The Week in Review – Heading Out

Good morning from snowy Woodstock, Maine where I’m getting ready to spend the majority of the next two weeks on the road. Next week I’ll be at FETC in Orlando, Florida and the following week I’ll be at BETT in London. If you’re going to be at either of those conferences, I would love to meet you.

To prepare for my week on the road I should be doing a bunch of laundry right now. But the mountains are calling and I must go ski for a little while. Before I do that, I have the list of this week’s most popular posts.

This week’s most popular posts:
1. 10 Good Video Sources for Social Studies Teachers and Students
2. 16 Ways to Use TinyTap in Your Classroom
3. Ten Good Video Sources for Science Teachers and Students
4. You Can Write Music in Google Docs
5. Nature Sound Map – Listen to the Sounds of Nature All Over the World
6. Three Fun Phonics Games from Teach Your Monster to Read
7. 82 Google Tools Tutorial Videos

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Thank You Readers for 14 Amazing Years!