Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good afternoon from Maine. Rarely do I post this late on a Saturday, but I spent the morning taking my mother out for her birthday brunch. Not to fear, I have the week in review primed and ready to go now. I should note that the week in review is one of the most popular posts every week, but I have never linked back to it because I’m afraid of creating an infinite loop of chasing old links. That could change if you want it to. I’m looking for your feedback, should I link to previous week in review posts if they do rank as one of the most-read posts of the week?

Here are the most popular posts of the last week:
1. Google Docs for Teachers – A Free eBook
2. How to Use Evernote for Bookmarking and More
3. Snapify – A Tool to Quickly Find Definitions and Related Websites
4. Video – Using Flubaroo to Grade Quizzes
5. Storyline Online – Actors Reading Stories to Kids
6. mySchoolNotebook – Organize Your Notes and More
7. Collaborative Writing Across Multiple Grades

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