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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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On February 28, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) released its report on its Right to Read public inquiry. Among other things, the report highlights how learning to read is not a privilege but a basic and essential human right. It provided…

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How do we notice things of value and name them in order to enhance our pedagogical documentation and help early years learners move along the continuum, especially through play. What skills and tools does this require and how can early years educators…

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This episode gathers educators from Canada and the US to address questions that have come in from teacher candidates about what to do in the spaces in between graduation and landing a permanent job.

Tonight’s Panelists:

Jaclyn Barankin…

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Teaching “soft skills” can feel so hard, and there are so many social emotional learning skills needed, especially as a result of the pandemic. Why should we make time for cultivating compassion in the classroom and what are some ways we can do that?…

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n 2017, the United Nations officially recognized April 21 as the World Day of Creativity and Innovation to raise awareness of the role of creativity in all aspects of human development. There are many different tools to helps students foster their…

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Many teachers face new experiences and challenges once they become parents. What are the benefits of being a parent while being a teacher and what are some of the drawbacks?

Tonight’s panelists:

Jen Giffen @VirtualGiff
Nicole Biscotti…

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In Part 2, we revisit the conversation that we began on the Dec 9ths episode to dive deeper into the role that student agency and voice play in creating equitable assessments for our inquiry classrooms and the role assessment can play to build bridges…

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What is an essay and how did the essay become such an important medium in education. How does the almighty essay help students learn or demonstrate learning? Can other products help us gauge these same skills in our learners and why should we consider…

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Technology can be a powerful tool for transforming learning. It can help affirm and advance relationships between educators and students, reinvent our approaches to learning and collaboration, shrink long-standing equity and accessibility gaps, and…

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People aspire to become school administrators for various reasons, and one of the hurdles to reaching that goal of formal educational leadership is the interview. Our panel aims to support aspiring administrators to best prepare for the interview…

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