I was walking through the lobby of the hotel and heard my name being called. It was Stephen and several of his colleagues from Northern Ontario. We have been Twitter friends for some time and this was our first chance to chat face-to-face. I also thought it was a good time to interview Stephen and have him share some of the great things going on in Northern Ontario.
Megan is an Australian who has made a home here in Canada. I met up with Megan at the CanConnect Conference in Niagara Falls this spring and took the opportunity to interview her. Have listen and learn about Megan’s involvement with TEDed and her awesome project.
Today I am posting an interview I had with a friend and frequent collaborator, Jane Mitchinson. We spoke about fake news, journalism, and axe throwing. Have a listen and find out more about how media is becoming more important in how we view world events.
This is my second blog post in the #5posts5days challenge. It is not a reflective post but a podcast where I talk to other educators that I have learned from. Also, face to face with your PLN is a great way to spend a Saturday morning.
This weekend I interviewed Alison Bullock (@aliringbull) over breakfast. We talked about her passions and she taught me that knitting was 11th century coding. I always learn something from Alison, have a listen and you might too.
This is the last in a series of interviews I conducted over the Christmas Holidays in London, Ontario with some of the inspirational educators in the TVDSB.
In this interview I had an opportunity to speak to Derek Tangredi (@dtangred) who has a background in Engineering and has pioneered the Maker Movement into his teaching.