It’s the first of the new month and as I do every month at this time I’ve put together a list of the ten most popular posts of the previous month. I do this for two reasons. First, it gives people a chance to see if they missed something good during the previous month. Second, it gives me some good feedback about the type of resources I should be focused on sharing with all of you.
In addition to writing posts here on Free Technology for Teachers I continued to update iPad Apps for School five times per week. This month I also announced two new PD opportunities that I’ve offering this spring and summer. The Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp will happen in July. Blogging for Teachers and School Leaders is a new webinar that I’m offering in May.
Here are the ten most popular posts from April, 2013:
1. Use Shared Google Drive Folders to Distribute Assignments to Students
2. gClassFolders Version 2 Improves Google Drive File Management
3. VideoNotes – A Great Tool for Taking Notes While Watching Academic Videos
4. 21 Reasons to Stop Saying “21st Century Teacher”
5. Updated Again – Best of the Web 2013
6. 10 Good Video Sources for Math Students
7. The Five Best Tools for Creating Videos Without Installing Software
8. How to Add Voice Comments to Google Documents
9. 10 Free Typing Practice Activities for Students
10. 5 Free Timers to Help You Time Classroom Activities
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