Pictures, Wolves, and Code – The Week in Review

Good morning from Maine where the sun is rising on what promises to be a fantastic Mother’s Day weekend. Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms that read my blog, especially my mom! We’re doing some gardening this weekend. I hope that you have something fun planned for your weekend as well. 

This was another busy week as I tried to keep some balance between my full-time teaching job, keeping this blog going, hosting a webinar, and training for the Unbound Gravel 200 in early June. When summer finally gets here it will feel like a vacation to just have to worry about hosting the Practical Ed Tech Virtual Summer Camp. I hope you’ll join me then. 

These were the week’s most popular posts:
1.
Ten Good Tools for Telling Stories With Pictures

2.
My Ten Favorite “Hidden” Office 365 Features
3.
Ten Google Workspaces Features for Teachers You Might Be Overlooking
4.
Five Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp FAQs
5.
Blackbird Code – Overview and First Impressions from My Students
6.
Wolves in My Yard and Penguins in My House! – Fun With Augmented Reality in Search
7.
7 Interesting Features You Can Add to Google Sites

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This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission. Sites that steal my (Richard Byrne’s) work include CloudComputin, TodayHeadline, and 711Web. Featured image captured by Richard Byrne.