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Great Blogs I Follow…and you should too
- Spokes and Sporks
- The Mobile Learner
- Technology - Not a Side Dish...
- Ms Thomas' School Blog
- Mlle Peace's Blog
- Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
- TCDSB Literacy Team Blog
- LIANE PAIXÃO
- Anthony Perrotta
- the constant happiness
- The Digital Frontline
- Inquiring Minds = Life-Long Learners
- teachingnext: ideas for educators
Tag Archives: Professional development
This past week was a big one for Pope. I guess it was not so much a big week but more a week that we had been leading up to. We had our District Review this week as 18 administrators … Continue reading
There is a Blogging challenge going around our board with multiple people who blog and I have been challenged by Roy Fernandes to step up to the plate and participate as well. Here are the requirements for the challenge: 1. … Continue reading
One of my VPs has this proverb posted in his office and it is one of my favourite. In case you have missed it, I am a sucker for YouTube clips, TED Talks and great quotes! I think I like … Continue reading
I was in the halls at the start of the day today, like I am most mornings listening to the national anthem and the morning prayer when I looked up and saw this crucifix. I had never noticed this … Continue reading
This was a very busy week at BPJPII, but a rather exciting one. I was out of the building for 3 days, (truly this is getting to be a problem that I will have to address), but truly the majority … Continue reading
We are actively looking at ways to rethink our profession or at least to think in new ways about it. This is a tough thing for people to do, especially for people that are part of the establishment. Education is … Continue reading