** Not your ordinary, endless list - just what's number 1.
With that in mind and with the thought that he is not as appreciated as he should be (and there are a few others in this category) - I'm happy to add him to the #1 series. This series wouldn't be complete or have any integrity without him.
Larry should be added to any teacher's reader, to any twitter account, to any blog sidebar. If you haven't - do it now, so others will "get the goods".
What I really like about Larry is that he is so fair and impartial. That's always a sign of a great educator. He doesn't judge a tool or resource - like a good journalist, he just notes the pluses and minuses and let's you decide. I wish I could be so impartial and non-interfering!
To end, let me list the ways Larry helps the wider community.
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