Games, Analytics, and Tutorials – The Week in Review
Good morning from Maine where it’s a brisk 47F. It feels like a classic early fall morning in Northern New England. Later it’ll warm up a bit and be perfect for riding bikes and enjoying the long weekend. I hope that you have a great weekend doing something that you enjoy.
This week I held a webinar for some folks who had recently purchased a copy of my eBook, 50 Tech Tuesday Tips. I’ll host a free one-hour webinar for any school that purchases ten or more copies of my eBook. I’m also happy to speak at your school or conference. Click here to learn more.
These were the week’s most popular posts:
1. Ten Popular Back-to-School Tutorials for Teachers
2. Two Alternatives to Kami for Annotating PDFs
3. How to Use PowerPoint Cameo
4. Schoolytics – Quickly Find the Information You Need to Help Your Students Succeed
5. Quizalize Games – Turn Any Quiz Into an Epic Game
6. Tract Now Offers Guides for Project-based Learning
7. Worldle Daily – A Street View Game
I’ll Come You!
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