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Kickstart networks for the good of the school ecosystem
31st March 2021
The restrictions of the pandemic have impacted the networks required to maintain effective collaboration. Now is the time to bring them back to life.
It is reassuring to see that we are not alone in our suggestion that getting your …Read More
Working with purpose: The Capitals driving new approaches
26th March 2021
The influx of non-qualified teachers into the school system in recent months led to the Western Quebec School Board to draw from the Capitals that anchor all work in their Teacher Induction Programme.
Dealing with staff shortages through the pandemic …Read More
Serendipity catches the wave
19th March 2021
Sometimes innovation can arrive when you’re looking for something else, but to make the most of it, you need to be ready to identify it and ride it as far as it will take you.
Innovation is often serendipitous. …Read More
Seen, safe, supported
12th March 2021
Homeschooling through the pandemic has helped demonstrate the importance of a physical school in a child’s development.
The pandemic has given everyone in the education systems we report on reason to reflect. A lot of this is centred on how …Read More
Vaccines, collaboration and peer review
5th March 2021
The successful global distribution of coronavirus vaccines provides us with a practical example of the theory of action at work.
For the first time in quite a while, we have cause for optimism. Coronavirus vaccines have been approved and distributed …Read More
World-class learning starts with a superhub
26th February 2021
Formation of new hubs is intended to give every school in the country the same opportunities for teacher learning.
The concept of teaching schools has evolved greatly since their inception back at the turn of the century when we successfully …Read More