This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Elizabeth Lyons, president-elect of the Ontario School Librarians’ Association and co-host of the Read into This podcast was the guest host on the voicEd Radio This Week in Ontario Edublogs show. Besides a nice conversation, she was able to share a teacher-librarian perspective to the five blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers that we featured onContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

On Wednesday, Brad Hughes was the guest host of the This Week in Ontario Edublogs show. It was great having him as part of the discussion. He brought a principal’s perspective to much of the conversation. Mathematics Doesn’t Get a Pass on Racial Justice Reform If you read one blog post about the post/yank/delete/repost issueContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Martha Jez from Fair Chance Learning was our guest host on the voicEd Radio show This Week in Ontario Edublogs. I’ve known Martha for a number of years and had the chance to interview her here. I can’t believe that this was done in 2015. She was a delightful addition to the show and IContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

What’s your footprint?

This resource will have you thinking about your lifestyle and how you’re contributing to the destruction of the environment. It’s a simple survey that steps you through various topics of concern like: eating animal based products where and how you get your food your housing your trash … Answers are easily entered by sliding toContinue reading “What’s your footprint?”

Dark, but not too dark

For the longest time, computer systems designers and website developers worked in a world that was largely dark text on a white background. I’ll admit that they’ve done a pretty good job at it. Recently, we’re seeing a trend towards a “dark” setting in the operating system and applications. It’s a thing that I immediatelyContinue reading “Dark, but not too dark”