The first week of 2012 is under our belts now. I hope that everyone who returned to school this week had a good first school week of 2012. As I do every Saturday morning, I’ve compiled a list of this week’s most popular posts.
These were the most popular posts of the week:
1. 10 Useful Chrome Web Apps and Extensions for Teachers and Students
2. A Planetarium for Your Browser
3. Year in Review – My Favorite Posts
4. Calkoo – An Excellent Set of Online Calculators
5. Three Ways To Mark-up Webpages and Share Them
6. Create Comic Adventures on Comic Master
7. One More Year-in-review – 2011 in Tweets
As I mentioned last month, I’ve started a second blog titled Android 4 Schools. As the name implies it’s all about Android apps for students and educators. In the future, I plan to add reviews of hardware.
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