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Good morning from Greenwood, Maine (birthplace of LL Bean). We had a few light dustings of snow this week. Morrison (my dog) and I and are hoping for more snow this week so that we can snowshoe during vacation week. In reading Tweets yesterday, it appears that some of you started your winter vacation with the end of the school day yesterday, enjoy it. For those who have another week to go, I hope the week goes quickly and your students aren’t too crazy with vacation anticipation.
As I do every week, I’ve compiled a list of this week’s most popular posts. Before we get to the list I have to say thank you to everyone that voted for Free Technology for Teachers in the 2011 Edublog Awards. Because of your votes Free Technology for Teachers won the Best Ed Tech/ Best Resource Sharing Blog for the fourth year in a row. Thank you. And congratulations to all of the other winners and finalists.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 15 Things Teachers & Students Can Do With Edmodo
2. Quick Screen Share – Quick & Free Screen Sharing
3. Bookboon – More than 500 Free eTextbooks
4. Use Your iPad as a Whiteboard and Record a Lesson
5. Hubii – Find the Latest News by Browsing a Map
6. Tekzilla Highlights My Favorite File Conversion Tool
7. Nobel Prize Games for Learning About Science and Literature
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