Greetings from Omaha, Nebraska where I’ve just finished a full day of presentations at the Nebraska Educational Technology Association’s annual conference. I was totally impressed by the organization of the event and the great people I met here. It was great to see so many people come out to learn about how they can use free technology in their classrooms. If you’re within driving distance of Omaha, I highly recommend marking your calendar to attend next year’s NETA conference. And if you’re a conference organizer interested in having me speak at your event, please get in touch with me.
These were the most popular posts in April:
1. Brainstorming – Google Across the Curriculum
2. Five Ways to Make Word Clouds from Text
3. An Education Playlist – Suggestions Wanted
4. QR Codes in the Classroom
5. 7 Good Sources of Mathematics Videos
6. YouTube Launches Copyright School
7. Google Apps K-12 Lesson Plan Selector
8. HOTTS – Higher Order Thinking and Technology Skills
9. iBrainstorm – Free iPad & iPhone Brainstorming App
10. Snip.ly – Snip and Share the Best Parts of Pages
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