This past week, my wife and I watched the Gemini Awards on television. The Geminis recognize the very best in Canadian broadcast television. My son works in production for the Survivorman series and they were nominated for three awards. The show was well produced with a great deal of interesting personalities on and off the … Continue reading December 2008 GEC Computers in the Classroom Newsletter
The October 2008 Edition of GEC Computers in the Classroom is now online. http://www.gecdsb.on.ca/d&g/Oct08/ Social Bookmarks: Blogged with the Flock Browser
Complete newsletter at: http://www.gecdsb.on.ca/d&g/Mar08/ I had a panic call from a school this week. There was a Ministry of Education person there to do a presentation and the presentation file had a .pptx extension. The file had been brought on CD or memory key or something. I was pleased with the sophistication of the school … Continue reading March 2008 GEC Computers in the Classroom
The February edition of GEC Computers in the Classroom is now online at: http://www.gecdsb.on.ca/d&g/Feb08/ Like many things in Ontario education, this is the 10 year anniversary of the newsletter. Blogged with Flock Tags: GEC Computers in the Classroom, newsletter
Happy New Year! The January 2008 edition of my newsletter, GEC Computers in the Classroom is now online. http://www.gecdsb.on.ca/d&g/Jan08/ I had a lot of input from some Teacher-Librarian CIESCs and we now have a web resource devoted to the Blue Spruce Forest of Reading. Check it out under "What's New?"
My December GEC Computers in the Classroom Newsletter is now online at: http://www.gecdsb.on.ca/d&g/Dec07/ December is Symposium month for the [ http://www.westernrcac.org ]Western Regional Computer Advisory Committee. Each year, this one day conference is held for directors and superintendents of education, principals, and key computer leaders in the Western Ontario region. At the conference, speakers who … Continue reading December 2007 Newsletter
September only has 30 days? Geesh...October newsletter will be a day or two late.