Writing it has made me a better teacher for my students, and I hope it’s been helpful to others.
My Feedburner statistics, along with the stats of several other edubloggers, went a bit haywire last month. Based on what they were saying prior to that time, I think I have about 8,000 daily subscribers, plus close to a thousand additional people who get my monthly newsletter (Feedburner now says I have 25,000 subscribers, but I’m not that deluded).
I appreciate the people I have met — online or in person — through this blog, and everything I have learned from you.
Thanks, and forward to another year!
In addition to the above few words, I thought people might find it interesting to see what have been the most popular posts since this blog began. As I do usually when I share my most popular posts, I’m providing two separate lists — the most popular “The Best…” lists and the most popular ones that were not “The Best…” lists.
Here are they are:
The Most Popular “The Best…” Lists Over The Past Three Years: