Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

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Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. This week I had the privilege of speaking at The Literacy Promise conference. It was a pleasure to meet some of you there. Now I’m home for a long stretch which will give me time to complete a couple of projects that I’ve been working on since January, I think you’ll like both when they’re completed. Before I work on those project, I’m going to take the weekend to relax with my dog and some friends. But just like every week I won’t take a break until the list of this week’s most popular posts is published.

Here are the most popular posts of the week:
1. Speech to Text in Evernote
2. Kikutext – Keep Parents Updated Through Text Messages
3. Seven Resources for Teaching and Learning About Electricity
4. Make Interactive Images on Thinglink Education
5. Humanline – Thousands of Historic Images
6. Two Short Videos on the Origins of April Fools’ Day
7. Tour the White House’s Interior in Google Maps

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