This Week’s Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers

Good morning from Maine where I am home and relaxing after a week of workshops in Cambridge, Massachusetts with Ed Tech Teacher. Thank you to everyone who joined us. Next week I’ll be in Limestone, Maine to run some Google Across the Curriculum workshops. If you’re interested in having me run a workshop at your school, please click here. Thank you to all of you who have helped make these opportunities available to me.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Save Your Gmail Attachments in Google Drive
2. Listen and Read – Non-fiction Read Along Stories
3. Four Good Resources for Learning to Write HTML
4. Two Books to Read Before School Starts
5. A Great Timeline for U.S. History Students
6. Animated Science Lessons for Children
7. How to Easily Blur Faces in YouTube Videos

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