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By on February 15, 2018

3 values that will make your workplace more agile

When Nancy Fonseca started her session, “Innovation and Agility Drive Mission Critical Business Value” at HRPA’s Annual Conference this year, I didn’t know what to expect. Initially, I thought that “organizational agility” focused only on the ways that businesses reacted to change in order to continue attracting consumers. As a marketing student, that’s the only […]

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By on February 6, 2018

Learning Out Loud: Charlene Bearhead (Pt. 2)

In the second episode of a two part series, Amy Coupal, CEO of Learnography continues her conversation with Charlene Bearhead. Charlene, Education Coordinator for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and accomplished educator and innovator continues the conversation about the role of education and Canadian curriculum to develop the reconciliation […]

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By on January 30, 2018

Learning Out Loud: An Interview with Charlene Bearhead

In the first of this two part series, our CEO, Amy Coupal, interviews Charlene Bearhead. Charlene, an accomplished educator and innovator, talks about Canada’s residential school system and its devastating impact on generations of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. She shares her abundance of knowledge, stressing the importance of education in the reconciliation process. […]

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By on January 23, 2018

Learning Out Loud: Sam Tecle

Back in September 2017, the Ontario provincial government announced that they would begin collecting and analyzing demographic data on the race and ethnicity of students across its school boards. In this episode, Kaila Simoneau sits down with PhD candidate Sam Tecle to discuss the value of generating race-based data in education studies, and the importance […]

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By on January 18, 2018

EdTech in 2018: How can it help us?

Have you ever spent hours learning a new system that’s only available at work or school that you’ll probably never use again? Have you ever been denied access to new tech because the number of people who need to use it is greater than the number of devices available? Have you ever felt like the […]

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By on January 17, 2018

Learning Out Loud: Docs for Schools (Part Two)

In this second episode of a two part series, Learnography’s Media Manager, Danijel Margetic continues his conversation with Lesley Sparks (@LesleyASparks), Education and Youth Programs Manager from HotDocs (hotdocs.ca) and Gemsy Joseph, Teacher Librarian at Toronto’s Harbord Collegiate to talk about the power of documentaries for teaching and learning! To listen to part one, click […]

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By on January 12, 2018

Learning Out Loud: Docs For Schools (Part One)

In this episode, Learnography’s Media Manager, Danijel Margetic is joined by Lesley Sparks(@LesleyASparks), Education and Youth Programs Manager from HotDocs and G. Joseph, Teacher Librarian at Toronto’s Harbord Collegiate to talk about the power of documentaries for teaching and learning! Listen to the episode here: For more episodes, check out the full playlist below:

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By on January 12, 2018

Empowered Change: Implementing Sustainability at Work (Part 1)

Growing up, there were two things my grandfather made sure all his grandchildren knew: (1) always strive to do your best no matter the circumstance and (2) nothing in this world is ever simply handed to you; if you want it, you have to work hard for it. You have to earn it. For me, the […]

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By on December 12, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Access to Quality FSL Programs

This episode of Learning Out Loud is all about the importance of equal access to quality French as a Second Language education in Ontario. We recently worked with the Ontario Ministry of Education to support an educator’s toolkit on including all students in FSL, focusing on including students with special needs and other backgrounds in […]

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By on December 5, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Adapting Our Learning in the Youtube Age

Learning is no longer just about books. In this episode of Learning Out Loud, our team explores adapting learning in the Youtube age, and how best to bring information to the learners. From social media and gifs to interactive magazines and e-learning modules, digital learning is all around us and highly adaptable. To listen to […]

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