7 Best Posts of March 2014

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March was another record month for Brilliant or Insane, as we posted informative and entertaining content daily about education, Cleveland, sports, pop culture and more. With more new subscribers and page views than any month in our history, finding the most popular posts was a difficult, albeit thrilling, task. Here are the top 7 posts from March of 2014:

  1. 6 Ways to Energize Your Lessons: Our education expert, Reed Gillespie, continued to engage readers, with these hot tips.
  2. 10 Ways Social Media Will Transform Your School: Mark Barnes shares ways that social media is impacting the classroom more than ever.
  3. LeBron James Is Coming Back to Cleveland: This intriguing post includes a hypothetical conversation between Cavaliers owner, Dan Gilbert, and James. Do you think it happened?
  4. 5 Things Ellen Degeneres Did to Save the Oscars: If a show ever needed saving, this four-hour epic did, and the hilarious comedian came through. You won’t believe how she did it.
  5. Olympic Gold Medalists to Headline Dancing with the Stars: New Brilliant or Insane editor, Anna Turner, adds her typical pizzazz to this interesting post.
  6. A Winning Idea Born from Losing, Much Losing: Cleveland blogger, Zach Fenell, shares this entertaining story about a man chronicling a lifetime of suffering as a Cleveland sports fan.
  7. Twitter, Facebook, Google or Pinterest? We are there: Readers love this quick-reference social media address book for Brilliant or Insane.
So, which is your favorite post?
From Brilliant or Insane staff reports
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Mark Barnes is the Founder of Times 10 Publications, which produces the popular Hack Learning Series -- books and other series that provide right-now solutions for teachers and learners. Mark is the author or publisher of dozens of books, including Bestseller Hacking Education: 10 Quick Fixes for Every School. Barnes presents internationally on assessment, connected education, and Hack Learning. Join more than 150,000 interested educators who follow @markbarnes19 on Twitter.

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