It's been another week of great posts from Ontario Edubloggers. Look what crossed my desktop this week. Trolls Creep Into the Education Debate in Ontario From Paul McGuire, a message that I don't think should come as a surprise to anyone. Teachers and education are always a target by those not in education. I've mentioned … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
And it's a very special Friday in Ontario.... Enjoy these offerings from Ontario Edubloggers. Stretched Thin Tim King's recent post is one that's all too familiar to educators. It's about professional development that he received for a student hard of hearing in his classroom. It's only about a month into the second semester though. And, … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
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 projects … Continue reading Pre #BIT14 Interview with Derrick Schellenberg and Brian Aspinall
Normally, on Fridays, I share some of the wonderful Ontario Blogging efforts from the previous week. I thought I would take a slightly different tact this week. There have been a lot of "last day(s)" thoughts shared on Twitter on Thursday. Here's some of what caught my eye in case you missed them. I've created … Continue reading Yesterday in Ontario MicroBlogging
Once again, there was some great sharing from Ontario Educators this week. Some of what caught my eye... Redacted, Frozen, Blocked, -- and Saved Andy Forgrave's latest post brought a smile to me. It was on the heels of a move in What's the Phrase in a game with @tgianno. She absolutely kills me in … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
Friday posts are my most favourite. I like to take some time to honour some of the spectacular blog entries from the great collection of Ontario Edubloggers. Please click through and support these folks. The Impact of Culture on Feedback I thought that this post from Royan Lee was one of the more important ones … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
Happy #FollowFriday, Ontario Educators. Hope that it’s a good one for you. Have you ever wondered how far and wide our participants are? I have too. One of the things that you can do when you register your Twitter account is give the name of a community. If you’re openly transparent, you can give your … Continue reading Where are We?