Tech + Learner Autonomy: following up

Last spring I wrote a post about two teachers from the Western Quebec School Board who are doing great things in their classroom to help their learners develop autonomy.
(go read about that here: )

I shared their story with a number of people and everyone I spoke with wanted to learn more, so we had a conversation which became this video. In it, they talk about why and how they developed their online resources but more significantly, they share what these resources mean for their classrooms and, ultimately, their learners. They also talk about their own learning throughout the process. I encourage you to watch this video! Thank you so much to both Michelle and Julie for sharing their story!

The video forms part of a professional development tile on Motivation in PD Mosaic.

3 Replies to “Tech + Learner Autonomy: following up”

  1. This is a really great project. I’ve been wondering how to get my learning tools out of the school board site (hard to access from outside the school) and into an easily accessible source that doesn’t need to be paid for. I also enjoyed how you explained the modelling process, encouraging teachers to learn along with their students. For me, this has become one of the most exciting benefits of being a teacher. Learning everyday along with my adult learners. What great and inspiring work you have done. Thank you so much

    1. Hi Fran – Great to hear from you! I will let Julie and Michelle know to come by the blog to read it. They will really appreciate your feedback.

      Thanks for commenting!

  2. […] power of teacher voice for me and I am hopeful that videos such as Daniel’s story above (and Julie and Michelle’s story, here) hold proof of the power of teacher voice for each […]

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