Monthly Archives: December 2011

Out of town for a bit

Well, I just started this blog and already I have to give an ‘Away’ message. I’m going to be out of town for the next two weeks, and may not have a chance to blog on the road. Advertisements

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Is Technology a Boon or a Burden?

Survey in the Globe&Mail: Is Technology a Boon or a Burden? There are some great comments representing all points of view, and some surprising demographics. For example, right now at this time, respondents between the ages of 55-64 are more … Continue reading

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Computer Programming in Education Article

Ian Livingstone: ‘Seismic shift’ in computer education This article is over a week old, but I want to post it anyways. In England, there is a new initiative to introduce computer programming into public education, claiming that current ICT education … Continue reading

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Hello, My name is James Conron and I am pre-service secondary school teacher at Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia, Canada. I am going to be starting my teaching practicum in January,  teaching 6 weeks of Grade 9 math at … Continue reading

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