This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Welcome to the first Friday of summer and another look at some great offerings from Ontario Edubloggers.  If you're from Ontario Education and blogging, please make sure that you're on that list.  The landing page has a link to a form to let me know your desire. As always, there's some interesting reading and thinking [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Ontario Edubloggers are a special type of type of people.  There's always some great learning, sharing, and story telling happening.  Check out what I ran into lately. Recognizing Stressors Lisa Cranston is back at analysing things that cause her stress.  As shown earlier, she's using a graphic organizer to put her thoughts in order.  She's [...]

Time flies

I had forgotten about this activity until I checked into this infographic. The complete infographic and the story behind it is available at How the Average Working Adult Spends Days. So, check it out to see where all those hours (days) went. The activity?  In an elementary or secondary school, it would just be a [...]

Celebrate with a Challenge

On June 1, the Canada 10 Math Challenge was launched. What better way to celebrate Canada150 than to throw a little mathematics into the midst! Here's how to get involved with this project hosted by the Greater Essex County District School Board. Try some of our Canada 150 Math Challenges that will be posted on [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Welcome to June!  Once again, it's my honour to share with you some of the great reading from the blogs of Ontario Edubloggers.  As always, there are some really good things to get your head around. Construction Zones to Classrooms We all know that there are two seasons in Canada.  Winter and Construction. Sue Bruyns [...]

It’s all in the communication

  Recently, I enjoyed this article "This Math Problem Will Make You Lose Your Mind".  It all revolves around the solution of this problem. It generated quite a bit of discussion from friends of mine, along with different answers.  In fact, even the internet doesn't quite have its act together.  Turning to YouTube, you'll find [...]

Keeping it in proportion

I'm constantly amazed with the amount of wonderful learning you can enjoy if you follow the right people.  For my This Week in Ontario Edublogs post, I had tagged this post from Matthew Oldridge for inclusion.  As it turns out, I enjoyed it so much and played around with a resource that he shared, I [...]