The Week in Review – Running With Christmas Trees

Good evening from Maine where we’re happy to be home after a great couple of days visiting family for Thanksgiving. For 30+ years on Thanksgiving I’ve gone to watch the road race in my hometown of Manchester, Connecticut. This year was no exception. The race is one of the only ones in the world where you’ll find Olympians running in the same event as folks dressed as Christmas trees. It’s a great event! Wherever you were this weekend, I hope that you had a good time too.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 7 Good Tools for Surveying Your Audience
2. Three Ways to Broadcast Review Sessions for Students
3. Outline Maps – Simple Geography Games for All
4. Four Tools for Recording Time-stamped Notes While Watching Videos
5. How to Copy Comments in Google Docs
6. This Chrome Extension Helps You Find Books to Borrow
7. ReClipped – Take Notes and Share Notes on Educational Videos

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