The Sounds of Silence, Trauma as Pedagogy, Paper Chase and more

By Doug Peterson

Each week, Doug Peterson and Stephen Hurley scan the blogosphere for new writing from Ontario educators. If you're looking for inspiration for your own blog writing, or simply want to plug into what other educators are talking about, join us for each week for lively conversation and insight.

This weekly show is about great posts from Ontario Edubloggers and the star lineup this week is:

The agenda, with rough timestamps
0:00 Vicky, Stephen, and Doug chat
0:10Vicky Loras – My PhD Bookstack: Indigenous Resources
0:20Aviva Dunsiger – An Upside To Covering Classes
0:30Lisa Corbett – Slice of Life
0:40Diana Maliszewski – Refocus on Planning and Partnering
0:50OnEdMentors (Noa Daniel) – Curating a Student-Driven Holocaust Exhibit



Doug Peterson
Teacher, Presenter, Blogger, and now Radio Show co-host

In November 2017, Doug became the President of the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario. ECOO

Doug Peterson most recently was a sessional instructor at the Faculty of Education at the University of Windsor.

Previously, Doug had taught Data Processing, Computer Science, Accounting, General Business Studies, and Mathematics at the secondary school level and was the Director of Business Education at Sandwich Secondary School in LaSalle, Ontario.

Doug also was a Computers in Education Program Consultant with the Essex County Board of Education and, after the amalgamation of school boards,