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Blogger Posts Index
The @ECOOorg Daily
#ECOOchat #IoT The Internet of Things and Education
Counting Down to “Hour of Code”
ECOOcodes Hour of Code 2017 Resources
A Constructionist Approach to Computational Thinking
How ECOO Began
ECOO Life Members
ECOO Board of Directors, 2018-19
ECOO Board Meeting Summaries
From the President
ECOO Board: Responsibilities of Board Members
ECOO Equity Statement
ECOO: A Culture of Safety, Respect, and Trust
“It’s Not About the Tool” – a Naïve Myth.
So You Want Kids to Code! Why?
Project Based Learning: What if We Didn’t Start with a Question?
Making Does Not Equal Constructionism
‘Limited Pedagogy’ in the Past? I Don’t Think So!
Redefining Reading and the Role of the Teacher-Librarian
Cultivating Participatory Cultures in your Library Learning Commons
#BIT16 Reads Book Club
Transliteracy and the Teacher-Librarian
Homework for Mom
We Need Cellphones In School Because They’re Distracting
Five Reasons You Shouldn’t Use Technology In The Classroom
Coffee Shops Are Better Than Classrooms
Canadian Schools Silence Teachers on Social Media
Why Teaching Digital Citizenship Doesn’t Work
The Importance of Literacy: What Story? Whose Story?
2018: Hall-Dennis–Looking Back to Look Ahead
Joel Westheimer: Music Education and the Teaching of History
Michael Zwaagstra: The Importance of Content Knowledge
Mark Kingwell: Fail Better – Why Baseball Matters
It’s “check-in time”
My #OneWordOnt 2018
My #5BestEd Decisions
Open for/to Learning
The Digital Divide is Deep and Wide
ECOO 2017: Building your EdTech house on shifting ground
ECOO16: the DIY approach protects you from the tyranny of technology
Digital Skills Continuum
3D Modelling for Everyone
Farewell #OneWord2017, Welcome #OneWord2018
Taking Care of Twins (aka “I’m too old for this stuff!)
My friend Jeff
Hard Questions and Second Chances
Multilingual Media Movies
The Launch of #Educhat
You Don’t Have Time to Read This
It’s Time for Change
Seven Degrees of Connectedness
Letters from the Edge
Do We Need To Learn How To Play?
It Took A Critical Friend To Help Me See Things Differently
How Does Play Change Reading And Writing?
Breaking At #BIT16: My Self-Regulated Conference Experience
This Is My Story
5 Ways to Turn the “Hour of Code” into the “Year of Learning”
Learning Design by Making Games (in Scratch)
“Coding to Learn” Outcomes
Why do you want kids to code?
Scratch is the right place for coding
Christie Lake Climb For Kids! Join the Adventure!
The End of School Resource Officers in Toronto District Public Schools
Making Connections – Edcamp Ottawa, Voiced Radio, MADPD
Travels with My Daughter
Should You Have Challenging Conversations?
Leading & Building a Positive Culture as a Teacher-Librarian
Critical Thinking & Problem Solving: Escape Room
Opportunities for Innovation in Traditional Classes
Creating a Culture of Kindness
Banning Cell phones: Ongoing Tensions