The Virtual Coffee Shop podcast
This session of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with Waterloo Region District School Board principal Helmut Tinnes. This year, Helmut had the privilege of opening a new school. This podcast captures his vision for learning, school design and a reflection of the first year.
I had a wonderful recent opportunity to connect with Ontario teacher Scott McKenzie to record this podcast on his approach to embracing coding in the classroom, how his approach has changed and evolved over the last few year and catch a glimpse at “what next” in Scott’s classroom.
The session of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with Cambridge based music therapist Janel Morphy. Janel has started her own business (Axon Music Therapy) and has experience working with school aged students.
One of my highlights from attending the OMEA Interlude 2017 conference, was hearing the Six String Nation presentation by Jowi Taylor – wow, what an amazing story. Jowi is an award winning writer, broadcaster, creator of the Six String Nation project, recipient of Canada’s Meritorious Service Medal. I was thrilled to meet Jowi in person at the conference, and honoured to host him at our home to record this podcast about the Six String Nation project concept, journey and future plans.
This session of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an in depth discussion with Ontario music educator Josh Hill. I think you will enjoy learning about his fascinating insights into the fabric of education.
This podcast session features a conversation with Ontario teacher Jane Gingerich on music education then and now.
This session of the Virtual Coffee Shop Podcast features a conversation with Ontario teacher Jane Mitchinson Schwartz. Jane shares her experiences in school hosted radio programming through the perspectives of community building and interesting curriculum connections.
This Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with Florida based educator Tanya Avrith. Our conversation centres around building digital fluencies through creative & engaging learning processes.
This edition of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with Ontario teacher Carrie Wilson. Carrie shares her experiences and perspective on shifting practice to a more student centred approach in the languages classroom.
An interview with Ontario teacher Tania Bumstead. Listen in to hear her take on STEM, innovation and changing practice.