Archive | July 2015
Check out my article in Edutopia – Hackathons as a New Pedagogy
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- RT @CarolCampbell4: @mcguirp Thanks Paul. I am not aware of any of my colleagues (or myself) at @OISEUofT being “in full panic mode”. Certa… 7 hours ago
- @Educhatter @LisaThompsonMPP @JUMP_Math @JoAnneGross1 @Doretta_Wilson Stick to education in Halifax @Educhatter 🤐 -… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 7 hours ago
- Thank you @JFAAP for this statement! @MichaelTibollo @fordnation need to respond. #OnPoli #JaneFinch unbelievable… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 hours ago
- RT @LizBHolder: Want to address the opp gap & exp sci ed from an Indigenous persp @TDSB? Then hold Aug 13-15 for a trip to Sudbury. #Indige… 11 hours ago
- RT @TDSB_Robotics: Another great day leaning to code using @LEGO_Education Mindstorms EV3 software & @VRTCanada with students from @CummerV… 14 hours ago
- Apple Distinguished Educator Application – Brandon Zoras 2017
- Education doesn’t need monorails!!!
- Global News getting in virtually while students on lockdown
- For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood… and the Rest of Y’all Too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education – A Review
- Are we doing enough for our new teachers?