The Week in Review – Spring Has Sprung!

Good morning from Maine where spring has finally arrived. The last three afternoons has been warm enough (45F) to sit on my deck with my dogs. They have been very happy to lounge in the sun again. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that the spring weather (or fall weather for my southern hemisphere friends) is treating you well too.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Tackk – Create Webpages for Announcements, Assignments, and Digital Portfolios
2. TwistedWave – Create Audio Recordings and Save Them in Google Drive
3. CCSS-Aligned Rubrics for Project Based Learning
4. A Handful of Google Calendar Tutorials for Teachers
5. Two Activities to Help Students Learn About the Cost of Living
6. 7 Online Tools for Creating Charts & Diagrams
7. Four Sources of Print-on-demand Graph Paper

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