I Wish I Knew EDU
Looking Back and Learning Forward
Join host, Ramona Meharg (@RamonaMeharg) as she and her guests explore what it might look like if they knew then what they know now.

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, It’s P1 or Ramona’s conversation with Dawn Fyn @AFynClass about her EDU journey, #safeschools, equity & diversity, teaching/unlearning in Northern Quebec, the 80/20 split and promoting a positive school culture.

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, It’s P2 of Ramona’s conversation with Stacey Roshan @buddyxo about #innovation #EdTech, Knowing what works for Ss & Ts, #TechWithHeart & unlocking the possibilities @dbc_inc @PearDeck @Flipgrid

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, It’s P1 of Ramona’s conversation with Stacey Roshan @buddyxo about #innovation #EdTech, #FlippedClassroom, the power of Community, reimagining our classrooms and her book #TechWithHeart. @dbc_inc

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, I’m talking to Dr. Matthew X Joseph, @MatthewXJoseph about not over teaching or talking, the power of a global PLN, #WalkingED, MASCD, promoting innovation, podcasting, & his new book: Power of Connections @MentorRound…

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, It’s P2 with Dan Clarke, @clarkeofdolway about what makes a good leader, making the decision to retire and the FOMO when you do as well as reflections on the changes he’s seen since retirement and how EDU will always…

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, It’s P1 with Dan Clarke, @clarkeofdolway about his EDU journey & passions, leadership, the jump from teacher to Admin, making tough decisions based on what is best for Ss and knowing that tough days don’t last.

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, it’s Part 1 of Ramona’s conversation with Mike Phillips @Mike_Phi11ips about having a learner mindset, mentorship, leadership, creating the conditions for others to be successful, and the importance of listening to and…

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, it’s Part 1 of Ramona’s conversation with Mike Phillips @Mike_Phi11ips about his EDU journey, camp counselling, coaching, rugby, living and teaching in New Zealand and having a learner mindset. #onted #leadership #TVDSB

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, It’s P2 with Nikita Miller @NikitaLdnont about Experiential learning, community development, Girls Lead camp, working with non-profits, her role as Experiential Learning Lead with @TVDSB and how passion trumps all….

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This week on I Wish I Knew EDU, It’s P1 with Nikita Miller @NikitaLdnont about Experiential learning, #diversity, reflection, mentors, learning outside formal EDU in Katimavik, J’explore, Canada World Youth & Africa, her lessons in privilege, & having…

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Author

Stephen Hurley
Chief Catalyst, voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

He has a strong relationship with the EdCan Network (formerly the Canadian Education Association), an organization that inspired the launch and evolution of voicEd Radio Canada.

Hurley believes that stronger connections between education research, practice and policy are essential to the type of change that will be necessary in Canada's public education systems moving forward.