Teacher Professionalism
Postdoctoral Fellow in Playful Schools
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The Canadian Playful Schools Network (CPSN), funded by the LEGO Foundation, is accepting applications for a postdoctoral fellowship. The CPSN leadership team is located in the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), directed by Dr. Andy Hargreaves and Dr. Trista Hollweck.
Digital Literacies Methods
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Hagerman, M.S., Beach, P., Cotnam-Kappel, M. & Hébert, C. (2020). Multiple perspectives on digital literacies methods in Canada. International journal of e-learning and distance education, 35(1), 1-38. ISSN: 2292-8558 http://www.ijede.ca/index.php/jde/article/view/1159/1798
CHENINE Priorities Presentation for Kinsale Community School
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Schira Hagerman, M. (2021). CHENINE Priorities Presentation for Kinsale Community School. Youtube.
Learn to teach online: An open educational resource for pre-service teachers
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Hagerman, M.S. & Kellam, H. (2020). Learning to teach online: An open educational resource for preservice teacher candidates. http://onlineteaching.ca
Digital Technology in Canadian Teacher Education Programs
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Vaughn, N., & Cotnam-Kappel, M. (Eds.). (2020). Special issue on technology and teacher education. [Special Issue]. International Journal of e-Learning and Distance Education, 35(1).
Frustration can often be stagnating, but it can also encourage action, change, and lead to hope
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Schmitz, K.C., Cotnam-Kappel, M., & Grant, N. (2020). Infiltrating, interrupting, investigating: Radical youth pedagogy in education. DIO Press.
19 Strategies for COVID-19 education
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Published in UK Times Education Supplement April 3, 2020.
Technology & the Return of Vocational Education after COVID-19
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Published in The Conversation. April 16, 2020.
A World Without Teachers
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What would a world look like without teachers and schools?
In times of crisis and complexity, leading only from the top is no longer feasible or sustainable. Leading from the middle (LfM) provides a better way forward
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Hargreaves, A. and Shirley, D. (2020), "Leading from the middle: its nature, origins and importance", Journal of Professional Capital and Community, Vol. 5 No. 1, pp. 92-114. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPCC-06-2019-0013