The Week in Review – Learning About Sea Turtles

Good evening from San Jose, Costa Rica where I’ve just wrapped a week in which I was able to observe students learning about sea turtle conservation at the Pacuare Nature Reserve (I’ll post some pictures next week when I’ve sorted through them). Going into the week I knew that I would have very limited Internet access so I the posts that appeared on Free Technology for Teachers this week were things that I wrote last week and last weekend. I also had one guest blogger this week, thank you Rachel Langenhorst. If you’re in the U.S. I hope you have a great long weekend.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 5 Good Lesson Plans for Teaching Copyright
2. 10 Good Sites & Apps for Learning a New Language
3. Still the Best Presentation on Copyright
4. Study Jams – Elementary Math and Science With Music
5. Five Ways to Digitally Celebrate Your Students’ Year
6. The Top 10+ Sites for a Successful 1:1 Laptop Program
7. Design Squad – Engage Kids in Hands-on Engineering Projects

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