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By on November 1, 2017

Learnography Delivers Limitless Learning

Learning is many things. From raising your hand in a classroom to being immersed in a world of virtual reality, learning can take many different forms and can be delivered in many different ways. Here at Learnography, we understand that, and we strive to develop solutions that empower individuals through a meaningful learning experience. At […]

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By on October 25, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Using Social Media in the Classroom

Social media has become a driving force of every form of communication in today’s world, with people young and old using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more to keep up to date with happenings in their communities and around the world. But these social tools can also be used to enhance learning, and as so many […]

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By on October 19, 2017

Fall Learning at Fund Futures

This fall presented not only my favourite coffee choices (which I look forward to all year long), but also a very exciting learning opportunity. It was back-to-school for me as I was able to participate in a 6-week program through Interactive Ontario called Fund Futures. The program is all about taking Ontario’s emerging interactive digital […]

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By on October 17, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Creating Impactful Learning Events

“If you try to sell, people won’t buy. If you try to educate, they might buy into something and get involved.” – Bill Banham In this episode of Learning Out Loud, we are talking all events: parties, lectures, conferences, and more! Creating events that make an impact is an integral part of any marketing or […]

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By on October 12, 2017

The Joy Imperative

Attending the 2017 Symposium on Educator Wellbeing was an affirmation of so many things I have come to love about teaching conferences. The environment was relaxed and friendly. The attendees were passionate and supportive. The sessions were inspiring, informative, and very, very funny. The educators gathered to share their stories were unified in their belief […]

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By on October 3, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Nutrition and Education

Can nutrition affect academic performance in children and adolescents? In a word? Yes. In this episode of Learning Out Loud, we talk with Dr. Erin Faught about the relationship between students’ nutritional habits and academic performance. In her work with Apple Schools, a school-focused health promotion initiative within Alberta, Dr. Faught found her passion in […]

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By on September 28, 2017

Promoting Student Engagement and Well-Being With FSL

To encourage greater student engagement and well-being in FSL, Learnography collaborated with the Ontario Ministry of Education to develop a new interactive resource for FSL teachers, parents, and students. As a result of our collaborative process, Learnography is proud to unveil Student Engagement and Well-Being in FSL, an online resource supporting student engagement and well-being […]

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By on September 21, 2017

New Season, New Opportunities

September in Toronto means dew-spattered lawns and the return of yellow school buses. But why should it be just the kids who get to go back to school? Toronto is full of opportunities to expand your horizons, whether it involves honing up on an old skill or branching out into a new field entirely. We […]

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By on August 31, 2017

Learning From Leaders in Unusual Places

At Learnography, we talk a lot about the many pathways to developing leadership, including learning from the leaders around us. Leaders in our own field and organizations are good sources of inspiration, but we sometimes forget about the other examples of leadership we encounter outside of our workplace that can inspire us in different ways. […]

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By on August 25, 2017

The role of education in reconciliation

“It was the educational system that has contributed to this problem in our country and it is the educational system, we believe, that is going to get us out of this.” These words were first spoken nearly six years ago by the Honourable Justice Murray Sinclair, Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) on […]

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