The Week in Review – A Blizzard of Popular Posts

Good morning from snowy Woodstock, Maine where we’ve had two snow storms in the last five days and school was closed was for three days. My dogs and I love to play in the snow so we’re happy whenever it snows. In fact, as soon as this post is finished we’ll be romping around in the snow. I hope that you have something fun planned for the weekend too.

Before I jump into this week’s list of the most popular posts I want to remind you about the Practical Ed Tech weekly newsletter. I started the Practical Ed Tech weekly newsletter at about this time last year. On Sunday evening I send out an email with my favorite tip of the week along with a summary of the post popular posts of the week from FreeTech4Teachers.com. You can subscribe here.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. CommonLit – Thematic Discussion Questions Paired With Interesting Texts
2. How to Search Twitter for Educational Content
3. Three Platforms for Writing Choose Your Own Adventure Stories – A Comparison
4. Twine – An Open-source Program for Writing Choose Your Own Adventure Stories
5. Four Ways to Create Digital Records of Physical Items Your Students Create
6. Read and Download 250+ Art Books from the Getty Museum
7. What the World Eats – A Comparison of Diets

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