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By on March 6, 2018

Learning out Loud: Social Entrepreneurship (Pt. 2)

In the second episode of our two-part series about social entrepreneurship, Kate continues her conversation with Alex and Beth. They discuss financing entrepreneurship, international relationships, challenges and opportunities of being social entrepreneurs, and the ability to constantly learn as you go. They also expand on how international entrepreneurship has taken an important role in their […]

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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 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 December 7, 2017

The Future of AI for Learning

I don’t know if it’s because I recently saw Bladerunner 2049, but Artificial Intelligence (AI), operating systems, data sets and bots have been on my mind. This was the perfect convergence of inspiration at DevLearn 2017 when the first keynote speaker kicked off the conference with a future-focused discussion on AI. Amy Webb, an acclaimed […]

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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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By and on November 30, 2017

Joe Biden on Leadership

As the new co-leaders of the Solutions team, we were thrilled to attend The Art of Leadership with our CEO on Tuesday. The day was filled with many incredible speakers who shared insight on everything from harnessing creativity to self-reflection, but the event organizers definitely saved the best for last. When Joe Biden took 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 24, 2017

I4PL 2017: Through the Interns’ Eyes

I4PL 2017 (Institute for Performance and Learning) is a conference that brings together professionals in the performance and learning sector to share the newest and latest ideas and innovations in L&D today. During this time, the Learnography team had the chance to also partake in the festivities by exhibiting our booth on their trade show […]

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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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