This Week in Ontario Edublogs

After a snowy week, it’s nice to be able to sit back and check out some blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers. February Patience Aviva Dunsiger has taken the suggestion from Beth Lyons about doing a #oneword each month rather than one for the year and February is going to be “Patience”. I think every teacherContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

Welcome to another Friday and countdown to the early spring predicted by Wiarton Willie. Enjoy some great blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers as you count. Gearing Up for MST with a Master Storyteller In these COVID days, you would understand how someone might lose their enthusiasm for doing extraordinary things. That’s anything but the caseContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Monitoring the flattening

If there’s been any winner in all this COVID stuff, it’s the people who manage data and provide visualization of just what is happening. I’ll admit that I check our local Health Unit for daily numbers. Today’s number shows a continuing drop in daily cases. As we’ve come to know though, that’s only part ofContinue reading “Monitoring the flattening”

Down but not out

It was a big radio day for Colin Jagoe. He was touring the province on CBC Radio talking about the challenges of teaching and parenting given the current reality for teachers and parents. He shared his public performance agenda with us on Facebook. 6:10 Windsor 6:50 Ontario Morning (serves Peterborough, Kingston, Muskoka) 7:00 Kitchener 7:40Continue reading “Down but not out”