Grade 9 students at Sir Robert Borden Junior High School in the Halifax Regional School Board spoke to the Canadian Education Association about the changes they've seen since their school began participating in What did you do in school today? and students became involved as partners in school improvement.
Students and teachers collaborate in designing learning that matters.
Students Speak About the Benefits of Student Voice and Involvement
The Barriers that Stand in the Way of Change
A Parent Advocate's POV on What's Standing in the Way of Change in Education
A Teacher's POV on What's Standing in the Way of Change in Education
A Business Leader's POV on What's Standing in the Way of Change in Education
A Vision for Canadian Education
“Every new literacy changes the way we think about the world. The alphabet did this to oral cultures. Cheap books did it after Gutenberg. Mobile, interactive multimedia technologies are doing it in our time. As educators are we up to the challenge?”