The Month in Review – November’s Most Popular Posts

Max and Morrison wait to
help clean Thanksgiving plates.

Good evening from Woodstock, Maine where the snow banks along my driveway and cold air remove all doubt that December is just a few hours away. In November I had the privilege of speaking at events in Ontario, Illinois, Boston, and North Carolina. Thank you to everyone who came out to one those events. Meeting many of you who read my blog is one of my favorite parts of speaking at conferences.  I hope that I get to meet even more of you in December and in 2015.

Here are the most popular posts of the month:
1. How to Create a Jeopardy-style Game in Google Spreadsheets
2. Nine Popular Student Response Tools Compared In One Chart
3. Two Browser-based Noise Meters That Show Students How Loudly They Speak
4. Three Google Drive Updates You Might Have Missed This Week
5. Candy Crime Scene – A Science Lesson
6. 5 Ways to Collect Digital Exit Tickets
7. Block Posters – Use Standard Printers to Print Posters
8. Putting Art On the Map – A Google Maps and Earth Activity
9. How to Use Padlet to Manage Tasks
10. Three Places to Find and Download Public Domain Video Footage

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