Through this blog I would like to share, learn and grow as the education landscape continues to make this amazing shift into the 21st century.  My blog posts are a way to express my thoughts on the current and future state of education within my context.  The inspiration for my writing comes from my reading and daily practice.  I would love to hear your views on my ideas.  Enjoy.

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  1. Roy Fernandes


    I’m a principal at a school in Toronto and while I’m not a technophobe, I’m not a technophile either. Have been learning in the last month about blogs, twitter accounts, etc. I recently added a link to your blog to mine as part of an assignment we were asked to do. Your post today about tweets was VERY topical as I am very unsure how to use the tweeting on a daily basis. Will start following as soon as I remember by twitter password! One big question I have is how have you encouraged parents to follow. I have more board people following me than parents so I’m not sure how to get those numbers up. My blog is learninginthetechworld.wordpress.com Have a good weekend ahead.


  2. teoatglipho

    Fantastic blog here Greg! I work for a new social blogging site called glipho.com, and was just wondering if you would be interested in sharing your posts there with us? It wouldn’t change anything with your blog, and I know there are many within our community who work in the education field, and they would love to read through your work here. Let me know what you think!

    All the best,



    • Would be happy to share. Could you send me the link to the blog to check it out first. Thanks for your interest in what I write about.


  3. Hi Greg,
    Reading your Blog and love your mission. I am a Canadian working for a US EdTech Company, did a demo with the Dep. Minister of Education in Nova Scotia, he said this show lots of promise and pretty impressed. Please viewout http://www.zulama.com if you get a chance, we can host a demo anytime you would like. Thanks John


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