This Week in Ontario Edublogs


American Thanksgiving, Good Friday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, … we’re on the countdown to Christmas. While you’re counting, check out some great blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers to warm up your Friday. Leadership and the Turtle This post, from Jennifer Casa-Todd, had the potential to be cute.  It was in conversation with a retired teacherContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

OTR Links 11/30/2018


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/TCqv7ZMKNR Stories via @Libramlad @JanetJackowski @ONTSpecialNeeds #ocsb #edtech — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) November 30, 2018 tags: IFTTT Twitter Privacy search engine Startpage launches anonymous browsing feature | TechRadar Privacy search engine Startpage launches anonymous browsing feature | TechRadar https://t.co/k9mBemqdyI — Doug Peterson (@dougpete)Continue reading “OTR Links 11/30/2018”

Emojify the holidays


My computer is marking “Emojify” as a spelling error. So much for 21st Century Learning. Today, an Hour of Code for the younger (or older) crowd.  We know emoji are everywhere but can you ever find the perfect one when you want it?  I know I can’t.  They don’t make them handsome enough to showContinue reading “Emojify the holidays”

OTR Links 11/29/2018


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/S2bP1W8yCt Stories via @tlsaloranta @physedbum @szwildcat #edtech #ocsb — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) November 29, 2018 tags: IFTTT Twitter close icon Misinformation bots are smarter than we thought – Axios https://t.co/Z0B9qUmtDT — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) November 29, 2018 tags: IFTTT Twitter Linux For Beginners:Continue reading “OTR Links 11/29/2018”

An ode to coding


Continuing along with the prepared for the Hour of Code, I’ve been working my way through the “playlist” from the Europe Code Week.  This time, it was enjoying a little bit of Scratch coding.  I suspect that most classes will do their introduction to coding via Scratch. This project called “Ode to Code” was preparedContinue reading “An ode to coding”