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Collegiality and Food

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.”
― Attributed to J.R.R. Tolkien

There is something to be said for the positive impact that sharing a meal with colleagues in a non-work context has upon your mental state, your happiness, and your stress levels. 490 more words


FTPL - Why should Teachers use Twitter?

With the start of a new term, I have put together some new videos for the Flipped Teacher Professional Learning series. This new series of FTPL videos focuses on why and how to use Twitter as an educator, both as a tool for your own professional learning and networking as all as a tool for teaching in learning in your classroom. 31 more words


What is iWinleusd?


After school one day, thinking out loud…annoyed with the ‘all by-myself’ learning I constantly do… I shared with my colleague, Shelley, I want to learn about the advanced features of Twitter (tricks), so I could function better during a Twitter chat. 261 more words


My 5 Tips for Tackling Social Media

During my spring semester of 2016 I took a Social Media Marketing class at the University of Northern Colorado. I had no idea that I used to be such a social media caveman. 1,281 more words

Personal Branding

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

It’s another Friday and a chance for me to share with you some of the spectacular reading I enjoyed recently from great Ontario Edubloggers.  I had some self-inflicted damage to my regular process.  1,212 more words


Taryn's Taxonomy of Professional Learning Resources

As PYP Coordinator, my job is not only to support my colleagues as teachers, but also as learners. When I meet with them to talk about their professional learning I usually ask the same three questions: 1,122 more words