An Interview with Rabia Khokhar

Through Social Media, I’ve made connections with Rabia Khokhar just this year.  She had written a powerful blog post that I brought to the This Week in Ontario Edublogs show and this blog.  The depth and the wisdom told me this is a special person that I need to follow and I was delighted toContinue reading “An Interview with Rabia Khokhar”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Paul McGuire guest hosted the voicEd Radio show this week. To the conversation, he added a blog post, insights as an educator, Principal, and Faculty Advisor, and a couple of songs in his new role as an Old Fellas, New Music blogger. Feeling our Pain We started the show with this post from Paul’s blog.Continue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

This week’s voicEd Radio show featured Pav Wander and Chey Cheney as guest hosts. They inspired some great conversations and we went well over the hour time limit. If it didn’t all get played live, it is available for playback as a podcast – link below. Tightrope Chey and Pav have a rather unique blog.Continue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Melanie White joined Stephen Hurley and me on the radio show this week. It was a great opportunity for discussion and, just like her blogging, her thoughts had me thinking afterwards. That’s always a good thing. Here are the blog posts that we chatted about on the show and a couple bonus ones. Resonances #SOL2021Continue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Drift me some history

One of the things that I’ve grown increasingly appreciate of as I get older is history. In particular, Canadian history. As my wife – we often will be driving along and I’ll pull over to read historical markers and we’ve gone to many museums or historical places just because they’re there and we’re there atContinue reading “Drift me some history”