February 8, 2016

Talking about … Or doing

I’m at #lceeq2016 and let me underline the fact that I am super stoked to be here. I’ve been looking forward to these 2 days for weeks. 

Yesterday I read about Russel Quaglia and thought – oh yeah, he’s all about student voice and teacher voice. Squeeee! 

And now I’m here and I worry that once again we’re at a conference that talks about the importance of something. 

  
The speakers are all ‘experts’. Shouldn’t the speakers be teachers and students? 

It seems to me that listening to teachers and students would be the easiest way to highlight their voices…no?

To be continued after the day…let’s see how this unfolds.

I have been teaching and consulting - from primary school through adult education - since 1996. Currently an education consultant with la Commission scolaire de la Seigneurie-des-Mille-Îles in Montreal, Quebec, I believe that sharing our stories is the key to getting better together.

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    John Hodges
    February 8, 2016

    Right on, Tracy!

    Although we can learn from any situation…let’s hope this is the case today!!

    Have fun and let us know what you think at the end of the day/conference.

    john

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      Tracy Rosen
      February 8, 2016

      Oh, I will 🙂 I have a draft in the works – will publish at the end of the conference tomorrow!

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