As we sit here waiting for 2019, I decided that I’d take a look back at the blog for the past year. I could do analytics to find the most popular posts but, in these days of spammers, do they really mean anything?
Instead, I decided to pull up blog posts for a month at a time and identify the blog post for that month that I have memories of. Good, bad, indifferent, analytics – whatever strikes my fancy.
You can check out any individual month by clicking on its name. And, hey, it was a chance to use the Drop Cap option of the new WordPress editor.
There are some posts that aren’t in the running because they’re just fun to write. These include:
These posts all are so special that they’re all indexed above if you’re interested in checking them out.
Enjoy my look back.
This was a little test to see if you could identify the commenter based upon their comment only.
You only have to be around this blog for a while to know that I have a weakness for maps. Pinning images to locations is just cool.
A mapping of indigenous communities. There was so much to learn from this.
As I prepared to attend EdCampLDN, some thoughts about the contacts I have there.
As we headed into the Provincial Election, Paul McGuire had started a list of topics that educators need to be aware of.
All work and no play ….
Far and away the best session from the CSTA Conference for me.
My thoughts about how my education had let me down with respect to knowing and understanding indigenous issues.
My thoughts about #FollowFridays and how they should work.
The best music for the scary night.
A bit of a rant about people who live on social media to promote themselves without engaging anywhere or making things better for anyone else.
Lest you think that I’ve lost my geeky soul.
So, how did I do?
Do you have a favourite post of mine that should have made the list?
Have a safe and Happy New Year.
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