Hybrid Instruction, Boxes, and Tires – The Week in Review
Excellent morning from Maine where the sun is rising and its going to be a good spring day. That does not suggest we do not still have some snow lingering in the yard. My pet dogs are grateful for the couple of staying stacks of snow that we have. My daughters will enjoy that tomorrows Easter egg hunt wont need them to use snowsuits and boots like in 2015..
Today Im taking a slightly different approach to my week-in-review list. Generally, I just note the 7 most popular posts that appeared on Free Technology for Teachers during the week. This week Im consisting of a couple of posts from the other websites that I preserve..
These were my most popular posts of the week:.
3 Areas That Can Help Teachers Improve Hybrid Learning for All Students.
How to Share and make Google Jamboard Templates.
A Fun and Educational Use of Cardboard Boxes.
How to Record Voice Notes in Gmail, Google Classroom, Google Slides, and Google Docs.
A Great Series of Videos for Those Who Have I.T. Career Questions.
Google Meet Transcripts Automatically Saved as New Google Docs.
How to Fix a Flat Bike Tire.
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Excellent early morning from Maine where the sun is rising and its going to be a great spring day. That doesnt suggest we do not still have some snow lingering in the yard. My dogs are grateful for the couple of staying piles of snow that we have. This week Im taking a slightly various method to my week-in-review list. Typically, I just list the seven most popular posts that appeared on Free Technology for Teachers during the week.