Hour of Code 2014 (Reblog)


The Hour of Code for 2014 is coming.  Teachers and students from all over will be using classroom tools to get a flavour for what coding/programming is all about.There's no one language that we've come to agreement on that would be perfect.  So, we're all over the map with this one!  Choose one and do [...]

Don’t Let The Good Stuff Go Away


As the school year comes to the end, I thought that I would share the post below.  It's abot one of my favourite blogging utilities - BlogBooker - and how it's so useful as things wrap up.  It's a great way to archive a year's worth of blogging to share with students, parents, post to your [...]

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


From a spammer this week...I know this site gives quality based articles or reviews and other information, is there any other web site which gives these kinds of data in quality?Why yes.  Yes, there is.  They're called Ontario Edubloggers.  If you had looked around, you might have found these blog posts this week.Make it a [...]

Curating Groundhogs


Lest you think that the Super Bowl is the only event today, Wiarton Willie will pop to see his shadow before sitting down in front of the tube.  Here's a "Post from the Past" about Groundhog Day resources.  Will the day lose its excitement for children because it happens on the weekend or will the [...]

Richer Blog Posts


Right now, my blogging editor of choice is ScribeFire which is an extension / addon for Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome whichever happens to be open when the blogging moment comes along.  Similarly, it is independent on the computer that I'm using - Macintosh, Ubuntu, or Windows. One of the nice features that ScribeFire had was [...]