The Week in Review – Mornings With Max

Good morning from Woodstock, Maine where I am home after a great week at FETC in Orlando. It was long week and a good week of meeting new people and reconnecting with old friends. I went to the conference to learn and to record some media for MindRocket Media Group. Much of what I learned and recorded with be appearing on EdCircuit in the next few days.

As fun as it is to attend a conference, it’s always nice to come home. My dog, Max, has not left my side all morning except when we played fetch in the fresh snow earlier. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you’re doing something fun just like I am with Max.

The week’s most popular posts:
1. 4 Helpful Gmail Settings for Teachers & Students
2. 12 Lessons on How the Human Body Works
3. 10 Good Video Sources for Social Studies Teachers and Students
4. Create Video-based Polls on ClipChoose
5. Have You Tried Kahoot’s Ghost Mode?
6. Click to Spin – A Fun and Free Random Name Picker
7. Numberock – Math Music Videos for Kids

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