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  Jesse Thistle is Métis-Cree and an Assistant Professor at York University in Toronto. He is a PhD candidate in the History program at York where he is working on theories of intergenerational and historic trauma of the Métis people. Jesse has won the P.E. Trudeau and Vanier doctoral scholarships, and he is a governor general medalist.  Jesse is… (Show more)
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  Deanna Pecaski McLennan, Ph.D., is a passionate full-day kindergarten educator for the Greater Essex County District School Board as well as a researcher and writer, who has spent over twenty years working with young children. Deanna has authored more than thirty articles for journals and is the author of the much-loved Joyful Math series as… (Show more)
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  Kenneth Oppel is the author of numerous books for young readers. His award-winning Silverwing trilogy has sold over a million copies worldwide and was adapted into an animated TV series and stage play. His books are adored by readers of all ages and lucky for them, he is prolific! He writes across genres, topics and themes and has authored… (Show more)
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  Shelley Murphy has authored a book titled “Fostering Mindfulness: Building Skills That Students Need to Manage Their Attention, Emotions, and Behavior in Classrooms and Beyond.” Published by Pembroke Publishers, the book provides readers with an essential guide to mindfulness activities and practices that help students develop the skills they… (Show more)
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  Mary Gordon is recognized internationally as an award-winning social entrepreneur, educator, author, child advocate and parenting expert who has created programs informed by the  power of empathy. Over 20 years ago, Ms. Gordon created Roots of Empathy, a national and international not for profit children's charity which now offers programs in… (Show more)
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Welcome to our next media level with our podcast Read Into This! This podcast has been our pet pandemic project and we hope to keep adding content as we explore everything about reading, learning, leading and so much more.  I thought it would be the perfect time to best it out in TeachOntario in conjunction with our Station Eleven book club.  It's… (Show more)
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As I watched the news features, Facebook post and countless Instagram stories flooding mass media with George Floyd’s inhuman death, I could not help but think about the ramifications for our students and how educators need to address this come September when students presumably return to school. Regardless of what students are being taught at… (Show more)
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  Lana Parker and Diane Vetter are educators, mentors and researchers who have co-authored a book titled “Mentoring Each Other: Teachers Listening, Learning, and Sharing to Create More Successful Classrooms.” Lana is an Assistant Professor at the University of Windsor and Diane is a Course Director at York University.   Published by Pembroke… (Show more)
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Please comment below to continue the discussion from the Live Webinar with Marian Small "Approaching Math Ideas Visually"   click here to view a transcript of the live chat Access Marian's slide deck here: Approaching Math Ideas Visually.pptx  Watch the recorded webinar here: Marian Small: Approaching Math Ideas Visually    Marian has… (Show more)
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