Photos, Poetry, and History – The Week in Review
Great morning from Maine where it is going to be another beautiful spring day. Weve been fortunate to have a lot of nice days this week. My family has actually been taking in every minute of good weather by riding bikes, cleaning out garden beds, and generally playing outside as much as we can. And thats what were going to do today. I hope that you also have some fun things prepared for your weekend..
This week I hosted Intro to Teaching History With Technology. That webinar was an introduction to my complete Teaching History With Technology course that begins on Tuesday.
As I pointed out recently, Im starting to put more post on my other website, Practical Ed Tech. Since all of my blog posts on Free Technology for Teachers are getting scraped (taken) by shady sites much faster than I can keep up with, Im doing that. I just dont have enough time in my day to submit all of the DMCA notifications with hosting companies (some of which dont care anyhow) that it requires to shut down those websites. Thats why youll see that my week-in-review lists now consist of some posts from Practical Ed Tech..
These were the most popular posts of the week:.
TeacherMade Adds More Features to Make Your Online Lessons Better.
How to Move from Google Photos to Amazon Photos.
Activities for National Poetry Month.
Intro to Teaching History With Technology– Webinar Recording.
2 New Google Workspace Features for Students – Including Saving Google Forms in Progress!
Everything You Need to Know to Create Quizzes With Microsoft Forms.
Five Collections of Historical Maps.
Good early morning from Maine where it is going to be another stunning spring day. Weve been lucky to have a bunch of nice days this week. This week I hosted Intro to Teaching History With Technology. As I mentioned last week, Im starting to put more blog site posts on my other website, Practical Ed Tech. Im doing that because all of my blog posts on Free Technology for Teachers are getting scraped (taken) by shady sites much faster than I can keep up with.
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