As usual the end of the month jumped-up and surprised me again. It seems like just a week ago I was meeting my new students, but then I looked at the calendar and realized that I’ve been back in school for a month now and I know all (100+) of my students’ names. I hope everyone has had a great start to their new school years.
This month again saw new record highs for visitors and subscribers. As always, thank you all for helping to spread the word about Free Technology for Teachers. Together we can help more teachers learn about free resources that can improve their students’ learning experiences. Thank you.
1. 47 Alternatives to Using YouTube in the Classroom
2. 7 Places & Ways to Find Copyright-friendly Images
3. Wordia Brings Words to Life in Video
4. 10 Ways to Get Free Money & Classroom Supplies
5. Five Alternatives to Traditional Book Reports
6. 3 Tools to Help You Save Paper & Ink in Your Classroom
7. 131 Tips for New Teachers
8. Do You Google Yourself? Do Your Students?
9. Using Facebook to Connect With Students & Parents
10. Snappy Words – A Visual Dictionary & Thesaraus
Earlier this month I wrote a post about A Media Specialist’s Guide to the Internet. There is an update to that post that includes the new RSS feed for that website. Check it out.
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