Free technology for teachers: work, spaces and cakes.
Good morning from Maine where we enjoyed the beautiful autumn weather. The nights are cool, the days are hot and sunny, and the leaves are changing to vibrant shades of red, yellow and orange. My daughters can’t wait for me to jump on the big piles of leaves. I hope you plan some fun this weekend too. These were the most popular posts of the week:
1. Tasked – A complete project planning solution for teachers and students.
2. Two new Google documents to note.
3. How to convert a spreadsheet into multimedia flash cards.
4. The science of cake! – and 83 other food science lessons.
5. How to add a watermark to Google Docs.
6. Five features of Google Earth for teachers.
7. Vacancies – Occupy and celebrate student development.
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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.