Good morning from the Toronto International Airport. I’m currently on my way home from another great visit to the Grande Prairie, Alberta School Division. I’ve been to Alberta at least a half dozen times in the last year, but this trip was special because a Canadian customs agent flagged me for extra screening. While that was not what I wanted to go through at 1am after flying with a head cold, I did come out of the experience learning that I could be admitted under the same “performer” exemption used for musicians, professional athletes, and “internationally recognized experts.” This is the closest that I’ll ever come to being confused for a professional athlete.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 7 Free iPad Apps for Science Lessons
2. 5 Free Apps and Sites for Creating Animations
3. PBS Math Club – Short Interactive Math Videos
4. How to Create a Linked Series of YouTube Videos
5. How to Create Audio Slideshows in YouTube
6. 5 Online Tools That Help You Align Lessons to Common Core Standards
7. A Search Engine for SMART Notebook Files
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