Good morning from Maine where some of us are waiting for the sound of reindeer dancing on our roofs. It has been a great year for Free Technology for Teachers and that is because of all of you who subscribe to the blog, follow me on Twitter, and share my blog posts with your friends and colleagues. Thank you.
Next week I’m taking a small break from blogging while I make some time to visit family and to work on some small projects(like organizing my home office) that I’ve been putting off for vacation week. Not to worry though, I have 25 posts scheduled for next week. Next week I’ll be republishing the 25 most popular posts of 2011. I used Google Analytics to determine which posts were the most-read posts of the year.
From the shameless promotion department, I’ve started a second blog titled Android 4 Schools. As you can guess by the title it’s all about Android apps and devices for teachers and students.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 11 Places to Find Free eBooks for Yourself and Your Students
2. Animoto Launches a New iPad and iPhone App
3. About Accepting Advertising as an Ed Tech Blogger
4. Rant of the Year
5. The Chronicles of Narnia – Free Downloads Available
6. Videos – Dinosaurs Through History and Walking With Dinosaurs
7. Picozu – A Nice Free Online Image Editing and Creation Tool
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