The Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from Greensboro, North Carolina where I spent the day facilitating a workshop for an enthusiastic group of teachers. We spent the day creating multimedia collages, creating videos, creating audio recordings, and trying some student response systems. It was great to see so many teachers will to spend a Saturday learning about new things and developing new ideas to use in their classrooms.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Putting Art On the Map – A Google Maps and Earth Activity
2. Six Fun Games for Geography Awareness Week – And Tools To Make Your Own
3. Five Good Online Tools for Creating Infographics
4. Sqworl – A Simple Visual Bookmarking Tool for Teachers
5. ReadWorks Offers Thanksgiving-themed Articles and Questions for K-12 Classrooms
6. Handy New Features On Plickers
7. News in Levels – News Articles to Match Your Students’ Reading Abilities

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Starting on November 24th I’ll be offering another section of my Practical Ed Tech webinar series Getting Ready for GAFE. This webinar series has a graduate credit option, click here to learn more about it. 6 seats are left.

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