Doug Peterson

"Doug Peterson is a sessional instructor at the Faculty of Education at the University of Windsor. I have 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.  I also was a Computers in Education Program Consultant with the Greater Essex County District School Board and before that, the Essex County Board of Education.  In the middle of all this, I managed the Information Technology Department for the Greater Essex County District School Board.  Most recently, I am teaching the Computer Studies teachable option at the University of Windsor." Quoted from here.

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Recent Posts

Give a Little; Get Back a Lot
Learning to Code
Writing with Expresso
An Interview with Donna Fry
Incredible Images via Wellcome
At OTF Teaching, Learning & Technology Conference – Hopscotch, Sphero, Social Reading
This Has Potential
An Interview with The Beast
Is The Writing On The Wall?
Terms of Use
A Reminder
Deep Understanding
An Idea That Just Keeps Growing
That Ontario Group
Bloom's Taxonomy
Flock 3.0
Evaluating My Blog
Doug Never Says Anything
Follow Ontario Edu-Bloggers, Part II
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A Good Storm
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Open Clip Art Gallery
Plan Now for a Year of Social Success
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Digital Citizenship and Creative Content
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Whatever happened to … Logo?
Having a PLN
Plan Now for a Year of Social Success (2018 Version)
An interview with Michelle Cordy
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More than marks
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Free images done right
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63 easy steps to digital literacy
The “P” in PLN
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Dear Mr. Ford…
Curriculum forum members step up