Computer Science Education Week


An annual event, this year’s Computer Science Education Week is December 7-13. It’s an opportunity to work with students to either introduce or push them further in studies dealing with Computer Science Education. As we know, it’s been a strange year and so it may not be possible to order those kits of micro:bits orContinue reading “Computer Science Education Week”

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”

Most certainly couldn’t do this


It was interesting to write yesterday’s post about the beginning of coding for me. It was a true story. My programs did have to travel for an hour to London just to run. While I eventually got to use terminal devices to program at university, when I landed my first job it was back toContinue reading “Most certainly couldn’t do this”

Next week


This is a modified “post from the past”.  Last year, I ran this for Hour of Code 2018.  I’ve created a new Flipboard document of resources for 2019.  There are some new resources there and some updated from the past.  And, quite frankly, there are some classics.  After all, hours haven’t changed!  If this isContinue reading “Next week”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Warning! Posts ahead that will push you to think, laugh, and want to share with other educators. But, what else would you expect from great content from Ontario Edubloggers. Routes to Roots At the BIT 18 conference, I sat across the table from this educator who was preoccupied with taking notes during Stephen Hurley’s half-dayContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”