Symposium 2007 was last week in London. We had another terrific turnout even with the threat of bad weather. But, after 2006, we can deal with anything! The morning keynote speaker was Will Richardson who set a terrific tone to the day. His focus was on the Read/Write web and how it has the potentialContinue reading “Will Richardson at Symposium”
My December GEC Computers in the Classroom Newsletter is now online at: http://www.gecdsb.on.ca/d&g/Dec07/ December is Symposium month for the [ http://www.westernrcac.org ]Western Regional Computer Advisory Committee. Each year, this one day conference is held for directors and superintendents of education, principals, and key computer leaders in the Western Ontario region. At the conference, speakers whoContinue reading “December 2007 Newsletter”
Things are swinging into Report Card season. Once again, we will be using Markbook at the Secondary School level for mark entry into Trevlac for the purpose of doing reports. At the Elementary Panel, we will use the latest version of eTeacher. School secretaries will gather all of the teacher submissions into a web basedContinue reading “Report Card Season”
September only has 30 days? Geesh…October newsletter will be a day or two late.
It’s been a very ambitious September. Professional Development activities all over the place. Three days of CIESCs, three days of Notebook for new teachers, four nights of SMART Board introductions, blogging/podcasting, Graphic Organizers and FirstClass filled the month. Then, an evening presentation on Internet Safety at Centennial Central and an online OSAPAC meeting fill myContinue reading “Professional Development”