What Connected Means To Me


Over the past little bit, I read three different blog posts about being a connected educator.  They’re all good for a thoughtful read. A Higher Chance of Becoming Great? The “Twitter” Factor There Is Not Just One Right Way to Be A Connected Educator Sorry but You’re Not a Connected Educator Unless The last articleContinue reading “What Connected Means To Me”

OTR Links 03/31/2015


Science says that parents of successful kids have these 7 things in common – http://t.co/8ktkLz1ZeX via @Firefox Science says that parents of successful kids have these 7 things in common – http://t.co/8ktkLz1ZeX via @Firefox — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) March 31, 2015 tags: IFTTT Twitter via:packrati.us The Internet in Real-Time The Internet in Real-Time http://t.co/VmBNQ5hwfeContinue reading “OTR Links 03/31/2015”

Just Drumming–At Various Levels


The drummer in my first band used cardboard boxes.  He didn’t have a great deal of money to buy the good stuff but he did have a nice set of drum sticks.  By using cardboard boxes of varying sizes, he was able to put together a nice collection of drums for various sounds.  The othersContinue reading “Just Drumming–At Various Levels”

OTR Links 03/30/2015


Austin G’s Blog: The Great Classroom Code RT @Austin_Gagnier8: The Great Classroom Code – http://t.co/RNVsXuOv00 — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) March 29, 2015 tags: IFTTT Twitter via:packrati.us CBC Canadian News on Twitter: “Ken Dryden’s futuristic classroom a cross-Canada experiment http://t.co/DD1SABOFqQ http://t.co/AOdoVMQZQa” RT @CBCCanada: Ken Dryden’s futuristic classroom a cross-Canada experiment http://t.co/4BEJQ7eVZM pic.twitter.com/Q0GuOaLmeu — Doug Peterson (@dougpete)Continue reading “OTR Links 03/30/2015”