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Our educational system needs to change if we are going to prepare students for their future, instead of our past. However, systems don't change. People do. On the podcast, host Natalie Vardabasso talks to educators, leaders, innovators & activists who are daring to reimagine education by getting elbows deep in the humanity of change. Get inspired through conversations about innovation, equity, leadership, and culture, then learn some practical strategies to make those big ideas a reality in your own classroom or school. Your next #EduCrush is right here!

Website : www.educrushpod.com

#EduCrush Podcast 21 – Where are ...

To achieve equity and meet the demands of the future,...

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#EduCrush Podcast 20 – Are my Stu ...

Engagement is a key outcome of every teacher’s practice, but...

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#EduCrush Podcast 19 – The Opport ...

In his book Atomic Habits, author James Clear says, “Environment is...

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#EduCrush Podcast 18 – Creativity ...

As a former art teacher turned celebrated artist, Michelle has...

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#EduCrush Podcast 17 – Build a Sc ...

Many of us are trying to find ways to connect...

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#EduCrush Podcast 16 – Journeys t ...

Trying a different approach to learning in our classrooms can...

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#EduCrush Podcast 15 – Providing ...

Reconciliation is a personal journey that all Canadian educators have...

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#EduCrush Podcast 14 – The Innova ...

At nearly 90-years-old, Jim Gray has learned a thing or...

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#EduCrush Podcast 13 – The Innova ...

Who we are as people largely influences how we embrace...

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#EduCrush Podcast 12 – The Innova ...

Teachers are innovators when they embrace new and better ways...

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