A Great Symbaloo Mix


It’s not secret that I’m a real fan of Symbaloo.  I’ve talked about it before and have a number of webmixes tied to my account.  My only challenge is writing about it and making sure that I spell it correctly.  Two Ls or Two Os? At times, I’ll explore the public webmixes for a numberContinue reading “A Great Symbaloo Mix”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


As the school year winds down, it’s a time of reflection for educators.  How did my class do?  Why didn’t this student do better?  This student really caught fire.  I was most effective when I …  I was least effective when I …  I need to grow professionally in this area.  My biggest strengths areContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Getting Started with Planboard


In our daily phone conversations, ECOO Conference co-chair Cyndie Jacobs and I cover so much.  Today, we were talking about some of the exhibitors and I was excited to learn that the company behind Planboard would be attending the conference.  I had met one of the people involved, Suraj Srinivas, at the Ontario Google SummitContinue reading “Getting Started with Planboard”

An Interview with Zoe Branigan-Pipe


Zoe Branigan-Pipe (@zbpipe on Twitter) is one of those folks that I’ve known and interacted with online long, long before I ever met her.  If you’re wondering what a “21st Century Teacher” does, you need to follow Zoe. Recently, I had the opportunity to interview her.  Think you know Zoe?  Read on; I’ll bet there’sContinue reading “An Interview with Zoe Branigan-Pipe”

Technology Integration Matrix


The Technology Integration Matrix is an interesting resource.  For the experienced teacher who is using technology well, it offers a confirmation that things are done well.  For the teacher struggling to engage students through the use of technology in lessons, it offers a world of ideas from the simple to the rather complex.  For theContinue reading “Technology Integration Matrix”