22 August 2007
Four Directions Teachings
FourDirectionsTeachings.com presents a series of First Nations teachings from the Mi\'kmaq, Ojibwe, Cree, Mohawk and Blackfoot nations.
Community Gabfests are Zoom gatherings for literacy educators who want to connect with their peers in an informal setting. Connecting with other educators helps us see our work with fresh eyes, validates our experiences and is a powerful way to renew our energy, purpose, and excitement about our work. Join us as we chat, vent, brainstorm, etc., about this work that we love.
The last Gabfest of 2022-23 was on March 9, 2023 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The conversation starter was Practitioner Research
The Personal Learning Web by Lori Armstrong
As part of the 2022 Wayfinders MakerSpace, Lori created a video to explain her practice-based reflections and research about a Personal Learning Web — all the elements and conditions that learners and program workers need to consider and work with as each participant becomes a lifelong learner.
Future Gabfests – save the dates:
Past Gabfests – see what happened:
Here is what participants say happens at a Community Gabfest:
And here are some of the ways participants describe the Community Gabfests:
13 February 2023
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