Monday, January 3, 2011

I Want to Teach Forever's 10 Most Read Posts of 2010

It's the end of one year and the beginning of another, which means it's the best time to revisit my most read posts of 2010 (as measured by visitors on Google Analytics).  I hope you'll discover or rediscover something that helps you in the new year!

10. The Evolution of Mr. D: New Year-Long Series Starts Tomorrow  (1/4)
  9. Domain and Range Song World Premiere! [Video]  (8/26)
  8. Fun and Easy DIY Tetris-Style Magnetic Blocks  (4/26)
  7. 13 Free Flash Card and Study Help Applications  (1/12)
  6. How NOT to Engage Me With Your Presentation  (10/5)
  5. Simple Graphic Organizer Makes Fractions a Little Less Painful  (3/17)
  4. Engage Students in a Minute with Energizing Brain Breaks  (4/5)
  3. How to Turn Jenga Into an Awesome Test Prep Tool  (3/25)
  2. March Madness Probability Activity & More  (3/16)
  1. Teachers Share Their Best Brain Breaks & Contest Winners!  (4/20)

If you've found something useful, inspirational, or interesting on this blog over the past year(s), there are many easy ways to support it:
  1. Pick up a copy of my latest book, Teaching is Not a Four Letter Word: How to Stop Worrying and Love the Job or my earlier work, Ten Cheap Lessons: Second Edition.
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  4. Click the Share buttons below (or share links on your own blog).
  5. Email me your ideas, questions and suggestions!
Thank you, as always, for your support.

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