Please take a few moments to kick back and read these inspirational posts from the blogs of Ontario Edubloggers. Dear Ontario Educators, It's not an easy time to be an Ontario Educator. With the current situation, it's easy to feel like you're disrespected and unsupported. Peter Skillen shares his thoughts that hopefully, will pick you … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
Welcome back to Winter or Spring Light or whatever you want to call it! At the very least, it's another Friday and a time to look at some recent posts from Ontario Edubloggers. Ontario Students Hold Walkouts in Protest of Progressive Conservative Party's Policy Proposals After the student walkouts last week, I turned to see … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
I hate to admit it but I'm missing Google+. I used it as a place to go for serious research, reading, and topics. Yes, I am on Facebook but it's more of a fun place. I had a great collection of things to read on Google + like Technology Coordinators, some of the organizations that … Continue reading Where did the cool kids go?
It's been another week of great posts from Ontario Edubloggers. Look what crossed my desktop this week. Trolls Creep Into the Education Debate in Ontario From Paul McGuire, a message that I don't think should come as a surprise to anyone. Teachers and education are always a target by those not in education. I've mentioned … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
We all know that yesterday was April 1. Carbon tax day in Ontario or a chance to play tricks on people as part of April Fool's Day. Last week, I had read that Microsoft had indicated that there would be no jokes played on April 1. But, we can always count on Google... Screen Cleaner … Continue reading How I spent yesterday
And it's another Friday! It's time on this blog to look at some great posts from Ontario Edubloggers. It's always special to welcome new people to this list and there are a couple of new ones this time around. Class "Caps" are a Low Resolution Solution to a High Resolution Problem Tim King warns us … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
There was a time when, as a system, we used an email system whose claim to fame (or at least one of them) was that you could track every email that hit your inbox. You could see if someone read your email, forwarded it to someone else, and replied to it. It was the complete … Continue reading Email tracking