Good morning from Philadelphia where today I’ll be joining my family to celebrate my grandfather’s 90th birthday. He and my grandmother were teachers for their entire working lives, one of my uncles was a teacher, and now I am. Maybe there’s a gene for teaching.
Monday is the start of guest writer week on Free Technology for Teachers. While I’m away on a short vacation, there will be new posts from educators Monday through Friday. I’ve already seen most of the posts, they’re excellent. But first, let’s take a look at the most popular posts of the last week.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. A Nice Primer on Google Apps for the iPad
2. Learn About Chromebooks Through Project Chromebook
3. Road to the White House Games, Maps, and Scholastic News
4. From Ideas to iBooks
5. Hello Slide – Easily Add Narration to Your Slideshows
6. Five YouTube Channels to Challenge High School Students
7. The History of Calendars, Leap Year, and Daylight Saving
Would you like to contribute to the Fifth Anniversary Classroom 2.0 Book? If so, we’re still accepting contributions. Contributing to the Classroom 2.0 Fifth Anniversary Book could be an excellent way to have your ideas read by a large audience.
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