Week in Review – The Snow is Back

Good morning from Maine where I’m home with my loyal four legged friend and it’s snowing. I had a busy week this week that included a day in Omaha, Nebraska for NETA 2012 followed by a lot of seat time at in planes. As much I love having the opportunity to speak at so many conferences and work with many schools, I have to admit that I am looking forward to spending the next week at home before heading off to New Brunswick for a couple of days. Thank you all for choosing to read my blog. This week we we’re joined by the 46,000th subscriber. Amazing!

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Three Questions to Consider Before We All Flip
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3. Week in Review – It Feels Like Spring!
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5. Google Drive – Store Files, Share Files, and Talk About Them
6. 7 Resources for Teaching and Learning About Mount Everest
7. Don’t Tell the Band… History References in Songs

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