“However, generally speaking, there is a set of some excellent web tools that every teacher should try with their students and below are the top 10 I personally use and recommend others to use. I limited the list to only ten tools but there is of course a myriad of other web services to use and we refer you to Educational Web Tools section to learn more about them.”
RT @alfredtwo: U.S. Teachers Win at Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012 Global Forum : http://t.co/dyAIszxi
U.S. Teachers Win at Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012 Global Forum – Congratulations Michigan – http://t.co/HDiGaPo2 via @Shareaholic
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