We hope to see you for the third session of Speaker’s Corner with Brian Stewart: Food Literacy.
Stewart’s guests will be: Founder and Executive Director of Green Thumbs Growing Kids, Sunday Harrison; Founder and Executive Director at Rainbow Plate, Janet Nezon; and Carolyn Webb, Network Coordinator at Ontario Edible Education Network at Sustain Ontario – The Alliance for Healthy Food and Farming.
We hope to see you for the second session of Speaker’s Corner with Brian Stewart: Outdoor School.
Stewart’s guests will be: David Hawker-Budlovsky, Toronto District School Board’s Centrally Assigned Principal of Outdoor Education, Equity, Well-Being and School Improvement; Cam Collyer, Senior Advisor at Evergreen; and VP of Global Sales & Marketing at Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds, John El-Raheb.
Stewart’s guests will be: Professor of Applied Psychology and Human Development at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Charles Pascal; Executive Director at People for Education, Annie Kidder; and Sue Winton, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at York University.
Speaker’s Corner with Brian Stewart will be hosted on the Zoom platform and registrants will be able to pose questions at the end of each program.
The Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation is happy to announce the return of our virtual series, Speaker’s Corner.
Our new host will be multi-award-winning journalist, Brian Stewart, formerly of the CBC. Our fall series will focus on trends in education. In each program, Stewart will engage with thought leaders whose expertise will inform us about issues, challenges and opportunities specific to elementary and high school students and their parents. All programs are free and will run on the Zoom platform Wednesdays at 7pm. Registrants will be able to ask questions at the end of each program. Register for our fall lineup below.
REGISTER HERE for the October 6th Session: Back to School in a Pandemic
Are you missing the dining out experience these days? Join writer and educator James Thompson as he shares his work in progress, Dining in Babylon: Toronto’s Lost Restaurants. Discover some of Toronto’s late great restaurants; from the days when people enjoyed a convivial and crowded dining experience. James describes their uniqueness, their contribution to our city’s cultural landscape, as well as reasons for their demise.
James Thompson has been teaching adults since 2006. He teaches courses on History, Art, Politics, and Toronto’s past at various Adult Education/continuing studies centres around the city. He has a History M.A. from Durham University, UK. He also has an Art History diploma from the Courtauld Institute in London. He also has his B.Ed. from OISE.
Join us at 7:00PM, following our Annual General Meeting, to listen in!REGISTER HERE.
To become a member or renew a membership with the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation, visit our Join Us page HERE.
Our last session of Speaker’s Corner is open for registration, and you won’t want to miss it!
Join Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Heritage Champion and former Mayor of Toronto, David Crombie, for a new educational series of virtual talks focused on heritage, city planning, community involvement, education and the future of Toronto. In each program, Crombie will engage with key players whose knowledge and expert perspective will inform us about current issues.
Join us on May 19th for the fourth session in the series: The Shape of Things to Come: Toronto Circa 2031.
Crombie’s guests will be urban planner and city builder Joe Berridge, Publisher and Creative Director at Spacing Toronto Matthew Blackett, and Marcy Burchfield, Vice President at the Economic Blueprint Institute.
Speaker’s Corner with David Crombie will be hosted on the Zoom platform and registrants will be able to pose questions at the end of each program.