Onenote Rocks!!

So, here we are again and I just wanted to share Onenote through a new means; via my Edublog (its been a while anyways, so I am over due). Let me start with the Onenote Website, which has lots of fabulous resources and ‘learning tools’ (Gosh I am a witty fella) that anyone can access Read More…

Extra Curricular Digital Learning….

So, I just completed a 3 week online, digital Ipad training coarse that was fantastic!! The course had 7 Webinars that other Educators created and are sharing various resources to part of the Simple K12 Teacher Learning Community, which can be found online and you can join for a small fee. This site has so Read More…

Coding in the classroom, lesson #1

So, today I started my investigation on using coding in a kindergarten classroom, and was pleasantly surprised with some of the outcomes. I worked in a small group with three students in senior kindergarten, whom I was thinking may have a good grasp and understanding of potentially ‘getting coding’. I began with a statement; which Read More…

Coding 101 for a beginner….

So, after walking away from the recent Canconnect Conference in Niagara Falls this past weekend I decided one (of many others) tasks I would set my mind to was coding. Getting to know what it is, how it works, finding the best programs for my target audience; primary students, most significantly kindergarten but open to Read More…