Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

…For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL

Most Popular Posts Of The Month

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I regularly share my picks for the most useful posts of each month. I also have tried publish a list of the month’s most popular posts, based on the number of times they are “clicked-on.” I’m very behind on that one, though.

I also share a list of Post Rank’s analysis of each month’s top posts. Post Rank uses a variety of ways to measure level of “engagement” that readers have with specific blog posts. I have a constantly updated “widget” on my blog’s sidebar that lists these posts, but I thought a monthly post would be helpful/interesting to subscribers who don’t regularly visit the blog itself.

Here are their rankings for the month of April:

  1. The Best Resources For Google Earth Beginners Like Me
  2. Interview Of The Month: Sean Banville, One Of The Hardest Working People In The ESL/EFL World
  3. Tutorials On Making Interactive Infographics
  4. First Chapter of My Book, Hand-Outs & Links Are Now Online For Free
  5. “Why Use Games in the Language Classroom?”
  6. “The Beauty Of Maps”
  7. Ben Franklin’s Daily Schedule
  8. Why Do So Many Ordinarily Thoughtful Columnists “Lose It” When They Write About Schools?
  9. L.A. Times Doesn’t Model Learning From Mistakes — Set To Publicly Rank Thousands Of More Teachers
  10. Study: Reading Books Is Only Out-Of-School Activity That Helps Students Get Better Job Later
  11. Wordlings Is A New Word Cloud Generator
  12. Excellent Info On “Value-Added” Approach To Teacher Evaluation
  13. How We Can Help Our Students Deal With Stress
  14. Why The Start Of The School Day Might Be So Important…
  15. A Collection Of “The Best…” Lists On Infographics
  16. Multiple People Can Upload Images to PhotoCollect
  17. New Marzano Study On “Effort & Recognition”
  18. New Bloom’s Taxonomy Resource
  19. “As The Stakes Go Up, The Validity Goes Down”
  20. Asking “Why Not?” & “What If?” As Well As “Why?”
  21. Another Great Daily Show Video Clip
  22. What Is The “Zeigarnik Effect” & How Did I Apply It In The Classroom Today?
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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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