So, when Donna Fry gives an order, I do it! The OAME (Ontario Association for Mathematics Education) has assembled a fabulous collection of mathematics resources that they’re calling mathies.ca. It’s a really handy collection or games, tools, activities, and support pages for students and parents. With all that’s assembled here, this should be the oneContinue reading “Fantastic Mathematics Resource”
‘Students of All Majors Should Study Computer Science’ – Letters – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education RT @pbeens: Students of All Majors Should Study Computer Science http://t.co/dqhFq4xzZo tags: via:packrati.us Doug @ Windsor International Airport (YQG) Dropping Bubby off for Edmonton (@ Windsor International Airport (YQG) – @yqg_airport) http://t.co/tREDP1M3M3 tags: via:packrati.us These Are TheContinue reading “OTR Links 11/30/2013”
Here’s a most recent roundup of things of interest coming from the fingertips of Ontario Edubloggers. As always, a great collection of wisdom shares. Check them out and pass along to your colleagues. How Do You Jump Into the Pool? Kristi Kerry Bishop posed a question about change in school that inspired a number ofContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”
How do you do the thingy with the thingy? | MetaFilter How do you do the thingy with the thingy? | MetaFilter http://t.co/iYDjUImz0A tags: via:packrati.us Day 332: Students teaching students | Flickr – Photo Sharing! RT @hdurnin: Why was shop class ever taken away from middle school students? PIc of the day:http://t.co/5pTaKtQM1i Thx @TeacherHann 4…Continue reading “OTR Links 11/29/2013”
Happy Thanksgiving to my US friends and readers. For the date, I could do something emotional or something political but I decided to do something different. As noted in the comments, this could be the greatest moment in sitcom history.