This Week in Ontario Edublogs

And it’s another Friday! It’s time on this blog to look at some great posts from Ontario Edubloggers.  It’s always special to welcome new people to this list and there are a couple of new ones this time around. Class “Caps” are a Low Resolution Solution to a High Resolution Problem Tim King warns usContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

An Interview with Carol Koechlin

Carol Koechlin describes herself as: “Supporting school library transformations to a Learning Commons approach of learning for the future, with a focus on collaborative knowledge building.” Doug:  Thanks for agreeing to the interview, Carol.  Do you recall when our paths first crossed? Online or off – your choice or both. Carol: Well Doug, I knewContinue reading “An Interview with Carol Koechlin”

Fair Use / Fair Dealing Week

This is indeed Fair Use/ Fair Dealing Week. How will you celebrate? It’s a concept that should be core to every educator. The concept of copyright has always been at the heart of what we do. Everyone wants to be able to use the best resources that they can for their classroom. It’s easier thanContinue reading “Fair Use / Fair Dealing Week”

Getting started with Rody

The European Union had its Code Week in October and, of course, shared many resources and ideas online. Wow!  A week!  That’s got Hour of Code beat by four days and 7 hours….  <grin> It is interesting to poke around and see what sorts of things are happening on the other side of the Atlantic. Continue reading “Getting started with Rody”