This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It’s always an honour to write this regular Friday post.  There are always so many wonderful things coming from the blogs of Ontario Edubloggers.  This week is no different. Aren’t I In Teaching To Teach? After reading this title from Aviva Dunsiger, I thought that perhaps she was going to head off in the directionContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

An Interview with Sue Dunlop


Sue Dunlop is a Superintendent of Education with the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board and very active on Social Media.  Recently, she took time away from all of this to take part in this interview. I’m happy that we’re able to get a little deeper look at her. Doug:  My first question is always the sameContinue reading “An Interview with Sue Dunlop”

Life, as we know it


Last week, in my This Week in Ontario Edublogs, I shared Larissa Aradj’s post about Geographic tools that she learned about at the California Geo Teacher Institute.  With my fascination with maps, there has been considerable time and exploration put into this. In the post, Larissa shared a map of Ontario capture from the Map ofContinue reading “Life, as we know it”

An Interview with Martha Martin


Doug: Martha Martin and I have know each other for a long, long time in a number of contexts.  We’ll touch on a few of them below. She’s currently a Teacher-Librarian at LaSalle Public School in LaSalle, Ontario.  I was delighted when she agreed to talk about things for the blog. Welcome, Martha.  Obviously, fromContinue reading “An Interview with Martha Martin”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Can you believe that it’s the last Friday in July already?  Where did the month go? Sit back and dig in to engage with some of the reading that I’ve done from the blogs of Ontario Edubloggers this week. Ontario Educators: Are We to Be Pawns? A true scholar of education, Peter Skillen takes usContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”