This Week in Ontario Edublogs

It was yet another good reading if you’re checking out the Edublogs from Ontario Educators.  You can check out the entire list at and see all of the great things that are flying off the fingers of Ontario educators.

From Trustees and Higher Education
Robert Hunking shed some light on the recent consultations from the Ministry of Education dealing with its Early Childhood/Best Start Child and Family Centres.  The program draws a question about the funding from the author.



From Principals, VPs, and Administration
Shannon Smith post a very interesting post dealing with trust.  It garnered some nice replies to her commitment of trust in her schools.  It’s been a long time since I read a blog post twice but I found that I did this time.  A very well written post and something that all administrators should read and ponder.


From K-12 Teachers
You can’t go far wrong with engagement if you’re working with Penguins.  In The Library Rantings of Mrs. R. Malo, take a wander through the eyes of a teacher librarian who spends some time time getting age appropriate reading.  It involved the new reading level recommendations from Google.  This could be a very handy tool for those looking for just the right resource.



From Consultants and SATs
Educator Paul Cornies always has something interesting to read in his Quoteflections blog.  He always seems to find the interest, the odd, the good.  So good, he’s listed in the good section of Alltop.  Earlier this week, he blogged and shared some of his thoughts about trends.  I found that really interesting because I had blogged about trends myself.  His take was a little different.


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