It’s almost hard for me to believe that July is coming to an end in just a few hours from now. I hope that all of you have had a chance to enjoy the summer (and I hope that those of you in the southern hemisphere are enjoying the winter too).
This month I’ve been fortunate to travel and present in many places. Thank you to all of you who have helped to make that possible by inviting me to your schools, referring me to your friends and colleagues, and by sharing the posts I write here. I also have to say thank you again to the wonderful guest bloggers who stepped-in while I was traveling in Iceland earlier this month. Without all of you Free Technology for Teachers would not be what it is today. Thank you! As I do every month, I’ve created a list of the most popular posts in July 2012.
Here are the most popular posts of July 2012:
1. Say Goodbye to iGoogle and Hello to Symbaloo
2. 47 Page Guide to Google Sites
3. How to Ace Your Interview for a Teaching Position
4. 10 Ways to Create Videos Without Installing Software
5. 5 Ways to Use Google Sites in Schools
6. Making Educational Blogging Work for You
7. Mobile Formative Assessment: A One Device Solution
8. One Music Class – One iPad – Now What?
9. Gathering Feedback With Socrative Student Activities
10. MIT Video – More Than 10,000 Educational Videos
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