This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Happy Friday! Here’s some great reading from Ontario Edubloggers to kick off your weekend. Guided Reading for Math? I always get inspiration and ideas from Deborah McCallum’s posts and this one is no different. Speaking of different, she sets the stage by talking about the way that we’ve traditionally made the study of language different fromContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

OTR Links 05/31/2019


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/jNoqxaZl4I Stories via @Libramlad @NoelineL @TCDSB_PAguiar #digital #tech — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) May 31, 2019 tags: IFTTT Twitter Researcher calls province’s e-learning plans a ‘terrible idea’ | Owen Sound Sun Times Researcher calls province’s e-learning plans a ‘terrible idea’ | Owen Sound SunContinue reading “OTR Links 05/31/2019”

Because we can


Sometimes, that’s the answer you get from Computer Scientists. Many times, an idea comes to light and you just whip up some code that solves a problem that you didn’t know you had. I’d done it a few times and when I show it off, the answer is inevitably… Whatever made you think to doContinue reading “Because we can”

OTR Links 05/30/2019


The Best of Ontario-Educators Daily The best of ontario-educators daily is out! https://t.co/r9SnWtqlr0 Stories via @lisaannefloyd @OSSTFD19 @OSTF27 #yyc #yyccc — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) May 30, 2019 tags: IFTTT Twitter These are the companies where Canadian students most want to work | CBC News These are the companies where Canadian students most want to workContinue reading “OTR Links 05/30/2019”

Openness about third party cookies


I think we all know about cookies. If you’re like me, you’re probably “cookie storied” to death. Essentially, cookies are little bits of information that are stored on your computer when you visit a website. The advantage is that the cookie is able to tell your browser if you revisit a website so that anyContinue reading “Openness about third party cookies”