The Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from Woodstock, Maine where we were treated to a beautiful sunset over the mountains. While it was a cold day, it was still a nice day to go look for a Christmas tree on my land. The search for a Christmas tree was abandoned when my dogs decided to run off in pursuit of a secret dog agenda. They came back. We’ll look for a tree again tomorrow. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you had time for something fun too.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Two Ways to Grade Short Answer Questions in Google Forms
2. Google Returns the Reference Citation Option to Google Docs
3. Two Good Sets of Animated Maps for U.S. History Students
4. How to Cite the Source of Images Found in Google Docs & Slides
5. Expii Solve – Fun and Challenging Mathematics Exercises
6. Three Alternatives to Glogster
7. Two YouTube Search Methods You Might Be Overlooking

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