This podcast session features a conversation with Jane Gingerich on music education then and now.
Make a cup of your favourite brew and enjoy the conversation.
This Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with educator Tanya Avrith. Our conversation centres around building digital fluencies through creative & engaging learning processes.
Grab a cup of coffee, relax in your favourite chair and enjoy the conversation.
This edition of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with WRDSB teacher Carrie Wilson. Carrie shares her experiences and perspective on shifting practice to a more student centred approach in the languages classroom.
Grab a coffee, settle into your favourite chair and hit play.
Connect with Carrie.
Today’s post is the official launch of my Virtual Coffee Shop podcast. Podcasts will be featured on this blog as well as part of the fabric of VoicEd Radio.
I was thrilled that Tania Bumstead joined me for this kickoff discussion. Listen in to hear her take on STEM, innovation and changing practice.
It was a thrill to have the opportunity to present the CATC camp opening address to this year’s learners and staff. I believe in the importance of growth mindset, pushing the envelope and maintaining relevance. The theme for this presentation is centred around ROI from a classroom perspective.
Audio recording of presentation:
Direct link to interview with Charlotte: http://bit.ly/CATC_interview_Charlotte
Connect with Charlotte via twitter: @charcarbone
This is such an exciting time to be working in education. We are learning so much more – not just more about learning, but more about the change process and how some of the critical elements of culture, relationships, space, choice, technology, empowerment, and of course learning itself play key interactive roles in making real change.
On a recent visit to Queensmount Sr. P.S. I enjoyed the opportunity to have a deeper discussion about this with Principal Kristin Phillips as well as see things in action. We captured our conversation in this video.
I have personally noted a few things that really stuck with me from our conversation will write another blog post to focus on that topic along with what I learned from the the tour.
Read Kristin’s blog: EduBits
Krisin’s thoughts on our conversation: Letting go of teacher control is not chaos
Keep sharing your learning.
This post in my Virtual Coffee Shop series features a discussion with Huron Heights Secondary School Principal Ed Doadt examining the initial excitement, impact and observations around launching the school into a 1 to 1 program for all grade nine students are provided with Chromebooks.
Learn the insights through our discussion.
At semester turn around I had a great opportunity to connect with WRDSB teacher Jamie Reaburn-Weir. After some conversation about student voice, choice and assessment strategies, she kindly agreed to capture the conversation for wider sharing.
Enjoy Jamie’s forward thinking insights in this video.
I look forward to following along the journey where Jamie is leading her classes.
As I was reviewing materials for some upcoming presentation, I was struck by the insightfulness Silvana Hoxha shared in the interview I did with her in preparation for an OSSEMOOC submission to the K12 Online Conference.
I am confident that you will find Silvana’s message inspiring. Grab a comfy chair and enjoy the message she has to share.
Connected Learners Need Connected Leaders – an Ontario Perspective. (K12 Online Conference Submission)
TEDx Talk by Mark W. Carbone & Donna Miller Fry
(TEDxKitchenerED: Connected Learners Need Connected Leaders)