Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Top 10 Most Read Posts of all time on EdTechGuy

In the tradition of doing Top Most/Best/etc lists at the end of the year, I decided to do a list of the Top 10 Most Read posts of all time on my blog. One or two were a bit surprising.

1. Interactive Periodic Table of Elements - surprising! But an excellent site for anyone studying or teaching chemistry.

2. Science Lab Safety and Science Resources - great safety and lesson resources for science teachers

3. Sea Monsters - Nat Geo - ancient sea creatures - another surprising one, but a very interesting site.

4. Great Web 2.0 Resources for Students - some great resources for students to use, including TrackClass, Evernote, Google apps, and Dropbox.

5. Google is Now a Graphing Calculator

6. Inforgraphic on Better Searches on Google

7. Bloom's Taxonomy and Technology - great resources for teachers

8. Technology I Use Everyday as an Educator - great list with how I use the technology to improve efficiency, organization and teaching and learning.

9. Creating a Personal Learning Network - Great primer for educators looking to start or expand their PLN. I made it a permanent page too.

10. 10 Great Free Resources from Discovery Education

Some topics are so popular or I felt that they were very useful, so I created permanent pages for them. These pages have gotten thousands of page views and all came from articles that I had written earlier.

Creating a Personal Learning Network

Google for Educators Resources

Project Based Learning - how to get started, along with resources.

25 Free Resources from Discovery Education

Thanks for reading!

Happy New Year!!!

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