Each week, new teachers gather around the table with teachers who have been at it for a while to share insights, curiosities and stories. It's always lively and always informative.
The Social Dilemma
Tonight on #OnEdMentors, @noasbobs is joined by @mrfusco @markwcarbone @mbfxc and @hj_dewaard to discuss The Social Dilemma and the impact of Social Media on our lives and minds.
Responding to the New Ontario Math Curriculum
Tonight a panel of passionate math educators join host, Noa Daniel, or a lively and informative conversation about the new Ontario Math curriculum. Tonight’s panel includes Sunil Singh @Mathgarden, Kyle Pearce @MathletePearce, Jonathan So @MrSoclassroom, Jordan Rappaport @JRappaport27
Anti-Black Racism—Moving Forward
Noa Daniel gathers a dynamic panel of educators to talk about ways of moving forward with Anti-Black Racism. An important and very compelling conversation including Matthew Morris (@callmemrmorris) Jay Williams (@MstrJayWill) Melanie White (@WhiteRoomRadio) Amanda Potts (@ahpotts) Rashmee Karnad Jani (@Ms_Karnad)
On the Nature of Mentoring
Tonight, we kick off Season 4 of the OnEdMentors by inviting back the leadership team of The Mentoree. Noa Daniel (@noasbobs), Christine Chin (@MmeChinYRDSB) and Teri Rubinoff (@TeriRubinoff) join us to talk about their stories of mentorship, what we can learn from those stories and how The Mentoree is moving forward with a re-energized plan for supporting educators in the coming year.
Find out more about The Mentoree at https://thementoree.com
The Mentoree: Looking Back and Growing Forward
This episode features OnEdMentors Connect (OEMConnect) Mentors sharing what they have brought to and taken away from the work at The Mentoree this year. This includes Conversations to Build Capacity, our Core Values Workshop and why mentorship matters for professional learning, teacher well being and efficacy.
National Indigenous Peoples Day
Noa Daniel welcomes Indigenous educators Colinda Clyne, Jody Alexander, Pam Agawa and Lori Campbell to the OnEdMentors show to speak about the marking of National Indigenous Peoples Day.