This week the #1 spot goes to Advice from the Twitter Hashtag Queen. It addresses why I always use “#” in my tweets and provides a list of hashtags for connecting with others who share your interests. Next up is Sites for Using iPads in Education. iPads are hot, hot, hot...so I’m not surprised this post with recommendations from Apple made it to the top. Rounding out the top three is Why I will no longer work to differentiate instruction. Thanks to Tom Welch for pointing out a shift in language and perspective makes a big difference.
The next two in the top five provide information on a free guide that empowers teens unhappy with their educational experience to reclaim their learning by leaving school.
- Free Guide Empowers Teens to Leave School and Reclaim Learning
- Guide Provides Teens with Innovative Way To Take Ownership of Their Learning - Leave School
|Advice from the Twitter Hashtag Queen|
|May 22, 2011, 4 comments||2,094 Pageviews|
|Sites for Using iPads in Education|
|May 18, 2011, 1 comment||2,002 Pageviews|
|Why I will no longer work to differentiate instruction|
|May 18, 2011, 9 comments||1680 Pageviews|
|Guide Provides Teens with An Innovative Way To Take Ownership of Their Learning|
|May 23, 2011, 5 comments||1563 Pageviews|
|Free Guide Empowers Teens to Leave School and Reclaim their Learning|
|May 16, 2011, 1 comment||1222 Pageviews|
|7 Solutions for Educators Who Want 21st Century Students to Tune In|
|Apr 25, 2011, 16 comments||1156 Pageviews|
|Want to be learn how to be a great math teacher? Have a #MathChat|
|Ten Ways To Confuse a Child: Education Edition|
|May 20, 2011, 6 comments||796 Pageviews|
|Educators Need to Get Their Heads INTO The Clouds ...|
|Mar 29, 2011, 2 comments||613 Pageviews|
|Breaking Free from the Boring Prison of School|
|May 24, 2011, 2 comments||533 Pageviews|
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