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.


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


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