We hope you have enjoyed the work of two Ontario bloggers over the past two days, Leigh Cassell and Michelle Parrish.
After two years of promoting connected learners, OSSEMOOC is updating its blogroll to feature active education bloggers in Ontario and beyond. You can see to the right ——>
how we are adding ACTIVE blogs to the site, curated so that you can find what you are looking for.
Please share your blog information with us in the form below. We will be removing links to blogs that are no longer active.
Thank you for your dedication to making your learning and thinking visible to others.
If you are not a blogger, please continue to visit this site so you might learn from your colleagues, and see examples of educators who believe in building our knowledge together.
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As we continue our focus on blogging, today we feature the reflective practice of KPDSB teacher Michelle Parrish. We can learn so much from teachers who openly reflect on the work they do with our young people.
You might remember Michelle’s insights as she also generously shared with us as a guest panellist during the Innovator’s Mindset book club Google Hangouts on Air.
Thanks, Michelle, for your generous open practice that helps us build knowledge together.
Please take a moment to read and comment on Michelle’s blog, or the blogs of her students, here: https://mproom31.wordpress.com
This week, we will focus on the Ontario educators and the aspiring educators who are sharing openly with the world.
We build knowledge together when we share our learning openly.
Dr. Carol Campbell, Advisor to the Ontario Minister of Education, tells us that blogging is the foundation of our professional learning.
We encourage all of you to blog your learning. Make it open and searchable for others.
This week we will feature Ontario bloggers who are role models for all of us in building this learning together.
Let’s begin with Ontario Education Leader Leigh Cassell, one of our amazing leaders of #innovatorsmindset Book Study
After a successful weekend of learning at #GAFESUMMIT Ontario in Kitchener last weekend, OSSEMOOC is heading to Thunder Bay this weekend for their first ever Google Apps for Education Summit, hosted by Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board.
OSSEMOOC will be sharing all the great ways leaders use technology to streamline their workload. We want to share ideas with our northern leaders. Please contribute to the list of ideas below.
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