Que sera Sarah?
avec Sarah Anne Lalonde
Join me as I go straight to the sources of my curiosity. Each episode I get to discover or rediscover everyday educators as we discuss their passions and their projects. Listen in on our conversation and let our words spark imagination and inspiration.

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Cet épisode consiste d’une multitude de témoignages portant sur l’expérience de pédagogues qui se sont débarrassés de leurs bureaux de prof. This bilingual episode highlights the benefits, along with certain strategies, on why and how to get rid of…

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Enseignante au primaire, Julie Choquette-Scott a été de l’ouest à l’est du Canadien français. Québécoise de naissance, elle s’est aventurée dans une découverte de la francophonie canadienne en Alberta et maintenant à Halifax! Un shock culturel par…

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It’s in a tiny home style wood cabane, heated by a small wood fireplace in the middle of Labelle, QC where Sarah and Matthieu take a look at the last 100 episodes of the podcast. This was the perfect opportunity for Matthieu to dig up some gems from…

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C’est dans une cabane chauffée au bois en plein hiver à Labelle, Québec, que Sarah fait un retour sur les dernières années de podcasting en ce 100e épisode! C’était l’occasion parfaite pour Matthieu Leroux d’aller creuser dans les archives de QSS pour…

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Est-ce que les élèves de nos jours sont encore capables de jouer dehors?

D’après moi, Chantal Larivière est la meilleure personne pour répondre à cette question. Une conseillère pédagogique du CEPEO et accompagnatrice à l’École élémentaire publique…

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Je me suis assisse avec mon enseignante de 6e et 7e année, Mme Monique Poulin (enseignante à la retraite) pour discuter de son cheminement en enseignement, les transitions qu’elle a vécues avec les différents types de pédagogie (session/ouverte) et…

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Before the official holidays end, I just wanted to upload a short episode I recorded with my students before the end of the holiday break! This was their initiation to podcasting and I congratulate them for taking the jump with me in this fun little…

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This episode features futur music teacher, Greg Sykes who I connected with though (OEMConnect) https://www.digitalhumanlibrary.org/onedmentors-connect/. We start off the episode with a little Stomping’ Tom (head straight to 3:22 for that!) I chat a…

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Tonya is an International Literacy Consultant with #EKC who gets to travel the world and accompany students and teachers in their learning. We chatted in depth about a student centred approach, the importance of communication between colleagues and…

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Spends her days with students preparing to transition out of high school and who are currently in the GLE program. What I quickly learnt is that Rebecca is not your average every day teacher. She looks to do things DIFFERENTLY and gives a ton of…

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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.