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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 November 28, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Millennials in the Education Workplace

Millennials are becoming teachers, and in turn, many are teaching other millennials. In this episode of Learning Out Loud, we’re discussing the experience of millennials working in the education industry, as teachers and education professionals. To hear the whole conversation on millennials teaching millennials, and the impact of technology in the classroom, click the link below. […]

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By on November 27, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Classroom Circles

This episode of Learning Out Loud focuses on the importance of mental health in the classroom, and the teacher’s role in advocating and increasing awareness for student well-being. Next, our CEO, Amy Coupal, speaks about the importance of Learnography’s affiliated charity, My Class Needs, a fundraising charity that connects deserving K-12 classroom projects with interested donors. […]

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By on November 20, 2017

Learning Out Loud: A Conversation with Avis Glaze

In this episode of Learning Out Loud, our CEO Amy Coupal sits down with Dr. Avis Glaze. Dr. Glaze is a world-recognized expert in the areas of education, equity, human rights, and literacy, and the subject of the recently-release biography, The Children Cannot Wait. Her passion and dedication to students is inspiring, making us proud to have […]

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By on November 14, 2017

Learning Out Loud: The Connection Between Mental Health & Learning

In this episode of Learning Out Loud, we’re talking about the importance of understanding and promoting positive mental health within classrooms. We chat with psychologist Dr. Pat Carney about his model for positive mental health, which is a must-listen for health professionals, students, parents, and educators alike. To hear more about Dr. Carney’s work and […]

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By on November 1, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Mental Health in the Classroom

This episode of Learning Out Loud focuses on the importance of mental health in the classroom, and the teacher’s role in advocating and increasing awareness for student well-being. Next, our CEO, Amy Coupal, speaks about the importance of Learnography’s affiliated charity, My Class Needs, a fundraising charity that connects deserving K-12 classroom projects with interested donors. […]

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By on October 26, 2017

EDIT: The Future is Awesome

The first ever Expo for Design, Innovation and Technology (EDIT) was hosted by the Design Exchange from September 28 to October 8. It was, in a word, epic. Learnography was joined by innovators from around the world to showcase the ways we leverage design and technology to improve the future through shelter, nourishment, education, and […]

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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 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 13, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Equity in Education with Brian Weishar & Dr. Avis Glaze

On this episode of Learning Out Loud, we discuss how supporting teachers to become more capable ultimately leads to more successful students. First, we sit down with Brian Weishar, a consultant of CSC, to discuss his work with the Wikwemikong First Nations Board of Education. Working directly with the teachers as a coach-in-residence over the course […]

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