Category Archives: Inspiring Learning

Action on Inspiring Education – Let’s Go Already!

NOTE: This post is written by Carolyn Cameron, principal of Greystone Centennial Middle School and is cross-posted from her blog with permission. I listened to a passionate Greystone teacher, Jenna Wilkins, describe her frustration with all of the talk that … Continue reading

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Teaching as Improvising

NOTE: This is written by Kathleen X. Phelan, a Grade 5, Progressive Teacher at River Valley School and is cross posted from the Inspired Learning community. This morning I watched Rebecca Northan’s TEDx YYC talk on improvisation and it made me think about … Continue reading

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Learned vs. Learner

NOTE: This post is written by Chris Smeaton, Superintendent, Holy Spirit Catholic School Division and is cross posted from his blog and from the Inspired Learning community. “In times of change learners inherit the earth; while the learned find themselves … Continue reading

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Exciting News! AISI Network Reinvented!

Did you notice the blog looking a little different? Wondering if you are in the right place? Exciting news! In order to build on and continue the legacy of your work in AISI, we are giving the AISI Network a … Continue reading

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