A post on the work of Jal Mehta

Equity work is a form of deep learning. It requires developing new dispositions and ways of working and thinking, imagining, and organizing. @kristagalleberg @Rodroad219 @sarahmfine @karen_brennan @kalebrashad @DrTraceyBenson @nancybgutierrez @ShaneSafir https://t.co/nV4ajmrSdi — Jal Mehta (@jal_mehta) June 8, 2021

Considering the Power of Story: Make Waffles, not Spagetti!

As LFBC has provided leadership in sharing effective examples of practice, The Power of Story has been a focus of our network sessions and virtual webinars.   We continue to search for expertise in this field.  The following has captured our … Continued

Street Data: Choosing the Margins: Shane Safir, Jamila Dugan

A GOOD READ THAT LEADS TO EXCELLENT CONVERSATIONS!   Dear Community, Since the release of Street Data, Jamila and I have been extremely humbled and excited by the outpouring of interest and support. We are floored that the book hit bestseller … Continued

The Learning Professional: Looking Ahead

LOOKING AHEAD FEBRUARY 2021 Amid crisis, there is opportunity that can galvanize change. This issue examines what educators have learned over the past year and how it can shape practice moving forward. It also includes a special section on nurturing … Continued

Leadership in Professional Learning: A Learning Forward BC Story

Leadership in Professional Learning: A LFBC Story   As Tom Guskey reminds us, the ultimate goal of professional learning is its impact on student growth and outcomes. LFBC is about providing networking opportunities. The intent of this year’s series of … Continued

Social Emotional Learning: Networking Opportunity

Learning Forward BC presents:   The Power of Story in Deep Cultures of Learning: BC Case Study Series, School District #44, and North Vancouver   Join this presentation and conversation that documents how creating teams for dialogue among community created  “the voice … Continued