OnEdMentors
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Passionate educators connect weekly to address questions, explore perspectives and learn from each other. Noa Daniel hosts these vibrant and informative discussions.

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Tonight, Noa Daniel is joined by Melanie Mulcaster, Derek Tangredi, Kyle Kitchen and Chris Woods—all STEM/STEAM experts in their own right—to discuss strategies for developing and nurturing a culture of STEM in our classrooms and schools.

Our OEMConnect episode with co-founders Leigh Cassell and Noa Daniel included panelists who are BOTH OEMConnect Mentors and Mentees. Thank you to Dr. Teri Rubinoff, Vickie Morgado, and Tracey Hunter for sharing their time and their insights. Hear why…

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and tonight, the OnEdMentors show is dedicated to exploring “learning to read” from the perspective of a child with—diagnosed or not—with Dyslexia.

Host Noa Daniel has gathered a panel of experts on the topic of…

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and tonight, the OnEdMentors show is dedicated to exploring “learning to read” from the perspective of a child with—diagnosed or not—with Dyslexia.

Host Noa Daniel has gathered a panel of experts on the topic of…

The Orange Shirt Day movement started in 2013 to highlight the pain and suffering of thousands of Indigenous children who were sent to residential school throughout the last century.

This week, Noa Daniel is joined by Colinda Clyne, Pam Agawa and…

The Orange Shirt Day movement started in 2013 to highlight the pain and suffering of thousands of Indigenous children who were sent to residential school throughout the last century.

This week, Noa Daniel is joined by Colinda Clyne, Pam Agawa and…

In this episode, we spell out Phase 3 of OEMConnect and meet the leadership team including the co-founders, Noa Daniel and Leigh Cassell, Bernadette Smith, Christine Chin and Dr. Teri Rubinoff.

In this episode, we spell out Phase 3 of OEMConnect and meet the leadership team including the co-founders, Noa Daniel and Leigh Cassell, Bernadette Smith, Christine Chin and Dr. Teri Rubinoff.

Host Noa Daniel is joined by Carol Salva, Valentina Gonzalez, Sandeep, Virginia Lowe, Brad Womack to discuss strategies for welcoming EL Learners into your classroom this year.

This week, Noa Daniel is joined by special guest Jenni Donohoo to discuss the importance of collective efficacy in our school communities. Rounding out the panel are Thaddeus Bourassa, Rola Tibshirani and Donna Fry

Guest host, Derek Tangredi, leads a team of expert (and passionate) educators in a conversation about the value and importance of STEAM/STEM education.

A lively and nuanced discussion!

This week, Noa Daniel welcomes ONedSSChat leaders, Leigh Cassell and Jennifer Casa Todd and regular members of the student panel that gather monthly to explore issuesrelated to social justice, character, and citizenship.

Noa Daniel hosts a special OnEDMentors episode featuring MADPD organizers Derek Rhodenizer and Peter Cameron. Listen in as the team discuss this year’s MADPD event being held on Sunday, May 5th, 2019!

On this week’s show, Noa Daniel leads a conversation on the purpose of school. Joining her in the conversation: Jonathan So, Thaddeus Bourassa, Derek Rhodenizer and Stephen Hurley.

Powerful and sometimes uncomfortable.

ONedMentors host, Noa Daniel, is joined tonight by Joanna Bull, Jen Giffen, Rola Tibshirani and Derek Tangredi to offer their perspective on the power and possibilities of design thinking in schools. Whether you’re just starting to think about using a…

This week on the show special guest, Barbara Bray, joins host Noa Daniel, and panelists Thaddeus Bourassa Jennifer Casa Todd and Stephen Hurley for a lively discussion on coaching and mentorship?

Are the two ideas and functions different? Does a…

This week on ONedMentors, it’s a conversation about learning? What is it? What enables it? How do we know that it has happened? Host Noa Daniel welcomes panelists Derek Rhodenizer, Rola Tibshirani, Thaddeus Bourassa and Jonathan So.

What is…

A special ONedMentors program dedicated to the work of Learning Forward Ontario, a provincially-based, but internationally connected, network of consultants, co- ordinators, principals, vice-principals, teachers, superintendents, directors of…

In tonight’s episode, Noa Daniel and Leigh Cassell catch up with some of the mentees involved in this year’s OEMConnect program. Listen in as they discuss the power of personal mentorship as they begin their lives as teachers.

It’s a transition week as the OnEdMentors show takes a bit of a turn into a new direction and some new territory. In this week’s episode, Derek Rhodenizer prepares to hand the leadership reigns for the show over to Noa Daniel as Stephen Hurley,…

This week, Mark Carbone, Noa Daniel and Stephen Hurley gather to dig deep in to the question of change in education. What makes it so difficult and contentious? What are the conditions that enable change? What advice do we have for change-makers in…

This month the ONedSsChat panel discusses the connection between Music and Mental Health. The following questions guide today’s discussion and this month’s slow chat:

1. Why do you listen to music?
2. Why should teachers use music in class and/or…

Dr Samantha Fecich, author of EduMagic, joins OnEdMentors with two preservice teachers, Paige Wilson and Ashlyn Tucker, and two teachers, Melissa-Ann Pero and Kristen Nan, who are partner teachers in the Virtual Co-op.

Listen to this episode to…

Noa Daniel welcomes mentors and mentees in Phase 2 of the OEMConnect program to the voicEd Radio airwaves for a reflection on their “why” for participating in the program and what they would like to see in a mentorship initiative.

A very special broadcast to launch Phase 2 of the OnEdMentors Connect collaborative inquiry Mentorship project. Join Noa Daniel and Leigh Cassell as they introduce some of the mentors, mentees and critical friends involved in this phase of the project

What happens to our face-to-face relationships when an increasing amount of our “social time” is spent in online environments? In particular, how is school culture impacted when, increasingly, teachers are finding their Professional Learning Networks…

This week’s conversation took place just after National Pink Shirt Day in Canada—an initiative that, on the one hand, raises awareness about different forms of bullying but, on the other, draws attention to the power of kindness. Is kindness something…

What metaphorical images do you bring to your work as an educator? Teacher as… Gardener? Pilot? Magician? And when you explore that image a little deeper, what does it mean for the way you see your students, parents and others in your field of vision?