Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from Greenwood, Maine where it was a perfect evening for an autumn camp fire in my backyard. Yesterday, I had the good fortune to work with teachers at The Crossnore Academy in North Carolina. We had a great day exploring the ways that teachers and students can use Google Apps in their classrooms. I got home very late from North Carolina which is why there was only one post yesterday. I’ll make up for that over the weekend. Speaking of weekends, if you use the weekend to catch up on blog posts that you missed, this list below provides a good way to see what other readers enjoyed this week. 

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
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