The Month in Review – January’s Most Popular Posts

It’s hard to believe it, but the first month of 2012 is just about over (or is over depending on when and where you are reading this). 2012 is off to a great start for Free Technology for Teachers. Thanks to all of you and your sharing of the posts here, this month saw a new record for pageviews. In January, for the first time ever, Free Technology for Teachers surpassed 700,000 pageviews! When I started this blog four and a half years ago I never imagined that it would grow like it has. Thank you all for your continued support.

Here are the most popular posts from January, 2012:
1. 10 Useful Chrome Web Apps and Extensions for Teachers and Students
2. Evernote in Education
3. Investigating the Interest in Pinterest
4. The School That Launched 1,000 iPads
5. Seven Ways to Quickly and Easily Share Files
6. Video – How to Find Creative Commons Images
7. Get the Math – Multimedia Algebra Challenges
8. Free 2012 Calendar Templates
9. Interactive Animated Heart
10. Free Download – Ten Digital Storytelling Projects

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