Homelessness has long been an interest of mine. I have volunteered in projects to meet the needs of homeless individuals in both North America and Africa. I admittedly find it distressing to see my neighbours living this way, thus when I found out about Medicine Hat, Alberta achieving functional zero with their homeless population, I wanted to learn how this was done.
Data collection methods and analysis strategies
Primarily, I want to know how functional zero could be achieved and then maintai
How do I put the 94 Calls to Action into practice in my own classrooms? (ie. How do apply them to the different subjects I teach?).
How do the 94 Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission apply to the work of school teachers in Canada?
How can we affirm that when we are being creative we are acting in the best interests of humanity?
What factors might mitigate the bias against creativity?
Am I really "profoundly disappointing" as an educator?
Does it matter what country teaching resources come from?
What does respectful discourse really look like?
Are we making ethical progress in Canadian education?