Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. The last few days have been gorgeous spring days. Yesterday, I took my boys (Max and Morrison) on a hike near the location of the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp. They had a great time on the trails and Max enjoyed splashing in the pond at the top of the mountain. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you get some time to relax and enjoy doing your favorite things. We’re about to head out for another hike, but first here’s the list of the most popular posts of the week.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. A Quick Round-up of New Google Drive Features
2. Three Good Ways to Use Socrative in Your Classroom
3. Three Good Ways to Use Padlet in Your School
4. A Nice Cheat Sheet for Gmail Shortcuts
5. New Webinar Course – Blogging for Teachers and School Leaders
6. Three Good Ways to Use TodaysMeet in Your Classroom
7. Ten Tools for Cropping, Resizing, and Enhancing Images Online
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