Month in Review – April’s Most Popular Posts

A new month has started but that doesn’t mean we can’t take a quick look back at the month of April. As I do every month I’ve compiled a list of the month’s ten most read posts.

Here are the most popular posts from April 2012:
1. Google Docs for Teachers – A Free eBook
2. How to Print Posters Using a Standard Printer
3. Snapify – A Tool to Quickly Find Definitions and Related Websites
4. Three Questions to Consider Before We All Flip
5. QR Codes Explained and Ideas for Classroom Use
6. File Sharing Just Got Easier Through Dropbox
7. 7 Services for Sending Group Texts to Parents and Students
8. An Idea for Instagram in Education
9. Google Drive – Store Files, Share Files, and Talk About Them
10. Pinball – Tools for Organizing Ideas

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