Treat Each Gift as a Learning Opportunity for All
In the final episode of season one, Dr. Leyton Schnellert describes how he disrupts teacher education and academic research by designing learning experiences that are interdisciplinary, inclusive, and always in the context of real classrooms. As Leyton says, “The kids are the curriculum and diversity…
Journeys to Reconciliation
Trying a different approach to learning in our classrooms can be daunting but collaborating with a colleague can help us find comfort in the discomfort of change. On the episode, learn how two educators leaned into uncertainty, curiosity, and the community to create an award-winning…
Why Take Media Seriously in School?
Media plays a critical role in how we make sense of ourselves, others, and the world around us. On the episode, we unpack the concept of social justice education before looking at ways that we might disrupt privilege by incorporating media into the classroom.
How we experience learning in our own life has a huge impact on the experiences we create for our students. Find out how a Metis-Cree assistant professor created a philosophy of learning after surviving addiction, homelessness and reclaiming his indigenous identity.