Collaborative drawing

I’m a big fan of collaborating on drawings. I’ll bet you are too. I’ve mentioned products here in the past.  And, perhaps your district has one installed or recommended for you.  If you don’t have one at the ready or looking for an alternative, check out Whiteboard Fox. What appeals to me is the simplicityContinue reading “Collaborative drawing”

Challenge your students

In 5 clues… This is a resource created by Michael Soskil and I’ll warn you right now, from personal experience, it’s a rabbit hole. A very nice rabbit hole! It uses technology but it isn’t about technology. In fact, I could think of various ways to include technology but I think that would take awayContinue reading “Challenge your students”

New View on Collaboration

So, yesterday, I read the article “Watch This Author Use A Google Document To Write And Edit A Book In Real-Time“ and headed over to see what it was all about.  It was very cool and lived up to the expectations.  Silvia Hartmann was writing a book titled “The Dragon Lords” and you could watchContinue reading “New View on Collaboration”


Last night, at the Ontario Educators’ Meetup, Ben Hazzard presented on the topic of “Connecting Teachers for Cross Classroom Collaboration”.  In the presentation, he related some of the successes that he has had with projects that involved connecting his students to others outside the school. The concept of collaborating on a common project is aContinue reading “Collaboration”

Two guys in Toronto

So, I’m sitting at my desk this afternoon working on documents and planning for next week’s Symposium.  Over my left shoulder, I have Twhirl doing its thing pulling in Tweets as the day passes.  For the most part, I’m just ignoring it as it announces every couple of minutes that something new has arrived. ThenContinue reading “Two guys in Toronto”