Free technology for teachers: Docs, Guesses, and Hats

Good morning from Maine where it definitely feels like a fall. This week I had to break my stock of winter hats (my Canadian friends called them Tuk). It is cheaper to wear a hat and sweater than to turn on the furnace. Before I had kids, I always tried to get the heat on until November. It was made for some cold nights in mid-October. Now that I have young children who arrive in October without changing the heat, it’s a win.

Anyway, this weekend we’re wearing our hats and sweaters and going to watch a football game. We will spend some time playing in the piles of leaves because now there are enough piles on the ground to form some piles. I hope you have some fun plans for your weekend as well.

These were the most popular posts of the week:

1. Features two new Google Docs to note.

7. Track-project-based, peer-to-peer learning.

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This post was originally published on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you look elsewhere, it has been used without permission. Sites that steal my (Richard Burns’) work include cloud computing and the Way Better site. Featured photo by Richard Byrne.

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