The Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers This Week

Good morning from sunny Greenwood, Maine. I know that for a lot of you this may be the last weekend of the summer before school starts. I hope that wherever you are the weather is nice and you can get outside to take advantage of it. My dogs and I have already walked a few miles and soon I’m going mountain biking. But before I get out on my bike (yes, Mom, I will wear my helmet), I have this week’s list of the most popular posts of the week.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. A Complete Guide to Using Blogger In School
2. How to Introduce Educlipper to Students and Teachers
3. Active Textbook – Turn PDFs Into Multimedia Documents
4. 15 Things You Can Do With Edmodo and How to Get Started
5. A Lesson In Overcoming Obstacles
6. Unsplash – Another Good Source of Free Images
7. Submrge – Ideas for Teaching With Games

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