Dr. Parking Lot: Extending The Baked Potato Analogy

‘Tis the season.┬áAlong with holiday carols, shopping sprees, and gingerbread lattes (I do prefer the Chestnut Praline one instead ­čÖé ), it’s almost time for my winter parking tweets. Oh are the winter parking tweets coming? ÔŁä´ŞĆ pic.twitter.com/Rvq1PIqGJ2 — Jason … Continue reading

Real Relationships: Are They Key To Parent Engagement?

With all of Lisa Thompson‘s announcements over the Break, edu-Twitter has been a very vocal space. While I’ve read more tweets than I’ve responded to, I have been incredibly interested to see what people are thinking, what questions they have, … Continue reading

Contemplating Coding Once Again … What Do You Think?

I have blogged a lot about coding before, and this is a topic that I continue to contemplate as I learn more about it. When I read the finalized Kindergarten Program Document this summer, I saw some great connections to … Continue reading

Our Transforming Classroom

Last Friday, Doug Peterson featured Peter Cameron‘s “Transformed Classroom” in his┬áThis Week In Ontario Edublogs┬ápost. Peter’s initial blog post and Doug’s┬ápost highlighting it, led to the creation of an #ourlearningspace challenge. Doug recently tagged me to participate in the challenge. … Continue reading

My Blog Reflections … What About Yours?

As I’ve mentioned on this blog before, I always start off my day by┬áreading Doug Peterson‘s blog posts. He publishes daily at 5:01 am, which happens to coincide perfectly with my wake-up routine. This morning, Doug did┬ásome reflecting on blogging, … Continue reading