Free images done right


I’m always keeping an eye out for sources for images and photographs suitable for the classroom.  “Photos for Class” is something that foots the bill and handles things in a very unique and appropriate manner. Off I went to check it out and did my standard search for “House”. I got a nice selection ofContinue reading “Free images done right”

OTR Links 01/31/2017


The Stunning Early Infographics and Maps of the 1800s https://t.co/Jtp2E6oHUS The Stunning Early Infographics and Maps of the 1800s https://t.co/Jtp2E6oHUS — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) January 31, 2017 tags: IFTTT Twitter via:packrati.us Flipboard on Flipboard 52 Ways You Can Be Kinder to Yourself https://t.co/x07vOM8deN — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) January 31, 2017 tags: IFTTT Twitter via:packrati.us FlipboardContinue reading “OTR Links 01/31/2017”

Post from the recent past – Your country – in languages


In light of the recent events over the past weekend, I know that there will be pressure to address culture and immigration in the classroom.   To assist, I’m reposting something that appeared here a couple of weeks ago.  It was my look at the Localingual resources.  It may be helpful in celebrating cultural differences.Continue reading “Post from the recent past – Your country – in languages”

OTR Links 01/30/2017


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/pefhdJjDWV Stories via @adeletweets @albertfong @Karensedu #edchat #onted — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) January 30, 2017 The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/pefhdJjDWV Stories via @Hmason36 @SArmstrongP @ajawed1994 #onted The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/pefhdJjDWV Stories via @Hmason36 @SArmstrongP @ajawed1994 #ontedContinue reading “OTR Links 01/30/2017”

Whatever happened to …


… Netscape? From the Padlet. The actual rich history of Netscape, and its browser, can be found in the Wikipedia article.  There’s really no purpose for me to rehash the actual history of the browser here when something more formal exists.  It does have an interesting history including its impact on the use of theContinue reading “Whatever happened to …”