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How are you preparing for today’s learners? The “Gen Z” that we hear about? I share some ideas for you and my own observations and reflections.  Check out iBlocks for PBL and let me know what you think! 

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Want to get started with PBL and not sure where to begin?  Listen to this episode and check out the resources I shared including PBL Works and dive into iBlocks for all you need. I love the Rube Goldberg example that I started with!  Follow…

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Be sure to check out some of the methods like genius hour, PBL and station rotations. 
Tools mentioned include Buncee, Book Creator, Flip, iBlocks, Padlet, Spaces. 

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Listen to our conversation with Michele about the importance of learning experiences that promote the development of SEL and help students to learn about challenges in the world. Look at @x2VOL for tracking hours for work-based learning, CTE,…

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Catch up with the great chat Rachelle and Mel had with Jon Spike on our Thrive o’clock show. Here is a link to the recording.  Follow @Rdene915 @mjmcalliwrites and @jonathanspike on Twitter. 
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If you have not been to an ISTE Conference, I recommend that you add it to your list for next June when it is in Philly, June 25-28.  Special thanks to all of my friends for an amazing time in NOLA.  Thankful to have been a Featured Voice this year…

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Love finding new tools that help educators to form a collaborative and supportive learning community for students and PLCs!  Stop by at #ISTELIVE 22 and visit their team and also check out their site and sign up for a demo!  Check out @Kaltura…

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Helping students to  build skills in STEM is essential, especially with such a demand for these skills in the future. Through the right opportunities and resources, students can build STEM and SEL skills , both of which will best prepare them for the…

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Providing for our school community is so important. In this episode, I talk with Pat Bhava, CEO, and Founder of Pikmykid. Pikmykid is a school safety and dismissal platform that provides many benefits for the whole school community. If you haven’t…

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It is so important to take time to focus on our mental health and wellness and have strategies in place to help us work through challenges. What are your strategies for self-care and dealing with stress?  Build SEL skills is important for students and…

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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.