Here's a most recent roundup of things of interest coming from the fingertips of Ontario Edubloggers. As always, a great collection of wisdom shares. Check them out and pass along to your colleagues. How Do You Jump Into the Pool? Kristi Kerry Bishop posed a question about change in school that inspired a number of … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
It was yet another spectacular week of reading this week in Ontario Edublogs. Here's but a bit of what I enjoyed. ====== Do My Thoughts On Awards Change When I Win One? I have to be careful that this blog doesn't become the Aviva Dunsiger fan club site but a recent post from her is … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
The Western Regional Computer Advisory Committee's new website has been updated to reflect its program for the Symposium to be held in London, Ontario on December 5. http://westernrcac.wordpress.com/2013/11/13/rcac13-final-program/ The RCAC Symposium has been held annually in December for a number of years. Its purpose is to show off some of the creative things that are … Continue reading Final Program for #RCAC13
I just took a look at a David Pogue TED talk. David is a favourite speaker here in Southwestern Ontario. He's keynoted the Western RCAC Symposium twice and helped shovel my car out of a snow drift once. (it's all part of the deal of coming to London in December). His tech talk is interesting. … Continue reading Technology Refresher
This is exciting news for those who are looking for a way of incorporating literacy into their English or Language or ELL courses. Or History. Or Drama. Or... Twitter has announced the "Twitter Fiction Festival". Ideas were submitted and the Festival will run over 5 days at the end of November. You'll follow the hashtag … Continue reading Social Stories
I made it home from the ECOO Conference in Richmond Hill this morning. The normal 4.5 hour took two days. 4 hours got me through the bumper to bumper slow-moving traffic and I finally threw in the towel and spent the night in Woodstock. Driving home, I did smile at the people who told me … Continue reading Catching Up with ECOO 2012
I read a great post yesterday from Dangerously Irrelevant from "way back" in June of 2011. It was entitled "If you were on Twitter yesterday..." and it brought back a nice memory. I recall reading it when it was originally posted and so it was a nice déjà vu. Other than nostalgia, it's a … Continue reading From Where Does Your Learning Come?