Free Technology for Teachers: Flip, Focus, and Blueberries

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Superior early morning from Maine exactly where the sunshine is shining and it’s likely to be a great working day to participate in exterior. A couple of days in the past I went on a bike journey and found a whole lot of wild Maine blueberries. So just like in Blueberries for Sal, this morning we are heading back with our pails to choose some wild Maine blueberries. Hopefully, we get adequate to save some to have in our pancakes all through the wintertime. I hope that you have a thing equally pleasurable to do this weekend. 

This 7 days I hosted my Search Strategies College students Require to Know webinar. That was the fifth webinar in my summertime collection. Future week I’m web hosting To Geography and Over and above With Google Earth and Maps. I hope you’ll sign up for me!

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3. Five Techniques TARA Can Support You Save Time This Slide
4. PhET Virtual Workshops for Teachers
5. Double Rainbow Lessons!
6. Timelapse and Digital Area Vacation – The Excellent Salt Lake
7. How to Seize and Markup Web Internet pages in Microsoft Edge

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