July’s Most Popular Posts on Free Technology for Teachers
July has come and gone. It’s like yesterday the school year ended and now it looks like we are seeing “back to school” promotions on every website and in every store. With the exception of a few days earlier this month, I’ve been working all summer maintaining this blog, hosting the Practical Ed Tech virtual summer camp, and working on new material for the fall. Hope you were able to enjoy a little break between school years.
Like I do at the end of each month, I’ve scoured Free Technology for Teachers reviews and compiled a list of the month’s most popular posts. Take a look and see if there is anything interesting that you missed in July.
Here are the most popular articles in July:
1.15 updates coming to Google Workspace for Education
2.21 Google Docs Features You Should Know How To Use
3. How to Create Your Own Online Board Game
4. Getting started with Google Forms – The basics and more
5. How to password protect an Edublogs blog
6. See the elements found in common products – The periodic table in pictures and words
7. How to create interactive checklists in Google Docs
8. Collect chat – Turn a Google form into a chatbot
9. Free music for class projects
10. Three places to find fun and interesting math problems
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