Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Woodstock, Maine. This week we had our first snow flurries and the local ski resort has been making snow all week. And if that wasn’t a strong enough sign of winter, there is ice forming on the pond near my house. All of these signs of winter also mean that we’re well past the midpoint of the semester. I hope that all of you are having a great fall semester (or spring semester for my friends in the Southern Hemisphere).
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Kahoot – Create Quizzes and Surveys Your Students Can Answer on Any Device
2. Five Short Lessons About Daylight Saving Time and Time Zones
3. How to Quickly Create PDFs in Google Drive
4. Webinar Recording – Backchannels in the Classroom
5. QuickCast – Quickly Create Screencasts
6. 30 Images of Cyber Safety Reminders
7. How to Privately Share Media from Your iPad via Google Drive
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