Welcome to the 4th in my series of “snippets” blog posts. See here for previous ones.
GitHub and Macs
Are you using GitHub and on a Mac? Here’s an excellent .gitignore file you can use that will keep all those pesky ._ files out of your repository:
Need to Record System Audio Using Camtasia on a Mac M1 Computer?
Setting up to record system audio using Camtasia on a Mac M1 computer is a bit of a nuisance. See here for the instructions:
Data Analysis Content in the Ontario Curriculum?
There were lots of responses! You can check them out here.
Keyboard Shortcuts on a Mac
I recently bought a new Mac but my Mac keyboard shortcut skills are quite rusty. This page has helped me immensely to get back in the groove.
Today’s coronavirus news: Ontario reports record 4,456 COVID-19 cases, 21 deaths; 1,513 patients are currently in Ontario hospitals due to the virus, with 605 in intensive care
It’s pretty sad that Canada’s per-capita rate of Covid is higher than the US. Please, stay home everyone, and get vaccinated as soon as you’re eligible.
Ontario has a large number of really great AQ providers, but sometimes it’s difficult finding information from them such as registration deadlines, who to contact, etc.
To help with this, I’ve created a resource which can be accessed and edited by anyone, provided you have a login account. I’ve decided to put this resource on GitHub, which is an excellent (and free) website for sharing resources and collaboration that I’m trying to teach other educators about.
Continue reading “Please Help Me with the Collaborative AQ Providers Resource for Ontario Teachers!”
Day 4 Learning Summary for #100DaysOfCode
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Have you wanted to learn how to program but lacked the support? #100DaysOfCode is a formal (but flexible) process with a clear set of rules designed to motivate you. Part of the process involves sharing your goals and progress via social media and your files via GitHub, which is a free online repository website and version control service which many teachers are now using as an alternative to a traditional website.
Come learn how to get started and how the process works. You’ll especially benefit from this session if you never used GitHub and want to learn how easy it can be. Continue reading “#100DaysOfCode – Come Join the Fun!”