It’s hard to believe – 365 flew by so quickly. This year I graduated from Johns Hopkins, left Baltimore, moved back to Houston, got my first apartment on my own, and started a new job at a wonderful school. I’m so grateful for my life, as I am surrounded by amazing colleagues, loving friends and family, and am blessed with a stable job.
Plus, I’ve been able to start a blog that so many of you frequent! I never thought that this little edtech site would become so popular. Thanks to all of you, this year over 110,000 people visited the blog and read my posts!
Here are the ones that were most popular this year:
- 21st Century Icebreakers: 10 Ways To Get To Know Your Students with Technology
- Bouncy Balls: A Fun Way To Monitor Classroom Noise Level
- 10 Educational Technology Quotes
- Word Clouds and 8 Ways to Use Them!
- 5 Online Comic Creators
- 10 Ways to Use Pinterest in the Classroom
Looking at these, it seems like the posts that give specific examples of how tools can be used in the classroom are the most popular, so my resolution for the blog for the next year is to focus more on classroom implementation when talking about new tools!
Thanks for the fantastic year, and see you in 2013!