This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Not a week goes by that I'm not amazed at the quality of posts and insights of Ontario Edubloggers.  I can't help but keep wondering how many more are out there that I haven't found yet.  If you're blogging, please use the link above to add your resource.  The more, the merrier as they say. [...]

School and Internet of Things


At the recent OSSTF Technology Conference, I had the chance to enjoy the session "How the Internet of Things Might Look in Schools of the Future" by Ramona Meharg.  She led off her descriptor with a statistic from Cisco and I was hooked.  How might it look? The session was interesting and engaged the audience. [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


You know that the end of the school year is approaching when Victoria Day is in the crosshairs. But, the holiday on the horizon didn't stop some great thinking from Ontario Edubloggers. Catch up by reading on... #MADPD What’s Next? From the accounts on this blog post from Peter Cameron, the #MADPD event was successful. [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Yay!  It's the weekend.  I hope that you have great plans.  Here's some reading from Ontario Edubloggers to help you get through Friday and out the door.What is Deep Learning Anyway? The CanConnect conference started on Wednesday and Peter Skillen sent out this message with its hashtag to remind folks that we just didn't start [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Happy Friday, everyone.  It's been a short week here in Ontario but that didn't stop some great thinking appearing in the blogs of Ontario Educators.  Here's some of what I caught this week. Summiting Kilimanjaro The Barranco Wall – Don’t Look Down Why we climb Asante sana to our guides and porters on Mt.Kilimanjaro Back [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Welcome to another edition of "This Week in Ontario Edublogs".  It's a chance to share some of the great reading that I've been doing from Ontario Edublogs. Here's a bit of it ... Just Give Me a Worksheet This may well be the worst comment that a teacher could get after preparing and delivering the [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It's always fun to be able to share some of the great inspiration that I read from Ontario Edubloggers.  Here's some of what I caught this past while. OER Repository on the Commons: A “Brief” History Last week, I got on a bit of a tear about the ExplainEverything application.  Aviva Dunsiger had shared a [...]