My Week Ending 2019-03-31


Here’s a summary of some of the things I learned and published this week. Readings  You can follow my daily readings as they happen here.  Here are a selected few, with commentary, from the past week. A good story to remind the Ontario government and the teacher federations that there are students caught up in this.  … Continue reading My Week Ending 2019-03-31

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Whatever happened to …


... those great computer keyboards? I'll attribute my interest in this originally to learning how to type on a typewriter.  The typewriter was really heavy which made it stable to work on.  You really had to work to get it to physically move on the desktop so generally you didn't. Then, of course, we moved … Continue reading Whatever happened to …

OTR Links 03/31/2019


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/aCEHUDqhm0 Stories via @DrLauraPinto @leftyeva @fatim_to #onted #onpoli — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) March 31, 2019 tags: IFTTT Twitter The Best of Ontario-Educators 5 Daily The latest The Doug Peterson Daily! https://t.co/IRMydPq3Hm Thanks to @Ahpotts @michelelocke @susanga95348779 #sol19 #earlyyears — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) March … Continue reading OTR Links 03/31/2019

Great movies


One of my little self indulgences is watching old movies. Particularly, the really old black and white ones.  Heck, I'll even watch silent movies. And, in the process, there's some unplanned learning as well.  Like Raymond Burr wasn't the only actor to play Perry Mason.  Who knew? Periodically, television channels will show old movies.  I … Continue reading Great movies