How will we teach in a (post)-pandemic Canada?

Volume 61 | Issue 4


Engagement, Policy, School Community, Well-being

A Focus on Human Flourishing

Equity, Teaching, Well-being

“How Can This Be More Accessible?”

EdTech & Design, Equity, Teaching

Why NOT to Quit After First Attempts in Online and Hybrid Learning

Equity, Indigenous Learning, Well-being

Reconciliation: A Chance to Heal as a Nation


Watch the 5-minute highlights video from the first live conversation, which took place in December. Four leading education thinkers from across the country help us take a deeper dive into one of the most pressing questions facing educators today, “How will we teach in a (post)-pandemic Canada?”. This 90-minute conversation provided an opportunity for researchers and the audience to weigh in on this important question from their own unique perspectives. Whether you’re a classroom teacher, a school district administrator, teacher candidates, teacher training faculty members, or education policy-makers, all are welcomed.



We’ve learned that resiliency and adaptation are important as we gradually navigate past the pandemic and its impact on the education system. Now’s the time to reconvene the different levels of the sector and reinforce collaboration. The stronger the connections between research, practice, and policy, the better we can equip K-12 staff and advance the system for meaningful student learning. This dynamic is going to mobilize and support educators and key collaborators to respond to emerging issues, challenges, and opportunities that transcend provincial boundaries.

Education Canada is known for equipping K-12 staff by informing them on emerging issues and actionable strategies through its three areas of action. For this November edition, we’re going beyond our trusted print and online versions of our Education Canada magazine to provide you with a cross-platform professional learning experience. In this new format, Education Canada, in partnership with voicEd Radio, will explore those emerging issues that matter to you as professionals, starting with the essential question:

How will we teach in a (post)-pandemic Canada?

Read, listen and explore this question through these multiple lenses:

  • Reconciliation in and through education;
  • Inclusive education: fostering self-advocacy;
  • The use of technology for student-centered education;
  • The “why” of education.

Our network of members and wide K-12 education community can look forward to emerging researchers contributing to:

  1. A lively one-hour podcast to highlight their unique perspectives;
  2. In-depth feature articles to delve deeper into emerging research;
  3. A live conversation where the audience challenges them to bring a practical lens to their research;
  4. On-theme podcast episodes from the voicEd Radio community to bring in more perspectives;

All will be easily accessible to members.