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December 21, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Most Popular Posts Of The Year — 2009

I write a monthly piece sharing the most popular posts that appear in this blog — the ones that are most “clicked-on.” You can see these monthly lists at Most Popular Blog Posts.

I figured it would be interesting to readers, and to me, to see which ones were the most popular during the entire year.

Here are The Most Popular Posts Of The Year — 2009 (divided between “The Best…” lists and non-list posts):

MOST POPULAR “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Places To Get Royalty-Free Music & Sound Effects

2. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2009

3. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

4. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2007

5. The Best Sites To Learn About Valentine’s Day

6. The Best Sites For K-12 Beginning English Language Learners

7. The Best Sites For Learning About The Presidential Inauguration

8. The Best Teacher Resources For “Foldables”

9. The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom

10. The Best Websites For Learning About Halloween

THE TOP TEN POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. Answers To “What Do You Do On The First Day Of School?”

2. What Do You Do To Keep Students (& You!) Focused Near The End Of The School Year?

3. Free Rider 2

4. More Student-Created Resources On The Swine Flu

5. “Order In The Library”

6. The “Most Popular” Blogs That Might Also Be Useful To Educators

7. What Do You Do When You’re Having A Bad Day At School?

8. What Do You Do On The Last Day Of Class? (Part Two)

9. What Do You Do When You Have A Few Minutes Left In Class?

10. Reading Logs — Part Two (or “How Students Can Grow Their Brains”)

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November 27, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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October & November’s Most Popular Posts

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the months of October and November (usually I do them for each individual month, but didn’t get around to writing one in October). These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP EIGHT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2009

2. The Best Websites For Learning About Halloween

3. The Best Sites To Learn & Teach About Thanksgiving

4. The Best Online Resources About Christopher Columbus

5. The Best Teacher Resources For “Foldables”

6. The Best Websites To Help Beginning Readers

7. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

8. The Best Sites That Students Can Use Independently And Let Teachers Check On Progress

THE TOP EIGHT POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. A Few Simple Ways To Introduce Reluctant Colleagues To Technology

2. How To Get A Discount When Ordering My Book

3. When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!)

4. Great Picture Book Maker

5. “I Like This Lesson Because It Make Me Have a Longer Temper” (Part One)

6. Do Teachers REALLY Come From The Bottom Third Of Colleges? Or Is That Statistic A Bunch Of Baloney?

7. “Funniest videos about teaching / learning English”

8. Reading Logs — Part Two (or “How Students Can Grow Their Brains”)

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October 11, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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September’s Most Popular Posts (A Little Late)

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the month of September.  These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP EIGHT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Sites To Help Teach About 9/11

2. The Best Twitterers For Sharing Resource Links

3. The Best Websites To Help Beginning Readers

4. The Twenty Blogs I Read First…

5. The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom

6. The Best “Fun” Sites You Can Use For Learning, Too — 2009

7. The Best Online Learning Games — 2009

8. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

THE TOP EIGHT POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. Answers To “What Do You Do On The First Day Of School?”

2. Reading Logs — Part Two (or “How Students Can Grow Their Brains”)

3. When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!)

4. “Now I Know My Brain Is Growing When I Read Every Night”

5. How To Get A Discount When Ordering My Book

6. “10 Interesting Ways To Use A Wiki In The Classroom”

7. “The Ten Worst Teaching Mistakes”

8. Helping Students Develop Self-Control

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August 31, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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August’s Most Popular Posts

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the month of August.  These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP TEN “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Twitterers For Sharing Resource Links

2. The Best Teacher Resources For “Foldables”

3. The Best Collections Of Online Educational Games

4. The Best Places Where Students Can Write For An “Authentic Audience”

5. The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom

6. The Best Collections Of Web 2.0 Tools For Education

7. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

8. The Best Websites To Help Beginning Readers

9. The Best Sources For Advice On Using Flip Video Cameras

10. The Best Resources To Learn About Copyright Issues

THE TOP TEN POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. Answers To “What Do You Do On The First Day Of School?”

2. What Do You Do On The First Day Of School?

3. What Do You Do When You Have A Few Minutes Left In Class?

4. “Fifty Stimulating Classroom Starters”

5. What Do You To Make Sure Small Groups Work Well In Class?

6. Have You Ever Taught A Class That “Got Out Of Control”?

7. The Differentiator

8. “Top 15 Most Popular Web 2.0 Websites”

9. Storytlr Is Fantastic!

10. Good Intro & Overview Of New Web 2.0 Tools

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG (not including sources like Stumbleupon, Delicious, Twitter, etc):

1. Teacher Magazine

2. Free Technology For Teachers

3. Lexiophiles

4. TEFL.net

5. Classtools.net

6. Middleweb

7. Classroom 2.0

8. TechCrunch

9. EFL Classroom 2.0

10. The Edublogger

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July 29, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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July’s Most Popular Posts

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the month of July.  These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP TEN “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Listening Sites For English Language Learners

2. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

3. The Best Teacher Resources For “Foldables”

4. The Best Web 2.0 applications for Education 2007

5. The Best Places To Get Royalty-Free Music & Sound Effects

6. The Best Sites To Learn About The U.S. Financial Crisis

7. The Best Websites To Help Beginning Readers

8. The Best Sites To Help ELL’s Learn Idioms & Slang

9. The Best Collections Of Web 2.0 Tools For Education

10. The Best Twitterers For Sharing Resource Links

THE TOP TEN POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. What Do You Do On The First Day Of School?

2. What Do You Do When You Have A Few Minutes Left In Class?

3. What Do You Do On The Last Day Of Class? (Part Two)

4. Where To Find The Most Popular News Stories On The Web

5. “Interesting Ways” Series On Using Web 2.0 Apps In Schools

6. Michael Jackson’s Death & English Language Learners

7. PostRank’s Ten “Most Engaged” Education Blogs

8. “Newsy” Is Neat!

9. The Most Popular “Bookmarks” On The Web

10. June’s Best “Tweets”

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG (not including sources like Stumbleupon, Delicious, Twitter, etc):

1. Free Technology For Teachers

2. Classroom 2.0

3. Colorin Colorado

4. EFL Classroom 2.0

5. Interesting Pile

6. Lexiophiles

7. TechCrunch

8. The Edublogger

9. Mashable

10. Ressources Pour Le College

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June 29, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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June’s Most Popular Posts

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the month of June.  These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP TEN “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Collections Of Online Educational Games

2. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

3. The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom

4. The Best Resources For Beginning To Learn What Twitter Is All About

5. The Best Places To Read & Write “Choose Your Own Adventure” Stories

6. The Best “I Spy” (Hidden Object) Games For Vocabulary Development

7. The Best Sites Where Students Can Work Independently & Let Teachers Check On Progress

8. The Best Teacher Resources For “TED Talks”

9. The Best Places To Get Royalty-Free Music & Sound Effects

10. The Best Online Videos Showing ESL/EFL Teachers In The Classroom

THE TOP TEN POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. What Do You Do On The Last Day Of Class (Part Two)?

2. What Do You Do To Keep Students (And You!) Focused Near The End Of The Year?

3. The “Most Popular” Blogs That Might Also Be Useful To Educators

4. What Do You Do When You Have A Few Minutes Left In Class?

5. “Interesting Ways” Series On Using Web 2.0 Apps In Schools

6. Free Rider 2

7. “New” Color Photos Of Hitler

8. Reflections On The School Year — Share Your Own!

9. My Verdict On Twitter

10. When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!)

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG (not including sources like Stumbleupon, Delicious, Twitter, etc):

1. Ressources Pour Le College

2. Teacher Magazine

3. BuzzFlash

4. Classroom 2.0

5. Making Teachers Nerdy

6. Free Technology For Teachers

7. The Education Wonks

8. I Want To Teach Forever

9. EFL Classroom 2.0

10. Colorin Colorado

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May 29, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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May’s Most Popular Posts

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the month of May.  These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP TEN “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Sites For Learning About The Swine Flu Outbreak

2. The Best Online Videos Showing ESL/EFL Teachers In The Classroom

3. The Best Places To Get Royalty-Free Music & Sound Effects

4. The Best Sites For Teaching & Learning About Cinco de Mayo

5. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

6. The Best “I Spy” (Hidden Object) Games For Vocabulary Development

7. The Best Places To Read & Write “Choose Your Own Adventure” Stories

8. The Best Web 2.0 applications for Education 2007

9. The Best Sites Where Students Can Work Independently & Let Teachers Check On Progress

10. The Best Digital Storytelling Resources

THE TOP TEN POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. What Do You Do To Keep Students (And You!) Focused Near The End Of The Year?

2. “Order In The Library”

3. More Student-Created Resources On The Swine Flu

4. What Do You Do When You Have A Few Minutes Left In Class?

5. My “Verdict” On Twitter

6. What’s The Link Between Health & Education?

7. What Do You Do On The Last Day Of Class?

8. Free Rider 2

9. Blerp Is A Winner

10. Wallwisher Is A Winner — Big Time!

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG (not including sources like Stumbleupon, Delicious, Twitter, etc):

1. Free Technology For Teachers

2. Classroom 2.0

3. Making Teachers Nerdy

4. Teacher Magazine

5. Learning The Language

6. EFL Classroom 2.0

7. TechCrunch

8. Interesting Pile

9. English Companion Ning

10. Teacher Training Videos

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April 30, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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April’s Most Popular Posts

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the month of March.  These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP TEN “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Sources For Ideas On How To Use Technology With English Language Learners

2. The Best Earth Day Sites

3. The Best Places To Get Royalty-Free Music & Sound Effects

4. The Best Sites For Learning About Easter & Passover

5. The Best Places Where Students Can Write For An “Authentic Audience”

6. The Best Websites For Learning About Modern & Historical Pirates

7. The Best Digital Storytelling Resources

8. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

9. The Best Web 2.0 applications for Education 2007

10. The Best Sites For K-12 Intermediate English Language Learners

11. The Best Sites For Learning About The Swine Flu Outbreak

THE TOP TEN POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. Post Rank’s Ranking Of The Top Education Blogs

2. What Do You Do When You’re Having A Bad Day At School?

3. Wallwisher Is A Winner — Big Time!

4. When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!)

5. Virtual Grammar Lab

6. ESL Carnival

7. Another Good Collection of Web 2.0 Tools

8. Have You Ever Taught A Class That “Got Out Of Control”?

9. Free Rider 2

10. Excellent Immigration Graphic

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG (not including sources like Stumbleupon, Delicious, Twitter, etc):

1. Learning The Language

2. Making Teachers Nerdy

3. Interesting Pile

4. EFL Classroom 2.0

5. English Companion Ning

6. Free Technology For Teachers

7. TechCrunch

8. Classroom 2.0

9. Bloomingdale School District 13

10. The Edublogger

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March 29, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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March’s Most Popular Posts

This post contains a listing of the most popular posts in this blog during the month of March,  These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

THE TOP TEN “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Places To Get Royalty-Free Music & Sound Effects

2. The Best Sites For Learning About St. Patrick’s Day (and April Fool’s Day)

3. The Best Sites For Learning About Easter & Passover

4. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

5. The Best Sites For Learning About Cesar Chavez

6. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2007

7. The Best Websites To Help Beginning Readers

8. The Best Sites For Free ESL/EFL Hand-Outs & Worksheets

9. The Best Online Learning Games — 2008

10. The Best “Cause-Related” Online Learning Games

THE TOP TEN POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. Have You Ever Taught A Class That “Got Out Of Control”?

2. Virtual Grammar Lab

3. Free Rider 2

4. Accessible Multiple Intelligence Test

5. Awesome Stories Has Just Gotten More “Awesome”

6. 100 English Lessons

7. Two Excellent Sites For Beginning Readers

8. Excellent Immigration Graphic

9. How Do You Find The Right Camera, Camcorder, Computer, Etc.?

10. Superb English Site Back Online

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG (not including sources like Stumbleupon, Delicious, Twitter, etc):

1. Making Teachers Nerdy

2. JimmyR

3. Core Knowledge

4. EFL Classroom 2.0

5. I Want To Teach Forever

6. Interesting Pile

7. Ressources Pour Le College

8. TechCrunch

9. Classroom 2.0

10. The Edublogger

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February 27, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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February’s Most Popular Blog Posts

January 29, 2009
by Larry Ferlazzo
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January’s Most Popular Posts

December 29, 2008
by Larry Ferlazzo
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The Most Popular Posts Of 2008

I thought people might be interested in seeing a listing of the most popular posts of the year — the ones that have been “clicked-on” the most during 2008:

THE TOP “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2007

2. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

3. The Best Online Learning Games — 2007

4. The Best Websites To Help Beginning Readers

5. The Best Online Learning Games — 2008

6. The Best Internet Sites For English Language Learners — 2007

7. The Best Ways For Students (And Anyone Else!) To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly, and Painlessly

8. The Best Websites For Beginning Older Readers

9. The Best Music Websites For Learning English

10. The Best Websites For K-12 Writing Instruction/Reinforcement

11. The Best Internet Sites For English Language Learners — 2008

12. The Best Sites To Practice Speaking English

13. The Best Web 2.0 Applications for ESL/EFL Learners — 2007

THE TOP POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. Poptropica

2. Free Rider 2

3. Tutpup Math and Spelling Games

4. When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!) (this is “sort of” a “The Best…” list, but not really)

5. The List of “Top 50 Education Blogs”

6. Make a Face

7. Free Brainpop Election Movies

8. Maintaining A “Good” Class

9. Spelling City

10. ESL/EFL Sister Classes Project

11. Excellent Online Language Program

12. Academic Language

13. Listen & Read

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG:

1. Edublogs

2. Classroom 2.0

3. The Edublogger

4. EFL Classroom 2.0

5. Ressources Pour Le College

6. Learning The Language

7. TechCrunch

8. The Edublog Awards

9. Langwitches

10. Creating Lifelong Learners

11. Live Mocha

12. Teacher Training Videos

13. eLearning Post

You can see the most popular posts for each month at Most Popular Blog Posts.

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December 28, 2008
by Larry Ferlazzo
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December’s Most Popular Posts

November 26, 2008
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Most Popular Blog Posts In November

Here are the most popular posts for this month.   These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You can see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

TOP SIX “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

2. The Sites To Learn And Teach About Thanksgiving

3. The Best Social Studies Websites — 2008

4. The Best Online Learning Games — 2008

5. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2007

6. The Best Online Sources For Images

THE TOP SIX POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. “The Best…” Lists Reorganized

2. Free Rider 2

3. Tutpup Math and Spelling Games

4. A Good Question For Classroom Management

5. An Exceptional Reading & Writing Site

6. Barack Obama Lesson Plan

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG:

1. The Edublog Awards

2. Teacher Training Videos

3. The Edublogger

4. EFL Classroom 2.0

5. Teaching Every Student

6. Ressources Pour Le College

7. Learning The Language

8. Edublogs

9. Lexiophiles

10. TechCrunch

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October 30, 2008
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Most Popular Posts In October

Here are the most popular posts for this month.   These are the ones that have been most “clicked-on,” and are different from my Websites Of The Month. Those are the posts that I personally think are the best and most helpful.

Because of the popularity of my “The Best…” lists, it should be pointed out that often the most clicked-on posts are not necessarily ones that I wrote that month. Instead, they might have been written earlier, but then one of these older ones has just been highlighted elsewhere and all of a sudden become popular.

You see previous reports on my Most Popular Posts here.

TOP SIX “THE BEST” LISTS:

1. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

2. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2007

3. The Best Online Resources About Christopher Columbus

4. The Best Sites To Learn About U.S. Presidential Elections

5. The Best Websites For Learning About Halloween

6. The Best Websites For Beginning Older Readers

THE TOP SIX POSTS THAT WERE NOT “THE BEST…” LISTS:

1. Poptropica

2. Tutpup Math and Spelling Games

3. Free Brainpop Election Movies

4. One Of The Coolest Music Tools Ever!

5. Listen and Read

6. Free Rider 2

TOP TRAFFIC SOURCES TO THIS BLOG:

1. Teachers Love Smartboards

2. Classroom 2.0

3. TechCrunch

4. Edublogs

5. Learning The Language

6. Ressources Pour Le College

7. EFL Classroom 2.0

8. Lexiophiles

9. Jog The Web

10. Learning Technology Teacher Development Blog

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September 29, 2008
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Most Popular Posts in September

As I mentioned earlier, I am going to start listing each month’s most popular posts, and compiling them at Most Popular Posts.

Since my “The Best…” lists are always by far the posts that get the largest number of “hits,” I’ll list the top five of them and then the top five non-”The Best…” lists:

1. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

2. The Best Internet Sites For English Language Learners — 2008

3. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2007

4. The Best Online Learning Games — 2008

5. The Best Sites To Learn About U.S. Presidential Elections

And, now, for the top five posts that are not “The Best…” lists:

1. Free Brainpop Election Movies

2. iKnow! Has Extraordinary Potential

3. Sarah Palin Slideshow

4. My Favorite Posts

5. Listen & Read
And top traffic sources to this blog are:

1. Ressources Pour Le College

2. Classroom 2.0

3. Jog The Web

4. Lexiophiles

5. EFL Classroom 2.0

6. Edublogs

7. The Edublogger

8. SMD Teacher

9. iLearn Technology

10. Learning Technology Teacher Development Blog

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September 21, 2008
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Most Popular Posts

Regular readers know that I write a post at the end of each month highlighting the ten posts I think are the most useful that have been published in the previous thirty days. You can find these at Websites Of The Month.

Later this month, I’m also going to add another feature where I list the ten most popular posts — the ones that visitors to this blog have “clicked-on” the most.

In preparation for this new monthly feature, I thought I would list the ten most popular posts since this blog began nineteen months ago.  In addition, since all the most popular posts are “The Best…” lists, I decided in this nineteen month summary to also list the ten most popular posts that weren’t “The Best…” lists.

I’ve placed a link at the top of the screen where readers will be able access all the monthly “Most Popular Post” reports.

Here are ten most popular posts — all “The Best…” lists:

1. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2007

2. The Best Online Learning Games — 2007

3. The Best Websites To Help Beginning Readers

4. The Best Internet Sites For English Language Learners — 2007

5. The Best Of The Best — 2007/08

6. The Best Ways For Students (And Anyone Else!) To Create Online Content Easily, Quickly, and Painlessly

7. The Best Web 2.0 Applications for ESL/EFL Learners — 2007

8. The Best Online Learning Games — 2008

9. The Best Websites For Beginning Older Readers

10. The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education — 2008

And now for the ten most popular posts that were not “The Best…” lists:

1. Create A Medieval Tapestry

2. Poptropica

3. When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!)

4. Free Rider 2

5. Tutpup Math and Spelling Games

6. Make a Face

7. The List of “Top 50 Education Blogs”

8. Excellent Online Language Program

9. Animated Idioms

10. ESL/EFL Sister Classes Project

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