Good morning from Greenwood, Maine. This week I had the opportunity to present at an SDE conference in Springfield, Massachusetts. It was a pleasure to meet and chat with some long-time readers this week and I look forward to meeting more of you in 2013. Next week I’ll be working with a school in Arizona. In the meantime I’m going to enjoy the weekend at home with my dogs and I hope that all of you have a great weekend too. If part of your weekend calls for catching up on some ed tech resources, the week in review has seven items for you.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 5 Good Mathematics Feeds for Teachers
2. Five Good Feeds for U.S. History Teachers
3. A Teacher’s Guide to Classroom Backchannels and Informal Assessment Tools
4. A New Collaboration Option in Google Forms
5. How to Manage 3rd Party Apps Accessing Your Google Account
6. This Link Will Self-Destruct – Create Links to Share for a Limited Time
7. How To Password Protect Posts and Pages in WordPress Blogs (Including Edublogs) In Two Steps
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ThingLink is a great tool for collaboratively creating interactive images.
Discovery Education & Wilkes University offer online courses for earning Master’s degrees in Instructional Media.
Vocabulary Spelling City offers spelling practice activities that you can customize.
MasteryConnect provides a network for teachers to share and discover Common Core assessments.
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.
Boise State University offers a 100% online program in educational technology.
EdTech Teacher is hosting iPad Summit USA in Atlanta this spring.
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