It’s the end of the month and I hope that it was good one for everyone. This month I logged more than 20,000 airmiles as I was lucky enough to present at a number of schools and conferences. Thank you to all of my hosts. And thank you to all of you who continue to help Free Technology for Teachers grow. This month we almost reached 50,000 subscribers!
These were the ten most popular posts in August:
1. 43 New Tips for New Teachers
2. 5 Video Projects to Try With Your Students
3. 7 Mobile Apps Students Can Use to Never Lose Handwritten Notes Again
4. A Cheat Sheet for Mac Keyboard Shortcuts
5. This Might Be the Easiest Way to Share Files Yet
6. The Collaborative Lecture
7. A Quick Start Guide to Using YouTube’s Editing Tools
8. 5 Alternatives to Aviary for Creating Audio Online
9. Hands-on Science Activities for K-12
10. Give Students Flexibility Like Southwest Airlines Does
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