Statistics come to Hallowe’en


I wish that I had found this resource earlier so that I could have shared it before this.  Well, better late than never and it’s not too early to start stocking up for next year’s event.  The annual question, particularly if you live in a highly populated subdivision is “how much candy do we buyContinue reading “Statistics come to Hallowe’en”

OTR Links 10/31/2015


Kyle Pearce on Twitter: “Small pumpkin blew at 184 elastics… #MTBoS #pearce1D @TVAelementary @TVAsecondary @MrOrr_geek https://t.co/yRiWsfgStQ” Small pumpkin blew at 184 elastics… #MTBoS #pearce1D @TVAelementary @TVAsecondary @MrOrr_geek pic.twitter.com/yRiWsfgStQ — Kyle Pearce (@MathletePearce) October 30, 2015 tags: IFTTT Twitter tags: IFTTT Twitter via:packrati.us The Best Pumpkin Carving On YouTube – Digg https://t.co/AAkzb1WuEs The Best Pumpkin CarvingContinue reading “OTR Links 10/31/2015”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It’s been another great week of sharing thoughts and ideas from Ontario Edubloggers.  There’s always something to engage and get my mind thinking and, for that, I’m so grateful.  Here’s some of what I caught this past week. The Undervalued Sense We always talk about getting the perfect title for a blog post to hookContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

OTR Links 10/30/2015


Census Mapper @nobleknits2 Also don’t click on this. https://t.co/qDgstXRCEj  Change the search location to your community. — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) October 30, 2015 tags: IFTTT Twitter via:packrati.us Today’s Libraries (and Librarians) Have Shaken Off Stereotypical Images | The University of Central Florida Forum Today’s Libraries (and Librarians) Have Shaken Off Stereotypical Images | The University of Central Florida ForumContinue reading “OTR Links 10/30/2015”

Flipping learning – #FlipboardEDU


There’s a concept that has been making the rounds lately – FlipboardEDU.  I was going to use the adjective “new” but great educators have been using the concepts for a long time now, both with Flipboard and other curating tools.  Personally, I started with Zite which is now part of Flipboard. Follow the hashtag #flipboardedu.Continue reading “Flipping learning – #FlipboardEDU”