Geese, Comments, and Games – The Month in Review
As I do at the end of on a monthly basis, Ive put together a list of the most popular posts of the last thirty days. Take a look and see if theres something interesting that you missed previously in the month..
These were the months most popular posts:1.
How to Create Your Own Online Board Game.
Alternatives to Google Expeditions & & Tour Creator.
A Fun and Educational Use of Cardboard Boxes.
Excellent morning from Maine where the sun is increasing on the last day of April. This month was a busy month at school and on my websites,
Free Technology for Teachers and
Practical Ed Tech. This month I hosted a number of webinars, hosted
Teaching History With Technology, and announced the
2021 Practical Ed Tech Virtual Summer Camp..
View Whats Behind Shortened URLs Without Clicking On Them.
e-Comments Makes It Easy to Add Canned Comments to Documents and Learning Management Systems.
3 Areas That Can Help Teachers Improve Hybrid Learning for All Students.
TeacherMade Adds More Features to Make Your Online Lessons Better.
Two New Google Workspace Features for Students – Including Saving Google Forms in Progress!
19 Canva Tutorials for Teachers and Students – Certificates, Comics, and More!
Tools to Help Students Analyze Their Own Writing.
On-demand Professional Development.
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