the US
10. New Sharing and Editing Options in Google Docs
In June Free Technology for Teachers reached new statistical highs for subscribers in surpassing the 25,000 mark for the first time. Additionally, there are now nearly 5,000 fans of Free Technology for Teachers on Facebook. Thank you to everyone that has helped grow the reach of Free Technology for Teachers and welcome to all new subscribers and fans. Finally, if you’re on Twitter please feel free to follow me at twitter.com/rmbyrne where I post not only resources from this blog, but also resources that others share as well as some personal updates about my classroom and occasionally my cats. I do try to follow all teachers back so if you follow me and you don’t get a follow back, please send me an @ message to get on my radar.