April 2022 has come and gone. Where there was snow on the ground at the start of the month there is now some green grass poking up. It felt like a busy month for me as I hosted some webinars and started planning for some summer workshops. Stay tuned for some announcements next week about the summer PD events that I’ll be hosting.
As I do at the end of every month, I’ve compiled a list of the ten most popular posts of the month. Take a look at the list below and see if there’s anything interesting that you missed in April.
These were the most popular posts in April:
1. It’s Patriots’ Day! Resources for Learning About the Start of the American Revolution
2. Thank Your School Librarians! And Ask Them for Help!
3. A Calendar of Social Emotional Learning Activities
4. Three Good Tools for Creating Infographics
5. Seven Activities for National Poetry Month
6. Using Branching Logic in Microsoft Forms to Provide Directions
7. Annotate PDFs With Lumin PDF – Free for Teachers
8. New Chrome Web Store Badges Might Help You Pick Better Extensions
9. A Few Good Resources for Learning How Blockchain Works
10. Ten Fun Things for Students to Map
I’m going back on the road this summer to host professional development workshops in-person! If you’d like to have me come to your school, please get in touch with me soon.
Spring and Summer Webinars
I conduct professional development webinars throughout the year. I’ll host a free one-hour webinar for any school or group that purchases ten or more copies of 50 Tech Tuesday Tips.
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