This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Probably TMI, but I wore long pants and a sweat shirt for the dog walk this morning. It was so cool out there at the beginning (10 degrees) but it sure helped to work up a sweat. For a Friday morning, here’s a look around the province at great content provided by Ontario Edubloggers. YourContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Mozilla’s Web Literacy Standards Released


Mozilla has just released its set of Web Literacy Standards and it’s something that everyone who uses the web personally or in the classroom needs to look at and try to understand. Many people are comfortable with just accessing the web and siphoning off what they need for the moment.  But, that’s only part ofContinue reading “Mozilla’s Web Literacy Standards Released”

Literacy Visually


There are times that I really worry about my sense of literacy.  I read so much on line and there’s no guarantee that any of it is going to be properly written or constructed.  Liberties seem to be taken with the language regularly and there are some that just don’t appear to care.  It irksContinue reading “Literacy Visually”

Hmmm


On my Wiki, I have a link that I used when talking about media literacy.  I call it Sites That Should Make You Go Hmmm.  It’s devoted to the notion and, for some, the awakening to the fact that not everything you read online is true.  (no kidding, you mean the Pacific Northwest Tree OctopusContinue reading “Hmmm”

So much information


I awoke yesterday morning to a message from my friend @aforgrave who had just seen my #FollowFriday messages about Ontario Educators.  He wanted to know if this was yet another automated thing I had going on and, if not, had I seen the new about the earthquake in Japan. As a matter of fact, IContinue reading “So much information”