Good morning from Greenwood, Maine. This week I had the opportunity to work with teachers at Bridgton Academy just a few miles down the road from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters (AKA, my house). It was a great day from both a learning standpoint and weather standpoint. In fact, it was so nice that I didn’t even change out of my work clothes before taking my dogs to splash in the pond. Days like that one remind me that the end of the school year isn’t too far away. I know that for many of you this coming week is the last week of your school year. I hope it’s a great one for you!
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Life On Minimum Wage – A Hands-on Economics Lesson
2. Video – How to Insert Images Into Google Forms
3. Use Clips of Seinfeld to Teach Economics
4. The Ten Blogs I Read First
5. Play Games or Create Your Own Through YoYo Games
6. Depression Quest – An Interactive Story About Depression
7. What My Dog Can Teach Us About Managing 1:1 Classrooms
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