Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. This week I had the privilege to work with more than 200 educators over four days of workshops in New Hampshire. Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Google Apps bootcamps this week. The bootcamps were long days, 11-12 hours each, and I wasn’t able to get my average five posts per day published, but I did get twenty published this week. These are the most popular posts of the week.
1. 47 Page Guide to Google Sites for Teachers
2. Say Goodbye to iGoogle and Hello to Symbaloo
3. Mobile Formative Assessment
4. The War of 1812 in Animated Maps
5. Unite Online to Amplify Teachers’ Voices
6. 10 Ways to Create Videos Without Installing Software
7. 5 Free Tools for Curating Educational Videos from Across the Web
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