This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Good morning and welcome to this weekly summary of some of the blogs that I've read recently from Ontario Edubloggers.  As always, these blogs will kick your brain into gear for a Friday. Does Black History Month still hold meaning in 2019 This was an interesting post from Matthew Morris.  Last week, you'll recall that … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs

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This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Ah, the end of a busy week. You've got one thing to do before the weekend. Catch up with the thoughts of some amazing Ontario Edubloggers. This week's posts come from: @mr_robcannone@avivaloca@turnmeluce@LisaCorbett0261@Self_Reg@callmemrmorris@cherandpete On cultivating curiosity in the classroom I don't think that there can be enough posts on this topic. Just how do you inspire … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs

I Repeat–Don’t Do Stupid Things


Yesterday, the Ontario College of Teachers, the professional body that oversees the teaching profession in Ontario issued a news release announcing a “Professional Advisory on the Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media” for its members.  As could be expected, conversations were immediately abuzz with with thoughts and comments about the content.  It was interesting … Continue reading I Repeat–Don’t Do Stupid Things

Rainy Days


Do you remember the old saying about saving things for rainy days?  I had the opportunity to reap the benefits of my own personal rainy day savings yesterday. It was the Minds on Media event in Toronto.  The event was a full day of professional development for over 200 teachers.  There were no traditional sit … Continue reading Rainy Days