This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Another week has passed.  I think this week has been a little slower than others because it’s just been so darn cold.  All this in-house time has given lots of time for blog reading though.  Here’s some of what I read from great Ontario Edubloggers. Selfies -response to the unlooker.com video Jamie Weir is lookingContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

A Chrome Extension Built for Learning


One of the things that I struggle with is trying to learn via video or blog post as often they’ll contain a link that just sounds so interesting.  So, I’ll follow the link and then try to find the breadcrumbs to get back to the original learning. I’ve finally developed a technique of opening theContinue reading “A Chrome Extension Built for Learning”

OTR Links 01/30/2014


I’m at Cora’s (Windsor, ON) http://t.co/koBHnQF0u8 I’m at Cora’s (Windsor, ON) http://t.co/koBHnQF0u8 tags: via:packrati.us Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: Google Announces Education Learning Center Google Announces Education Learning Center http://t.co/UhyqTK6rtt tags: via:packrati.us Private school’s Chromebook program explains why Google’s laptops have captured nearly 20% of the education http://t.co/axTXLZYBgY Private school’s Chromebook program explains why Google’s laptops haveContinue reading “OTR Links 01/30/2014”

Provincial and Territorial Stereotypes


This morning, I was attracted by the title to this post “Each State’s Biggest Stereotype, According to Google“.  I can just see my teacher-librarian friends shuddering when the methodology for the post was explained.  They used Google’s auto-complete and chose the first option.  They asked “Why is [State] so…”.  It’s not very scientific but itContinue reading “Provincial and Territorial Stereotypes”