Good morning from Maine where the sun is rising and I’m about to head out on an early morning bike ride. Before I do that I have this quick week in review to share with you.
This week I didn’t host any webinars as I spent four days working on developing new materials about search strategies including developing a new search challenge for students. I also took a day off this week to go to the ocean with my family. We went looking for puffins and found hundreds of them! Unfortunately, I forgot to take my good camera with me so I don’t have any good pictures. Oh well, that’s a good excuse to go looking for puffins again later this summer. If you’d like to learn more about puffins in Maine, visit the Audubon Society’s Project Puffin website.
These were the week’s most popular posts:
1. Collect Chat – Turn a Google Form Into a Chatbot
2. Getting Started With Google Forms – The Basics and More
3. See the Elements Present in Common Products – The Periodic Table in Pictures and Words
4. Three Places to Find Fun and Interesting Math Problems
5. Add PhET Simulations to Your PowerPoint Slides
6. Challenge – Introduce Students to Academic Search Engines and Databases
7. GitMind – A Collaborative Mind Mapping and Outlining Tool
On the Road Again!
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This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission. Sites that steal my (Richard Byrne’s) work include CloudComputin and WayBetterSite. Featured image captured by Richard Byrne.