Grave sites


It's often interesting to allow your mind and thoughts to expand and allow it to take you to places where you had never imagined. This happened to me recently. A few years ago, we went for a trip to Grand Rapids, Michigan. Like many American cities, you see many of the same street names and … Continue reading Grave sites

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Rock this Country


On Sunday night, I was tagged in a strange post from Derek Rhodenizer. I wondered if he was at a Grammy party and needed ammunition from his network of music lovers. https://twitter.com/DerekRhodenizer/status/1094626645904842753 Less I miss it, Derek tagged me and a number of others in a subsequent post. So, I started to think and couldn't … Continue reading Rock this Country

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Ah, the end of a busy week. You've got one thing to do before the weekend. Catch up with the thoughts of some amazing Ontario Edubloggers. This week's posts come from: @mr_robcannone@avivaloca@turnmeluce@LisaCorbett0261@Self_Reg@callmemrmorris@cherandpete On cultivating curiosity in the classroom I don't think that there can be enough posts on this topic. Just how do you inspire … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs