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Cats, Puppies and Goldfish: You are Doing This!

How do you put your heart out there and maintain your composure while you are dealing with unprecedented times? Wouldn’t it be easier if this was preplanned, if there were classes piloting this, if our kids were all in stable places? It is the…

April 2, 2020 | Author: Kathleen Robertson | Read Article

Potentially Obvious, Possibly Brilliant! Daily Notes and Ideas Collection

A collection of daily notes and ideas for teachers, leaders and organizations currently facing a new reality with the COVID-19 pandemic. Each day, a new "potentially obvious, possibly brilliant" idea will be shared. Follow #jigsawlearning or…

April 2, 2020 | Author: Kurtis Hewson | Read Article

What Leaders Can Do to Support the Emotional Well-Being of their Team Members During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Leaders are accustomed to guiding their teams through the ongoing shifts and changes of their organizations; however, the past few weeks have challenged many leaders in unprecedented ways when attempting to navigate the tumultuous waters of responding to…

March 31, 2020 | Author: Lana Nogue | Read Article

Winning the Inclusive Education Lottery: Establishing Responsive Inclusive Cultures

Leading responsive inclusive cultures at the school and system levels is complex work. It requires thoughtful reflection of the local context. It requires leaders to plan for sustainable supports for students and their families that transcend their…

March 30, 2020 | Author: Lana Nogue | Read Article

L’importance des rôles dans les rencontres collaboratives

Au courant des derniers mois, j’ai eu la chance d'assister et d’observer plusieurs rencontres collaboratives au sein des écoles. La structure des rencontres s’avère efficace lorsqu’il y a une distribution des rôles dans les équipes. L’établissement des…

March 30, 2020 | Author: Nancy Roy Halun | Read Article