10 Starter iPad Apps, 2013 Version


I started this Christmas list of applications on the iPad in 2010.  It’s interesting to see what’s stayed and what’s gone.  It’s shared here for those of you lucky enough to score an iPad for Christmas.  I’ve had to do some weeding this year and you’ll see some titles with a strike through.  They mayContinue reading “10 Starter iPad Apps, 2013 Version”

Little Help Needed


You know that I really like DropBox and the DropItToMe combination.  I think it’s genius when looking at a web-based hand-in folder for students.  I wrote a post about it once and do repeat it as a “post from the past” at the beginning of the school year.  With more students involved with BYOD, it’sContinue reading “Little Help Needed”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Here are some of the great things that I read from Ontario Edubloggers this past week.  Check out the complete blog posts and the entire LiveBinder of content here. Descriptive Feedback and Assessment – What my students in Fiji taught me Jaclyn Calder spent the month of July in Fiji with a group of students.Continue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

French iOS Applications


One person that’s regularly on the Ontario Educators’ list is @sylviaduckworth.  She’s a regular Twitter user and sends out some great content.  Sylvia is definitely someone that you want to follow, particular if teaching French using AIM is of interest to you.  She has a strong passion for this. I’ve just recently stumbled on herContinue reading “French iOS Applications”

So Smooooooth


There’s so much about Google Chrome that I like and it’s been my main browser for quite a while now.  There was one annoyance that happened when I sat at my desk, using a full keyboard and a scroll mouse.  The scroll action to the mouse just didn’t always seem right. It seemed slow andContinue reading “So Smooooooth”