Good morning from Maine where we’re all ready for snow. This week’s week in review picture is one that I took on the tarmac of the Denver International Airport in April. I’m sharing this picture because it represents to me a great year of traveling to speak and work with teachers all over North America and Europe. Those opportunities came because so many of you invited me to your events, shared blog posts, and generally help spread the reach of Free Technology for Teachers. Thank you!
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Create Your Own iPad Games on TinyTap
2. Read & Write – An Accessibility App for Google Documents
3. Discover Great iPad Apps on Apps Gone Free
4. Free 63 Page PDF – Google Drive for Teachers
5. 9 Ways Students Can Host Peer Tutoring Sessions Online
6. European Exploration – A Game for Learning About the Age of Discovery
7. gClass Folders Helps You Organize Files Shared By Your Students
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