Good evening from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. It’s starting to kind of look like spring here, there is still some snow on the ground and plenty of mud everywhere (my house might not be free of mud until June), but the first flowers of spring popped-up this morning. Seeing the flowers pop-up makes me feel like summer can’t be too far away. Speaking of summer, I’ve had quite a few people ask me where I’ll be presenting this summer. I will be publishing a list of my summer presentations and workshops very soon (there are still some details to finalize on a couple of events).
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. A Short Guide to Finding and Using Media On Your Blog – Part 3
2. Mission Map Quest – Create Your Own Geography Games
3. How to Subscribe to New Blogs in Feedly
4. A Short Guide to Finding and Using Media On Your Blog – Part 2
5. A Good Collection of 13 Digital Citizenship Resources
6. 7 Good Virtual Tours for Students
7. How to Create YouTube Photo Slideshows – A Good Alternative to Animoto
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