Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Near the Bob Marshall Wilderness, MT.

Last Saturday I had the honor of delivering the kick-off presentation from a hotel room in Missoula, Montana for Discovery’s Virtual Conference. After that presentation I headed north toward the Bob Marshall Wilderness where we camped for the night and were grateful for down sleeping bags when the snow started to fall. I don’t have anything nearly as exciting planned for this weekend, just some general relaxation. Whether you have exciting adventures planned or your just hanging out watching movies, I hope you have a great weekend. And if you’re looking for some quick ed tech reading, check out the list below.

The Most Popular Posts of the Week:
1. Creative Uses for iPads in the Classroom
2. Six Multimedia Timeline Creation Tools
3. Video Creation in the Classroom – Tools & Tips
4. Access Google Docs With One Click Even When You’re Offline
5. The 1900 House Living Without Technology Challenge
6. Stack the Countries – A Tetris-like Geography Game
7. Video Projects and Common Core Standards

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ABCya.com is a provider of free educational games for K-5.
Lesley University offers quality online graduate programs for teachers.
The University of Maryland Baltimore County offers graduate programs for teachers.
Ed Tech Teacher offers professional development services for schools and is hosting iPad Summit USA in November. Register now.
Boise State University offers a 100% online program in educational technology.

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