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Bruce Rodrigues: EQAO, Assessment, and Mathematics

Bruce Rodrigues, CEO of EQAO, presents primary, junior and grade 9 mathematics assessment data in the context of current provincial conversations, positioning EQAO as only one piece in the assessment picture of Ontario.

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Knowledge Building: Theory and Practice

In 2015, Quest explored the theme of Deep Learning in a Digital World. In this workshop, hear Dr. Marlene Scardamalia speak to knowledge building theory, while students and teachers reflect on knowledge building practices.

Knowledge-building Theory: Marlene Scardamalia
Knowledge-building Practice: Students and Teachers Reflect

Leaders in Educational Thought: Michael Fullan, Allan Luke and Lucy West

A new video series designed to share international knowledge, change professional practice and improve student…

Michael Fullan
Allan Luke
Lucy West

New Pedagogies for Deep Learning: Flourishing in a Complex World

New Pedagogies for Deep Learning: Flourishing in a Complex World, offers an inside look into classroom, school and board-deep learning practices. Teachers and administrators talk about how this pedagogy is transforming student, teacher and system learning. Students talk about how they build knowledge as a community through deep learning and integrative thinking. It will be relevant to educators and system staff interested in the impact of deep learning on student, teacher and staff agency.

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Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching

Today, declining mathematics scores is a new challenge that will not wait. In elementary schools…

Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching

Steve Munby: Leading in a Complex World

In this series, Steve Munby shares effective approaches to leadership in educational settings and inspires educators to think of leadership as a tool for transformation.

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