OnEdMentors
Where passionate educators connect
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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Reflection is a key component of education and podcasting can be a great tool to support it. Podcasters have unique opportunities to reflect before, during, and after each episode. This episode explores some connections between podcasting and…

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The Mentoree meets 2023 with a lot of offerings and a mission statement that guides and grounds their work. This episode explores why The Mentoree was created, how it has evolved, and answers the questions that are asked about this dynamic learning…

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According to the back cover of Angela Stockman’s book on the subject, “Multimodal composition is a meaningful and critical way for students to tell their stories, make good arguments, and share their expertise…” What is multimodal composition and how…

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Formal identification of a student’s learning needs is important, but that process can be a long and challenging journey on its own. While we have to wait to use the labels that can help get students certain supports, we don’t have to wait to help…

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Place based learning is a pedagogical approach worth discovering. It’s also referred to as PBE- Place Based Education. Learn more about why it’s important and how to help cultivate more of this in your classroom and school.

On tonight’s panel:…

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“Leading with positive ethical values builds trust and brings out the best in people, which brings out the best in the organization, which leads to great results.” -Linda Fisher Thornton

Tonight a panel of education thought leaders discuss the…

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Rob Flossman has helped students curate a meaningful Holocasut museum at Waterdown High School for decades. He and four of his students share the meaning and impact of this experience.

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On the first Thursday of each month, we invite a panel of preservice teachers/ teacher candidates to ask their questions to a panel of our Mentors. This month, the conversation is focused on home school communication and parent teacher…

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As more schools refer to students learning English as MLL’s and less direct support is provided, teachers require new strategies and lines of thinking to support their language learners.

On tonight’s panel:

Valentina Gonzalez @ValentinaESL…

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Inclusive assessment is about more than evaluating students. It is an approach to teaching and assessment that helps students learn and grow.

On tonight’s panel:

Radhika Bhatt
Rola Tibshirani @rolat
Derrick Schellenberg @Mr_Schellenberg

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Author

Noa Daniel
Teacher, Consultant and CBO at The Mentoree and Building Outside the Blocks, , Speaker, and Children’s Book Author

Noa Daniel MEd, is a classroom teacher in the York Region District School Board outside Toronto, Canada. Through her consulting work at Building Outside the Blocks, she creates personalizing projects and initiatives for schools, boards, and communities. Noa is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Mentoree, a mentorship community for educators.. She is also a blogger, a children’s book author and podcaster. Noa’s children’s books include Crazy for Canada, Old Timers: The One That Got Away, and her newest, Strum and The Wild Turkeys through EduMatch Publishing. Noa hosts OnEdMentors on voicEd Radio and the former show, The Personal Playlist Podcast.