Saturday, June 16, 2012

Most Read Articles on Ed Tech Guy from past week

I'm recovering from injections to my back for my herniated discs and relaxing this weekend. Monday is graduation and Tuesday is the last day of school. This summer I'll be attending a couple of educational conferences, running and EMS Instructor training program and taking a couple of short trips. One trip is to Philly, which we fell in love with at ISTE last year. And, part of the trip, thanks to my wife, is a visit to the Philly Zoo and a meet-and-great with a tiger. Should be fun!

Here are the most read posts from the past week: And don't forget to check the posts on Friday.They don't always have time to become the most read, but there are usually some good ones there (and of course  check out all of the articles on the site). Peruse some of the older ones also.

1. 10 Technology Skills Every Educator Should Have

2. 4 Ways Technology Helps To Diversify Education

3. Plagiarism of my blog happening right now

4. Physion - free Physics Simulation Software

5. A Great Blog post on teacher uses of Evernote

6.  Conceptboard - visual collaboration on ideas and documents

7. EdTech Magazine's 50 Must Read EdTech Blogs & my additions to list

8. Aviary launches free mobile app photo editor for iOS & Android

9. Thank you and Farewell to TeachPaperless Blog

Don't forget to check out the permanent pages at the top of the site too! There are some great resources here. 

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