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Camille Logan Ph.D Dec 13
A.4. Rethinking Schools magazine is another great resource all educators can consider. This quarterly subscription provides great articles for professional learning, instructional strategies and professional dialogue!
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C. Hill Jan 10
A5 A helpful and short video to unpack some terminology and help folks at the beginning of their journey learn how to talk respectfully about Indigenous people: How to talk about Indigenous people via .
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Christopher Martin Sep 12
We are looking forward to chatting with our special guest during our October
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Derek Rhodenizer Sep 15
I am excited to dig into a new project with Tonight at 9pm is episode 2 of the leadership podcast on Beyond the Staffroom. Over the next several podcasts I am going to dive deep into the Ontario Leadership Framework. Tonight: what is a school leader?
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Kim Figliomeni May 1
A5. Effective feedback = no opinion, no advice, open questions, listening to drive the questioning and paraphrasing what you hear - follow through after the conversations "In what ways might this conversation have supported you?"
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Kathy Lott May 1
A5) This one always makes me laugh…a simplistic look at teaching vs learning…and I Iove how this cartoon speaks to assessment of learning and assessment FOR learning...and what can happen if there is NO feedback during the teaching/learning cycle
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Jill MacAlpine May 1
A5 I have learned so much from this book this year. Great for administrators, instructional coaches, and teacher leaders.
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C. Hill Jan 10
A5 This book. So informative. Easy to follow
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C. Hill Jan 10
A4 There are so many resources to help leaders develop knowledge - books, documentaries, series on . Take an AQ in Indigenous Ed or seek cultural competency training through the . So many avenues available.
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Nada Aoudeh Oct 17
A4 we don't need to look too far to know who is marginalized- it mirrors society at large- this is not to say every Black, or Muslim student or every ELL- it means that there will likely be disproportionate representation of students of marginalized identities
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MzNelsun Oct 8
is also this👇🏾 . Children become adults and learn more from our actions than our words. Let’s serve the with care and humility.
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Sandra Herbst May 1
A blog post that might be helpful...
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Nada Aoudeh Oct 17
educators and leaders need to recognize that marginalization is not equal to poor school performance- experiences of colonial, White supremacy, misogyny have a range of impacts
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James Cowper Sep 13
10 signs of toxic school culture. Worth reflecting on fellow admins.....
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PPVPA Feb 9
As OPC Peel’s Provincial representatives we had the opportunity to meet the Minister of Education, Lisa Thompson. Thanks for listening to the impact of Reg 274 on hiring in our schools and ultimately the impact on student learning.
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Jeewan C Dec 13
We have to utilize an Antioppressive stance which makes us question if the policies, routines, rules and culture/traditions support all students or only some and then change them. Using & its 6threads supports this approach.
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Ontario Principals' Council Oct 17
Join us for our Twitter chat tonight with special guest . 8-9pm EST.
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Ontario Principals' Council Sep 19
Save the date! Join us for our next twitter chat with on Thurs Oct 10.
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Jennifer Casa-Todd Nov 14
A5: I use social media to model for my students (and other teachers) how to communicate effectively, think critically and be a positive influence on others. 📢Communicate 🎉Celebrate 🤩Inspire
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Jennifer Casa-Todd Nov 14
A4: I use technology and especially social media in context because it is essential that we embed learning in practice.
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