Expeditions, Search, and 202 Miles on a Bike – The Week in Review

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Good afternoon from Maine where today I’m recuperating after riding my bike for 202 miles yesterday. The ride was part of a fundraiser for the Fast Freddie Foundation that gives bicycles and safety equipment to underprivileged kids all over the United States. Fast Freddie Rodriguez (pictured with me) is a retired professional cyclist whose record includes four national championships and winner of the Tour de France’s green jersey. It was a pleasure to ride with him for the whole day yesterday, but I’m a bit tired today so I’m taking it easy. I hope that wherever you are this weekend that you have time for relaxation too.

These were the week’s most popular posts:
1. Google Expeditions is Now Available on Chromebooks!
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3. How to Use the Math Manipulatives in SeeSaw
4. A Great Guide to Capturing Oral Biographies
5. Virtual Reality Smells
6. The Joy of Search – Get a Sample Chapter and Learn a Great Search Strategy
7. Now You Can Share Kahoot Games in Microsoft Teams

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