This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Things certainly have heated up in Ontario this week.  Weather-wise and blogging-wise.  Here’s some of the reading I enjoyed this past week. The Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum The Diefenbunker was certainly something that we discussed in school.  It was part of Canada’s concern about the Cold War.  I did not know that it wasContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

OTR Links 07/31/2015


Flipping for New Chromebook for Today’s Classrooms | Tech Learning Flipping for New Chromebook for Today’s Classrooms – http://t.co/L1KMhO9NV5 http://t.co/L1KMhO9NV5 — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) July 30, 2015 tags: IFTTT Twitter The changing landscape of reading and its impact on the role of the Teacher Librarian | iPractice The changing landscape of reading and its impactContinue reading “OTR Links 07/31/2015”

About Professional Development


I was really excited to see the title for this article fly by on my reading this morning. What Does the Research Say on Professional Development, Anyway? I’m looking forward to doing the reading.  What works; what doesn’t?  That would be the sort of thing that you’d expect from an article like that. As I’mContinue reading “About Professional Development”

Digital Citizenship Resource


Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Tom D’Amico from the Ottawa Catholic School Board.  If you haven’t had the chance to read the interview, I’d encourage you to do so.  Then, why not pass it along to your own principal, superintendent, or director to encourage this sort of progressive, open thinking. I reallyContinue reading “Digital Citizenship Resource”