Good morning from Maine. This week I had the privilege of speaking to about 600 educators in Fredericton, New Brunswick. In Fredericton I gave what has become my most popular keynote talk, Ten Common Challenges. Of course, it’s always changing a bit and I worked in some new material this time too. If you’re interested in having me speak at your school or conference, please click here for more information.
As I was making the drive up to New Brunswick (about 325 miles north of my home) I stopped to let Morrison run on his leash for a bit and to capture the picture of Mount Katahdin that you see on the left. If you ever come to visit Maine make sure you take some time to see the parts that don’t have lighthouses or you’ll miss out on the beauty of our woods.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Web Search Lesson Plans from Google
2. Google Drive and Docs for Teachers – Free eBook
3. Present.me – Sync Audio and Video to Slideshows
4. Virtually Cycle the Alps
5. Create Videos Online With WeVideo in Google Drive
6. The Science of Baseball
7. Icon Bug – Free Icons and Clip Art
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