The Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from Woodstock, Maine where I spent the day walking my dogs and riding my bike. I hope that you had equally relaxing start to your weekend.

This week I had the privilege to give the virtual keynote for the University of South Carolina Upstate’s QEP Symposium. I gave my presentation early in the day from a hotel room in Scottsdale, Arizona. Usually, when I give a virtual presentation from home I use a webcam mounted at eye level. In this case I didn’t have that option so I improvised by using a three ring binder to angle my laptop’s webcam to eye level. If you ever find yourself in the position of giving a virtual presentation remember to angle your webcam so that people aren’t stuck with a view up your nose.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Create Rubrics and Email Grades from a Google Spreadsheet
2. By Request – Five Options for Creating Videos on Chromebooks
3. Ten Sites and Apps to Inspire Creative Writing
4. Mystery Science – Great Science Lessons for Elementary School Students
5. Story Prompts – 20 Random(ish) Pictures at a Time
6. How to Privately Share Videos Through YouTube
7. Think Kit – A New Way to Create Diagrams on Your iPad

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