This Week in Ontario Edublogs


This week, Aviva Dunsiger joined the Wednesday morning live show to talk about a nice collection of blog posts, including one of her own. To Buy Or Not To Buy? Clothing, COVID, And Unexpected Decisions. Aviva and I debated about whether or not to include this post from her blog. We had a couple ofContinue 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”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Elizabeth Lyons, president-elect of the Ontario School Librarians’ Association and co-host of the Read into This podcast was the guest host on the voicEd Radio This Week in Ontario Edublogs show. Besides a nice conversation, she was able to share a teacher-librarian perspective to the five blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers that we featured onContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

The changing role of the newspaper


On the heels of yesterday’s post, I started thinking seriously about newspapers. Teaching Grade 9 Business, I had a subscription to the Globe and Mail and used it in class. It was a great resource for current stories about business. It was also a favourite of the teacher I shared the room with who wouldContinue reading “The changing role of the newspaper”