This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It’s always a pleasure and an honour to recognize some of the great writing that appears on the blogs of Ontario Edubloggers. I hope that you can find the time to click through and read all of these wonderful posts. A moment of reckoning in Canada From Paul McGuire, what I would call a prettyContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Around here, someone flipped the switch and now it’s fall. The warm days went away, replaced by cooler ones. Crickets are everywhere; there actually have been a couple of nights where we closed the windows to keep the noise down! Not noise, but great commentary from Ontario Edubloggers it the focus of this regular FridayContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Zoe Branigan-Pipe was the guest host on the voicEd Radio This Week in Ontario Edublogs show this week. Our paths have crossed so many times in the past. Probably our biggest togetherness was hosting the Great OSLA Faceoff, repeated again for an ECOO conference, and then for a local elementary school. She was interviewed forContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Ontario voices


If you listened to This Week in Ontario Edublogs on voicEd Radio yesterday morning, you would have heard Stephen and me make reference to a new series of podcasts that Stephen was involved with. Stephen was commissioned (volunteerissioned?) by ECOO to have interviews with a number of Ontario educators who are on the front lines,Continue reading “Ontario voices”

Pounding the streets of St. Marys


It couldn’t have happened better if it was planned! As regular readers know, yesterday I was inspired to look back on My Childhood Community as inspired by Zoe Branigan-Pipe’s Twitter messages on the weekend.  It was a fun look back at things. Daily, I’m in contact with Former ECOO President Peter McAsh and a whileContinue reading “Pounding the streets of St. Marys”