This Week in Ontario Edublogs


This Wednesday, Matthew Morris joined Stephen Hurley and me for This Week in Ontario, the Podcast. You can listen to it here. With Matthew’s insights, we took on a few new topics. You can read my thoughts about them below. As always, insights from great Ontario Edubloggers. 5 Things Every Teacher Should Do During SummerContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

An Interview with Neerja Punjabi


Doug:  My first question is always this – do you recall when we first met? Neerja: I have been active on Twitter since 2011, which was my first year as a new elementary school principal. I wanted to learn and connect with educators who were sharing ideas in an open forum. I started following youContinue reading “An Interview with Neerja Punjabi”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


And just like that, it’s another Friday. I hope that this post finds you, family, and friends healthy and ready for some great reading from Ontario Edubloggers. A New Appreciation Sue Bruyns is just steaming ahead with her goal of writing daily for the month of May. This post caught my eye because she madeContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Pounding the streets of St. Marys


It couldn’t have happened better if it was planned! As regular readers know, yesterday I was inspired to look back on My Childhood Community as inspired by Zoe Branigan-Pipe’s Twitter messages on the weekend.  It was a fun look back at things. Daily, I’m in contact with Former ECOO President Peter McAsh and a whileContinue reading “Pounding the streets of St. Marys”