This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Happy Friday, everyone.  It's been a short week here in Ontario but that didn't stop some great thinking appearing in the blogs of Ontario Educators.  Here's some of what I caught this week. Summiting Kilimanjaro The Barranco Wall – Don’t Look Down Why we climb Asante sana to our guides and porters on Mt.Kilimanjaro Back [...]

Never on April 13


My Windows challenges had a groundhog effect! A couple of days ago, I decided to boot my computer into Windows and make sure that all of the updates had been applied.  I nipped over to the update section and, sure enough, there were significant things to be updated.  I said "go" and then went about [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Welcome to another edition of "This Week in Ontario Edublogs".  It's a chance to share some of the great reading that I've been doing from Ontario Edublogs. Here's a bit of it ... Just Give Me a Worksheet This may well be the worst comment that a teacher could get after preparing and delivering the [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It's always fun to be able to share some of the great inspiration that I read from Ontario Edubloggers.  Here's some of what I caught this past while. OER Repository on the Commons: A “Brief” History Last week, I got on a bit of a tear about the ExplainEverything application.  Aviva Dunsiger had shared a [...]

Doodling


For the month of March, Royan Lee (@royanlee) was the inspiration for days of doodling.  If you were interested in the concept of doodling, this was a way to force yourself to get on board. One of the ideal results would be to join a community of others who enjoyed the experience. Royan made it [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Good morning, everyone.  Or, good whatever depending upon when you access this post.  I'm delighted to share with you some of the inspirational thoughts from Ontario Edubloggers that I've encountered recently. My Last 10 I'm not sure what number it takes to create a meme but the people I know about bit on a challenge [...]