How I spent yesterday


We all know that yesterday was April 1. Carbon tax day in Ontario or a chance to play tricks on people as part of April Fool’s Day. Last week, I had read that Microsoft had indicated that there would be no jokes played on April 1.  But, we can always count on Google… Screen CleanerContinue reading “How I spent yesterday”

OTR Links 04/02/2019


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/nOEBCnSx5o Stories via @mathtech @Cowpernicus @LauraLeeMatthie #cdnpoli #onted — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) April 2, 2019 tags: IFTTT Twitter The Best of Ontario-Educators 5 Daily The latest The Doug Peterson Daily! https://t.co/FQJsyBos6O Thanks to @IndigenousEdGE @FVenneSSACECCE @mattkdavidsman #leadership #leader — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) AprilContinue reading “OTR Links 04/02/2019”

April TweetMeet


Each month, Microsoft in Canada hosts a TweetMeet for educators.  This month’s will be held on Tuesday, April 2 starting at 7pm ET. This month, a number of people on the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario’s (ECOO) executive will join others in hosting at meet titled “Included: Accessibility, Equity, and Inclusion!” What are #MSFTEduChat CanadaContinue reading “April TweetMeet”

OTR Links 04/01/2019


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/eZKZUQXOcf Stories via @CanadaGrant @TriciaDK @redfearn #cdnpoli #onpoli — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) April 1, 2019 tags: IFTTT Twitter Twitter Wise advice… https://t.co/ISVc4CIKtm — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) April 1, 2019 tags: IFTTT Twitter Five OneNote Hacks for Your Classroom • TechNotes Blog Five OneNoteContinue reading “OTR Links 04/01/2019”