Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good morning from Maine where after months of people complaining about the lack of snow, we’ve had almost two feet fall this week with more on the way (at least in my part of the woods). But the snow won’t stop me from participating in the first Ed Tech Teacher Winter Conference this morning. If you’re there today, please say hello before or after my presentation with Greg Kulowiec.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. How to Create Interactive Images Using Thinglink
2. Another Great YouTube Channel for History Teachers
3. 11 Web-based Polling and Survey Services
4. Almost Everything You Need to Know About Wikispaces
5. Create a Virtual Volcanic Eruption
6. Heart Rap – A Rap Explanation of How the Heart Works
7. How War Stories Inspire Learning

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