Well, that was a quick week. Best day had to be yesterday, at least in the morning. For your next week inspiration, check out some of these great blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers. Back in the day was better (because now is often unbearable) Will Gourley's post on the Heart and Art Blog made me … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
OK, a bit of a confession here. It might be one of those cases where my background and nostalgia is influencing my opinion of this newly discovered (at least by me) application. The background? In high school, I took a course on Business Machines. Later on, as a teacher, I also had the opportunity to … Continue reading A twist on a calculator
My wife's birthday is upcoming and so my fashion advisor (youngest daughter) and I went shopping yesterday. We had success in our gift purchase and a little disagreement about literacy along the way. When it comes to buying clothes, I always stop at The Bay first for two reasons - one to see what is … Continue reading Does familiarity breed illiteracy?
It's been a challenging week to stay on top of things for me. Much is self-inflicted because I seldom blog and then hit publish. I blog and then schedule the post to appear. It's part of a personal commitment to myself to be regular. But, last week, the #TWIOE show didn't run on voicEd Radio … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
Today is supposed to be the turn around for warmer weather heading into Super Bowl weekend. Let's hope that's true. With all the stories about animals left out in the cold and Jaimie's refusal to wear snow boots, we're both looking to get out and put together a few thousand steps. According to my watch, … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
... good things happen and we can make significant change. For years, my office neighbour was the Science Program Consultant. He and I were constantly talking to each other (when we were together and not out in schools or leading workshops - but that's another story) so I knew a great deal about his portfolio … Continue reading When schools get it right …
Happy last school Friday of the school year. I hope that it's an enjoyable day for you and that you're looking forward to recharging over the next couple of weeks. And, of course, getting some inspiration from Ontario Edubloggers. December Reflections Inspired by a post from Lynn Thomas last week, Lisa Cranston wrote a short … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs