Maps, Certificates, and Brainstorms – The Week in Review
Great morning from Maine where it is going to be a warm and sunny day. Most significantly, the worst of the black fly (gnats) swarms have passed. And the most interesting news in our home is that were visiting my mom for the first time considering that the COVID-19 pandemic reached New England. I hope that you have something similarly interesting planned for your weekend..
This week I co-hosted the last episode of this years Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff series. Were going on hiatus as Rushton has a busy summer planned and I do.
These were the weeks most popular posts:.
Mult.dev – A New Way to Quickly Make an Animated Map.
Two Ways to Automatically Generate Certificates for Students.
Fling the Teacher! – A Fun Review Game.
Brainstormer – A Collaborative Brainstorming and Voting Tool.
3 Good Ways to Make Online Word Games.
Integrate Canva and TeacherMade to Create Online Activities.
How to Find Public Google Docs, Slides, Forms, Sheets, and Drawings.
Excellent early morning from Maine where it is going to be a warm and sunny day. Most significantly, the worst of the black fly (gnats) swarms have actually passed. And the most amazing news in our house is that were going to see my mother for the first time given that the COVID-19 pandemic reached New England. Were going on hiatus as Rushton has a busy summer planned and I do. If you see it somewhere else, it has been used without approval.
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