The Week In Review – The Most Popular Posts

The original Tigger. 

Good afternoon from New York City where I spent the day exploring the New York Public Library and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. One of the neat things I saw at the NYPL was a display of the stuffed animals at inspired the writing of Winnie The Pooh. This was my first time in either of the buildings since I was teenager so it was nice to revisit with a new perspective on what I was seeing. If you get the chance to visit either the Met or NYPL, do it. If you cannot visit in-person, both organizations offer nice online resources for students too.

Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you’re doing something fun too.

Here are these week’s most popular posts:
1. 30,000+ Images of Art and Artifacts to Download and Re-use for Free
2. Essay Map Provides Step-by-Step Help for Constructing Essays
3. A Short Example of the Benefits of Classroom Blogs
4. Finding Hidden Sugar
5. Show Students How Far a Dollar Used to Stretch With this Economics Calculator
6. Augment – A Platform for Sharing 3D Models in Augmented Reality
7. What is the World Wide Web? And How Does It Work? – Two Good Explanations

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