Good evening from the Free Technology for Teachers World Headquarters in Woodstock, Maine. Earlier this week I spent a couple of days working with a great group of teachers, technology integrators, and teacher-librarians in Selah, Washington. We had a great time exploring all kinds of ideas around augmented reality, video creation, and blogging in the classroom. Next week I will be in Dubuque and Bettendorf, Iowa. If you are going to be at either of those conferences, please say hello. And please click here if you would like to have me visit your school or conference.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. How to Flip Your Classroom With eduClipper and PixiClip
2. Photo Mapo for Archiving Summer (and other things)
3. Complete These Free Courses to Become a Better Researcher
4. Progressive Phonics – Free eBooks for Teachers, Parents, and Students
5. Three Good Places to Find Historical Images – And an Idea for Using Them to Spark Discussion
6. Legislative Explorer – An Interactive Visual of Legislative Actions
7. Flipagram – Telling Stories Through Pictures
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