The Month’s Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers

Good evening from Maine where the month of November is coming to a close with a few snow flurries in the air. I have to close this month by once again thanking Beth Still for doing an outstanding job of keeping the blog running for half of the month while I was taking some paternity leave. The second half of the month has been busy as I prepared new materials for the webinars that I hosted this week and those that are starting in the new year (more on that in a post tomorrow).

As I do at the end of every month, I have compiled a list of the most popular posts of the month. This list is based on clicks, views, and shares.

These were the most popular posts in November:
1. Whisper for Google Classroom
2. Using Icons to Help Organize Google Drive Folders
3. Collection of Google Drive Templates
4. Document Studio – The Google Sheets Add-on You’ve Been Waiting For
5. Improvements in Google Classroom
6. EquatIO is Now Free for Teachers
7. Seven Tips for New Google Classroom Users
8. Science Journal App from Google
9. Using the About Tab in Google Classroom
10. AutoMastery Google Forms Add-on

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