Good evening from Boston, Massachusetts where I’m waiting for a flight to jet me away on a mountain biking vacation. Since I committed to “no computer” vacation I will not be able to write this post tomorrow. Therefore, I’m sharing the week in review a day early.
Next week I have a bunch of guest bloggers making an appearance on the blog. I’ve read all of the posts and I think that you will learn from the stories of using technology in education that the guest bloggers are sharing.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Snaggy Is a Handy Screen Capture
2. Become a Power Google Searcher
3. GeoGebra Releases Two Chrome Apps
4. Maps of Vanishing and Endangered Languages
5. Create Interactive Images on Image Spike
6. Doodle Buzz is an Interesting Way to Explore the News
7. Vialogues – Form Discussions Around Videos
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