Be Aware, Informed, Mindful
Taking Charge of Priorities
Rants, Ideas, and Some Debunking
Heather Plett and friends share wisdom about writing to inspire change.
Prezi referecing the VC, Saint-Michel en santé and Developmental evaluation
Report of the June 7 2011 Community Engagement Event
While communities are not neatly compartmentalized as we have them in this diagram, we found some general themes to clump together to deepen our understanding. For us, Village occurs when all these many communities join together.
Knowing who you are working with is the best way to prepare for a task force meeting, a conference, a collaborative project or any other working session with a group of people. Do some exploration to find how you can best turn a “group” into a “vibrant village!”
Have the book? If so, here is a collection of questions that will inspire dialogue and reflection for you or your group.
By Siri Agrell - Globe and Mail (June 30 2011)
In this piece published in the Globe and Mail the author considers communities across Canada and the significance of interaction, acceptance, green space and walkability. Through interviews with community leaders she examines the evolution of Canadian communities and what that means for their development and...
Resource: Ebook I Age: Primary/Junior
A resource for teachers to help build community within the classroom. This piece outlines strategies and provides situational examples for modelling that can be used to encourage the community spirit in primary age students.
In this seminar, Paul Born speaks with John Helliwell, a renowned economist who has gained an international reputation for his pioneering work in incorporating social concepts into economic theories of development and growth.