The Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good morning from Woodstock, Maine where after a week of rain we now have a perfect autumn day. Before I hit the trail with my dogs, I have this week’s week in review to share . This week I spent some time learning with Chris Brogan. I came away with some great ideas about how I can better serve and support the needs of those of you who turn to me for ideas and assistance. By the way, you can always email me at richardbyrne (at)

Here are the most popular posts of the week:
1. PhotoMath Could Change the Way We Think About Teaching Math
2. Create a Word Cloud Within Your Google Documents
3. How to Search Twitter for Educational Content
4. Try the New Add-ons for Google Forms
5. An Often Untapped Source of Digital Devices for Classrooms
6. PicMonkey + Thinglink = Interactive Collages
7. Organize Your Thoughts With Google Keep

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