Copyright, VR, and Summaries – The Month in Review

It’s the last day of May. Congratulations to those of you who have just finished the school year! And to those who still have some time to go, you can do it! The end is in sight.

As I do at this time every month, I’ve put together a list of the most popular posts of the last 30 days. In this list you’ll find an article about copyright lessons for teachers, tools for creating end-of-year reviews and summaries, and ideas for using virtual reality in your classroom.

These were the most popular posts in May, 2019:
1. Three Lessons to Learn from the $9.2M Copyright Ruling Against Houston ISD
2. 5 Ways to Quickly Create Audio Slideshows for End-of-Year Events
3. Ten Great Tech Tools for Social Studies Lessons
4. How to Add a Calendar to an Edublogs Page or Post
5. Three Ways to Create Digital Collages to Summarize the School Year
6. Rivet – A Reading App from Google
7. 5 Ways for Students of All Ages to Make Animated Videos
8. Twelve Tools for Creating End-of-Year Review Activities
9. How to Make an Animated Timeline in Google Slides
10. Five DIY Virtual Reality Projects for Students

Thank You for Your Support!


Thank You Readers for 14 Amazing Years!