This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Happy Friday!  Here's some of the latest reading I've done from the blogs of Ontario Edubloggers. Doug and Pete’s Technological Listing of 10 Things to Fear Colleen Rose started a number of us on this trip musing about reasons why educators might fear to use technology in their classrooms.  Thusly inspired, Peter McAsh and I [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


I hope that Ontario educators reading this have had a relaxing March Break and are now energized for the home stretch.  Some folks have been keeping the learning and sharing alive lately.  Check out some of the recent readings that I've enjoyed. SOCIAL JUSTICE ACTIVISM IN THE DIGITAL SPACE Rusul Alrubail keeps the conversation about [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Yes, it's Friday again.  And, it's a happy Friday too for so many in Ontario. Before you pack up the computer for a bit, please take a moment to check out these wonderful posts from the keyboards of Ontario Edubloggers.  Oh, and if your blog isn't listed there, please take a moment to add it. [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It's another Friday and a chance for me to share some of the great writing from Ontario Edubloggers that got me thinking this week.  Please read on.  You'll soon be thinking about their content too. It’s Time To Speak Up: My “White Ribbon” Blog Post! Aviva Dunsiger takes on a topic that I think every [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It's been another week and another opportunity for me to gather some terrific thoughts from the keyboards of Ontario Edubloggers.  Please read on and catch some of what I found and enjoyed. A Simple and Powerful Leadership Truth Sue Dunlop uses a Twitter message to a hashtag as the launchpad for sharing her thoughts about [...]

This is why we do it


I was actually out of town yesterday but my phone was still connected to back home. It was getting a workout with notifications. The whole thing started innocently enough...for me anyway. It was in last Friday's This Week in Ontario Edublogs post here that I took a real interest in a post by Debbie Donsky. [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Happy Friday!  Are you looking for some great thoughts from Ontario Edubloggers?  Look no further; here's what I caught recently. “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”? Royan Lee offers his thoughts about mental health.  His personal history on the topic I'll bet mirrors most everyone's. He concludes with a powerful promise to his kids. On perhaps a [...]