Learning encryption


I guess I can talk about this now.  I suspect that the Statute of Limitations has run out. In elementary school, it was very common for us to pass notes to friends in class.  Of course, they'd be written in code lest they fall into the wrong hands. By today's standards, it wasn't very sophisticated. … Continue reading Learning encryption

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OTR Links 06/30/2016


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/pI4whS5LxQ Stories via @aeringuy @GHarris01 @tdsb #iste2016 #edtech — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) June 30, 2016 tags: IFTTT Twitter iste2016 via:packrati.us edtech The Best of Ontario-Educators 4 Daily The latest The Best of Ontario-Educators 4 Daily! https://t.co/WWgi47Wh5D Thanks to @ListenSeekTeach @Mrs_hamzology — Doug Peterson … Continue reading OTR Links 06/30/2016

OTR Links 06/29/2016


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/Ha5FUdCnl9 Stories via @mlbrackmartin @LaurierNews @StephWardRanger #iste2016 — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) June 29, 2016 tags: IFTTT Twitter iste2016 via:packrati.us The 13 Best Chrome Extensions by Google You Probably Aren't Using The 13 Best Chrome Extensions by Google You Probably Aren't Using https://t.co/kqFqJiCuDP Found … Continue reading OTR Links 06/29/2016

Time to reflect


Teaching is such a busy profession.  In the last week before the summer break, it becomes even busier.  Teachers are:finishing administrative workpacking and cleaning classroomsplanning to take home so many personal artifacts that you brought in this yearfinding things in places that you didn't know existedsome are packing to move to a new classroomsome are … Continue reading Time to reflect