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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 suggestions on how to address systemic issues that affect the right to learn to read, and it emphasiz…
 
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 improve in that area? Tonight's panelists include: Dr. Teri Rubinoff @TeriRubinoff Klara Redford @…
 
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 @JBarankin Stephanie Amoruso @ms_amoruso Dr. Sam Fecich @ SFecich…
 
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? On tonight's panel: Theresa Meikle @T_Meikle Jessica Baird Dana Geall @danageall Jeff Kubiak @jeffr…
 
In 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 creativity, and we are exploring some of them with our panel on tonight’s episode of #OnEdMentors Thi…
 
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 and engage learners. Panelists: Trevor Mackenzie @trev_mackenzie Nilmini Ratwatte @nratwatte Elisa…
 
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 using them in our classrooms? On this week’s panel: Angela Stockman @angelastockman Melanie White …
 
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 adapt learning experiences to meet the needs of all learners.” Office of Educational Technology USA T…
 
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 process regardless of the board in which they work. Tonight's panelists: Karen Friedman @KarenFriedman …
 
Language Learners aren’t blank slates. They come with a wealth of knowledge that you can build on to support the acquisition of English language skills. There are many different school, board, and district models for supporting Multi Language Learners. How do you best transition from a withdrawal model for language learners to a fully integrated on…
 
Ever wondered about Rural Education and the unique challenges and opportunities faced by learners and educators in rural communities? With digital pedagogy being key to teaching through the pandemic, what has the impact on rural education been, and how has the pandemic helped or hindered learners from rural areas? On this evening's panel: Dr. Casey…
 
Teaching history in today's world has become an important challenge. What are the skills that need to be taught to students and learned by educators? What are the tools through which we can both honour and interrogate the past and make learning history relevant and meaningful for the learners in our presence. Joining Noa Daniel for the conversation…
 
Members of the original OnEdMentors broadcast community gather under the leadership of Derek Rhodenizer to reflect on how their teaching lives have evolved over the past five years, and how some of these insights might be helpful for teachers just beginning in the profession. Panelists include: Derek Rhodenizer (@DerekRhodenizer) Jonathan So (@MrSo…
 
Why are library spaces so important in schools? How do we make decisions about what books are part of school libraries, and what books should be removed? Tonight a panel of teacher librarians join host Noa Daniel to discuss this and more. Tonight’s panel includes: Jonelle St Aubyn @Ms_St_Aubyn Rabia Khokhar @Rabia_Khokhar1 Stephanie SIgner @mssigne…
 
A few months ago, Mike Mohammed tweeted out an image that got me thinking about tonight’s topic. Besides noting the role of mentorship, which is close to my heart and the impetus of our work at The Mentoree, he outlined elements that required unpacking. We are talking about the future of education and educational leadership on tonight’s #OnEdMentor…
 
The theme of this episode was determined before this new surge of cases. Many people are feeling tapped out, and it’s hard to pour from an empty cup. Issues are arising for teachers and students, and we hope this episode highlights some of the problems but is also solution oriented. On tonight's panel: Mandy Froehlich (@froehlichm) Susan Hopkins (@…
 
The Mentoree Lounge is a monthly feature on the first Thursday. We invite a panel of Mentees to ask their burning questions of a panel of Mentors. This month, Liz Vandesande has invited 3 Preservice teachers and host Noa Daniel has invited 4 Mentors on an episode titled: Doubting Destreaming Tonight’s Mentees: Grace Juliette Lauren Langellier Liz V…
 
Can math promotie social justice? Can using social justice as the context or goal of a math lesson help breed engagement and create more authentic and transferable math learning experiences? Can the universal language of numbers include the universal need for social justice and equity? Host Noa Daniel (@iamnoadaniel) welcomes tonight's panelists, i…
 
Trevor Mackenzie’s incredible book Inquiry Mindset Assessment Edition looks at equity and agency in learning. How can assessment practices reflect and create biases? How can student agency become a part of assessment practices? How can assessment practices be more equitable and help all students learn? Tonight's panel: Trevor Mackenzie @trev_macken…
 
Many teacher candidates have just finished their first placements and a series of questions have come up that will be addressed by our panel of Mentors. On tonight's panel: Lynn Thomas @THOMLYNN101 Nilmini Ratwatte-Henstridge @NRatwatte Usha KelleyMaharaj @KelleyMaharaj Vince Bustamante @VinceBustavoicEd Radio által
 
It takes a village to raise a child" is an African proverb that means that an entire community of people must provide for and interact positively with children for those children to experience and grow in a safe and healthy environment. Each of the organizations represented here tonight are communities that nurture learners and support educators th…
 
Photographs are powerful and universal. People are exposed to tens of thousands of images each day and humans take over a trillion pictures a year now. Rola Tibshirani, Catherine Tang, Pav Wander and a Chey Cheney discuss how they use photographs in the classroom to promote inquiry, meet curricular expectations and build Global Competencies.…
 
In this special Remembrance Day edition of OnEdMentors, Noa Daniel is joined by a panel of Indigenous speakers who have served Canada in military efforts around the world. Tonight's panel includes Tim O’Loan (@TimOloan), Ian McCallum (@IanMcCallum3) Brian McInnes and Jeff Monague.voicEd Radio által
 
Ramona Meharg, host of I Wish I Knew EDU (among many other things) co-hosts this week’s OnEdMentors to explore with Mentors what they wished they knew about education before they entered the profession. These week, on The Mentoree Lounge, she cohosts to engage in a conversations on this topic with some of our Mentors. On the panel this evening: Ram…
 
What can making look like in the early years and how can early years educators use maker spaces and build more constructivism into their programs/learning experiences. We are exploring Making in the Early Years on this episode of OnEdMentors Joining Noa Daniel on the panel this evening: Klara Redford @kindyfriends Michelle McKay @MsMichelleMcKay Na…
 
Get Up is a book by Sharon Neiss Arbess with David Newton that supports teens and people of all ages to get motivated, get moving, and develop the tools to keep getting up, again and again. It also contains messages from Mentors, two of whom are educators and here on tonight’s panel: Sharon Neiss Arbess @NeissArbess David Newton @TheAkiraConcept Jo…
 
In this Part 2 episode, a panel of educators who are pursuing/have pursued post graduate degrees ask their questions of our panel of retired superintendents to learn more about the role, scope and impact of an SO (Supervisory Officer). On tonight's panel: Beate Planche @bmplanche Karen Friedman @KarenFriedman Dawne Boerson @DBoersen Lisa Corbett @L…
 
Building community is something most educational organizations, schools and classroom teachers speak about and often work towards, but how do we achieve it and what are some of the ways we can do that in view of our students' needs right now? Tonight’s OnEdMentors panel: Rola Tibshirani @rolat Jason Lay @jlay02 Pamela Hall @pamhall2inspire Christin…
 
As kids continue to have the option to learn from home or school, many teachers are being mandated to have hybrid classrooms. What does that mean for teaching and learning, and what are the best practices for the hybrid model? On tonight's panel: David Hennel @henneld_edu Nate Ridgway @TeachFromRidge Jen Casa Todd @jcasatodd Vince Bustamante @Vince…
 
In this episode our panel with how they become authors, how writing has impacted their teaching and what aspiring author teachers may want to know. Tonight's panel includes: Rob Dunlop @robdunlopEDU Melody McAllister @mjmcalliwrites Alice Aspinall @aliceaspinall, @everyonecanmath Jeff Szpirglas @jeffszpirglas Nicole Biscotti @biscottinicole Host: N…
 
Teachers from the York Region District School Board gather to reflect on their experiences teaching in the Elementary Virtual School. Joining Noa Daniel on tonight’s panel: Radkhika Bhatt (@rbhatt2000), Vanessa Bianchi (@EvolvingEdu), Alexis Wilson (@AllAccessWilson) and Jonathan Carr (@jonathanwcarr1)…
 
Host Noa Daniel (@noasbobs) leads a panel of educators in a vibrant conversation about disruption in education. Tonight's panel includes: Pav Wander @PavWander @StaffPodcast Chey Cheney @MrCCheney @StaffPodcast Tamara Rebick @tamara_rebick Sarah Thomas @sarahdateechur Batsheva Frankel @OverthrowingEd @BatshevaFrankel…
 
Noa Daniel and tonight's OnEdMentors panel gather for part two of an exploration into the what’s, why’s and how’s of culturally responsive and anti-bias pedagogy and what it can means for students and educators. Guests include: Jonelle St Aubyn @Ms_St_Aubyn Jason Trinh @jasontries Raven Cole (@Ravenjcole) and Selena Guilbeaux (@SelenaGuilbeaux) fro…
 
In this episode, a panel of educators who are pursuing/have pursued post graduate degrees ask their questions of our panel of retired superintendents to learn more about the role, scope and impact of an SO (Supervisory Officer). Panelists: Beate Planche @bmplanche Karen Friedman @KarenFriedman Dawne Boerson @DBoersen Lisa Corbett @LisaCorbett0261 D…
 
Teacher favouritism impacts the favoured and the unfavoured and can affect student learning and achievement. The student panel will share the impact of their experiences and the experiences of classmates regarding this often overlooked topic. Joining Noa Daniel this evening, the student voices of Matthew, Mya and Kenzie.…
 
May as Mental Health Awareness Month takes on new meaning at this stage of the pandemic. How can we find and use the resources available to support ourselves and each other in this particularly challenging time. Tonight's panel is led by Noa Daniel and includes: Evin Schwartz @EvinSchwartz Eric Kussin @SameHere_Global Kathy Lott @KathyLott Evan Whi…
 
This episode is in advance of South Asia Heritage Month so that teachers can become educated about how they can centre South Asian Heritage in their classrooms and help increase visibility and representations for students and educators of South Asian Heritage Tonight's panelists include: Rashmee Karnad-Jani @Ms_Karnad Wahid Khan @wahidkhan Kavita K…
 
With so many different learning management software systems available and various digital tools, we are exploring how we can make assessment more efficient, meaningful, and less onerous for teachers. Noa Daniel (@noasbobs) leads a vibrant team of educators in a conversation on ensuring that our assessment is both meaningful AND manageable: Christin…
 
Tonight, Noa Daniel and her panel connect with graduating teacher candidates around questions of hiring interviews and the things that new teachers can be doing to build their skill sets while waiting to be hired. Panelists: Jonathan Weisinger @MrWeisinger Marguerite Campbell @margueritecam52 David Stants @DavidStants Rieley O’leary @rieleyoleary…
 
Tonight on OnEdMentors, we're are exploring the role of Artificial Intelligence in schools, how it will impact teaching and learning as well as what we need to teach students about AI to build their digital literacy. Panelists tonight: Noa Daniel (host) @noasbobs Brad Waid @techbradwaid Rachelle Dené Pōth @Rdene915 Nancye Blair Black @NancyeBlackEd…
 
Noa Daniel and tonight's OnEdMentors panel explores the what’s, why’s and how’s of culturally responsive and anti-bias pedagogy and what it can means for students and educators. Guests include: Jonelle St Aubyn @Ms_St_Aubyn Zack Teitel @zackteitel Jason Trinh @jasontries Raven Cole (@Ravenjcole) and Selena Guilbeaux (@SelenaGuilbeaux) from Louisian…
 
With so many different learning management software systems available and various digital tools, we are exploring how we can make assessment more efficient, meaningful, and less onerous for teachers. Panelists for this week's episode: Christine Chin @MmeChinYRDSB Deb McCallum @bigideasinedu Nadia Bearcroft @literacynadia Jason Trinh @jasontries Jen…
 
Dr Sara Shabahzi currently teaches the Early Years Service Learning Course, among other things, in the Faculty of Education at the University of Windsor. Over the course of 4 semesters, teacher candidates spend time volunteering in an early years space and using their experiences and the theory learned in class to plan and implement an Early Years …
 
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