British Columbia BCSSA Alberta CASS Saskatchewan SASBO Manitoba MASS Ontario OPSA AdvertisementsRead more "Superintendent Job links in Canada"
“Explore and share Canadian perspectives in Education. We are looking for innovations in Administrative strategies. We want to weave together stories and numbers from administrators across Canada. We met as a chance encounter on social media twitter on #mbedchat and as like minded administrator have learned and grown together, which has prompted us to want […]Read more "Adminja: A podcast for Canadian Principals, by Canadian Principals"
The Warren Elementary School “WESNEWS” program originally grew out of necessity. Our PA system periodically failed in 2016 . Having made a commercial for our Indigo campaign I gathered some students who had been involved to problem solve and suggest a video based announcement system. We didn’t know how but we knew what we wanted […]Read more "WES News- Daily Live YouTube School Announcements"
Recently my division purchased several sets of Lego Mindstorms EV3. As I have had lots of fun teaching students to code in an hour long coding club a la “Hour of Code”. I decided to investigate further. Upon opening the box and downloading the free software I began building my first model. My son […]Read more "Lego Mindstorms EV3"
Welcome to our Live Daily Announcements Broadcast Page. We broadcast daily at 8:55am (CST). Following each of our broadcasts our videos are posted to our Twitter feed below. Click this link to open our Youtube “Live Feed” which will broadcast everyday at 8:55am. Enjoy! Click Here to see today’s Live Feed! The posts below are […]Read more "WES News Live Link Page"
Yesterday (March 15, 2017) I participated in the #IMMOOC on Twitter. I always learn something new on Twitter, but yesterday was special. I spoke ran across a new idea “Pineapple”, which although it has a goofy name actually is a timely solution to an identified need for our staff. The Pineapple process(identified here fully) is […]Read more "Professional Silo’s: How do you like them (pine)apples"
In a previous blog post I said: “The danger of not teaching students to be critical consumers is far greater then not recognizing harmless April fools jokes. Children we teach today will be the decision makers of tomorrow so if they are willing to believe things without evaluation we are in big trouble.” (click here […]Read more "Fake News- A Critical Consumers guide to Media awareness"