Tracy Rosen

When we talk, when we listen. We get better together. (epilogue)

A story in 3 parts – epilogue I already posted an articleĀ earlier today called English Sector Exclusion: A story in 3 parts and I don’t usually post twice in one day but today, I need to. The survey that excluded anglophone school boards (and therefore the voices of teachers who work within these boards)? It When we talk, when we listen. We get better together. (epilogue)

English Sector Exclusion: A story in 3 parts.

PartĀ 3 Yesterday afternoon I was forwardedĀ this questionnaire by a colleague in another province. I was attracted by the headline because I thought it was important to gather this kind of data. But when I went to fill out the questionnaire, I realized that, though I teach in the public system in Quebec, my experience didn’t English Sector Exclusion: A story in 3 parts.

How you Zooming?

When we were told to keep in contact with our students, it didn’t have to all be via Zoom. I was reading through the comments on a Facebook post just now about fighting with children to do their homework and to get on their Zoom meetings. When I saw this comment (IĀ hid the commenter’s picture How you Zooming?

Revisiting Designing Webinars that Matter

I originally wrote this back in December, on another blog. At the time, webinars were just a thing some of us did sometimes. Who knew just how prevalent they’d become in a few short months! So I thought, why not, I’ll republish it here at Leading from the Heart. Because a webinar can absolutely be Revisiting Designing Webinars that Matter

Well-being of children and opening schools

Yesterday afternoon, the Quebec government announced the reopening of schools during this current worldwide pandemic. Last week, they suggested as much, citing herd immunity as a main reason. But over the weekend, perhaps in response to Dr. Theresa Tam’s statement about the practice, they changed their reason why. In fact, they replaced it with 5 Well-being of children and opening schools