The Role of An Occasional Teacher
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
2w ago
The Mentoree Lounge is a monthly feature on #OnEdMentors that caters to preservice teachers/teacher candidates. Mentors from The Mentoree community are gathered to address the questions raised, and we invite TC’s to share their questions and add their voices to the monthly episodes. This episode addresses questions raised about being a good Occasional Teacher (OT) or substitute/supply teacher. On tonight's panel: Nilmini Ratwatte @NRatwatte Jason Lay @jlay02 Whitney Lundstrom ..read more
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Reinventing Yourself as an Educator
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
3w ago
Tonight's panel has left the classroom but not education. They are all still connected to education in a variety of ways while also utilizing the many skill sets that our profession nurtured in them as they pursue other avenues. On tonight's panel: Janet Lee @fenixliteracy Dr. Sarah Thomas @sarahdateechur Heather Ryan @heathersryan Peggy Lunn ..read more
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Teaching History in Today's World
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
3w ago
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: Samantha Cutrara (@drscutrara ) Garfield Gini Newman (@ggininewman) Zack Teitel (@ZackTeitel) Selena Guilbeaux (@@selenaguilbeaux ..read more
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Inclusive Texts and Censorship in Schools
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
1M ago
Everyone deserves to see identity affirming texts in their school experiences, and the impact of that on student well being is well-researched. How can we honour students’ lived experiences through inclusive texts while addressing issues of censorship? On tonight's panel: Anita Brooks Kirkland @AnitaBK @CdnSchoolLibrar James Saunders @saunders_jamesd James (Jim) Turk@jameslturk Natalie ..read more
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Grow Your Why
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
1M ago
Grow Your Why is the newest book from writer, podcaster, coach, story weaver, and now publisher Barbara Bray. It contains the narratives of 23 authors who share stories about what made a difference in their lives, and she has edited and curated this collection of stories about aligning your purpose with your work in the wholehearted way she approaches everything she does. On tonight's panel, contributors to the project: Barbara Bray @bbray27 Kecia McDonald @mcdonald_kecia Walter Greason @walterdgreason Hedrich Nichols @hedreich ..read more
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The Mentoree Lounge- Dec 4- Planning for Well Being and Balance
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
1M ago
The Mentoree Lounge is a monthly feature on #OnEdMentors that caters to preservice teachers/teacher candidates. Mentors from The Mentoree community are gathered to address the questions raised, and we invite TC’s to share their questions and add their voices to the monthly episodes. On tonight's panel: Jason Lay @jlay02 Will Gourley @willgourley Tamar Gahiri ..read more
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Teachers Writing for Teachers
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
1M ago
In this episode, authors from Pembroke Publishers share the process of planning and developing a book for teachers that is practical, relevant, and pedagogically sound. On tonight's panel: Diane Vetter@VetterEducation Larry Swartz@LarryReads David Costello@dr_costello ..read more
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Living the Leadership
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
1M ago
Teacher leaders are teachers who aspire to stretch beyond their classrooms to engage in leadership roles that take many shapes and forms, both “informal” and “formal”. When educators aspire to be in formal leadership, they go through many hurdles to achieve positions such as consultant or administrator, but what happens when they get there? How do you live the leadership? On tonight's panel: Rola Tibshirani @rolatL ivia Chan @LiviaChan LDean Campbell @mrdmcampbell ..read more
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Teaching Transferable Skills
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
1M ago
Transferable skills or global competencies are the skills and attributes that students are said to need in order to thrive in an ever-changing world. Based on international research, information provided by employers, and work across education sectors, these transferable skills – sometimes referred to as “global competencies” or competences– are said to help students navigate the world of work and meet with success in the future. Here are 7, though they vary a bit across districts and states or provinces: - critical thinking and problem solving - innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship ..read more
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Proficiency Scales Instead of Grades
ONedMentors Podcast
by voicEd Radio
1M ago
All students from kindergarten to Grade 9 in British Columbia public schools will now be assessed with a proficiency scale instead of letter grades.A statement from the Education Ministry says that starting in the 2023-2024 school year, only students in grades 10, 11 and 12 will receive letter grades and percentages so post-secondary entry requirements are met.” Why the shift to proficiency scales and what needs to be considered? On tonight's panel: Dr. Shelly Vohra @raspberryberet3 Stacie Oliver@StacieOliver100 Jenn Xu Sharmeen Usman Ella Crawford ..read more
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