These posts had the most traffic in 2014:
1. "What is the Mindset of a Maker Educator?" Resources Mentioned in Edcamp Online, Oct 25
3. 10 Popular Pinterest Boards for End-of-the-Year Classroom Activity Ideas, May 5
4. 5 Tech Tools, Innumerable Possibilities -- from the Hawaii #GafeSummit, Mar 29
Judging from this list, readers found my curation posts the most useful, so-o-o-o, I will be writing more about my finds in 2015!
My 6 personal favorites are:
1. Our Library's Sixth Annual Keiki Christmas Storytelling Hour -- A Winter Wonderland of Fun!, Dec 24 ( FUN! )
2. How to Password Protect a Google Form -- a Quick-Start Visual for Download, Dec 6 ( So useful! )
3. How to Schedule Appointments with Google Forms Add-On Choice Eliminator, A Tutorial by Sean Junkins, Oct 25 ( Useful as well! )
4. 4 Things I Learned from Maui's First Student-Led TEDxYouth Event, Apr 30 ( Heartfelt! )
5. 5 Tech Tools, Innumerable Possibilities -- from the Hawaii #GafeSummit, Mar 29 ( Fantastic event! )
6. For #WRAD14, A Hangout with Matthew Winner & A Student Who Didn't Learn to Read Until She Was 10, Feb 26 ( Two inspiring human beings! )
I love to learn and share (me and a million other educators)! And I've found blogging to be just the ticket -- for myself, and for others who drop in to visit my blog ( Thank you! ).
If you're thinking of blogging, JUST START!
Yes, there are quite a few exclamation marks in this post. It's an exclamation mark k!nd of day! ☺