Reading, Searching, and Fixing – The Week in Review
Good morning from Maine where the sun is shining on what should be a nice and sunny weekend after a few days of much-needed rain. We’re going to have a little backyard camping adventure this evening. Tomorrow, we plan to have a fun day at Storyland! I hope that you also have some fun things planned for your weekend.
This week I hosted a free webinar titled Get to Know Your Students With Tract. If you missed it, you can watch the recording here. Next week I’m hosting another webinar titled a Framework for Technology Integration. You can learn more about that webinar here.
These were the week’s most popular posts:
1. Ten Popular Back-to-School Tutorials for Teachers
2. Worldle Daily – A Street View Game
3. DIY Tech Fixes for Teachers
4. Two Resources to Help Make Virtual & Hybrid Learning More Equitable & Effective
5. Readlee Adds Support for More Languages
6. Searching is a Thinking Skill
7. Read Write Think Animal Inquiry
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