Good morning from Greenwood, Maine. It has been a busy week here. On Monday morning I officially launched a new blog iPad Apps for School. More than 1,300 people have already subscribed to it via email and RSS. On Thursday evening I wrapped up the first session of my new webinar series Google Drive and the Common Core and by popular request I opened up another session of it in January. And this week Free Technology for Teachers received the Edublog Award for Best Ed Tech Blog. This was the fifth time that the blog has been honored with the award. Thank you all for your continued support over the years.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 5,000 Stock Images for Google Drive Users
2. 22 Useful Google Forms for Teachers and Principals
3. A New Place to Find Educational iPad Apps
4. A Short Guide to Copyright for Educators
5. Vizaroo – Collect Student Feedback in Diagrams
6. Graphing Stories – The Math in Short Videos
7. Dirty Jobs of the Middle Ages
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