TeachThought Podcast Ep. 69: Coming To Terms With The 21st Century Classroom

by TeachThought Staff

Welcome to episode 69 of the TeachThought Podcast

*Also published at TeachThought.com

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In this episode, educator Sam Nulf takes a look at the realities of the 21st century classroom.
Sam has been working in education since graduating from Queen’s University in 2003. He is a teacher and school Chairperson in the Toronto District School Board. Sam is the co-chair of The ICT Inquiry Committee and is an Inquiry Instructional Leader for Beginning Teachers in the TDSB. He has spoken domestically and internationally on Inquiry Instruction, and developed and published The Inquiry Framework Tool to assist teachers with implementing this innovative teaching practice.

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