Take a day to think through HOW you will instigate change in your school at CEA's Challenge to Change Symposium

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Liberate yourself from the day-to-day and take the challenge of thinking through HOW you will instigate the changes that you want to see in your schools. 

Case Studies in Change - Thinking through 'the how;
Stories of change that identify the conditions to create opportunities for deep learning and new pedagogies to flourish
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The Great Canadian Education Systems Change Debate
We've assembled a rambunctious group of changemakers who will dig deeper into the role that digital ubiquity, networks, partnerships, sharing and advocacy play in bridging the gap between policy and practice and to really, truly get to ‘the how’ of education systems change. 

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By video-capturing one big idea on how school could be different, teachers have a chance to win a trip to Toronto to share it with CEA.
With a brand new school year rapidly approaching, we know that teachers want to engage their students in relevant meaningful learning right off the bat. The Canadian Education Association (CEA) has a contest to help make this happen – The Shaping Future Classrooms Challenge can help drive classroom conversations about how teachers and students would shape future learning environments.Dr. Gregory Lowan-Trudeau’s research has the potential to instill critical understanding of Indigenous ecological knowledge, rights, and contentious natural resource development issues among teachers and students.
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