This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Well, it’s been a bit of a cooler week but it sure was warm out. I hope that you were able to take advantage of it. I hope that you were also able to enjoy blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers. I know I did and here’s some of what I read. Questioning Experts More ThanContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Guilty until proven innocent?


There was considerable time spent on my part on the release of this new feature that teachers can incorporate into their workflow if they are using Google Classroom. It’s called “Originality reports” and it’s Google’s spin on checking for plagiarism in student work. It’s not the only player in the field. Just do a searchContinue reading “Guilty until proven innocent?”

Writing Prompts That Just Might Change The World


After I wiped away the tears, it occurred to me that this post could be much, much more than just a morning inspiration. These 20 Photos Are Going To Make You Cry. But You’ll See Why It’s Totally Worth It. There’s nothing like a good visual to prompt and inspire writing.  Each one of theseContinue reading “Writing Prompts That Just Might Change The World”

Writing Interactive Stories


OK, I’m hold enough to confess that I got hooked on the game of Zork a long, long time ago.  Zork was an interactive game that prompted you for various moves at every step.  It was great to visualize and each step potentially changed the story you were immersed in. For the most part, electronicContinue reading “Writing Interactive Stories”

Writing Posts


It’s been a week of reflection and thinking about being better about blogging for me. Successful Blogging A Source for More Reading and Analysis I’m going to finish it off thinking about individual blog posts after reading this post. 11 Quick Tips for Writing Compelling Posts on Your Blog From the post, here are theContinue reading “Writing Posts”