Leaders in Mathematical Thinking
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux has dedicated her life to building bridges of understanding, and sees endless merit in bringing people from diverse cultures, ages, and backgrounds together to engage in practical dialogue. She is deeply committed to public education and active youth engagement.
Truth and Reconciliation
Dr. Duke Redbird Closing Remarks
Meeting Place Youth Conference - Youth Voices of Canadian Roots Exchange
Leaders in Educational Thought: Mathematics K-12
Seven educational though leaders share their thinking about the effective teaching and learning of mathematics. They discuss the art of mathematics and how to engage students in learning mathematics, the teaching of mathematics to very young children and what to focus on in professional learning sessions for educators.
Leaders in Educational Thought: Steven Katz, Carmel Crévola, Anthony Muhammad
Carmel Crévola is a consultant, author and researcher whose focus is on helping systems align their assessment processes, instructional practices and instructional leadership at the school, district and system levels. She has pioneered new approaches to data-driven literacy instruction and has led several large-scale school reform initiatives in Australia, Canada and the United States. Among her many publications, she is the co-author of the award-winning book, Breakthrough (2007).