New insights

Ontario to launch enhanced COVID-19 data page Ontarians are now promised to be able to see the same data that those in Toronto use to make decisions for the province. When you head over to the COVID page on the Ontario website, you have access to just an overload of information. There’s just so muchContinue reading “New insights”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

As I indicated earlier this week, this Wednesday didn’t have the regular radio show / podcast on voicEd Radio. I got bumped by some principal thing. So, this is the only opportunity to find out what I’ve been reading from Ontario Edubloggers. 6 FREE Resources for Anywhere Learning Jennifer Casa-Todd leads off this week withContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Finding open resources

I found this resource courtesy of Stephen Downes’ OLDaily. It really struck me as unique, wonderful, and potentially very useful at the same time. The Open Syllabus Explorer claims to map college courses with over 6 million syllabi. I know that there are some college and university instructors that read this blog and I wouldContinue reading “Finding open resources”

Come back a magician

Who’s planning back to school routines already? <ducking> OK, then just bookmark this for later. There’s nothing quite so nice as to be astonishing in the classroom. Here’s a good one and you can finally put the smartphone to good use. Tell your students to type a three digit number on their phone calculator. YouContinue reading “Come back a magician”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Didn’t we just have a Friday the 13th? But what a beautiful moon! The nice thing about full moons in the winter is that the skies seem so much clearer and the moon so much bigger and crisper. It’s time to share another week’s worth of reading and posting from around the province from OntarioContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”