This series used to be called “The Most Popular Posts Of The Week.”

However, Google has changed their analytics program and, for the life of me, I can’t seem to figure out how to transition to it.

And, since the popularity of posts has never affected what I post in the least, I figure now I’ll just list my choices for the best posts that have appeared here in the past week (or two).

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Here are my choices for the past week (or two):

THE BEST RESOURCES FOR TEACHING ABOUT THE 2024 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

VIDEO: THE ONE SUPER BOWL AD – SO FAR – USEFUL IN ELL CLASSES

MY FOUR “GO-TO” TEACHER TIPS

INVITE STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PROJECT TO COLLECT COVID STORIES

PADLET UNVEILS COOL NEW AI-POWERED “MAGIC PADLET” FEATURE FOR TEACHERS

“BLUESKY” OPENS UP TO EVERYONE – & THE EDUCATION SOCIAL MEDIA WORLD BECOMES EVEN MORE FRACTURED

I CREATED ANOTHER CHATBOT FOR ELL TEACHERS & IT SEEMS TO BE RELATIVELY DECENT?

“WHAT’S THAT LESSON GOT TO DO WITH ME? HOW TO HELP STUDENTS SEE THE RELEVANCE”

A FORGOTTEN (BY ME!) GEM THAT HAS BEEN REDISCOVERED (BY ME & MY STUDENTS): ESL VIDEO

“STORIES BY ANGRIS” IS THE EASIEST TOOL OUT THERE FOR CREATING “CHOOSE-YOUR-OWN ADVENTURE” STORIES

LISTEN TO AN INTERVIEW WITH…ME, ABOUT MY LATEST BOOK ON STUDENT MOTIVATION

IT’S THE SEVENTEEN-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THIS BLOG!

RESEARCH REDUX: THE PRESENCE OF IMMIGRANT STUDENTS HELPS EVERYBODY

GOOGLE’S AI TOOL, BARD, NOW HAS TEXT-TO-IMAGE CAPABILITY

I’M TRYING OUT WHAT IS PROBABLY MY TENTH (AT LEAST!) DIFFERENT ATTEMPT AT A STUDENT GOAL-SETTING STRATEGY – WISH US LUCK!