This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Title double-checked. Everyone was too kind or didn’t notice but I mis-typed the title of this weekly post last week to “The Week in Ontario Edublogs”. I didn’t realize it until I did my Sunday summary post and, by that time, it was too late to correct. Because of WordPress’ naming convention, I’ve now doneContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Computer Science Education Week


An annual event, this year’s Computer Science Education Week is December 7-13. It’s an opportunity to work with students to either introduce or push them further in studies dealing with Computer Science Education. As we know, it’s been a strange year and so it may not be possible to order those kits of micro:bits orContinue reading “Computer Science Education Week”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


I’m still saddened by the lack of Hallowe’en things in parts of the province as laid out by the Premier last week. Hallowe’en is the last fun event before Christmas and was always a day that I looked forward to as a child. Even in areas like around here where we aren’t the recipient ofContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


July kicked off the summer months and This Week in Ontario Edublogs was there to enjoy the day. On the voicEd Radio show, guest Amanda Potts joined Stephen Hurley and me for the hour. You can listen to the show via Podcast here. Who’s anti-racist? Our guest Amanda Potts took us through this very personalContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Understanding microaggressions


LIke the resource that I shared yesterday, this also takes the form of a create your own adventure. At each stage, you’re presented with a number of options which require a bit of role playing and thoughtful consideration of how to respond. The game is called Killing Me Softly, written by Fobazi M. Ettarh. YouContinue reading “Understanding microaggressions”