The following were the five most popular posts for my Teach Science and Math blog for the month of August 2010.
However, before I go to the list I want to thank everyone who has Tweeted, emailed, linked to, or otherwise shared links to these most popular and other posts.
The month of August was the best so far for my blog. The Teach Science and Math blog set record highs for unique visits, page views, and new subscribers. I am glad my blogging efforts are providing valuable resources for everyone who teaches science and math.
Most Popular Posts
- How to Integrate Wolfram Alpha into Science and Math Classes - Wolfram Alpha provides calculates and provides comprehensive answers to most any science or math question. Unlike other search sources, you and your students can ask questions in plain language or various forms of abbreviated notation.
- How to Use LiveBinders in Science and Math Education – LiveBinders is a web 2.0 tool which provides the ability to save and organize materials for your science or math class.
- How to Use Twitter to Stay Informed in Science and Math – A Web 2.0 tool is available for exploiting the every growing information on Twitter and this new online tool is paper.li – a source of daily Twitter newsletters in education.
- 5 Creative Ways to Use Flip Cameras in Science and Math – The Flip camera is great for all types of projects in science and math – at any grade level.
- 12 Mobile Learning Science Applications for the iPod Touch – free digital applications for teaching and learning science, which will engage students and improve their understanding of science content.
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David R. Wetzel’s education includes a Ph.D. in Science Education from George Mason University (2000) and a Master’s Degree in Science and Math Education from Old Dominion University.
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