005: How To Engage Every Student In Your Classroom?

005: How To Engage Every Student In Your Classroom?

Today, more and more students are becoming disengaged in the classroom, in some cases it's because their learning style is not being utilized my the facilitator.  Yes, there are multiple learning styles, and just as our students are diverse in attitude, emotion and personality, this same thing is true for the way they learn. On today's show, we are joined by Behaviour Therapist, Johanna Niles M.Ed, who is a promoter of inclusive education.  She will share her thoughts, insights and research as we answer the following questions: What are the signs of disengagement? How to re-engage students? What are the learning styles? What should student teachers/facilitator do to start on the path to inclusive education? 

Johanna Niles is a Behavioural Therapist, Behaviour and Communication Consultant; Social Entrepreneur; Promoter of Inclusive Education, she holds a Master of Education in Developmental Psychology and Education and Special Education and Adaptive Instruction for the University of Toronto. 

 

003: A Muscle That Your Student May Not Be Using

003: A Muscle That Your Student May Not Be Using

In this episode we talk about the muscle that your student may not be using, that muscle is Bravery.  We are following up last week's episode a little bit with this topic, because a character from the book All American Boys, had to be very brave in order to live up to his values and morals.  That's why bravery is so important, it's a must have in order for your student to be themselves and live up to their potential.  In this podcast, Ian Brown will share the importance of being brave.  and how to help your student build their bravery muscle. 

002: The Biggest Lesson Your Students Can Learn From #BlackLivesMatter

002: The Biggest Lesson Your Students Can Learn From #BlackLivesMatter

In this episode we talk about the #BlackLivesMatter movement through the lens of a teen novel called All American Boys By Jason Reynolds & Brendan Kiely.  Also, Ian sheds light on why the #blacklivesmatter movement shouldn't intimidate you from talking to your students about racism, but should encourage and provides you with a golden relevant opportunity to talk to them about racism, violence, profiling, and so much more.