It’s Wednesday morning just before 10:00 and I just finished the This Week in Ontario Edublogs show on voicEd Radio. A couple of years ago, we experimented with the concept of bringing in an Ontario Educator to enrich the program that is normally just a conversation between Stephen Hurley and me.

The “experiment” went over so well and we were fortunate enough to be able to have a guest host for every show this summer! It was a great chance to dive deeper on their writing.

Before I head out to maybe a day at the beach or along the shore of Lake Erie, I just wanted to give a big shout out and sincere thanks to those who gave an hour of themselves to join us live. They all did a great job.

These are great people to follow on social media and to check out their writing on their blogs.

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Martha Jez@marthajez
Brad Hughes@brad_hughes
Elizabeth Lyons@mrslyonslibrary
Melanie White@WhiteRoomRadio
Chey Cheney and Pav Wander@staffpodcast
Paul McGuire@mcguirp
Aviva Dunsiger@avivaloca
Matthew Morris@callmemrmorris

The shows are all archived online here:

I’d like to extend my sincerest thanks to all those who agreed to guest host the show. You made it a great summer for me.

3 thoughts on “Gratitude

  1. Thank you so much, Doug! I always love listening to your conversations with Stephen, and having the opportunity to participate was amazing. It’s wonderful to hear and share different

    Have a great day!


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