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


Happy Labour Day Weekend.  Anyone else going to the Harrow Fair? We go every year so that my wife can get her fill of banty hens. If not, settle back and read some of these interesting blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers. Why Twitter? Response Have you ever made someone create a blog post?  I didContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Pre #BIT14 Interview with Derrick Schellenberg and Brian Aspinall


Michelle Cordy (@cordym on Twitter) continued her series of interviews leading to the Bring IT, Together Conference in Niagara Falls on November 5-7, 2014. Last night, she talked to Derrick Schellenberg (@Mr_Schellenberg) and Brian Aspinall (@mraspinall) about their sessions.  This time, the focus was on inquiry in the classroom.  Both Derrick and Brian have TLLP projectsContinue reading “Pre #BIT14 Interview with Derrick Schellenberg and Brian Aspinall”

Playing with nkwiry


Brian Aspinall has done it again! Brian is rapidly gaining fame as creating free, incredibly student friendly web resources.  The hallmark of his products are ease of signup for teachers who just create a class and the students just use the class.  No collection of student information of any kind is done and no studentContinue reading “Playing with nkwiry”

A Great Symbaloo Mix


It’s not secret that I’m a real fan of Symbaloo.  I’ve talked about it before and have a number of webmixes tied to my account.  My only challenge is writing about it and making sure that I spell it correctly.  Two Ls or Two Os? At times, I’ll explore the public webmixes for a numberContinue reading “A Great Symbaloo Mix”