The Month in Review – July’s Most Popular Posts

July has come and gone. In my part of the world the beginning of August signifies the beginning of fair season. And for schools in much of the world the beginning of August means that school will be starting soon. As you start to think about the technology that you might use in your classroom this year, take a look at the most popular posts of the month here on Free Technology for Teachers. Whether you’re just starting to use technology in your classroom or you’ve been at it for years, this list has something for just about everyone.

Here are the most popular posts from July, 2016:
1. How to Enable Automatic Grading in Google Forms
2. A New Lesson Plan Tool for Google Docs
3. Flubaroo Compared to the New Google Forms Auto-grading Feature
4. ScratchMath – Great Ideas for Using Scratch in Elementary Math
5. Click to Spin – A Fun and Free Random Name Picker
6. Character Scrapbook – A Template for Reflecting on Stories
7. Google Forms Can Now Automatically Grade Quizzes Without an Add-on
8. How to Create Custom Word Clouds
9. ABCD Wordie Analyzes Text and Creates Vocabulary Lists
10. How to Create Online Collaborative Whiteboards

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