Ben Sichel teaches Spanish and social studies, including Mi’kmaq Studies 10 and African Canadian Studies 11, at Prince Andrew High School in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He is completing a Master’s degree focusing on anti-racist education, equity and diversity from Mount Saint Vincent University.… More
My name is Krista, and I’m thrilled to be joining this community of experience and expertise.
I’m a doctoral student studying sociology at Carleton University. I’ve had a wide array of jobs, but the constant strand guiding me over the years has been my passion for education.… More
I worked for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board as an educator for twenty-three years. I taught various grades at the elementary level, served as a Program Consultant, a Vice-Principal, and a Principal.… More
Eric Rosenberg is a nature-inspired city guy with strong curiosities and big talent for turning what he learns and how he sees it into forms and content that engage us. He has a post-industrial sensibility, meaning his inclinations are toward a small-scale, grassroots way of life, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach.… More
All the formal stuff is already on the web here, if you’re interested.
One of the things that you realize when writing an “About” piece is that most of it is in the past! … More
With 25 years experience that spans elementary, secondary and post-secondary panels, I struggle every day to provide rich and authentic learning opportunities to teachers and students alike. Currently a student success teacher and special education instructor, I see it as my mission to model teaching and learning that is relevant for an unknown future. … More
Welcome To voicEd.ca
We are a collective of voices who have an interest in collaborating on conversations, discussion and even debates about the future of education and schooling in Canada. The voices that you will meet here are varied and diverse, but all of them are connected by a passion for envisioning an education system that is vibrant, relevant and effective for all students.
We hope that you will enjoy exploring the different perspectives that live here. We also invite you to take time to join in as many of the conversations as you would like.
If you would like to add your voice to our efforts, don't hesitate to be in touch using the contact information listed at the bottom of this page.
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