The Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts of the Week

Good afternoon from the Syracuse airport where I am waiting for a flight home after a great morning of speaking at the NYLA-SSL conference. Earlier this week I visited Lancaster, Pennsylvania to speak with educators from the Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit. Thank you to everyone that helped make those opportunities possible. Thank you to everyone that came to either event.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. How Not to Cite an Image
2. A Handful of Ideas for Using Tellagami In School
3. EverySlide – Share Your Slides and Run Polls At the Same Time
4. Photograph Math – #mathphotoaday
5. Go Social Studies Go – A Good Alternative to Social Studies Textbooks
6. 14 Educational Resources for Earth Day 2014
7. Doctopus Is Now Easier to Use Than Ever Before – Automate Workflow in Google Drive

My updated webinar series, How To Use Google Drive In School, begins on Monday evening. Some seats are still available in that webinar series.

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