Hello and welcome to the ‘SharesEase’!

The intent of this website is simple; to SHARE with EASE my best ideas, practices and resources with all teachers throughout the world! It is my hopes that teachers will EASILY take and use what they find useful, leave something in return and/or SHARE this website with other teachers throughout the world!

Check back often as I’ll be adding new SharesEases daily!

What’s a SharesEase?

I have found that searching for ideas and resources can be overwhelming and time consuming as there is so much information available at teachers’ fingertips and many Blogs and websites are loaded with text.  So to save time, my posts will be short and to the point, similar to a tweet, but not limited to 140 characters, but to 140 words (approximately 10 lines). Based on the length of some of my posts, this is easier said than done! I’m going to call this type of post a SharesEase! The intent is to provide more information than a tweet but not so much that the reader is overwhelmed with unnecessary details and information.

Visitors to  Mr. C’s SharesEase are welcome to leave their own relevant thoughts, ideas and resources in the “Reply” section at the bottom of each page to help add to the richness and value of this site.  I can also be reached by email: cherandpete@yahoo.ca

I am open to suggestions and ideas!

Enjoy SharesEase!

Mr. C

12 Responses to

  1. Love the SharesEase thought.


  2. Mary T Mccullagh says:

    Thank you!


  3. Jan Dance says:

    Keep up the inspiring work…you and your kids are changing the world!


  4. Valerie says:

    Hi Mr. C, ShareEase is chock full of great ideas that can be implemented into the classroom today! I think these are great to share, and would like to invite you to consider nominating yourself for an ORION Leadership Award, which recognizes innovators in Ontario: http://www.thinkconference.ca/leadership-awards/ Please be in touch if you have any questions.


  5. sapryse says:

    I love this idea of ShareEase, I’m wondering if we could turn it into a project of lots of teachers ideas in one space. Not sure how that could happen though:)


  6. I love your blog. Truly helpful to teachers who are trying to integrate tech tools in teaching. I would also like to take this opportunity to share my blog: https://francisjimtuscano.wordpress.com/ Thanks!


  7. Gina Frey says:

    My students are thrilled about the Global Tower Building Challenge. They have conducted their research, sketched out their design, and began building their towers (hopefully applying knowledge learned from their research).


  8. Love the power of teachers sharing what they know and what works for them! http://edtech4schools.blogspot.com/


  9. Marilyn Carr says:

    Thanks for sharing what you are doing in your classroom! The success criteria sheets are especially helpful.



  10. youssi says:

    thanks for sharing


  11. Alice Glass says:

    I applied from National Geographic thread. I hope it’s not too late to participate 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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